Apple adds Ripple XRP in their native application tracking stocks and currencies. This will allow Apple users around the world to stay updated on the cryptocurrency.
Rate Ripple can be tracked in relation to a large number of Fiat currencies: US dollar, Euro [EUR], pounds [GBP] canadian dollar [CAD] Indian rupee [INR], Australian dollar [ AUD] Japanese yen [JPY], Russian ruble [RUB], Korean won [KRW] and the Chinese yuan [CNY]. There are also pairs with most popular cryptocurrencies: Ethereum [ETH] bitcoin [BTC]. Prices provides Nasdaq, and price relative to the U.S. dollar formed on the basis of data from Bitstamp.
Earlier this week, the cryptocurrency Tron, which is the Creator Justin San, was also integrated into the application. However, Ripple has the greatest number of pairs than any other cryptocurrency in the application.
Naturally, the investor community XRP was in awe of such news:
Apple has added XRP! Now all Apple users for a price of #XRP in their native app from Apple!
This event, however, had no effect on the price of XRP. The price of Ripple, as in most other cryptocurrencies, is experiencing a downtrend at the moment and is around 0.60 US dollar.