Some exciting news for Verge (XVG) fans as Verge returns to Changelly today! Changelly announced that it was once again supporting XVG.
Verge Returns to Changelly
Back in April, Changelly removed Verge from its platform, in what the exchange said was due to technical issues with the XVG support. But now, Verge is back!
Verge $XVG is finally back on Changelly! Buy it now at the best rate to do nothing tonight 😉 @vergecurrency
— Changelly.com (@Changelly_team) May 16, 2018
Verge fans are hoping that this move will help the coin to regain its footing in the cryptocurrency market – to the moon!
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At the time of writing, Verge (XVG) has fallen down the chart and is currently the 28th largest cryptocurrency, with a market cap of $816 million. Currently, Verge (XVG) is selling for $0.054464, which puts the coin down 0.12% in the past 24 hours.
In the past month, XVG has fallen by 37.59%. Will being placed back on Changelly be enough to push Verge back up?
There are some doubts floating through the crypto community about the chances of Verge growing. With all the partnerships Verge has entered into recently, including one with Pornhub, the fact that Verge has dropped, rather than grown, has caused some skepticism that the coin will ever grow, even with Changelly’s returned support of the currency.
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Changelly supports over 100 cryptocurrencies other that the reappointed Verge. Other coins supported by Changelly include Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Litecoin (LTC), Ripple (XRP), Lisk (LSK), NEM (XEM), and many others.
What do you think? Will Changelly’s support of Verge (XVG) help the coin to grow now? Or do you think that Verge is destined to fall back into oblivion?
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