How to Buy Ripple (XRP) in India?

Buy Ripple in India: Ripple (XRP) coin is mooning since the beginning of this December. Since the coin has a real use case in the financial sector and there was much news about more bank investing in Ripple technology due to the faster transaction and low fees, the price started raising and the coin ultimately got every investors attention. The coin is at the moment available in almost all the popular trading portal.

In India, ripple coin (aka) XRP coin can be bought in two ways. Via Binance or Koinex, it is possible. If you are comfortable with BTC transactions, then you can go with Binance trading portal. If you are comfortable with INR transactions using net banking, you can go with the koinex portal.

Buy Ripple in India

How to Buy Ripple in India

  • Visit Koinex trading portal.
  • Click on the signup button and fill out all the details.
  • Enter your bank details.
  • Upload your PAN, Aadhaar card details for KYC verification.
  • The account will be verified in a day and now you can transfer funds from your bank account to Koinex and start purchasing the coin.

Buy Ripple In India

As of December end, the coin already crossed around Rs.75, it went high up to Rs.100 INR. So it is not all-time high price and you can invest in this technology as this is the right time to get into this coin. We also recommend you to do your own research before investing in any coin.

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    1. HI Rohit, If you want to buy from any other exchange, you need to buy BTC and transfer BTC to that exchange which costs a transfer fee. At the end, you will see you have bought it for the same price. So Koinex is a good option here.

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