Although cryptocurrencies are on very long losing streak, a rapidly expanding fintech company Robinhood Markets Inc. does not turn off  a strong customers’ request to expand the list of trading crypto assets beyond the current options of Bitcoin and Ethereum.
As previously reported by Coinspeaker, the platform has added no-fee trading of the two biggest and best-known cryptocurrencies in February, soon after Bitcoin price had skyrocketed to nearly $20,000. Notably since that time, Bitcoin has lost almost 65 percent of its value and now is trading for around $6,188 according to

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