Malaysia-based global cryptocurrency company Luno will be adding the Cardano (ADA) and Solana (SOL) cryptocurrency to its platform, further expanding its range of investible digital assets. This announcement follows Luno’s recent addition of Chainlink and Uniswap to its portfolio.
According to a statement from the company, users will be able to buy, sell, and store ADA from Sept 21st onwards, with SOL to be added to the platform from Oct 6th alongside its existing cryptocurrency offering.
Luno Country Manager Aaron Tang said that as big advocates of building for the long term, the company believe it’s important to give customers access to newer crypto applications that have a promising future.
“In a constantly evolving crypto landscape, we want to empower financial literacy amongst Malaysians by promoting a stronger understanding of digital assets and investment.”
“More importantly, we want our investors to be able to progress in their crypto journey with Luno with the peace of mind that comes with the rigorous security that customers rely on from Luno,” he said.
Regulated under the Securities Commission Malaysia, Luno offers Malaysians a safe and secured platform to start investing in cryptocurrencies. With this recent expansion, this brings the number of cryptocurrency offerings to nine.