According to Coindesk, London-based crypto-friendly financial technology company Revolut has added support for Stellar (XLM). Users can now trade XLM on this platform. Revolut currently supports six cryptocurrencies including BTC, ETH, LTC, XRP, BCH and XLM. Chain Wen previously reported that in April this year, Revolut announced the opening of cryptocurrency services for all ordinary users, opening up cryptocurrency accounts and transactions for ordinary users at a fixed fee of 1.5% (the service will increase to 2.5 for ordinary users in May %), the service was originally limited to advanced users and Metal card users. Revolut began to provide users with ownership of the financial value of the cryptocurrency purchased on Revolut on the 27th of this month. This means that Revolut will retain this right on behalf of the user, but the user has a beneficial right. In addition, this month, Revolut cooperated with Paxos, which is licensed under the New York Trust License, to launch a compliant encryption service in the United States.