XRP Pumped To $1, Ignoring SEC Lawsuit
Dana Sanchez, 07 April 2021
XRP, the currency that runs on the digital payment platform RippleNet, hit $1 on Tuesday morning EDT, becoming the fourth highest-valued cryptocurrency with a $45.5 billion market cap despite being sued by the U.S. agency that works against market manipulation.
After rising as high as $1.12, XRP was trading at $0.96 as of this writing, with a $43.567 billion market cap — still ranked at No. 4 by CoinMarketCap, before slipping down to fifth place after Tether. Continue reading “Article: XRP Pumped To $1, Ignoring SEC Lawsuit”
RIPPLE’S XRP BLASTS PAST SEC LAWSUIT FEARS TO HIT THREE-YEAR HIGH
YASHU GOLA, 06 April 2021
XRP bulls are back!
The Ripple blockchain’s native token, which got embroiled in a legal controversy with the US Securities and Exchange Commission over its alleged securities status — and which led to the delisting of its highly traded financial instruments across many US-based crypto exchanges, reached its highest levels in three years this week.
XRP’s price against the US dollar hit $0.948 on Tuesday, up 66.15 percent into April 2021. The token’s major upside move surfaced partly due to a rally across the cryptocurrency market and else due to anticipations that it would walk through the SEC lawsuit unharmed. Continue reading “Article: RIPPLE’S XRP BLASTS PAST SEC LAWSUIT FEARS TO HIT THREE-YEAR HIGH”