XRP, the second largest cryptocurrency in the market, has had its ups and downs in recent months. With the value of cryptocurrency falling below the 30 cents market, XRP has seen its user base go a long way.
On a positive note for cryptocurrency, a recent survey shows that since 2012 XRP has collected some surprising records. The survey says that in the last 6 years, a total of $ 1 trillion has been transferred in the form of XRP. On its merit, 900 million XRP transactions were carried out on the XRP register.
The information from "data.ripple.com" also indicates that 43 million master books were closed on the XRP register. Posting this revelation, Gwier was rather buzzing with the XRP chatter as shown by Aaron, a user who commented:
"Impressive! And to think that things have not really started yet."
The revelation also sparked a virtual fight between members of the cryptographic sphere, mainly Eb Falls, a Twitter user and Tiffany Hayden, a popular supporter of XRP. Eb Falls had declared:
"I'm having trouble understanding what XRP does."
To which, Tiffany Hayden replied:
"$ XRP can do any other crypt it can do, but it can do it faster and cheaper. Are you wondering what it is @Ripple, in particular, is positioning XRP for?"
XRP was boosted when Binance, the world's largest cryptocurrency swap, announced plans to list XRP / USDC trading pairs, Bitcoin [BTC]/ USDC, Binance currency [BNB]/ USDC, Ethereum [ETH]/ USDC, EOS / USDC on December 15, 2018 at 03:00 UTC.
The blog also stated:
"Current USDC / BNB and USDC / BTC trading pairs will be removed and removed from the list at 12/18/12/16 at 3:00 am (UTC) .All currently all orders in each order portfolio will be canceled."
The increased popularity of XRP was also highlighted by CoinField's latest plans for the launch of a XRP-based Stellar Lumens pair called XLM / XRP. Publish the news, Lapinette, a Twitter user said:
"I'm really good, I'm not Canadian but I'm an XRP holder so I'm so proud of you! I really hope others like @binance @BittrexExchange @Bitstamp @eToro … will follow your example!
Nick, another Twitter user asked:
"Because we keep exchanging all these things on exchanges instead of spending them .."
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