The XRP has been chosen as a festive gift by the majority compared to Bitcoin (BTC) and Monero (XMR)
Globee, a cryptocurrency services company that helps merchants to adopt cryptocurrency, has led to poll to understand which is the favorite cryptocurrency for gifts.
The clear winner of the survey was Ripple (XRP), with 50% of votes in favor of fast and economic cryptocurrency. It was followed by Bitcoin (BTC) with 37% while Monero (XMR) had only 9% of preference. Among the options, 4% voted for none of the options.
The XRP was voted as it was seen that the favorite is developing as a faster and more efficient cryptocurrency, while BTC, on the other hand, has become slow due to scalability problems and has increased to regarding transaction costs. The XMR that uses the privacy transactions, so that the traceability of payments to and from users can not be traced, has not been entirely favored.
A lot of people voted with the final total count with 14.618 votes. It has been noted that many users have commented in the Twitter poll asking why Dash (DASH) was not included. He suggests that Dash is growing with interest.
Take of Blockmanity
Ripple had a phenomenal 2018, in terms of business developments and technological advances. One of the most important results was the overtaking of Ethereum during the November-December downtrend markets to be classified as the second best cryptocurrency related to market capitalization. The XRP continues in the second position.
The only question of doubt about the XRP remains that it is determined as security by the SEC. The importance of the decision has maintained important exchanges like Coinbase pending the decision to quote XRP. Second to Binance's successful founder, Binance XRP's founder of Changpeng Zhao is not a security.
Starting now with the start of the holiday week, the encrypted markets appear to be on the upside. XRP at the time of writing is in green in a price of $ 0.367916 and a market capitalization of $ 15.008,817.236.
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