XRP is ranked at #3 in the market. The trading volume recorded stands at approximately $1.324 billion, while the supply has 43,298,481,757 XRP coins in play, which depicts an increase in comparison to the ones in circulation [as reported a few days ago]. The total market cap of XRP amounts to $11.897 billion for now. The price sunk at a rate of 0.2% in the course of the past 24-hours; this, in turn, caused the digital currency to drop all the way down to the $0.274774 mark where it currently holds.
It has come to our attention that multiple #YouTube channels claim to be the official #Ripple channel, saying they’re giving away huge amounts of #XRP. These channels are a scam – some even have YT’s verified checkmark. Please spread the news: https://t.co/lPPaXJsII7
— Weiss Crypto Ratings (@WeissCrypto) November 12, 2019
Marjan Delatinne is the head of banking at Ripple. Recently, she attended the Asia House Global Trade Dialogue which was held in Singapore this year. During the event, she spoke of how MoneyGram is spreading its wings to accommodate thousands residing in Mexico and Thailand, and the numbers keep surging. Marjan remains optimistic with regards to Ripple’s future growth, she holds the opinion that On-demand liquidity [ODL] brought about by xRapid is a key highlight that few can ignore. According to her, XRP operates as a “bridge currency” and is a revolutionary entity which shall transform money in the coming years.
By popular demand, the full Washington DC Fintech Week interview with @bgarlinghouse is up and posted. In the interview, Brad discusses use cases for XRP, the Libra White Paper, @Ripple‘s new Washington DC office–and navigating the regulatory unknown. https://t.co/jhN9MV57K5 pic.twitter.com/oA4uRo3Wve
— Chris Brummer (@ChrisBrummerDr) November 13, 2019
However, in spite of volumes growing, the asset itself continues to perform poorly in the market. Let’s hope and pray that a trend change is observed someday soon.