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XRP will soon try to breach the $0.4 point; hacker from Australia tried for her role in siphoning off XRP

XRP is ranked at #3, beneath Bitcoin and Ethereum but above Bitcoin Cash on coinmarketcap. The price rose at a rate of 1.28% in the course of the past 24-hours. The trading volume recorded is $965.616 million, whereas the supply has 42,909,539,227 XRP coins in play. At present, The total market cap of XRP is $11.765 billion. As of this moment, XRP is priced at $0.274197.

Katherine Nguyen, an Australian has admitted her guilt of being complacent in stealing thousands of XRP tokens worth $450,000 last year. This attack was carried out in January. The lady had broken into the account [linked to the email] of a guy with whom she shares her last name and then took off with his whole storage involving XRP tokens.

The cops had a drawn-out chase that lasted for almost a year before they were finally able to track her down. Katherine has decided to go ahead with a “Guilty” plea and will be spending some time behind bars. A hearing will be convened in October this year which will focus on her sentencing and clearing up doubts regarding the case.

A bill is being circulated, and the Government has received a ton of flak for it. The Bill is meant to restrict cash transactions that exceed the 10,000 AUD level. More than 7,000 citizens of the country have signed a petition which was created in order to oppose the bill.

Even though the Ichimoku Cloud has been red since the end of July [for the XRP/USD chart on tradingview], bullish divergence was noted after 19th of August. The daily RSI stands at 41.37 for now. The MACD line is also above the signal line, ensuring that the histogram is green. All these indicators point to a possible trend reversal in the near future.

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