Crypto Insider's XRP (Ripple) news articles will keep you updated on the latest developments taking place in the life of the banker-friendly payment settlement-oriented coin.
XRP, which in recent years has been popularized on mainstream media by the likes of Ashton Kutcher and Ellen Degeneres, seems to also receive a lot of coverage on CNBC's "Fast Money".
Since its creation in 2012, XRP has constantly been one of the top 3 coins in terms of market capital, and several times has held the second position in this ranking (just below Bitcoin). Currently, XRP is listed on most cryptocurrency exchanges and has one of the lowest entry prices due to the large supply of 100 billion tokens (some of which get burnt to create scarcity).
More than 50% of the supply is being held by the creators, and a consistent amount gets released on the market every month in order to maintain accessibility. Nonetheless, the biggest controversy surrounding XRP regards its legal status and whether or not it may be classified as a security by the SEC. Cryptocurrency industry giants like Coinbase have trusted the asset by listing it until further notice, and it's likely that the situation will get clarified in the future.
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