The past few weeks (or months) have not been the best for the cryptocurrency investors as the prices were all on the downfall. However, in the past few days, things have seemed to get up again. Bitcoin is the giant coin and most investors for some time now have only been buying this digital coin.
Investors now thinking of getting into the market may consider several other crypto assets, and not only Bitcoin. Currently, bitcoin is trading at $8,700 (and that’ because of an overnight jump, it was $8,200 yesterday) from an initial high of $20,000. Assuming that bitcoin will regain the initial high again; any purchase now will get a return on investment of 140%.
That sounds great, right? But if everything stays as much constant that all crypto assets return to their original highs, then there for sure are some other cryptocurrencies that may have a greater ROI than bitcoin.
For instance, Ripple’s XRP at the moment is trading at $0.92 (hiked almost 20% just within last 24 hours) from its high of $3.30; therefore, it has the potential to provide investors a whole 300% return if it gets back to its original high. Everything is possible in the crypto market hence we can’t rule out any possibility of it happening and especially in case of Ripple that looks very much on the card.
In fact, it is very easy for Ripple as it is backed with great payment providers (well-known) as well as big-name banks. Ripple’s goal merely is making cross-border payments efficient for these banks and all the payment providers.
Ripple’s XRP reduces the movement cost for money transfers as it makes the whole process simple and faster. The time of money being stuck in accounts in different currencies is being reduced as it can be converted to XRP, and then sent to the recipient. Most banks and institutions are adopting the Ripple’s products, which is why it will get to its original high even sooner.
Furthermore, Ripple has signed partnerships with great players that include SBI Holdings, Santander, and LianLian International — these all three are mega players in their respective industries. Partnerships of this nature will for sure get Ripple more adopted and more familiar to the general public.
It goes without a say that recently reputable money transfer companies like Mercure FX, MoneyGram, Cuallix Mercadotecnia, and IDT Corporation tested Ripple’s rapid product. This is a good sign for XRP to get and do even better, in fact, several other financial institutions (more than 100) from payment providers to banks want to integrate Ripple’s blockchain solutions; Ripple XRP simply seems to be going viral.
Subsequently, as we head to mid-year, it only seems bullish for Ripple. But in case of failure, Ripple will cause a severe press to the entire crypto market; hence, a bad picture for the blockchain technology. And, as it looks now, what the future holds for the blockchain technology is for it to change the picture and shape of the world soon — like what the internet did.
With all that being said, Ripple is cheap, and for small account investors it is the best bet; therefore, it is all in favor of Ripple whereby bitcoin will more likely have a tough to keep up with XRP’s growth.
All that investors have to do is to be keen on their investment options as the market is getting up from the fiasco in the last few months. Ripple has got a big target market plus the opportunities already discussed that will let it grow, and as per now it only seems that the moon is the limit for this crypto.
In fact, it is all positive around the coin as well as the partnerships it is getting into proves not only the confidence institutions have towards it, but also shows that sooner Ripple XRP will hit its high and even beyond. Consequently, all powers are with the investors to make the right decision – and Ripple surely looks to be the horse they should put their bet on, of course, if they don’t want to regret later.
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