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XRP deserves to be listed on Coinbase, says Ripple CEO

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We can all agree that Coinbase is certainly one of the most powerful exchange platforms in the cryptosphere. In fact, that is the main reason behind the wrestle of all the cryptocurrencies on the market for obtaining the recognition of the platform and the validation that comes with it. In this sense, one of the coins that have been fighting the most for its position on this platform is nothing less than Ripple (XRP), the third largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization of the industry.

Much has been said regarding would it be or not a possibility for the coin to appear listed on Coinbase, but the truth is many rumors were created around the fact, and as it seems, a great part of the traction the coin has been getting lately is because of it.

The addition of XRP by Coinbase still remains as “to do”. However, for the first time the CEO of the company, Brad Garlinghouse, emitted a public opinion on the issue, and as it appears, he thinks Coinbase definitely should add the XRP token to its lists. Let’s find out why he thinks so.

Garlinghouse declarations for the CB Insights’ Future of Fintech conference

Garlinghouse was interviewed by John Jeff Roberts at the CB Insights’ Future of Fintech conference held in New York. During the interview, he was asked about his thoughts on Coinbase and its likely interest in the token of the company he represents. Something he responded by mentioning the fact that Ripple is more than a token, it’s a solution for financial institutions in order to make transactions, easier, faster, and cheaper. He said:

“As we solve problems at scale for institutions, I think it’s in Coinbase’s interest to participate in that.”

Let’s recall Ripple is one of the main solutions for bank institutions around the world, many of which already use its products xCurrent, and xRapid in order to improve cross-border payments. This is certainly one of the factors behind the coin maintenance of its value throughout the time, which of course, the greater acceptance, the greater the value.

Nevertheless, the XRP token experienced a peek back in January that led the coin to the astonishing value of $4, and despite the great relationships the company has created around the world this was mainly attributed to the furor behind the rumors of the Coinbase listing, a fact that two months later the platform decided to elucidate by stating they will only list cryptos that are not classified as securities by regulators.

This fact surely is one of the things holding back the XRP token of being listed in American exchanges such as Coinbase, Circle, itBit, Square Cash app, or Robinhood. A lot of concern has been raised around XRP likelihood of being officially classified as a security since the token is not fully decentralized and a large part of the ownership of the coin belongs to the Ripple team itself.

Regarding this, Garlinghouse stated that there is no doubt that XRP is not a security since the public ledger exists independently of the token, and besides that, the way he considers it, owning something doesn’t mean you have control of it, a fact he sustained by saying that even when,

“Saudi Arabia owns a lot of oil—that doesn’t give them control of oil.”

He concluded by saying that he cannot predict what the next steps are going to be for the main exchanges in America, but as he thinks, many of them seem to be waiting for regulators to classify the token, which according to his appreciation, it’s nothing but a huge mistake.

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Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum, and Ripple On the Rise

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The recent development in the cryptocurrency industry is a rise in price for many of the core digital coins. We believe that the unexpected price hike is due to the renewed interest of the key players in the industry. Many investors, speculators, and traders are rushing into the number one cryptocurrency; Bitcoin like never before. Other altcoins such as Ethereum, Ripple, and Litecoin are not dormant either. The effect of the influx is the soaring prices of the digital coins within seven days.

The price of the crypto leading giant-Bitcoin has increased at 25.74 percent in one week. Ethereum also gained 18.76 percent increase in its price. Litecoin and Ripple also recorded some percentage increase in the tune of 53.20 percent and 16.12 percent respectively. It is no just these few popular coins that have gained in one week. From what we have gathered, 94 digital coins amongst the leading 100 cryptocurrencies are also experiencing the rise in price. This information is according to what TradingView published in April 2019.

According to them also, other cryptocurrencies gained in value while others declined. From their calculations, six digital currencies advanced while ninety-four was on the decline. Also, another information shows that the increase in Bitcoin price has reduced the value of other assets such as bonds and stocks.

The possible reason for the rally

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Crypto Market is Not Free from the Bearish Trend Yet

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Investors and traders are still speculating over the bullish trend that shook the market this past seven days. However, amidst the joy of the price hike in the industry, some people are still cautious. A crypto trader with the twitter handle of BTC_Macro is advising other players in his tweet to be careful. According to him, the bearish cryptocurrency market is not over yet.

In the tweet, the user admonished players in the market not to listen to the people saying that the bears have given up. It went further to say that Bitcoin may still plunge uncontrollably anytime even if it breaks the $6K mark. When this occurs the twitter user continues, any scenario may occur. The advice is that players in the crypto market should be on the neutral side. According to the user, it is not safe to be on the bullish side or the bearish side. Instead, players should be on their toes without bias.

How Trader reacts to price movements

Over time, it has become evident that many traders usually go against the market majority during bearish or bullish trends. Well, there is usually some logic backing up the reactions.

It is true that we have seen the longest bearish trend in the history of cryptocurrencies. Everybody who has a stake in the crypto market is expecting the day of the bull’s rise…

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The Interoperability Problem of Blockchain May Soon Be Over

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Crypto traders have certainly had a rough time since early 2018. The markets have tanked resulting in large losses for nearly everyone involved in the market. While that’s bad, what’s even worse is the fact that many projects have failed to deliver on their roadmap. Blockchain technology has been hailed as the next great advance in technology. And while many companies are making strides toward fully implementing blockchain-based technology, there is still a long way to go. As promising as blockchain technology is, there are still limitations that need to be addressed.

Limitations of Blockchain Networks

Although blockchain technology is certainly the future, the existing technology will need to be improved before it can go mainstream.  A few of the current limitations include:

  • Limited Scalability – Blockchain networks have consensus mechanisms that require each node to verify a transaction. This verification requirement slows down the network and limits the total number of transactions that can be processed.
  • Limited Usage – Each blockchain network was created with specific usage in mind. Because of the limited number of use-cases, each network eventually suffers from a never-ending loop of limited adoption. In the end, this causes low awareness.
  • Lack of Interoperability – At present, individual blockchain ecosystems are unable to communicate with each other. If a blockchain network attempts to retrieve information from an external (outside the “chain”) source, each node would have to…
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