“I can’t say the XRP army is strong.” More praise for Ripple – Finances and Financing

XRP is a much discussed cryptocurrency. There has been remarkable progress over the past year, which has caught many observers. Changpeng Zhao, CEO of Binance, is the latest standout crypto figure it praises.

One thing is certain: Ripple has received a lot of attention in the past few months. Big players like American Express have highlighted the speed of XRP transactions. At the same time, RippleNet has added 13 new financial institutions to its user list.

Changpeng Zhao, who still strongly believes in crypto, also discovered the XRP bug. First, he tweeted again a post from @XRPcryptonation stating that it is possible to buy XRP, which was added to Binance in December, now with a credit card.

XRP purchase with credit card is now working. Slowly but surely. https://t.co/vm3bA5rv8o

– CZ Binance (@cz_binance), February 12, 2019

Then he added a line of his own:

I can’t argue, the XRP army is strong.

– CZ Binance (@cz_binance), February 13, 2019

The tweet received a lot of likes. It’s also noteworthy that it comes right after an official announcement that Binance will allow users to buy crypto using credit cards.

Community is crucial

Changpeng Zhao’s praise is another indicator that XRP has employed the strategy of attracting a powerful community. The latter is extremely important in the crypto world as it acts as a lever to popularize coins. Tron, for example, has great support from its community, who asked Bakkt to list it in the upcoming exchange.

Electroneum is another great example of how a coin can attract enthusiasts despite a low market price. AltcoinBuzz recently released a review of ETN, the fastest growing cryptocurrency to date.

Hence, XRP is fortunate to have such an active community and extremely loyal employees. This is because Ripple received the title of dream employer back in 2018. According to a study by Great Place Work, 99% of employees are proud to work for Ripple, while 98% describe the environment as one that presents them with opportunities and challenges.

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