This is exactly the kind of out of the blue that scares me into crypto. For a price of 20 cents, I am referring to a price that is represented by this price action:

Ripple 2015-2017 chart.

While the graph above shows the current price of 20 cents, the graph is of course from the beginning of Ripple’s success (2017) rather than its demise (roughly right now). Newer price promotions that close the circle to the 20 cent level look like this:

Ripple diagram.

This, of course, hides the real flesh of the story: $ XRP lost about 97% of its value from its high in early 2018, a time when Ripple’s founder was richer on paper than Mark Zuckerberg. Just rest that Zuck has secured a rightful place for himself again.

I just wonder if in the future some government edict or act would not forbid the same effect on people like or the sky. Let’s face it, Ripple was relatively big on the alt-coin scene, and all it took was a weakened SEC press release to torpedo XRP.

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