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  1. In a Bequant interview, Ripple vice president of the customer, Marcus Treacher, the San Francisco-headquartered company, is trying to expand On-Demand Liquidity (ODL) platform to serve more corridors this year. https://azcoinnews.com/ripple-hoping-to-expand-on-demand-liquidity-corridors-by-opening-to-apac-and-emea.html
  2. It seems the XRP scammers are getting more and more tricky by not only operating on platforms like YouTube, Telegram, and Medium but also creating a fraudulent proposal. Even more surprisingly, this petition was written by Ripple’s CEO Brad Garlinghouse. https://azcoinnews.com/scammers-who-target-xrp-holders-have-reached-a-new-level-by-creating-a-fraudulent-petition.html
  3. XRP price has dropped by about 10% since the beginning of 2020. In particular, XRP has performed so relatively poorly that it has slid down a slot. Despite some bullish signals, even some cryptocurrency analysts believe that the XRP’s fate is set to change. And this comes from technical factors, suggesting an uptrend is possible. But not everyone is convinced. https://azcoinnews.com/xrp-price-fate-is-set-to-change-due-to-technical-factors-which-show-an-uptrend-is-possible.html
  4. The XRP investors community seems to be on the radar of hackers. In it, scammers are trying to steal XRP by using emails that impersonate Ripple company and advertise a dubbed Introducing Proof-of-Keys Ownership and Staking Event. The phishing emails were sent on June 26, coming from an email address called ripple@avana.asia. According to former XRP investor Tiffany Hayden, emails seem legitimate and can sometimes bypass the spam inbox and stay entirely in our mailbox. Moreover, the appeal of the scam is that it promises rewards for staking XRP. However, the XRP ledger does not support staking. As revealed by user Tiffany Hayden, someone fell into a trap and sent nearly 100,000 XRP to scammers. Source: https://azcoinnews.com/scammers-targetting-xrp-investors-with-convincing-email-promising-rewards-through-staking.html
  5. There is quite a lot of speculation about who is Satoshi Nakamoto in the cryptocurrency market. However, so far, this mysterious character has not appeared. Recently, a character that is most related to Satoshi has appeared, named David Schwartz – CTO of Ripple. Ripple CTO David Schwartz explains why he’s been slowly selling out his Bitcoin Schwartz was chosen by Crypto Twitter as the latest Satoshi Nakamoto candidate. However, he quickly countered. According to Schwartz, Satoshi Nakamoto is a group of people who created Bitcoin, not an individual. Because this process requires a lot of skill and hardship. At the same time, Schwartz acknowledged that it was reasonable to assume that he could be one of the people involved in creating Bitcoin. Even so, the harsh truth is that Schwartz only knew Bitcoin in 2011, while this cryptocurrency was launched in 2008. Meanwhile, Schwartz is still bullish on Bitcoin. According to him, governments will not be able to push prices down by banning Bitcoin. He has been slowly selling out his stash for years due to ‘the level of risk ‘associated with it. Source: https://azcoinnews.com/ripple-cto-david-schwartz-denying-his-involvement-in-bitcoin-creation.html
  6. Recently, Bitcoin or Ethereum transaction fees are skyrocketing to five times the reasonable amount, causing payment delays and raising the price of currency exchange between exchanges. During this time, an analysis from Xpring shows that users are gradually switching to XRP. https://azcoinnews.com/daily-transaction-fees-skyrocketed-to-five-times-on-bitcoin-and-ethereum-network-users-began-shifting-to-xrp.html
  7. In a recent tweet, Ripple, the San Francisco-based blockchain giant, once again alerts XRP holders about a seemingly convincing email scam to promote the fake giveaway. The phishing email shared by one of the community members seems indistinguishable from the company’s general information. https://azcoinnews.com/ripple-warns-xrp-holders-about-email-scam-promoting-the-fake-giveaway.html
  8. https://azcoinnews.com/messari-research-the-inflation-rate-of-xrp-supply-is-hundreds-of-percent-higher-than-that-of-bitcoin-or-ethereum.html
  9. https://azcoinnews.com/what-is-the-ripple-net-cloud.html
  10. https://azcoinnews.com/xrp-price-and-the-rest-of-the-cryptocurrency-market-begun-to-underperform-the-market-leader-yet-again.html
  11. https://azcoinnews.com/ripple-ceo-brad-garlinghouse-called-on-u-s-regulators-to-embrace-digital-currencies-to-compete-with-china.html
  12. https://azcoinnews.com/ripple-and-its-partner-moneygram-are-expanding-their-digital-currency-transfers-system.html
  13. https://azcoinnews.com/binance-options-lists-xrp-an-eth-contracts.html
  14. https://azcoinnews.com/ripple-cto-xrp-volatility-could-prevent-it-from-wide-use-while-usdt-can-be-a-universal-coin.html
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