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Companies building on XRP exemplify effective leadership that is sometimes difficult for new crypto researchers to understand. In today's blog, I describe these leadership characteristics with some specific examples, and cover the latest XRP news as well. In the past few days, Ripple has released a new video about liquidity provisioning, a scientist from Coil mentions the schedule for the XRP Cobalt release, a survey reveals XRP Community's massive presence on Twitter, and a new crypto debit card adds support for XRP. I hope you enjoy today's blog! Feel free to share my
The momentum behind XRP and Ripple has quickly built into the size of a freight train. I make a good-faith attempt to cover all the news items of the last seven days, including The AMA (Ask Me Anything) session that David Schwartz held on Reddit. The other news items are extensive as well, including updates to xRapid customers, general Ripple technology adoption, and community updates. In addition, throw in two interviews with Ripple executives and you have a very busy week indeed. Hope you enjoy the read - please leave any feedback below. Also, feel free to share my blog with
Below is a little 'table' of factors often discussed here, and the possible correlation of each to changes in the price of XRP. Remember that correlation does not imply causation, meaning that while the price of XRP may move in tandem with a factor (or against it), the price movement may or may not be caused by that factor. Correlations measure the strength of a linear relationship between two variables. Qualitatively speaking, correlations between two variables can be negative if one moves up while the other one moves down (ex. sales volume and unit price), or positive if they move in