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I noticed a trend among various cryptocurrencies. It appears that those companies with a smaller circulating supply have shares that are worth much more. Bitcoin has only 16 million BTC in circulating supply but is worth $6100. XRP has an excess of 38 BILLION in circulating supply, and is worth only 20 cents per share. In relation to the law of supply and demand, it only makes sense that XRP is valued much less than it would be if there was a smaller circulating supply. Why doesn't XRP simply eliminate the billions of excess XRP to increase the value of its coin? How do they expect it to grow otherwise? ...and how is it the #3 cryptocurrency with such a small value of 20 cents/share? Somebody please enlighten me.