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Ripple [XRP] on its way to become the next Bitcoin, now ahead of Ethereum



Ripple [XRP] on its way to become the next Bitcoin, now ahead of Ethereum
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Ripple which is now at no. 02 yes you read it right it is now ahead of Ethereum in terms of market capitalization. At the time of writing, this post the market capitalization of Ripple is $26,077,245,976 and that of Ethereum is $23,395,982,279.

This seems that Ripple XRP is to the MOON. XRP increases by more than 78% within 24 hours. At the time of writing this post Ripple is trading at $0.655058 (78.14%) and Ethereum at $229.15 (8.22%). The 24 hours trading volume of Ripple is $3,108,162,014 while in the case of Ethereum is $2,358,875,495.

Following are the latest announcement made in favor of Ripple [XRP]

National Commercial Bank of Saudi Arabia joins RippleNet

As reported by Koinalert earlier that the National Commercial Bank (NCB) of Saudi Arabia joins RippleNet. NCB was the first bank that got established in the country. Now the bank is the leading financial institutions in the Middle East with over 5.4 million users across the world.

Also Read:- Our latest prediction and technical analysis on Ripple XRP

PNC Bank Joins RippleNet

The blockchain community has grown strong, as PNC Bank, one of the top ten banks of the United States of America, joins it. The PNC bank has joined the growing blockchain RippleNetby Ripple. Furthermore, It has become one of the 100+ financial institutions that have come onboard the RippleNet blockchain.

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RippleNet has extended its reach, ever since it has launched, and has been growing exponentially. Furthermore, RippleNet has gotten itself into 40+ countries on the six continents of the world with this move.

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Ashish is a cryptocurrency journalist who has been passionately involved in the bitcoin space since 2016. His interests lie in bitcoin security, open-source systems, network effects and the intersection between economics and cryptography.