Swell is Ripple’s annual conference held by the American technology company Ripple. First announced in August 2017, it’s an interactive conference that brings together the top figures in the digital currency and blockchain worlds. In 2020, the event will be held virtually on October 14 and 15.
The early XRP investor, Crypto Bitlord, remembered in the 70th edition of Going Parabolic the days before the all-time high of the Bitcoin price and spoke about his experience in identifying trends and crypt currencies with the potential to achieve exorbitant returns.
Crypto prices may be in a rut but that doesn’t mean product development and acquisitions cease to occur. This week Japanese financial firm SBI Holdings acquired a 100% stake in TaoTao cryptocurrency exchange.
A mixed start to the day was seen in the altcoin market with a spike in selling pressure observed in most digital assets in the afternoon session followed by some good gains. Tezos was seen consolidating in a symmetrical triangle pattern in the daily chart. While XRP and Algorand both were seen rising to their…
On Friday night, a major ruling in the class-action suit against Ripple came out and it was a clear victory for the San Francisco-based blockchain payments firm—a clean win on two of the three issues before the judge, plus a near-win on the third.
XRP and the aggregated altcoin market is currently caught within a consolidation phase as Bitcoin struggles to gain any decisive momentum. It does appear that these tokens are awaiting more directionality from BTC before they make any sizeable movements. This has, in turn, caused smaller altcoins to also fall into bouts of sideways trading.
Source: cryptostock- Pixabay The market for crypto-derivatives, e.g. Bitcoin, Ethereum, XRP and other cryptocurrencies has taken a severe hit. The UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has banned its trading for retail customers. In the official announcement, the regulator declared that the above products are “harmful” to consumers for 5 main reasons.