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XRP Is Reportedly Facing A Pivotal Moment: Investment Vs. Price

XRP did not have a spectacular year price-wise, with the price of the digital asset lagging most of 2019.

But Ripple‘s Brad Garlinghouse said more than once that there are more important things to be taken into consideration besides the price of a digital asset such as use cases, adoption, and the underlying technology.

It’s been revealed that a trader who made headlines for betting an early retirement on XRP said that the crypto could fall as low as $017-$0.18 in the short term.

A bearish scenario for XRP

Eric Choe who ranked first in Texas in the CME’s Group’s annual trading competition in 2016 said back in July that after paying off his debts and saving for emergencies and some real estate he had eventually decided to go all-in on XRP, according to the latest reports coming from the Daily Hodl.

At the moment of writing this article, XRP is trading in the red, and the coin is priced at $0.217766.

Here’s the tweet that he posted:

https://twitter.com/CryptoChoe/status/1204280901963616257

Positive feedback

Choe got some positive feedback after the tweet, but most community members also highlighted the fact that we should not be worried about the price of XRP so much.

Someone said: “I’d like to think it’s going to change direction for the better, but 17c is looking more likely each day. It’s still the wild west, so maybe we’ll get lucky.”

Another Twitter user posted this: “There is room for a reversal down till 0.12695. That’s where if it closes below, then it’s an ugly scenario. That’s where the kill zone ends.”

One follower noted the following: “Forget the chart technicals and think about how many people are lining up to invest in XRP. Exactly.”

And another person said that “XRP isn’t a get rich quick, it’s a long term hold and in 5 years we will be laughing all the way to the bank.”

In other news, the issue of whether XRP is a security or not is still going on, with Ripple defending the digital asset.


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