LinkedIn has a rather interesting list titled “The 50 hottest U.S. companies to work for”. Both Coinbase and Ripple were featured on this list. Now, these startups have subsequently disappeared from the top 10 catalogue. The duo declined by more than 20 ranks in the span of a year [Current class: Ripple- #28, Coinbase- #29].
Meanwhile, Gemini [run under the guidance of the Winklevoss twins] have also lost their standing in the aforementioned inventory. LinkedIn is known for its web of connectivity that brings together millions of job seekers alongside employers with similar goals.
On the other hand, Yoshitaka Kitao at FINSUM this year divulged that SBI shall be using XRP tokens for the purpose of remittances. This development will aid in the progression of SBI Holdings and Ripple as a greater number of Japanese men and women are introduced to the RippleNet and its many applications in the financial sector.
RippleNet claims to have over 200 banks included in their vastly expanding network. While a majority of them use xCurrent [which doesn’t require XRP tokens to complete transfers], some have promised to implement xRapid as their faith blossoms.
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Price still bouncing inside falling wedge
Grey ring support’s still resisting to bearish pressure
No closing above falling wedge
But no closing below grey ring !!!
We’ll know the winner by end of next week pic.twitter.com/tMN80HZbJ9
— Akwa Flow XRP (@FlowAkwa) September 7, 2019
Ripple’s pace of development is much greater compared to other alts, though the periodic dump needs to be stopped.
XRP is positioned at #3 in the market. The trading volume recorded is $1.049 billion, whereas the supply has 42,984,656,144 XRP coins in play. As of this instant, the total market cap of XRP is $11.290 which displays a slight improvement in comparison to the value achieved a day back. The price soared at a rate of 4.28% in the course of the past 24-hours; this brought XRP all the way to $0.262662 where it holds.