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Ripple’s XRP Suddenly Surges Five Percent, Leading Crypto Market’s Modest Rally

  • Alex Dovbnya
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    The price of XRP has spiked by five percent, reaching its highest level since Aug. 26 

Ripple’s XRP Suddenly Surges Five Percent, Leading Crypto Market’s Modest Rally
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XRP, the native token of San Francisco-based crypto behemoth Ripple, is up by approximately five percent over the last 24 hours. The token, which has become a subject of controversy as of recently, posted a huge green candle at 12:00 UTC that pushed its price to $0.273.

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Meanwhile, Ethereum has finally surged above the $200 mark after enduring a brutal sell-off. Its price has posting green updates since the much-talked-about Ethereal Summit in Tel Aviv.

Bitcoin, on the other hand, remains dormant with its price hovering above the $10,000 level. As a result, the crypto king’s dominance has dipped to 68.8 percent.   

However, given that its descending triangle is inching closer to a resolution, there is a good reason to believe that it will make a decisive move in the upcoming days.

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TRX Price Goes Green as the Number of Registered Tron Accounts Hits 3.8 Mln

  • Yuri Molchan
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    Tron’s TRX was the second highest-growing asset earlier today, as number of accounts on the network got over 3.8 mln

TRX Price Goes Green as the Number of Registered Tron Accounts Hits 3.8 Mln
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Justin Sun-founded Tron has reached another big milestone, this time it concerns the number of active accounts on the network.

From a recent tweet of a Tron community member, it is clear that the number of accounts registered on Tron now totals more than 3.8 mln – 3,803.403 as per the offered screenshot.

As per the Tron’s market stance, TRX has so far managed to hold on to position #11 on CoinMarketCap, where it has recently returned after spending quite a long while on spot #14.

Earlier today, Tron showed the second best price performance on the top 11 list, coming second after XRP.

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At press-time, TRX is sitting at $0.0165, showing a mild rise by 1.75 percent. As reported by U.Today earlier, this morning, the coin demonstrated a spike by 4.32 percent.

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As well as getting back to position #11 on CoinMarketCap, recently, Tron celebrated 500,000 new users joining the network. Another recent milestone reported by Justin Sun was the significant progress with users transferring their USDT coins to the Tron chain.

 

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