XRP Bulls Firm But Down 9.9%, Ripple Can Be A Micropayment Platform
XRP is down 9.9 percent
Recent findings could embolden the XRP Army repeated calls for coin adoption
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CoinGate is confirming that XRP is suitable for micropayments. Their latest research reveals that more people are procuring services and settling using XRP. However, that did not spur demand as XRP is struggling against unyielding sellers.
Ripple Price Analysis
Seven years later and Ripple is more than a platform. From what’s publicly available, XRP is increasingly serving as a medium of exchange. According to CoinGate, month over month, more people are paying for merchandise using XRP:
“We’ve been processing XRP payments for merchants since February. As you can see in the infographics below, the number of people buying stuff with XRP is increasing every month!”
Their finding is a resounding win for the XRP Army eager to see corporations accept the coin for micropayment. Already their drive for mainstream adoption thanks to XRP advantages over BTC and ETH in Skype. That’s because it is easy to make payments on-chain. A Skype employee fronted the proposal for Ripple’s incorporation in Skype’s messaging system. In one of the many votes and responses via Skype’s UseVoice, a supporter said:
“The age of Micropayments has come, and we need your support. The era of the Internet of Value is knocking at the door. My idea is to implement micropayments on Skype. Allow us to buy Skype Credits with XRPTipBot, allow us to send micropayments on Skype chat as well.”
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Like most crypto assets, Ripple (XRP) prices are improving and stabilizing. Even though bears are in charge, dropping 9.9 percent week-to-date, buyers are technically in charge. However, that largely depends on whether bulls can shore prices above 34 cents. The level did successful cap bulls in Q1 2019, and the resulting breakout in mid-May was enough to open the buy sluice gates.
Nonetheless, XRP is in a consolidation. From the daily chart, the zone between 34 cents and 40 cents is a strong support. Besides, it is the 50-61.8 percent Fibonacci retracement levels of May trade range. Therefore, if bulls build up on today’s reaction, XRP could as well surge above 50 cents as traders load up with targets at 60 cents and later 80 cents.
Confirming the uptrend of mid-May will be a wide-ranging bull bar closing above 50 cents. Propelling buyers and setting in motion the next wave of higher highs to 80 cents is that the breakout candlestick must be with high trading volumes exceeding 184 million of May 14.
Chart courtesy of Trading View. Image Courtesy of Shutterstock
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