XRP (XRP) on Tuesday 27-Sep moved lower with -4.83% lower to 0.44570.
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Performance after Tuesday 27-Sep
Period Pct Chg Momentum
Tuesday -4.83% -0.0226
Week to-date -11.84% -0.0582
September 32.29% 0.1058

XRP Analysis

XRP (XRPUSDT) price for the week to-date dropped -11.84% or -0.0582 lower to 0.43350. At time of writing into Wednesday’s trading session, XRP has decreased by -8.54% over the past 24 hours. For the record, XRPUSDT is -87.25% below all-time high of 3.40000. On Tuesday, XRP dropped -4.83% to 0.44570.

On the daily timeframe, price is below 9-Day EMA and Stochastic oscillator is falling, our analysis is that there could be selling pressure as the outlook looks bearish.

For the month-to-date, XRP is up by 32.29% or 0.1058 higher.

What can we expect from XRP today?

Looking ahead for the day, immediate support level is at 0.42440 (S1) with break below could see further selling pressure towards 0.40310 (S2). For potential buyers, as the current momentum is falling, we prefer to look at firm break of the recent daily high of 0.48820 as an important indicator of buying interest. Failure to break the resistance level would continue to echo bearish sentiment. XRP need to break on either side to indicate a short-term bias. A close below 0.43500 would indicate selling pressure.

For the week to-date, take note that XRP is falling as the pair posted lower, down by -11.84%. Prior performance for the week ending 2022-09-25 was 37.50%.

Key levels to watch out:

R3 0.53080
R2 0.50950
R1 0.47760
Daily Pivot 0.45630
S1 0.42440
S2 0.40310
S3 0.37120

Last updated: 03:05 am UTC, 28-Sep 2022

About XRP

Ripple is the catchall name for the cryptocurrency platform, the transactional protocol for which is actually XRP, in the same fashion as Ethereum is the name for the platform that facilitates trades in Ether. Like other cryptocurrencies, Ripple is built atop the idea of a distributed ledger network which requires various parties to participate in validating transactions, rather than any singular centralized authority. That facilitates transactions all over the world, and transfer fees are far cheaper than the likes of bitcoin. Unlike other cryptocurrencies, XRP transfers are effectively immediate, requiring no typical confirmation time.Ripple was originally founded by a single company, Ripple Labs, and continues to be backed by it, rather than the larger network of developers that continue bitcoin’s development. It also doesn’t have a fluctuating amount of its currency in existence. Where bitcoin has a continually growing pool with an eventual maximum, and Ethereum theoretically has no limit, Ripple was created with all of its 100 billion XRP tokens right out of the gate. That number is maintained with no mining and most of the tokens are owned and held by Ripple Labs itself — around 60 billion at the latest count.Even at the recently reduced value of around half a dollar per XRP, that means Ripple Labs is currently sitting on around $20 billion worth of the cryptocurrency (note: Ripple’s price crashed hard recently, and may be worth far less than $60 billion by time you read this). It holds 55 billion XRP in an escrow account, which allows it to sell up to a billion per month if it so chooses in order to fund new projects and acquisitions. Selling such an amount would likely have a drastic effect on the cryptocurrency’s value, and isn’t something Ripple Labs plans to do anytime soon.In actuality, Ripple Labs is looking to leverage the technology behind XRP to allow for faster banking transactions around the world. While Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are built on the idea of separating financial transactions from the financial organizations of traditional currencies, Ripple is almost the opposite in every sense.XRP by Ripple price can be found on this page alongside the market capitalization and additional stats.

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