Ripple Price could touch $16 by Year End

Ripple Price in 2018: The cryptocurrency analysts claims that Ripple price could reach $16 per coin by the end of 2018. Samson Williams, CSO of SeedUps predicts Ripple will be sold for $16 by December. The Ripple earlier reached $3 per coin before the cryptocurrency crash. Many claims that it may give a return of 540%, that is $6 by the end of the year.

Although Ripple is not a real cryptocurrency, this is under the bank and the ripple protocol is used by many banks which will give a natural bump to the coin in 2018. Still, experts claim that Ripple may be listed on the Coinbase in the next few months. According to the latest Ripple news, If it gets listed, the price of the Ripple will explode and the sky is the limit. If not, it will be in the range of $0.80 to $1.50 for the next couple months.

Ripple Price

News of Ripple partnerships is emerging on an almost weekly basis now, which can only be good for the company and the cryptocurrency. The biggest in recent weeks was the testing of xRapid, which uses XRP, by one of the world’s largest payments companies, Western Union.

Ripple has been on the move for a while now, however, it only really saw major action during the big upswing when it shot from $0.25 to $3.8 in just three weeks. Since then it has been largely in decline falling back to below a dollar where it currently trades. Looking at the long-term chart paints a brighter picture, XRP gained an astronomical 14,000% since this time last year rising from $0.0065 in March 2017 to $0.92 today, outperforming Bitcoin several times over.

With partners being added on a weekly basis it is one of the few crypto companies with a viable, real-world, operating product and over a hundred financial institutions and firms currently using it. Love it or hate it, if the predictions are even close, Ripple has a long way to go and the direction is up.

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