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Ripple’s XRP Loses $790 Million In Market Cap Amid Unfavorable Market Conditions

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XRPRecently, amid unfavorable cryptocurrency market conditions, Ripple’s XRP token has experienced a sustainable rally – but it then fell victim to persistent selling pressure on November 28th, losing around $790 million in value within a day.  According to CoinMarketcap‘s statistics, the current market cap of the seventh-ranked token is $19.15 billion, with a significant decrease […]

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