Ripple (XRP) Makes Listing On Coinbase A Do Or Die Affair.
Despite all the hype that surrounds Ripple and the fact that it fronts major cross border transactions across the world, the world’s third largest cryptocurrency still finds a matter as a clog in the wheel of its success.
As much as crypto lovers are yearning and clamoring for the listing of the cryptocurrency which is a guru cross border transactions, their bellow is just a tip of iceberg when compared to the company’s.
Even if not told, it is glaring to the world that if the cryptocurrency is added to the exchange platform, it will surely add feathers to the cap of the altcoin. While the demand from users and enthusiast continues to grow, a recent rumor that the altcoin was listed on Coinbase surged its value upward to an unimaginable point amid series of turbulence fisticuffing the crypto industry.
Also, when the exchange platform added Bitcoin Cash, it reflected in the value, soaring it to over 30 percent (from $2,800 to $3,800 per coin.)
Lastly, the unending tentacles which Ripple which has been able to acquire overtime has only brought it to limelight amid financial institutions and industries, while it is still lagging behind in everyday use as it is yet to be added to major platforms like Coinbase, Gemini among others. Evident of why Litecoin was rated more popular above the altcoin in a recent survey amongst 1000 Americans.
In the latest report released by Bloomberg, the cryptocurrency is not crossing its alms to continue glare the situation without removing the clog.
As two top U.S. cryptocurrency exchanges, Coinbase and Gemini continues to dash the hope of the cryptocurrency and its enthusiast, the San Francisco-based company, according to Bloomberg, has made a step forward by offering the two company dough in exchange for getting listed.
Bloomberg also mentioned that Ripple executive officer enquired if $1 million payment could make Gemini add XRP, while similarly, the cryptocurrency in a previous talks with Coinbase last fall, displayed keenness and wiliness to loan over $100 million worth of XRP to the exchange so that users can trade the asset.
In a move to confirm the information, Bloomberg added that Emmalee Kremer, Ripple’s spokeswoman said some of the info was not right. “Regardless, Ripple has always been transparent about our focus on building and growing a strong XRP ecosystem,” she said.
“We want XRP to be the most liquid digital asset possible to enable faster, cheaper global payments.”