Ripple XRP: It’s ALL Planned! You Have NO Idea For XRP’s Future! (INSANE News!)

Guys, today I have excellent news regarding
XRP that could potentially drive this coin to the moon. XRP has now introduced Mastercard and Debit
cards into their system. Yes, guys! This coin makes leaps to ensure its customers
get the best services from the crypto and fiat world. Today, we'll be discussing that and so much
more. So, let's roll that intro.

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to business. An article published on medium.com went on
to highlight the steps that Ripple and XRP are taking. The article reads,
'We're thrilled to announce the launch of the XRP Mastercard® Debit Card! As part of the GlobaliD vision, we believe
that everyone has a right to not only an identity but also a wallet tied to that identity.

With that wallet, they should be able to hold,
trade, and spend money and assets of any kind. In essence, it's about giving everyone a seat
at the table. The XRP Card takes that one step further,
allowing users to spend fiat, crypto, or any other digital asset from their GlobaliD Wallet,
powered by Uphold, anywhere Mastercard is accepted — all while earning up to 5% cash
back in XRP rewards. The XRP Card is also the first ever community-linked
debit card of its kind — it's available exclusively to members of the XRP Army Group
on GlobaliD. The longer term vision is to empower any community
with the tools to quickly and conveniently issue their own community debit cards to their
members, each with their own unique set of traits and rewards programs. (For now, the card is only available to U.S.
residents, but we're working hard on international expansion. Residents of Colorado, Hawaii, Louisiana,
Nevada, New York, and Virginia are not eligible for the program at this time.) All of this is made possible by GlobaliD's
Sovereignty Stack — composed of self-sovereign identity, messaging and groups, and the wallet
— what we see as the core building blocks for the next chapter of the internet.

It's one reason why we were able to create
the XRP Card in just five months from conception to initial launch. We also couldn't have done it without our
ecosystem of partners — including Uphold, which powers the GlobaliD Wallet, and Apto,
whose instant issuance program underpins the XRP Card. We caught up with two of the team leads on
the XRP Card project at GlobaliD — Paul Stavropoulos and Laura Toh — to chat about
the launch, the XRP Card program, and the long-term vision.' This card is the first-ever community-linked
card of its card in the crypto world.

And now, the community will also have a chance
to create their own cards. That will completely change the game. Ripple and XRP allowing its team of elites
to create their own cards create more leverage for this crypto company to make fruitful partnerships. 'The vision for GlobaliD is for everyone to
have an identity that allows them to trust and be trusted online — similar to real
life. For your digital identity to be worthwhile,
you need to be able to do something with it. Our theory is that community (and Groups)
is the best way of creating incentives for people to kickstart that approach, where the
starting point for your identity is to be able to start interacting with other people.

Nobody gets a driver's license for the sake
of having a license. You get it because it allows you to do things
— whether that's driving a car or getting into a bar. For us, building communities is a way to make
these identities valuable today. When you get your XRP Card, you're not just
getting a way to pay for things, you're joining a community of like-minded people, who you
can trust, interact with, and potentially further down the line, take collective action
either socially or financially.' That was the comment by Laura. XRP happens to be one of the few cryptos with
excellent real-life usage. That makes this coin virtually unstoppable
and will likely push the coin to new heights. Ripple's Twitter handle shared a video highlighting
some of the improvements Ripple Net will have to go through. They are planning to update the system so
they can make it more suitable for NFTs.

In particular, the company might be working
on the XRP ledger so that more creative designers can create as many creative ideas as possible. That will potentially make Ripple Ledger more
scalable. Guys, I can't stress this enough. XRP is headed to the moon and soon. We are likely to witness the greatest price
jump of all time, and that's all thanks to the work that Ripple is doing
There's also another tweet that showcases what the congress has been discussing about
SWIFT. The tweet says,
'Congress is being made aware of National Security Issues about SWIFT Payment Network
1. Cost
2. Speed
3. Vulnerable to Cyberattacks
4. Lack of Interoperability with new systems
#Ripplnet named as alternative with a few others
#xrp #XRPCommunity #Ripple #blockchain’ Pictures with details about the discussion
also accompanied the tweet. A range of private-sector entities, including
financial technology (fintech) startups, long- established financial institutions, and social
media companies, among others, aims to decrease frictions in cross-border payments, primarily
by using blockchain technology to increase security and transparency while decreasing
costs and processing time of cross-border payments.

Ripple, a California-based fintech company,
for example, operates a blockchain-based payments network called RippleNet. Ripple claims "hundreds of financial institutions"
in over 55 countries are connected to its network and its network facilitates cross-border
payments faster and cheaper than legacy systems.33 Its network offers both financial messaging
and clearing and settlement services. RippleNet's messaging system uses a decentralized
network so that all users are on one platform allowing for "bidirectional messaging" and
higher transparency. This allows end-users to track payment movements
while decreasing costs and time for settlement. Ripple's market share in the cross-border
payments market is unclear, but it has stated that its network processed almost three million
transactions in 2020, nearly five times the amount in 2019.34 Another new payment network
that uses blockchain technology is J.P.

Morgan's Liink. In 2017, J.P. Morgan launched the Interbank
Information Network (IIN), rebranded as Liink in October 2020,35 as a real-time information
sharing system supported by blockchain technology. J.P. Morgan claims the network has more than
400 financial institutions. 36 Cross-border payments facilitated through
networks like RippleNet and Link serve as an alternative to SWIFT. Wide-scale adoption of digital currencies
could also diminish the need for financial messaging systems.

Over the past decade, the private sector has
developed thousands of cryptocurrencies. SWIFT introduced a central platform and messaging
standards for cross-border payments that previously did not exist and, as a result, increased
the speed and efficiency and lowered the cost compared to the old Telex system. However, stakeholders have raised concerns
and issues regarding SWIFT, including the cost and speed of cross-border payments, which
are lagging behind domestic payments, as well as cybersecurity.' From what you've heard, SWIFT has a lot to
do to ensure it can compete with RippleNet. Even though the system has effectively worked
for the last century or so, I believe it's time we all move to the new system, that is,
RippleNet. The fact that Ripple runs on a decentralized
network ensures its free from cyberattacks. More importantly, companies using this network
typically don't have to worry about domestic fees. That's because the cross-border system works
seamlessly with the current global network and doesn't have any hidden fees.

Additionally, the cost of implementing RippleNet
is far lower than what is being used to maintain and operate SWIFT. Congress will finally conclude that we all
did; Ripple is the future for cross-border payments. If it was not for the current case with the
SEC, Ripple could be virtually unstoppable. But here's the funniest thing about the current
case; this lawsuit is working in favor of Ripple's publicity. Yes, that's right! That's because all eyes are on this crypto. Before the SEC lawsuit, most people didn't
know a lot about Ripple. As a matter of fact, the most hailed crypto
at the time was Bitcoin only. Now, even newbies want a piece of XRP in their
portfolio. We can all agree the market cap of this coin
grew exponentially after the lawsuit was launched. That's because everyone was and still is confident
that this coin will rise from the ashes like a phoenix.

And they are right to think so. With that in mind, let’s take a look at
the technical analysis. Now we are looking XRP with daily perspective. Take a look at the 2017 fractal and the triangle
formation it formed compared to the current market cycle. Triangle pattern, fractals, and fib extensions
all lineup. Not to mention that if you line up the fractal
with the top of the current bull cycle, which is around 1.95$, that fractal points to an
ATH in the second half of Q4.

Again, just like in 2017. Too many coincidences at once if you ask me… And now we are looking at BTC’s analysis. Consider first the daily chart , where Bitcoin
is in the process of forming a bullish outside candle. It’s also holding the 21-day EMA and trying
to break the 100-day SMA. The 100-day SMA is potentially important because
it helped mark the uptrend last year (especially in September and October). In addition, MACD has been steadily rising
on the daily chart. Next, the 4-hour chart. Notice how the 50-, 100- and 200-period SMAs
are rising – unlike the June-July period. The last time all three of these turned positive
was early October, when Bitcoin was around $11,300. Finally, the weekly chart’s stochastics
have been mired in oversold territory. Historically, this has marked a bottom for
prices. For example, in late 2018 and early 2019. It also marked a near-term bottom in October
2019. Please keep in mind, We are not a licensed
financial advisor.

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