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    Ethereum price predictions from Twitter: Can an ETH price of $145 be the sign of an uptrend?

Ethereum Price Analysis from Twitter: From $145 to $200 and Higher? What’s the Chance of Ethereum Breaking Out?
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Ethereum is at the center of attention. There are a lot of things happening to ETH recently, but the best news is the uptrend which seems to have come. What do Twitter users think about it? Let’s trace the recent history of Ether and ETH price predictions in the latest tweets.

Starting from the middle of February, Ethereum began rising in price by 10%, step by step:

By February 21st, it has reached the $145 threshold. What’s going to happen next?

It’s not surprising that crypto traders remain skeptic after a long bear market. Most of them are still afraid of serious fluctuations. However, some are quite optimistic:

Many are sure that Ethereum is back on track:

Anyway, doesn’t it open new opportunities for investment?

What will accelerate Ethereum’s growth? There are a lot of changes to come, including the release of Constantinople, the overall market uptrend, and other aspects:

There’s a lot of fuss around Ethereum right now. For example, on February 21st, someone sold ETH for the highest fee in the history:

Samsung has integrated an Ethereum wallet into its new S10 phone, which seems to be a considerable step towards massive adoption of the cryptocurrency:

Yet, not all top players believe in Ethereum’s potential. Look at what’s happened recently:

Was Google right? Only time will show. We will continue watching Ethereum development trends.

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Ripple has once once again asked a federal court to dismiss the pending class-action lawsuit over selling illegal securities, a new court filing shows.

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The blockchain behemoth also continues to insist that XRP is not a security, but it called this issue "irrelevant" to their latest motion, which is why it didn't address this point in-depth. It's not the first time that Ripple tries to dodge the big question that is the cornerstone of the long-lasting legal battle. 

"XRP is not a security, but that is irrelevant for purposes of this motion. Even if XRP were a security, Plaintiff's claims still fail as a matter of law,” the filing said.   

Ripple's previous attempt to throw the suit out of the court didn't bode well. As reported by U.Today, Bradley Sostack, the leading plaintiff in the ongoing case, believes that the defendants are still liable for selling illegal securities. The parties are expected to duke it out in court in January 2020.  

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