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Ripple (XRP) Is Approaching the $0.27 Support Zone. How Low Might XRP Slump?

Ripple (XRP) Is Approaching the $0.27 Support Zone. How Low Might XRP Slump?
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The recent months have been nothing but disappointment for XRP traders, especially long-term hodlers. While Bitcoin and other altcoins have made a glorious path to new heights, XRP managed to crawl to $0.45 level and got back. Recently, it has even fell below $0.30 - a bad sign for traders. So, what to expect from XRP price next? Let’s check out Twitter users’ XRP price forecasts and their opinions. 

When innovations are hopeless

A lot of traders have been waiting for new technological advanced introduced by Ripple labs - it would make XRP price people thought. However, surprisingly, XRP did not grow - it went the opposite direction. This is what makes Twitter user say ‘RIP Ripple’.

Take a look at their predictions and moods:

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Dreamers stay dreamers

However, some users continue claiming that Ripple is able of reaching new heights. Here’s what some of them think:

A more possible scenario:

But what if Ripple is NOT supposed to be expensive? Take a look at this opinion:

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Indeed, XRP seems to stand aside from the scope of all other altcoins. It simply doesn’t follow the path of Bitcoin or any other digital currency. Market uptrend? Ripple hardly reacts. Technological advanced? XRP market does not depend on it either. Thus, making predictions often proves to be useless. 

Hold or buy more

Since no one knows for sure what will happen with Ripple (XRP) price, you can continue holding it and buy some XRP while the cost is tasty.

Moreover, XRP can dump a little bit more:

Thus, buying at $0.24 would be even a better idea. With the major downtrend on the crypto market, this might be possible.

Conclusion

Ripple’s XRP is too far from $0.50. Moreover, it might even drop below $0.30 again. That means you should either hold XRP for a few months (or years) more, or speculate on shorts – the second option is better for experienced traders.

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Crypto writer, blockchain geek & Bitcoin holder with a strong belief in the power of cryptocurrency. Veronika combines in-depth analytical approach with creative writing to deliver the texts that both inform and entertain. With hundreds of reviews, SEO articles and marketing texts under the belt, she has experience of working for blockchain Medium channels, Cryptodiffer site and ICOs. Part of U.Today team since 2018, she focuses on crypto price predictions and monitors the market to provide the most relevant info & opinions.

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Bitcoin Price Dips Below $8,000 While Crypto Market Is Expecting Another Volatile Move

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    Bitcoin is trading below the pivotal $8,000 level, and that might mean that the storm is coming

Bitcoin Price Dips Below $8,000 While Crypto Market Is Expecting Another Volatile Move
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Bitcoin (BTC), the top cryptocurrency by market cap, is testing the $7,800-$7,900 support for the fifth time since plunging 20 percent on Sept. 24. 

This time around, bulls might be way too exhausted to defend the above-mentioned price level, which could potentially result in another major downward move that bears have been waiting for. 

At the time of writing, Bitcoin is trading at $7,946 after a sizeable 3.22 percent drop, CoinStats data shows. Altcoin holders are also feeling the burn -- Ethereum (ETH), the top coin by market capitalization, is currently down by almost 5 percent while Bitcoin Cash (BCH) has plunged by 6 percent.     

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Despite the gloomy technical picture, cryptocurrency trader 'Galaxy' says that it's too early to call the battle. 

Meanwhile, Josh Rager hopes to accumulate more at the $3,000 level in case of another major price drop. 

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Bitcoin has been going back and forth within the same price range for nearly a month with a few notable fakeouts. It doesn't take a trading guru to predict that the top coin might experience another volatile move in a matter of days given that the Bollinger Bands, a key technical indicator for measuring volatility has been extremely tight as of recently. 

Trader "The Crypto Dog" says that he's surprised that anyone is still able to buy BTC at $9,000. Meanwhile, famous gold proponent Peter Schiff insists that the orange coin is way too expensive, and its price might drop to as low as $200.

What will be Bitcoin's next move? Share your take in the comments!   

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Alex Dovbnya (aka AlexMorris) is a cryptocurrency expert, trader and journalist with an extensive experience of covering everything related to the burgeoning industry — from price analysis to Blockchain disruption. Alex authored more than 1,000 stories for U.Today, CryptoComes and other fintech media outlets. He’s particularly interested in regulatory trends around the globe that are shaping the future of digital assets.

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