Ripple is making a major investment in Coil, a media platform that pays content creators XRP.
XRP is flashing red this Tuesday morning with a long-term price indicator turning bearish for the first time in over a year.
Investors suing Ripple have started citing the SEC’s token guidance to back their claim that XRP is an unregistered security.
XRP's global trading volume dropped 28 percent after CryptoCompare filtered out inflated statistics.
The first half of 2019 brought goods times for cryptos in general, and particularly Binance coin. XRP, though, eked out relatively meager gains.
The popular image hosting site Imgur is tying up with a micropayments startup founded by Ripple's former CTO.
XRP is teasing a long-term bullish reversal, with 27% gains and a bullish golden cross pattern likely to occur next week.
New York-based users of Coinbase can now trade or store XRP on Coinbase.com or the crypto exchange's iOS and Android mobile apps.
Germany’s second-largest stock exchange, Boerse Stuttgart, now offers trading in XRP and litecoin-based ETNs issued by XBT Provider.
The Coil blogging platform offers tipping via XRP and in future plans to work with a variety of assets.