XRP (XRP) Live Price

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$0.403156+0.24%
Market Cap
$20.48B
0.14%
Volume (24)
$1,265,842,000
128.73%
Circulating Supply
50,803,611,000 XRP
Issue Date
-

XRP price Statistics

XRP Price Today

XRP Price
$0.403156

Price Change 24h

$0.00095185
0.24%
24h Low / 24h High
$0.39009 / $0.403886

Trading Volume 24h

$1,265,842,000
128.73%
Volume / Market Cap
0.061813338
Market Dominance
1.9005084%
Market Rank
#6

XRP Supply

Circulating Supply
50,803,611,248 XRP
Total Supply
99,989,140,193 XRP
Max Supply
100,000,000,000 XRP

XRP Market Cap

Market Cap
$20,478,460,000
0.14%

Fully Diluted
Market Cap

$40,309,063,000
0.62%

XRP Price Yesterday

Yesterday's Low / High
$0.3963337 / $0.41497134
Yesterday's Open / Close
$0.3963337 / $0.41497134
Yesterday's Change
0.62%
Yesterday's Volume
$1,441,087,600

XRP Price History

7d Low / 7d High
$0.39091043 / $0.42494247
30d Low / 30d High
$0.33841798 / $0.42666931
90d Low / 90d High
$0.33170408 / $0.50205775
52 Week Low / 52 Week High
$0.30933096 / $0.88080032
All Time HighJan 7, 2018 (5 years ago)
$3.4
88.14%
All Time LowMay 22, 2014 (8 years ago)
$0.00268621
14905.10%

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About XRP

XRP Price Live Data

The live price of XRP is $ 0.403156 per (XRP/USD) today with a current market cap of 20.48B USD. 24-hour trading volume is $ 1,265,842,000 USD. XRP to USD price is updated in real-time. XRP is +0.24% in the last 24 hours. It has a circulating supply of $ 50,803,611,000 XRP.

XRP Coin Price Chart determines the exchange rates between major fiat currencies and cryptocurrencies – including BTC, ETH and XRP to USD, EUR, GBP. Conversion rates are based on Live XRP Price Index and the price indices of other digital assets.

This content and any information contained therein is being provided to you for informational purposes only, does not constitute a recommendation by Coinbase to buy, sell, or hold any security, financial product, or instrument referenced in the content, and does not constitute investment advice, financial advice, trading advice, or any other sort of advice.

What is Ripple?

Ripple was created from the beginning to essentially replace SWIFT (a well-known money transfer network) or to replace the settlement layer between significant financial institutions.

It acts as a trusted intermediary between two parties in a transaction because the network can rapidly verify that the transaction was successful. Ripple can help with exchanges for many different fiat currencies and cryptocurrencies.

Ripple has an incentive to support the development and long-term success of the cryptocurrency price charts. A different percentage of the XRPs is kept in reserve for recurring market sales.

Naturally, this has caused investors to worry that a large amount of XRP would be issued all at once, depreciating the value of other XRP price that is already in use. After all, one of the things that gives a currency its worth is its relative scarcity.

XRP has many advantages and utilities which includes:

  • Swift resolution: Confirmations of transactions happen quite quickly. They often take four to five seconds, as opposed to the days that banks could need to finish a transfer or the moments or even hours that it might take for Bitcoin transactions to be validated.
  • Very affordable costs: On the Ripple network, a transaction only costs 0.00001 XRP price, or around one cent at the moment's exchange rates.
  • Flexible exchange system: The Ripple network does more than just handle XRP-based transactions. However, it can also be applied to cryptocurrencies and other forms of fiat money.

What is the XRP Ledger?

The XRP Ledger Network uses a distinctive Federated Consensus technique as its way of validating transactions, unlike Bitcoin or Ethereum. Through a consensus protocol, selected independent servers known as validators agree on the sequence and conclusion of XRP transactions, confirming transactions on the XRPL. Each transaction is processed uniformly across all servers in the network, and any transaction that complies with the protocol is immediately confirmed. Anyone can use a validator, and all transactions are open and transparent. There are already more over 150 validators on the ledger, run by institutions, exchanges, organizations, and private persons worldwide. 

How does XRP work?

XRP, The Ripple's  blockchain infrastructure, aims to execute finance with fast, low-cost, and simple cross-border transactions. As a result, it is a feasible alternative to the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication, which is currently utilized by the majority of institutions. Ripple offers various advantages to customers who do international transactions.

The XRP cryptocurrency uses a consensus system combining numerous bank-owned servers to verify transactions. Validators confirm the validity of proposed transactions by comparing them to the most recent version of the XRP Ledger. To be validated, a transaction must be accepted by the majority of validators.

Who created Ripple?

Most cryptocurrencies have a single person or entity that can be attributed with originating the cryptocurrency. The history of XRP is complicated because multiple people were involved in developing both the technology and the commercial entities that helped it expand.

The creation of XRP is often attributed to OpenCoin co-founders Jed McCaleb (who also created Mt. Gox), Arthur Britto (who helped develop the XRP Ledger), and Chris Larsen (who started multiple fintech startups). Nonetheless, while they were significant figures in the field, others who were involved includes:

David Schwartz, who co-authored the initial Ripple whitepaper and currently serves as Ripple's chief technology officer, and Stefan Thomas, a former Ripple chief technology officer, are two of them.

What Makes XRPL Unique?

The XRP Ledger network offers a wide range of payment-related applications and use cases, including as micropayments, DeFi, and soon, NFTs. The XRPL was released in 2012, and it provides Python, Java, and JavaScript developers with strong utility and flexibility. Developers may access a variety of tutorials on the XRP website to get started with various coding languages, creating apps, managing accounts, and more.

Developers use the XRP Ledger along with its native coin, XRP, to build remittance and asset tokenization solutions that address inefficiencies. The XRP Ledger now has five primary uses: payments, tokenization, DeFi, Central Banks Digital currencies (CBDCs), and stablecoins.

It is critical to note that they are not synonymous: Ripple is a for-profit corporation that promotes and develops XRP, the software that powers it (the XRP Ledger), and various other transaction-focused projects. The corporation insists that the two entities are distinct.

The XRP Ledger is being used to "power breakthrough solutions across the payments landscape."

How Is the XRP Ledger Network Secured?

Notably, XRP's blockchain functions a little bit differently than the majority of other cryptocurrencies. Other cryptocurrencies let anyone who can quickly solve difficult equations access to their transaction ledgers and verification procedures. But because the majority of ledger holders must consent to the verification before a transaction can be added, it is safe.

The Ripple network, which runs on XRP, uses a consensus system and partially centralizes things. Anyone can download its validation software, but it also keeps a list of distinct nodes from which users can choose the ones they believe are least likely to deceive them in order to validate their transactions.

Every three to five seconds, as new transactions are received, the validators update their ledgers and compare them to those of the other validators. When there is a discrepancy, they pause to determine what went wrong. Transactions are efficiently validated if 80% of these distinct nodes believe they are genuine.

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FAQ

What is the live Price of XRP now?

Actual price of XRP to US Dollar now is $ 0.403156

What is the XRP ticker?

XRP ticker is XRP

Where to buy XRP?

You can buy XRP on any exchange or via p2p transfer. And the best way to trade XRP is through a 3commas bot.

Can I make money with XRP?

You should not expect to get rich with XRP or any other new technology. It is always important to be on your guard when something sounds too good to be true or goes against basic economic principles.

Can I make money with XRP?

You should not expect to get rich with XRP or any other new technology. It is always important to be on your guard when something sounds too good to be true or goes against basic economic principles.

What is the all-time high of XRP?

XRP (XRP) hit another all-time high over $ 3.4 in 07.01.2018.

What is the market cap of XRP?

XRP Market Cap is at a current level of 20.48B, up from 20.45B yesterday. This is a change of 0.14% from yesterday.

What is the 24-hour trading volume of XRP?

Latest 24-hour trading of XRP (XRP) is $ 1,265,842,000.

How many XRP are there?

The current circulating supply of XRP is $ 50,803,611,000 with the maximum amount of $ 100,000,000,000.

What is the relative popularity of XRP?

XRP current Market rank is #6. Popularity is currently based on relative market cap.

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