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$XRP Trend Prediction on Ripple Price ? Going to hit 10$ mark soon?

Ripple co-founder is now richer than the Google founders on paper

  • With Ripple’s XRP coin hitting a high of $3.84, the company’s co-founder and executive chairman, Chris Larsen, is now worth about $59.9 billion on paper.
  • That puts Larsen just ahead of Larry Ellison, who ranks fifth on the Forbes 400 list with a worth of $58.4 billion, and ahead of Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin, who rank eighth and 10th on the list, respectively.
  • Larsen has 5.19 billion of XRP and a 17 percent stake in Ripple Price, according to Forbes, citing sources at the start-up.

In the Era of all Crypto and Digital currencies. the small Alt coins are giving Bitcoin a Run for his money. one digital currency’s surge in the last few weeks, the co-founder and executive chairman of Ripple is now one of the five richest people in America.

Chris Larsen, co-founder and executive chairman of Ripple, has 5.19 billion of the company’s digital coin XRP and a 17 percent stake in the company, according to Forbes, citing sources at Ripple.

Investors and cryptocurrency believers have been pursuing other altcoins recently as well, creating substantial gains in the top 30. The most notable gains include Cardano (ADA) and Stellar (XLM), which have both jumped more than 30% on the day, as well as Status (SNT), which saw an over 100 percent increase in the past 24 hours.

Meanwhile, on Jan. 3 BTC dominance (percentage of total market capitalization) hit a new record low of 34.6 percent.

Ripple is a clear winner amongst the Altcoin market. Although it’s not following a perfect Decentralization currently, it is gaining more investors and support by 10 more financial system joining Ripple in order to take down Swift.

Our current analysis is a real “HODL” for XRP. but will the Ripple Price bull to 10$ soon? Wait and Watch!

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