Ripple Sold $535 Million in XRP Last Year

by bitcoinist 01/27/2019

Ripple recently released its final quarterly performance for 2018 showing total XRP sales of $535.56 million for the whole of 2018. XRP sales decreased in the fourth quarter of 2018 while trading volume increased. $535 Million in Total XRP Sales for 2018 According to the report, Ripple sold a total of $535.56 million in XRP tokens for 2018 as a whole. Of this figure, $171 million or roughly a third came from institutional buyers while



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