by bitcoinist 02/17/2019
On Feb 13, 2019, Ripple officially announced the release of XRP Ledger version 1.2.0. The newest version of the ‘decentralized’ peer-to-peer (P2P) cryptographic ledger for XRP storage will boast the automatic detection of censorship attempts in addition to the automatic issuance of warnings. Explains the official announcement: One of the major benefits of decentralized blockchain technologies, such as the XRP Ledger, is censorship resistance. Already highly resistant to censorship attempts, with the release of version 1.2.0
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Ripple price failed to trade above the $0.3400 resistance and declined recently against the US dollar. Sellers pushed the price below the $0.3155 support and the 55 simple moving average (4-hours). There was a break below a major contracting triangle with support at $0.3155 on the 4-hours chart of the XRP/USD pair (data source from...
As XRP trading went fully live on Coinbase Pro, a new report outlines that the cryptocurrency exchange has violated its very own listing framework. Coinbase Breaching Its Own Rules XRP trading went live on Coinbase Pro on February 25th. Formerly known as GDAX, the platform provides traders with more advanced features compared to the regular one known as just Coinbase. Naturally, the price of XRP surged following the announcement, gaining over 10 percent on the
Russia’s cryptocurrency legislation draft bill has been adopted with amendments in the second reading by the parliament.