XRP is trying to hold the 1.05$ zone, if it doesn't lose this zone, it will bounce back and generate a new rally up to 1.3$, 1.6$ and 1.9$ zones in late September and early October. But if it loses this 1.05$ zone, it will decrease to 0.95$ or even 0.8$ zone

🔴Buy : 1.025-1.075$. SL if B 🔴Buy : 1.27-1.33$ if A. SL if B
🔴Sell : 1.27-1.33$. SL if A 🔴Sell : 1.56-1.64$. SL if A 🔴Sell : 1.86-1.94$. SL if A
🔵Sell : 1.025-1.075$ if B. SL if A 🔵Buy : 0.93-0.97$ if A. SL if B 🔵Buy : 0.78-0.82$. SL if B
📈Red Arrow : Main Direction as BUY & SELL section 📉Blue Arrow : Back-Up Direction as BACK-UP section 🟩Green zone : Support zone as BUY section 🟥Red zone : Resistance zone as SELL section 🅰️A : The Close price of 1-day candlestick is Above the zone 🅱️B : The Close price of 1-day candlestick is Below the zone

  • The XRP Ledger (XRPL) is an open-sourced distributed ledger powered by a network of peer-to-peer servers.
  • XRP is the digital asset native to XRPL. It is designed to function as a bridge currency, with the goal to "power innovative technology across the payments space" and enable "seamless, real-time, final, and cost-effective" global payments.
  • The XRPL also supports IOUs (obligation-like assets), which can represent a large variety assets (e.g. fiat currencies, gold, airline miles, credit card points, and other cryptocurrencies).
  • The XRPL offers a decentralized exchange, allowing for trading of IOUs and XRP. XRPL also offers some smart contract functionality and supports the network-agnostic Interledger Protocol.
  • The supply of XRP is capped at a total of 100 billion XRP, while the available supply of XRP is designed to decrease over time, as the accrued amounts of transaction fees are “destroyed”.
  • XRPL was initially released in 2012 and is maintained by community participants, prominently amongst them the company Ripple, which holds a large amount of XRP that are largely locked up and purpose-bound.