Meanwhile, a former top executive at Ripple and founder of Stellar and Mt. Gox, Jed McCaleb, has sent another huge XRP for cash out from his tacostand digital wallet.
Ripple Receives 16.2 Million XRP from Binance Exchange
Over the past months, the largest cryptocurrency exchange by trading volume, Binance, has initiated a lot of substantial amounts of XRP to Ripple. Binance recently added more products in the XRP ecosystem, but the reason for the consistent transactions from Binance to Ripple cannot be explained until now.
Meanwhile, the cross-border payment behemoth, Ripple, also moved the sum of 10 million XRP worth $2,436,178 to an unknown wallet.
As revealed in the data shared by the crypto analytics firm, Bithomp, these funds were transferred to a wallet that belongs to BitGo, a custodial crypto service that works mainly with institutional investors.
Jed McCaleb Founder of Mt. Gox Effects another Huge XRP Sell-Off
Jed McCaleb, who co-founded Ripple, Stellar, and the infamous crypto exchange Mt. Gox, has effected another huge selloff of a portion of his XRP holdings, according to another tweet shared by XRPL Monitor.
According to the report, McCaleb has sent 5.7 mln XRP worth $1,388,622 in a single transaction from his tacostand digital wallet.
XRP in the Market
Over the past hours, Ripple’s native token XRP managed to print a positive price trend, better than other top 10 cryptocurrencies, except Ethereum (ETH).
This price resurgence came after a huge retracement that affected virtually all top digital currencies in the market, including Bitcoin (BTC). At the time of filing this report, XRP is trading at $0.251057, with a 4.01% price uptrend in the last 24 hours.
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