Major exchanges have relisted XRP, the native token of the Ripple protocol, earlier this year following a pivotal U.S. court ruling. The ruling by Federal District Judge Analisa Torres stated that XRP “is not necessarily a security on its face,” except when sold to raise funds from institutions.
When XRP will be relisted on Coinbase?
UPDATE (July 13, 19:43 UTC): Adds Coinbase potential listing of XRP as soon as Thursday.
Will I be able to trade XRP again?
Coinbase, Kraken, and other major crypto exchanges have relisted Ripple's XRP in response to a court ruling that the digital asset itself is not an offering of an investment contract.
Could XRP reach $100?
While it's theoretically possible for XRP to reach this price, it would require substantial market shifts or a major supply reduction. If the project was to reform significantly in a way that drove value to the XRP token, there is every chance that XRP could soar to new highs.
Will Coinbase allow XRP again?
Following the ruling's release, Coinbase chief legal officer Paul Grewal tweeted that “it's time to relist” XRP. Coinbase announced on Twitter that XRP trading is “anticipated to begin later today, if liquidity conditions are met.”
Will XRP be listed on Coinbase again?
"Coinbase will re-enable trading for XRP (XRP) on the XRP network," the exchange said in a tweet on Thursday. "Once sufficient supply of this asset is established trading on our XRP-USD, XRP-USDT and XRP-EUR trading pairs will launch in phases," Coinbase added.