Exchanges Want to list XRP, Yet Fear of SEC lawsuit Continue

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    • XRP price trends in the upper levels in the parallel,channel point out a strong consolidation

    • Exchanges worry to list XRP, yet look forward into the SEC lawsuit’s outcome

    Jesse Powell Cautions Exchanges!

    The ongoing SEC-Ripple lawsuit has been in the spotlight in the entire crypto space. Many believed some flaw as the lawsuit was filed amid the XRP bull run. As the SEC filed the lawsuit, the price slashed like never before shedding the maximum of the gains.

    Many exchanges announced delisting of the asset fearing any negative rounds around the exchange functioning. In the recent update, SEC’s lawsuit appears to have faded a little with Ripple’s stand becoming stronger and many expect the case may also be closed very soon.

    As the XRP price is showcasing some signs of a bull run, now exchanges rethink to list 

    XRP, yet fearful with the SEC’s proceedings. Jesse Powell, CEO, and CO-founder of Kraken Exchange cautioned the other exchanges before listing XRP.

    XRP Price Analysis

    The XRP price since the start of the month has entered a strong consolidation phase, trending in a very narrow range. Yet failed to break the lower resistance levels below $0.4, however also failed to break the upper resistance levels at $0.49.

    XRP Price

    Interestingly, since the previous trading day, it is trending in the upper levels of the parallel channel, indicating a probable break out any moment from now.

    At the time of writing, XRP price is $0.4674 with a jump of more than 1% in the past 24 hours. Currently, it is mandatory to break the upper resistance levels at $0.5 without declining the price below the support levels.

    Technical Specification

    • The resistance levels are formed at $0.502
    • The support levels are formed at $0.451 
    • The indicators for XRP price are neutral
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