Ripple’s XRP cryptocurrency is trading at about $1.03 this morning as all the major cryptocurrencies dipped into the red today, Tuesday, February 13.
XRP, the third biggest crypto on the planet, is down more than five percent after seemingly recovering from last week’s low prices at around $0.60.
The digital currency’s market capitalisation is now hovering around the $40billion mark – some $2billion down on yesterday’s value – and remains far below its all-time high of $145.5billion.
The CoinMarketCap crypto tracker below shows XRP’s price and market cap value in real time.
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Tuesday, February 13
1.45pm: Ripple XRP’s price now ay $1.0 according to CoinMarketCap
The currency rose to $1.04 in the last two hours but has again dropped back to $1.03 which it saw at midday.
XRP is seeing one of the biggest drops of the day at -4.02 percent.
Bitcoin is down 1.17 percent with a price of $8,618 while Ethereum in second place saw a drop of 1.77 percent – with a value of $846.
1.21pm: Ripple prices have been down around 6.5percent in early trading on Tuesday
Investors are still treading very cautiously across the board after the crypto crash last week that saw prices as low as $0.60.
While the digital cash managed to cut past the $1 hurdle, it now seems stuck at $1.05 and is fluctuating somewhere between the two.
12.00pm: Ripple has dipped again today – with its price in the red again
From $1.04 this morning, XRP is now down at $1.03 – which equates to a -5.6 percent drop.
XRP’s market cap is now at $40.17billion from $42billion yesterday.=
But the price has still not gone below the $1 mark seen last week when the Ripple values plunged to lows of $0.60.