Crypto community with 84% historical accuracy sets XRP price for March 31, 2022

Ripple (XRP), the sixth-ranked cryptocurrency in terms of market capitalization, is experiencing turbulent times as it wages a legal battle with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

Given the latest developments around the digital asset’s current situation, the cryptocurrency community at CoinMarketCap has predicted that XRP will trade at $0.83 by the end of March.

The set price represents a 10.82% or $0.08 increase from its current price which at press time amounted to $0.75. In total, the price estimate included votes from around 3,710 members of the CoinMarketCap community as of March 15.

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Crypto community’s XRP price projection. Source: CoinMarketCap

It’s noteworthy that the crypto community currently has a historical accuracy of 84.26% on XRP price projections.

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Crypto community’s XRP price prediction historical accuracy rate. Source: CoinMarketCap

Over the seven days before press time, the price had increased by 2.74%, from $0.73 to its current price of $0.75, according to CoinMarketCap data. Its total market capitalization at press time was over $36.19 billion, a 3.95% increase from the $34.76 billion it had a week before.

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Seven-day XRP price. Source: CoinMarketCap

Ripple’s saga with the SEC 

As Finbold reported earlier, the blockchain payment company expects the litigation to drag on no longer than the second half of November 2022, putting its expectations somewhere between August 26 and November 18, according to a court document requesting the rescheduling of the pending class action.

The SEC had filed a lawsuit against Ripple and two of its executives in December 2022, It alleges that the blockchain company had sold its token as an investment product without SEC registration from 2013 to December 2020 – when the SEC sued. 

Ripple has argued that its XRP token was a digital asset for real-time global payments, and as such wasn’t subject to SEC’s jurisdiction. 

Recently, its general counsel has accused the agency of using the newest evidence of the company’s proactive compliance “as a sword, or as a bludgeon”.

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