Cryptos in Red: After a Successful Last Week ETH, XLM and XRP are Down

Cryptos in red

Well is anyone truly surprised that last week’s crypto bull-run is over? There are cryptos in red today across the board. About 95% of the’s top 100 list to be more precise, but we’re interested in the real losers. The top dog’s who are also today’s top losers, including Ethereum (ETH), Stellar (XLM), and Ripple (XRP).

Let’s check in with these cryptos in red.

Cryptos in Red: Ethereum (ETH)

Saturday saw Ethereum reach a high of $251.20. But it has been downhill from there. In the past 24-hours, ETH has made a further 10.32% drop. It is now practically at the same level it was before it began climbing last week. No exact catalyst is driving ETH price today, more than likely this fall is the “must come down” part of the phrase that starts with “What goes up…


Cryptos in Red: Ripple (XRP)

It was inevitable that Ripple would not be able to maintain such highs.

Let’s recap last week: last week, Ripple doubled its value in a 48-hour period. It hit a height it had never hit before—$0.69, which meant the coin had grown over 100%. The reason for the XRP price explosion could be attributed to Ripple Lab’s unveiling that its xRapid project could debut within a month. This seemed to spur on a rally. Importantly it had a knock-on effect on the market; cryptos were green across the board.

But alas, our biggest gainer then is our biggest loser now. XRP has lost 14.43% in the last 24-hours. However, if it can level off sooner rather than later, the coin will still have gained overall this month. Let’s hope investors keep hodling.

Cryptos in Red: Stellar (XLM)

Stellar tends to follow closely behind Ripple trends. Today is no different. The coin is currently down 10.71% and appears to be losing more. It did grow exponentially last week keeping closely by Ripple’s side so can it pare any of these losses?

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Back in March, Stellar announced it would be implementing the Lightning protocol this December. According to the team, it is still on track for that deadline, and this news should excite investors. The Lightning protocol is deemed to be the best long-term solution for scalability on its network. Stellar wants to improve the user’s experience in terms of speed, throughput, and privacy/security.

It seems like crypto is playing a cruel trick sometimes. It seems inevitable that when cryptos go green, there will soon be cryptos in red.

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