Peter Brandt technical analyst became more popular than ever when he called Bitcoin’s bear market back in January 2018. His credibility went to the moon, and the man’s assumptions in the crypto space are really valuable these days.
His latest one involves Ripple’s digital asset, and he’s saying that XRP is now positioned at a crucial juncture.
He highlighted the fact that XRP managed to stay above the $0.2861 mark since December of 2018.
— Peter Brandt (@PeterLBrandt) April 27, 2019
XRP influencers and enthusiasts
The Daily Hodl brings up Twitter’s XRPTrump who has been nominated as one of the crypto’s most influential people by CoinDesk last year.
It seems that he stopped tweeting a month ago and people freaked out. He was popular for posting various updates for Ripple and also the digital asset XRP.
He also used to make a lot of interesting comments on cross-border payments, crypto adoption, blockchain tech and more.
“He’s amassed a following of 32,500 XRP enthusiasts and crypto-curious Twitter users. His feed shows over 103,000 tweets. Now, fellow Ripple and XRP superfan Tiffany Hayden who has 73,800 followers says she may follow suit,” the Daily Hodl writes.
@XRPTrump, I’m about ready to call it a wrap if you’re not coming back. I told you I wouldn’t be able to last much longer without you. I’m spent. I’ll wait for a real goodbye though. pic.twitter.com/PNjprAN4kB
— Tiffany Hayden (@haydentiff) April 28, 2019
The online publication also brings up Tiffany Hayden who is another XRP and Ripple fan. She has almost 74k followers on Twitter said that everyone needs a vacay every now and then:
“He is taking a looooong overdue and much-needed break. I’m not trying to convince him to come back. I definitely don’t want us staying here for each other just so we can endure bad things longer.”
Ripple and Facebook partnership
We were recently reporting that Ripple’s senior vice president of product Asheesh Birla has discussed an exciting matter.
— Ripple (@Ripple) April 26, 2019
He addressed more issues involving Facebook and how the social media giant could be using the blockchain tech in order to take the friction out of payments for mobile consumers.
This whole thing led more people to assume that there’s a partnership between the two companies in the cards.