Ripple (XRP), Cardano (ADA), and EOS all started the day with gains and are currently the leading coins.
Are the markets on the road to recovery? It’s hard to think otherwise when there’s nothing but green on the boards right now. Everything’s up at the moment, including Ripple, Cardano, and EOS. How long will the gains last?
Still ranked as the third largest cryptocurrency, Ripple is currently selling for $0.930491. In the past 24 hours, the altcoin has risen by 23.16%. Ripple is currently the top performer out of these three coins.
The current price of Ripple is a far cry from its high of $3.79 achieved in the beginning of January, but the coin has still seen an overall percentage increase of 14,674.4% going back a year.
Ripple has room to grow, for sure and based on the chart above, Ripple is still currently growing.
Do you think Ripple will be able to return to the highs XRP experienced in January?
Cardano is ranked as the fifth largest cryptocurrency at the moment. Currently, ADA is selling at a price of $0.384869. In the past 24 hours, the coin has increased by 11.31%, making it the lowest percentage gainer of the group.
Based on this chart, Cardano’s price is still gaining at the moment. Cardano has had a rough month, and overall the altcoin has been declining, so it’s really nice to see some growth out of this coin finally. Since this time last year, Cardano has grown 1,943%. While this is a smaller growth than Ripple’s, it is still impressive. Cardano is one of those coins that moves slowly, but hopefully, its movements will bring gains in the long-run.
EOS is ranked as the ninth largest cryptocurrency by market cap, and the coin is currently selling at $9.26, the most expensive coin of the group. EOS’s movement in the past 24 hours represents a fairly steady climb, increasing by 13.7%.
EOS is another coin with room to grow. Already, the coin has experienced staggering growth. Since its creation in July 2017, EOS has gained 2,172,334%, – that is pretty incredible.
Will the gains keep coming?
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