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Will XRP Be Back on Coinbase?

It’s been a rollercoaster ride for XRP investors over the past few months. The digital asset was unceremoniously removed from Coinbase in March, causing the price to crash.

However, XRP has since staged a strong comeback and is now trading above $0.50.

There is growing speculation that Coinbase could list XRP again in the near future. Let’s take a look at the evidence.

In late May, Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong said that the exchange was “open” to listing more digital assets. This was seen as a positive development by the XRP community, as Armstrong had previously ruled out listing XRP due to its association with Ripple.

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Then, on June 4, it was reported that Coinbase had started internal testing of XRP trading. This sent the price of XRP soaring by 10% on the news.

Coinbase has not officially confirmed that it will list XRP, but the evidence is stacking up. If Coinbase does list XRP, it is likely that the price will rise sharply.

However, it is also worth noting that Coinbase has been known to change its mind in the past (just ask Ethereum Classic investors). So, nothing is guaranteed.

Will XRP be back on Coinbase? It’s looking increasingly likely, but investors should still exercise caution.

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