Right now, the crypto market is not experiencing the best of times. As a matter of fact, the first 30 digital currencies are all recording a decrease. But not even the slide into the red has stopped the investors of Ripple’s XRP from having big expectations of their shares in on the crypto trading floor. They are eagerly looking forward to a major XRP bull run.
XRP is a principal digital asset in the market, it is also one of the biggest cryptocurrencies by market capitalization, and it is going for $0.298 to the United States dollar at the moment. Since early 2019, XRP has not had any significant rise in price and investors who did a lot to buy XRP are now beginning to get worried. Not a few are asking questions as to why they are yet to enjoy the dividends of their investments.
A Ripple’s XRP advocate named Kieran Kelly has set Twitter on fire. He was all over the social media complaining seriously about the undesirable impact of the pressure from investors. Anxious investors are mounting pressure on Ripple workers because they want a jump in the XRP price.
— Kieran Kelly 🏴 (@kieranmlkelly) May 5, 2019
Kelly took to hailing the staff at Ripple and even said they are the most excellent when it comes to relating to clients. He further stated that the nonstop pressure would prevent the employees from their usual productive interactions from those planning to invest. But he finally concluded by stating that he too desires an upward swing in the price of XRP.
But Kelly was not the only one ranting on Twitter. Another person named Voe Jella also expressed his lack of satisfaction. He complained about the behavior of some of the investors. Vella insisted that the workers of XRP have done their best in responding to the questions raised by the users even if some of the users are behaving irrationally.
On the other side of the argument is another investor who is so worried about the stagnant profile of XRP in the market that he blurted out his thoughts. He said he would not be taking the risk again to invest in more Ripple’s XRP for the next 12 months.
That was not the end of the drama as another contented XRP investor blasted those who believe the crypto market should always have bullish runs. He described them as suffering from delusions. He also pointed out that David Schwartz, the chief technology officer at Ripple and Bob Way, a former main figure in the Ripple market are the most reliable crypto experts in the cryptocurrency area. He also commended their patience and understanding in responding to many of the negative tweets coming from the people and that he does not understand how they manage to keep cool.
Later on, a striking response emerged from another user named Dsavino on the same Twitter. He said that Ripple’s XRP staff or management owe the investors nothing because they took the risk to invest all by themselves. He rounded up by calling on investors to be patient.