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Ripple Forges Strategic Partnership in Japan: Will the XRP Price Rise Now?

Ripple has expanded into the Japanese market through a collaboration with consulting firm HashKey DX, offering XRP Ledger solutions to over 4,000 registered companies, including major banks. This move could affect XRP’s price action, stabilizing around $0.50. While open interest in XRP has fallen, potential remains for a turnaround, especially with ongoing projects like the one with SBI Group.




As reported on the FXStreet Germany page, Ripple has announced a significant expansion into the Japanese market. Through collaboration with consulting firm HashKey DX, the XRP Ledger will now offer enterprise solutions to over 4,000 registered companies, including major banks and suppliers.

This strategic move could have a significant impact on XRP’s price action as the altcoin has recently been hovering around key support levels. Technical analysis suggests that the price has stabilized around $0.50 after posting significant losses since February.

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XRP News: New partnership in Japan, is XRP rising?

Ripple’s new cooperation in Japan was also reported on Bitcoin2Go. The partnership aims to establish XRPL as an infrastructure for financial solutions and could therefore contribute to the popularization of the ledger.

According to a press release, HashKey was chosen because the company is already successfully providing digital infrastructure in the financial sector. HashKey has become particularly popular in mainland China due to its efficient solutions.

Ripple has announced a significant expansion into the Japanese market. Source

Dogecoin, Solana and Ripple record falling open interest: Bearish signal?

BeInCrypto | Bitcoin & Crypto News highlights that alongside Dogecoin and Solana, Ripple has also experienced a drop in open interest – a possible indicator of reduced investor interest or impending price corrections.

Despite these challenges, analysts say there is still potential for a turnaround in Ripple ( XRP ), especially if it manages to attract more trading activity and continues to support positive news from ongoing projects such as the one with SBI Group.

Ripple expands in Japan: New partnership could boost XRP price

According to reports from Crypto Magazine, this latest development sees great potential to influence the market not only locally, but also globally through the increased use of the XRPL network within Japan’s financial institutions as well as business areas beyond.

However, several expert analyzes show different opinions on short-term volatility versus long-term growth opportunities thanks to ever-increasing technological integration and adoption by large institutional players, particularly in Japan’s financial sector.


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