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Ripple’s (XRP) Global Adoption - Pomerdoge (POMD) The Next Global Phenomenon According To Experts

While Ripple is a long-standing project, Pomerdoge is a new project. But its presale has won investors’ trust. Let’s read more about this project.

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There are many cryptocurrencies, but this article will focus on two leading projects - Ripple (XRP) and Pomerdoge. While Ripple is a long-standing project, Pomerdoge is a new project. But its presale has won investors’ trust. Let’s read more about this project.

Summary

  • The Bank of International Settlements (BIS) has selected Ripple (XRP) in its task force.
  • Pomerdoge is likely to grow by 4,000% by the end of 2023.

Major Financial Institutions Choose Ripple (XRP) For Their Projects

The market share of Ripple (XRP) is increasing since a federal court ruled in its favor against the SEC. Recently, the court gave its verdict in the SEC-Ripple lawsuit, and ruled that XRP is not a security. Soon after the verdict came out, Ripple’s (XRP) adoption increased manifold.

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One of the prime factors that helped Ripple (XRP) reach new users was its relisting by several exchanges. Notably, many crypto exchanges had delisted Ripple after the SEC, in its lawsuit, alleged that XRP was a security. However, the court’s verdict has prompted many of these exchanges, including Coinbase, to relist Ripple (XRP) on their platform. Most recently, a leading crypto exchange, Gemini, has also relisted Ripple (XRP).

Another factor that has increased the footprint of Ripple (XRP) is the payments network’s recent partnerships. Just a few days back, the Bank of England collaborated with Ripple (XRP) to smoothen payments between two currencies in different RTGS (Real Time Gross Settlement) systems. Now, in the latest event, the Bank of International Settlements (BIS) has included Ripple (XRP) in its cross-border payments interoperability and extension (PIE) task force.

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Due to such expansion of its ecosystem, Ripple (XRP) has been able to witness an increase in its price. In the past month, Ripple’s (XRP) market value has surged by 33% in the past 30 days. As a result, the current trading price of Ripple (XRP) has risen to $0.63.

Pomerdoge (POMD) Presale Aims For The Moon

A market research report has shown that the blockchain gaming industry has ballooned by 2000% in the past year. Moreover, its growth rate is increasing, with play-to-earn (P2E) games taking the lead. Grabbing this growth opportunity, Pomerdoge has planned to introduce a new play-to-earn (P2E) meme coin to the market. Pomerdoge will soon launch Pomergame, a P2E meme coin with multiple use cases.

Within Pomergame, players will get an opportunity to build their avatars, and enhance them to an elite level. They can also create their custom in-game assets to level up the characters. If gamers possess a gold status Pomer, they get the chance to sell valuable in-game assets at Pomerplace and earn extra money.

Pomerplace will allow gamers to trade assets with other players, and battle against them to win rewards and earn money. Pomerdoge will release 7,777 non-fungible tokens (NFTs) during the presale round. Additionally, the platform has ensured safety by getting its smart contracts audited by Cyber Scope and Solid Proof. Besides, the platform has decided to lock the liquidity pool for life to maintain stability.

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The presale of POMD tokens is in stage 1, and the market price of a token has surged from $0.007 to $0.008. However, experts believe that it can rise by 1,700% during the presale phase, and 40x after launch. The platform’s presale has raised more than $630,000. POMD is the native token of the platform, and is developed on the Ethereum blockchain. After the presale round, POMD tokens will go live on the Uniswap exchange.

Find out more about the Pomerdoge (POMD) Presale Today

Telegram Community: https://t.me/pomerdoge

Disclaimer: The above is a sponsored post, the views expressed are those of the sponsor/author and do not represent the stand and views of Outlook Editorial.

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