The term “RelistXRP” has been taking over Twitter. The XRP army seems to be urging several cryptocurrency exchanges to relist the altcoin.
The last couple of months have been rough for the XRP community. With the Securities Exchange and Commission [SEC] of the United States of America charging Ripple of selling unregistered securities. This allegation led to an array of cryptocurrency exchanges delisting XRP from their platform. While Ripple has time and again stressed that XRP wasn’t a security, SEC prolonged their argument.
While the XRP community has been trying to be a part of the lawsuit citing lack of representation, the community is trying to induce XRP back into the exchanges that ousted the altcoin.
RelistXRP Trends In Netherlands, Australia and US
A couple of weeks ago, the XRP community sought participation in the Ripple vs SEC lawsuit, however, this plea to intervene was condemned by the judge. While this attempt failed, the XRP community decided to help the altcoin find a way back into the crypto exchanges. The hashtag, “RelistXRP” was reportedly trending in the Netherlands and has been doing so in the US, United Kingdom as well as Australia for the last couple of days.
About 35,000 tweets pertaining to this movement were noted in the Netherlands. A Twitter user also a member of the XRP community, MackAttackXRP, tweeted about the same. The tweet read,
“The Twitter campaign #RelistXRP under which the XRP community is calling on crypto exchanges worldwide to relist XRP has managed to be “trending” in the US and in The Netherlands.”
Furthermore, over 30,000 tweets in the U.S. and about 24,000 in Australia with the hashtag “RelistXRP” were trending on Twitter.
An array of platforms including OKCoin, Crypto.com, Bittrex, eToro, Genesis, Wirex, Abra, Coingate, Coinbase, Binance.US, iTrustCapital, Nexo, Blockchain.com, Bitstamp, and several others decided to drop support for the altcoin. The XRP community was seen pushing the aforementioned exchanges to relist the altcoin.