Ripple (XRP): Analyst Says 2025 Coud Bring Monumental Rally

Joshua Ramos
Ripple (XRP)
Source: Watcher.Guru

As Ripple fights to regain $0.50, one analyst projects XRP could enjoy a monumental rally in 2025. Indeed, the co-founder of Black Swan Capitalist, Vandall Aljarrah, expects a bull rally to propel XRP beyond its current all-time high of $3.84.

Vandall took to X (formerly Twitter) to discuss the cryptocurrencies growing value. There, he noted a $5,000 investment into XRP in 2016 and a sale when it reached its highest mark in 2018 would grow to nearly $3 million. Moreover, he expressed the potential for the next two-year cycle to surpass those figures.

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Ripple (XRP) to Dominate 2025 Bull Market?

The world of finance has closely observed cryptocurrencies this year. With two crypto-based ETFs receiving regulatory approval, the market has performed fairly well. After Spot Bitcoin ETFs hit the market in January, BTC exploded in value, reaching a landmark price of $73,000 in March.

Things have cooled down since then, but they still speak to the potential of the asset class. One token that could benefit from a shifting market sentiment is Ripple (XRP), which one analyst projects will benefit from a monumental rally in 2025.

XRP has certainly struggled over the last month, falling more than 11%, according to CoinMarketCap. But the signs of a reversal are there. Santiment recently published a report noting Ripple and Cardano as “notable altcoins that are seeing heavy trader shorting following relief bounces.”

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Although that sounds bearish, Santiment further explained that it could be a great thing in the long run. Specifically, the analytics firm noted that the data is “a good sign for patient bulls, as liquidate shorts can effectively act as ‘rocket fuel’ for continued price rises.”

This patient approach could fully come to fruition next year. The ongoing lawsuit with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is also set to come to an end in 2024. The company’s CEO, Brad Garlinghouse, has forecasted a resolution to take place by September 21st. The clarity of that development could be massive in driving investor interest and benefiting from an impending bull market.