The longest-running American animated series The Simpsons are notorious for predicting events much ahead in time. From predicting politics to social events and game brawls, their predictions have shocked the world for being accurate most of the time. The Simpsons predicted Donald Trump’s presidency, faulty voting machines, and also the January 6th insurrection. In one episode in 2020, Bart Simpson scribbles on the chalkboard about Ripple XRP’s price prediction.
Surprisingly, in episode 17 of season 8, which was aired on March 2, 1997, The Simpsons walk across a building which is named Crypto Barn. The building has signboards of a ‘place for code’ and used the word crypto 12 years before Bitcoin was launched.
The Simpsons Ripple XRP Prediction
In an episode that aired in 2020, Bart is seen scribbling on the chalkboard “XRP to hit $589+ by EOY”. Bart’s chalkboard scribbles are a tale of their own as the majority of his scribbles turned out to be true. Also, in the same series, Homer Simpson’s boss is presented with a card and the XRP community believes that Ripple will have its debit and credit cards.
The XRP community believes now that the Ripple Vs SEC case seems to be coming to an end, The Simpsons’ prediction might turn out to be true. However, this might be wishful thinking as there’s another section of The Simpsons’ predictions that have not been accurate.
However, someday if Ripple XRP ever reaches $589 and more, The Simpsons episode will again be the center of attraction. Nonetheless, the XRP price prediction was made in 2020 and it hasn’t been true till 2022.
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At press time, Ripple XRP was trading at $0.42 and is down 10.3% in the 24 hours day trade. The crypto is also down 87.5% from its all-time high of $3.40, which it reached in January 2018.