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Credible Predicts XRP Ready For Major Rally While Two Low-Cap Altcoins Rises

Credible is a popular crypto strategist and trader. More so, he goes on to says XRP is ready for a possible 50% surge, mentions two low-cap altcoins carving out their bottoms.

More so, the Pseudonymous crypto analyst Credible explains to his 249,100 followers. He notes that as XRP is trading below his support area of $0.90. Then, he states that it records a recovery price level, meaning its ready to rally to a new higher high.

“And here’s one for my ZERPS!…”
“We deviated below the range rather than pushing up but now we have reclaimed it,..”
“so I am once again targeting the highs at $1.35 and beyond! XRP.”

Additionally, Credible makes reference to a September tweet, showing XRP’s path from a low of $0.90 to as high as $1.70.

“Swept the highs then swept the lows into daily demand. Number go up now please. XRP.”

Furthermore, if XRP is to follow Credible predictions,
the altcoin is capable to do over 55% from its current value of $1.09.

Notably, The crypto analyst’s long-term price target for XRP is between $20-$30 this bull cycle.

Additionally, Credible goes on to consider Hedera Hashgraph (HBAR), a public network for peer-to-peer payments.
More so, Credible believes HBAR will carve out a bottom at $0.35.

“HBAR with a very important key reclaim here on the low timeframe. I think our bottom is likely in.”

Lastly, Convex Finance (CVX), the native token of decentralized finance (DeFi) protocol Convex is another consideration. Credible makes his predictions that CVX will rally to about $16.

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