XRP ETF Fake News Leads to Over $6M Liquidations

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A false alarm pointing to Blackrock registering an XRP exchange-traded fund (ETF) has led to $6 million in liquidations.

Although the announcement received a prompt correction, XRP’s trading volume still experienced a noticeable shift.

Speculations and Liquidations Surrounding XRP News

In a post on X (formerly Twitter), a statement was made that indicated global asset manager BlackRock had applied for an XRP ETF:


However, shortly after a correction post was made:


Furthermore, Bloomberg analyst Eric Balchumas also stated that the news was fake, claiming that he verified the information with Blackrock.

Balchumas alleged that “some whacko must have added using BlackRock executive name.”

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However, Coinglass data reveals a sell-off in response to the news. At the time of publication, the 24-hour liquidation volume for XRP amounts to $6.91 million.

At the time of publication, XRP’s price stands at $0.66.

XRP Price Chart 1 Day. Source: BeInCrypto

This comes only days after BlackRock filed an application for the iShares Ethereum Trust in Delaware. Since the announcement, Ethereum has also seen a surge in its price, now currently sitting at $2,064.

However, BlackRock’s spot Bitcoin ETF application is currently under scrutiny by the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). The entire crypto community is eagerly anticipating approval, with high hopes that a positive outcome will lead to a significant market surge.

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