The SEC vs Ripple Labs lawsuit is on its way to find its conclusion very soon. During such circumstances, there is optimism regarding the winning of Ripple. Following the optimism, its native crypto asset XRP token also witnessed its share of celebration in the form of significant price jump recently.
Meanwhile when the crypto industry-defining case is moving towards its final decision, the speculations are also getting flooded around the XRP token price. Many Ripple supporters went on to Twitter and threw their opinions for the price predictions.
Amidst the predictions, there emerged a discussion around an American television show, which is practically famous for its sheer prediction on many instances. The show is a famous American sitcom—The Simpsons.
The Simpsons is boasted as one of the best shows of all time around the world. Additionally, it’s the longest American show till date, started in the year 1989 and completed 34 seasons. One of the crucial reasons why the show is known for is its unusual predictions about different issues, subjects, instances and people, etc.
Among numerous predictions of the Simpsons, one was about XRP’s price to reach upto 589 USD. This was made in episode 13th named Frinkcoin of season 31st which aired in Feb, 2022.
Currently, XRP token price is trading around 0.423 USD with a drop of more than 12% in the last 24 hours. Considering the current state of XRP, assuming the price to reach somewhere even close to the predicted price within the show is absurd at the moment. Even if Ripple wins the case against the SEC, still it might not end up boosting the price by more than 10,000%.
As far as other predictions of The Simpson are concerned, they went on pretty much on point. From showcasing the issues with autocorrect in 1994 episode to introducing smartwatch in future in its 1995 episode, the show had proven its assumption quite close to correct. In addition to this, Disney buying Fox and Donald Trump becoming American president were also among remarkable predictions.
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