Ripple CTO Rickrolls XRP Army as Token Nose-Dives 12 Percent

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Alex Dovbnya

Ripple CTO David Schwartz has trolled the XRP community relentlessly


  • XRP Army went to rickrol
  • Ripple’s plainest operator

The XRP community remains in a high mood despite a 12 percent fall recently recorded by the ticket following Flare Networks’ long-awaited Spark coverage.

In a viral December 7th tweeted, Ripple CTO David Schwartz “mastered” the community behind the world’s third-largest cryptocurrency.

XRP Army went to rickrol

Rickroll is a very popular online pic that is performed by redirecting a person to the dance-pop song “Never Gonna Give You Up” recorded by Rick Astley in 1987.

After switching to the adult contemporary sound and eventually retiring from music, Astley gained fame in the late 2000s because of the meme and even being self-ridden by a Reddit user in June.

Instead of hearing Schwartz’s speculation about XRP’s future performance and exclusive knowledge of the secretive digital banking project Polysign, his followers once again had the opportunity to revisit the shot that topped the charts worldwide, including the US Billboard Hot 100 .

The cryptographer went on to highlight the lyrics of the song in his further tweets, confirming that he would never a “desert” XRP or never disappoint XRP Army.

In retaliation, some of his followers passed his face on GIF of the famous video in a deep app.

Image by @RuleXRP

Ripple’s plainest operator

Schwartz tends to be the most open-minded and open-minded Ripple executive, without deviating from community interaction or picking a fight with Bitcoin max.

As reported by U.Today, some of his statements can be quite controversial. In a tweet posted earlier this month, it confirmed that XRP holders can choose to burn the 48.2 million tickets held at the company’s escrows to prove the coin is devolved.

The only problem is that the unique node list (UNL) that validates transactions on the XRP Ledger has to be approved by Ripple.