Stellar price predictions 2018: Moderate returns but good development potential – USD / XLM price – Stellar Price Today -Price Prediction Today

Stellar price predictions 2018: Stellar is a platform which has been created to enable digital asset transfers. The organization wich has developed it is the stellar development foundation. It is a non-profit organization. In the last 12 months, the performance of the cryptocurrency has been outstanding. The overall gain is even more than 900%.

Most of the investors are keen to find out whether it can provide a significant positive return in the current calendar year or not.

Stellar price predictions 2018:

According to some predictions, it would end the year 2018 at around $ 0.7. By the year 2021, it would be able to reach the $ 1 mark.

The development team has announced that more than 30 banks would start using their network. If indeed, that happens the value of the token would appreciate much more.

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In terms of protocol, it is similar to Ripple. The only difference is that ripple targets the bigger end of the market that is the financial institutions and corporate transfers. On the other hand, when you look at stellar, it targets the smaller transactions. It targets the individual and retail transactions. Also, it has partner agents which it is trying to increase. They normally facilitate the transactions.

If indeed, banks are able to use stellar, that would be a huge boost for the cryptocurrency token. This would also increase the demand for the cryptocurrency.

If you’re looking to invest in stellar, it is a good idea to wait for a dip. But this already missed. You would be able to get a return of around 55% to 60% if we you were to buy it on a dip of 10%. This would ensure that in the remaining 10 months of 2018, you are able to get a good enough return.

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You need to, however, keep in mind that stellar is very volatile. It is not considered to be among the blue-chip cryptocurrency. Thus, if you have the appetite of volatility, that is only when you should think about investing in stellar. Otherwise, it is a good idea to stay away from the cryptocurrency.

If you’re looking to diversify your cryptocurrency portfolio with something which can provide you with moderate returns but good development potential, stellar can be a good fit into your portfolio. You need to, however, keep a watch on the execution strategy of the company.

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  • Really love the bad mouthing of Stellar XLM at the end of this article. I would offer that Mr. Peter Theil a world renowned investor recently invested several million dollars in XLM tokens. This man does not make these kinds of investments lightly. IBM didn’t partner with Stellar because they were an inferior product. IBM could have partnered with Ripple but they chose to work with Stellar XLM. An intelligent investor would ask themselves why IBM would select Stellar over Ripple. Their original programming was very similar. That is absolutely not the case today so they truly are in no way similar on that point. While they both serve the same banking market Stellar is targeting the unbanked P2P payment systems and Ripple seems to focus on B2B transactions.

    It appears Stellar is actually involved in B2B more than expected which would seem to indicate it has greater flexibility and security. Stellar is in the process of updating to the realities their trials have revealed. They need greater scalability. Lighting is in the process of being integrated into the Stellar block chain. Also they are adding features improving anonymity and security. Stellar has worked with the primary engineer involved with Bitcoin and Lightning development as they work to optimize Lightning for Stellar.

    Stellar appears to be the more stable and secure platform if reports as posted in the public domain by Stellar founders and engineers is accurate. If the movement by banks, businesses as well as ICO’s continue towards Stellar we might be able to be more confident in the technology advancements in their offering.

    As Stellar and IBM with their 1600 technologists continue to quietly build out their system and interconnected client base Stellar is being placed in a far stronger position. Their goal isn’t to just be the token being used in transaction but to build out a financial internet with it’s own ecosystem and Https or better type security.

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