Weiss Ratings, which is a major US based company, announced a poll asking the community to vote for the “best coin to buy under $1”. The company announced the poll via their official Twitter page where inviting the followers to take part in the survey.
Later on, as the company went on announcing the results of the survey, it named Ripple (XRP) as the best coin. The official results confirmed that 5,726 twitter users took part in the survey. The number is almost 50% of Weiss Ratings’ followers. This shows the positive sentiment of the community towards the industry and the coin.
The poll offered the users to vote from the named for cryptocurrencies. The choices included popular coins such as Ripple (XRP), Cardano (ADA), Stellar Lumens (XLM) and IOTA project. The announced results revealed that an outstanding 64% of the participants voted for XRP while only only 25% voted for ADA. The main competitor of Ripple, XLM took the third place with 8% and IOTA project received only 3%.
Such results show an interesting status update for a rather controversial cryptocurrency of Ripple. This hence shows that the leading digital currency is known and preferred by most of the users who are interested in the field. And such choices have the potential to contribute to further promotion and development of the cryptocurrency.
About Weiss Ratings
Weiss Ratings is a major company whose mission is “to empower consumers, professionals, and institutions with high quality advisory information. They can select or monitor a financial services company or financial investment”. The official information in the company website goes on stating: “Whether you are interested in the safety of a bank, credit union or insurance company, or looking for a way to identify and monitor investments, you need a reliable source. With access to more than 40,000 investment ratings on stocks, mutual funds and exchange-traded funds (ETFs) and 16,000 safety ratings on banks, credit unions and insurance companies, you’ll enjoy unprecedented coverage of the companies and investments you want to follow”.