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Ripple reserves 200 million XRP for March’s sell-off

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Ripple reserves 200 million XRP for March’s sell-off

Ripple has around 40.1 billion XRP, locked in escrows and not part of the token’s circulating supply. The company unlocks 1 billion tokens monthly and retains a fraction of them for its treasury reserves and sell-offs.

Finbold has tracked these unlocks, identifying patterns that affect the asset’s long-term value.

On March 1, Ripple unlocked another 1 billion XRP, valued at $630 million, keeping 200 million, consistent with prior months. This amount is now worth roughly $126 million, with each token priced at $0.63 by press time.

In particular, the company prepared this month’s selling activity by sending the 200 million XRP from ‘Ripple (22)’ to ‘Ripple (1)’. The institution controls both accounts, with the former being the unlocked escrow address and the latter used as its treasury reserves.

Ripple reserves 200 million XRP for March’s sell-off

Ripple’s XRP escrow activity for March’s sell-off

Similarly to what happened in previous months, escrows have reached finality within the ‘Ripple (22)’ and ‘Ripple (23)’ accounts. Notably, this was the last time the institution used these two addresses, with no escrows left on them for April.

The former unlocked 500 million XRP on March 1, sent 200 million to ‘Ripple (1)’, 200 million to ‘Ripple (10)’, and 100 million to ‘Ripple (12)’. Interestingly, Ripple uses the latter two accounts to re-lock XRP in new escrows and is using ‘Ripple (12)’ for the first time.

Therefore, ‘Ripple (10)’ will unlock this 200 million XRP in July 2027, while the new escrow account will unlock 100 million in August 2027.

Later, ‘Ripple (23)’ sent the unlocked 500 million to ‘Ripple (11)’, also fully locked in an escrow to July 1, 2027.

Ripple reserves 200 million XRP for March’s sell-off

What is next for April sell-offs?

Further, the market should start looking at ‘Ripple (10)’ and ‘Ripple (11)’ starting in April, to follow Ripple’s sell-offs.

It is important to understand that the company usually liquidates its holdings in strategic moments. Essentially, the sell-offs represent a relevant weight of the token’s 24-hour trading volume, capable of influencing short-term price action.

Moreover, the institution has demonstrated it can dump extra amounts of XRP, besides each month’s unlocks. In February, an extra 100 million was deployed for that intent from a dormant wallet in Ripple’s control.

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