If we have to believe in current trends and can extend them in the future, there is a good chance that cryptocurrencies will play an increasing role in everyday life. This is a good sign for cryptocurrency issuers, but Ripple will likely be able to take full advantage of this development.
Ripple seems to be one of the few who has thought of a good buffer to properly absorb the transition from fiat money to crypto.
As mentioned earlier, Ripple still owns a large portion of the existing XRP, about 62 percent to be exact. The company also confirms this by stating that about 55 billion XRP is not available on the market. This was a wise choice by Ripple, as it shows that Ripple has a good buffer when the big change in digital currencies takes off.
Because of XRP under lock, Ripple has good intentions to continue to grow, especially if you look at the long run of investors who want to pursue encryption and invest in Ripple around this recovery. With the release of only (part of) its XRP at that time, the company can grow exponentially.
Therefore, Ripple has carefully considered what the future holds for encryption and cash flows in general when booking its own currency.