Stellar may test $0.03 in the next year: Will XLM crash?

Stellar is an open-source, decentralized protocol that allows cross-border transactions, but it has crossed the previous yearly low after the FTX liquidity crisis. At the time of writing this post, XLM was trading around $0.089, just above the yearly low of $0.08. Before the FTX bankruptcy announcement, Stellar had been consolidating between $0.1 and $0.15 …


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