A recent research report by The Tie revealed,
“While longer-term sentiment metrics on XRP are negative, conversations are now positive in every single country. No other coin in the top 5 by market cap has a majority of positive tweets in every country.”
According to the report, Singapore recorded a massive volume of 85.45% positive tweets about the digital coin. This was followed by Brazil with 85.42% and Croatia with 83.75%. Of all XRP tweets, Turkey stood fourth with 74.63% optimistic tweets, and Sweden was ranked fifth with 71.43%.
At press time, the sentiment for the coin stood at 53.05% neutral, as it tilted towards the positive side.
The research also provided conclusive evidence of countries with the “Least Positive” XRP tweets. These were Mexico with 53.19%, South Africa with 57.58%, Belgium with 58.12%, and Nigeria with 58.82%. Japan, with 60.1% tweets, had the highest volume of a negative tweets about XRP.
Following XRP’s trail was Litecoin. In terms of attitudes toward Litecoin, the research found that 85.42% of the positive tweets came from Russia. This was followed by positive sentiments from Indonesia and Turkey with 79.59% and 78.26% tweets respectively, on the social media platform.
Spain and Singapore with negative tweets of 63.89% and 62.07% respectively, topped the list for “Least Positive” sentiment about Litecoin.
Ethereum garnered 81.9% positive sentiment in Pakistan. This was followed by Ukraine with 79.14%, and South Africa 78.57%. Netherlands and Nigeria remained highly positive for the second-largest cryptocurrency by market cap, Ethereum. Countries found to be extremely negative on Ethereum were Mexico with 54.84% negative tweets, followed by Belarus and Seychelles with 50.89% and 44.78%, respectively.