Who's going in on CryptoCurrencies? XRP - Bitcoin

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1000 coins , 100 times. That's the goal.
I hope XRP makes a splash. Set me up for all my goals.

Anyone else going in on coins while prices have dropped?

Dynasties are at war now. I'm going with the big banks. Everyone's about to go against china and i think that ripple is their choice for the future.
 

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@Darth

Def disagree. What i see right now is exaclty what was predicted. XRP is splitting from Bitcoin trends. It's almost consistently doing it 'own thing' right now.

XRP apears to be heading toward something... a spike... an increase.

If it restabilizes at a new high this week for the last 30-45 days... i think it's going to repeat a trend of small growths and then some big news will hit before of the year that make it to a $1+ prominence.

These are just my speculatory thoughts.

Too much money and investment is involved for it to fail. These types of giants, just don't fail. Not Google.

Not in this age. Only fools are going against the Tech world giants at this point. Only room for new blood with powerful ideas that that new giants benefit from.

Check out this news:
https://www.crypto-news-flash.com/ripple-former-goldman-sachs-employee-predicts-1500-xrp-rally/

if this actually ahppens.......... i'll probably not log on the web again for a long time and by the time i come back, in my avatar i'll look like some mythological jesus figure, after coming back from living in all the places i used to look at photos on, in Google search typing "cityname + skyline" lol
 
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Navin: Do you have price targets for XRP?

Steve: It’s designed to have a value of 10,000 per coin. This assumes every retail transaction and international currency transfer uses XRP. This is very optimistic and a long way off. As it goes up I will take some profits at certain times, but I don’t have a targeted price to sell all of it.

Navin: Do you have stop loss prices for XRP?

Steve: Like any investment This relies on an investors current financial position. Right now I am in wait and see mode.

Navin: How long do you plan to hold and why that long?

Steve: When I made the purchase of the coins I was in to for the long term. At least 5 years.

Navin: What other cryptocurrencies do you hold and why?


Steve: I do hold a few other crypto currencies. In short I look for value. Each coin has a functional use and that’s what I evaluate. How will the technology play into the future is what I ask my self. It sounds nuts but I like to watch futuristic movies from the 80s and 90s and if I see the tech there ... it gives me the impression that people expect to see it in the future.
Forbes: https://www.forbes.com/sites/johnna...-watch-says-vegas-blackjack-pro/#6eda9cfa51f1

Steve is supposed to be a Blackjack pro with an MBA and an MD. He has a vast medical and risk assessment knowledge.


I did not realize XRP was designed to be worth $10k. I hope this guy's right and Ripple's right.

5 Years is a long time but i can't imagine a better return on anything
 

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Interesting: Elon Musk and gang hacked

“I’ve met 5 presidents, 3 secretaries of states, Ambassadors, the Queen... and I can see some bitcoin losers in the audience.” Dan Peña​
 

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Yes, this whole story sounds like free promotion .

Cryptos got a lot of attention but Crypto Walletss weren't hacked from the summary I read yesterday. It was twitter accounts that got hacked.

People hacked twitters and said "Send me $X in cryptos and get $XX back"

I can't imagine many smart people sending in money to a random offer like this but it's hilarious if they made a lot of money from it.. to me that's kind of a chuckle for the stupidity.

Going to see a few weak links fall off and i bet the prices hit a small surge back up.
 

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This is one of the wallets, made $117K - Buttcoin Address: bc1qxy2kgdygjrsqtzq2n0yrf2493p83kkfjhx0wlh

This just reminds me how stupid Crypto is. This nonsense provides no value to the world. Just people pretending currencies are going to make them trillionaires and get rich before the music stops playing - musical chairs.


Cryptos is still not and will never be easier than cash or credit cards - therefore it will never be mainstream, therefore it's a waste of fucking time. I'm banning myself from this thread.
 
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They had access to multiple high level Twitter accounts and the best scam they could come up with was the old send me X and I'll send to 10x scam for $120K. What absolute chumps.
 
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I bet they expected a way bigger haul as well...
I'm kind of expecting that they failed to cover their tracks properly, because of how amateurish this looks.
 

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It's time to give back!

If you send me $1000 in BTC, I will send you $2000 back.

For real though, I think this could be an attack from a foreign actor to weaken trust in social medias ahead of the US election.

Someone might have deduced that Biden would be worse for them than Trump and then correctly assumed that Twitter and other social media has a strong leftwing bias.
 

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This is one of the wallets, made $117K - Buttcoin Address: bc1qxy2kgdygjrsqtzq2n0yrf2493p83kkfjhx0wlh

This just reminds me how stupid Crypto is. This nonsense provides no value to the world. Just people pretending currencies are going to make them trillionaires and get rich before the music stops playing - musical chairs.


Cryptos is still not and will never be easier than cash or credit cards - therefore it will never be mainstream, therefore it's a waste of fucking time. I'm banning myself from this thread.
Give you this. You got balls.

You really think all of these billionaires, top minds of our generation in business, and global monsters of companies .................. Are all moving into this .... without the same level of knowledge as you?

Bitcoin is real. Not sure how you think it's fake.. but that coin was worth what? $35 just 10 years ago. Now it's at what.. like $9000.. and it's a real asset. real-time.. No 'theory' involved. You can cash out today. It's literally worth more than gold.

There's already uses lined up for the diff coins and stores are already using them globally. Companies are developing systems to integrate with.

If you think ALL OF THAT MONEY that's already molly-whopped traditional wealth figure's earnings.... is going to fall at this point. I think you might as well play craps with all your life earnings too. That's the odds of your argument winning if not less.

My thought, there's just dyansties fighting for control at the moment......... but when the smoke clears, there will be some new big fish in the pond.
 

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You got balls.
You goddamn right!

Bitcoin is real.
You can't buy an apple (fruit) with Buttcoin.

In fact Stripe stopped taking Buttcoin cause the volatility of the "currency" made it impossible to set prices.

If I wanted to buy an apple and only had Buttcoins how would I do it? And since you can't buy a simple Apple with Buttcoin without a ton of hoops to jump through - first find some fruit seller that takes Buttcoin, and do the exchange, or find an ATM that has withdrawals fees that aren't 20%, then get cash or put it on a Visa/mastercard/prepaid card and THEN buy the apple.

That's a whole lot of nonsense to jump through to buy a piece of fruit.

Buttcoin is not a currency cause there is no proper stable exchange rate. A Buttcoin apple today might be worth $3 then tomorrow $10. WTF.

It's been like 10+ years - and yet no one can figure out how to buy a simple apple in an easier or faster manner than cash or credit card respectively with buttcoin.

It's not a currency if you can't explain how to buy a simple apple with it.

Companies are developing systems to integrate with.
They are mostly using the blockchain "technology" - which is basically a digital ledger at best.

People in Buttcoin are only in it to get rich when the "currency" value increases. They don't actually care about it. Other than speculation there is no inherit value to the world.

What problem does it solve? It's not faster than cash. It's not easier than a credit/debit card. It's 100x slower to confirm a transaction, and with the wild volatility you can't price anything.

If you want to get rich off of speculation that's fine. Commodities are speculated on daily. But let's not pretend Buttcoin is "revolutionizing" the world.

It's pretend nerd money at best. A scam at worst. And a waste of time somewhere in-between.
 

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Mods, please dont delete my post.

But I'm only here because someone used "buttcoin" in this thread and I'm waiting to see how long before @secretagentdad gets alerted and possibly posts in here.
 

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can I like pay money or something for u to add a forum plugin that changes all references to butt coin to shit coin or sheet coin? Imma ride this meme for a bit.

bet there is lots of good pointless rent here.
 

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Everybody's shopping online now
- read the list of stores you can make purchases with bitcoin at here
https://www.buybitcoinworldwide.com/who-accepts-bitcoin/

A more in-depth list:
https://99bitcoins.com/bitcoin/who-accepts/

Do it through your phone. I know 2 places that allow bitcoins to be used inside of stores personally and it's only the beginning.

America is going to sweep in on this when other countries 'think' they are getting ahead

They had a plan to issue the government stimiuls is Cyrptos.. Did you not see that? It was literally suggested in one of the proposals

Why do you think it was suggested?

It's coming my guy. Goog+Bezos+Zckerberg has enough money to force countries to change into it. It's over..... Get in now or be laughed at later.
 

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They had a plan to issue the government stimiuls is Cyrptos.. Did you not see that? It was literally suggested in one of the proposals

Why do you think it was suggested?
Cause there are stupid people running government.

Every government proposal has nutty stuff in it.

There once was a proposal to change the USA to the "United States of Earth" cause someone knew we could take over all the other countries without a problem.

Goog+Bezos+Zckerberg has enough money to force countries to change into it.
But Google, Amazon, and Facebook all DO NOT accept buttcoin for payments. So... I'm lost at your point.
 
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Crypto has not that much value for most of you that live in the US or first world countries. But for thrid world countries it's really something.

In the third would countries is were bitcoin will explode. Think of Venezuela or Latin America in general and Africa.
 

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Crypto has not that much value for most of you that live in the US or first world countries. But for thrid world countries it's really something.

In the third would countries is were bitcoin will explode. Think of Venezuela or Latin America in general and Africa.
Banks have already signed off deals
So have Moneygram/Western Union

Hear it here from me first or wait for the news later.

The public isn't even aware of what's about to sweep them.
 

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Bitcoin is an asset class and not a payment method. The analogy compares buying coffee with a piece of land - it was not designed for that. If you want to pay for coffee, just have one of the dozen crypto cards and load it up with stable coins.yada yada

Does anybody have any experience with BlockFi?
 

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Bitcoin is an asset class and not a payment method. The analogy compares buying coffee with a piece of land - it was not designed for that.
It was designed for payments, it's called "CryptoCURRENCY". It's literally in the name. A "Coin" is used as a medium of exchange or legal tender.

You guys have twisted it from it's intended purpose.
 

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Yeap - that's why there were gold, silver, bronze and dozen other coins back in the day to deal with different kinds of value transfer. I used USDC on a Wirex card to pay $200 for a car fix the other day.

USDC is a cryptocurrency.

Forbes: https://www.forbes.com/sites/johnna...-watch-says-vegas-blackjack-pro/#6eda9cfa51f1

Steve is supposed to be a Blackjack pro with an MBA and an MD. He has a vast medical and risk assessment knowledge.


I did not realize XRP was designed to be worth $10k. I hope this guy's right and Ripple's right.

5 Years is a long time but i can't imagine a better return on anything
Hmm - I think the token burn happens only if a significant number of people/banks use XRP as a non-volatile means of transfer for cross border payments - and that is not possible now that there are a lot of USD/Gold pegged stable currencies doing just that. For 100 billion coins to reach $1000 each , the market cap of XRP has to be around 100 trillion? Even if A LOT of people use XRP SOMEHOW and burn half the tokens , it still has to be 50 trillion in market cap. That's not possible. To make matters worse, 60% of supply is with their parent company which means its not really "decentralized".
 
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I was never a fan of cryptocurrency but a while back when i was being extorted by a police officer in a third-world country and my bank card decided now was the perfect time to do a fraud inspection it pretty much saved my life and liberty.
 

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