Who's going in on CryptoCurrencies? XRP - Bitcoin

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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".
I already posted this.
If the major banks and wiring systems pick up coins... it will use almost all of these coins alone.

Agreed, the major news has to be announced but it's already been worked on and there's paperwork that's made the underground news world already before. They signed deals from all I can see.

Ripple technology is not decentralized.... it's not designed for that. IT's designed to be a coin that people can use for current standards of business at a faster speed and to lower the costs involved. They don't care about the people who are crooked using it. they're taking something that was done in Asia and making it better, and making it English, and believe it's coming.

Somewhere above I wrote how many transactions are done daily in wires... it will eat those coins.

You think Ripple's billion dollar investors, who also have now have college graduate programs in universiites, didn't study all this? The amount of coins they have is all based on projected use and also reserving coins for the 'game changers' they want to 'pass the ball' to

My REALITY on the XRP since my last plays were 2cent gains on each 18 cents i spent... or ... basically about a 10% return on the US dollar spent.

Your reality can be whatever you want but this money, in my account, is real. And it's going higher.
 
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I already posted this.
If the major banks and wiring systems pick up coins... it will use almost all of these coins alone.

Agreed, the major news has to be announced but it's already been worked on and there's paperwork that's made the underground news world already before. They signed deals from all I can see.

Ripple technology is not decentralized.... it's not designed for that. IT's designed to be a coin that people can use for current standards of business at a faster speed and to lower the costs involved. They don't care about the people who are crooked using it. they're taking something that was done in Asia and making it better, and making it English, and believe it's coming.

Somewhere above I wrote how many transactions are done daily in wires... it will eat those coins.

You think Ripple's billion dollar investors, who also have now have college graduate programs in universiites, didn't study all this? The amount of coins they have is all based on projected use and also reserving coins for the 'game changers' they want to 'pass the ball' to

My REALITY on the XRP since my last plays were 2cent gains on each 18 cents i spent... or ... basically about a 10% return on the US dollar spent.

Your reality can be whatever you want but this money, in my account, is real. And it's going higher.
It made sense till your confirmation bias kicked in on a 10% gain which somehow validates the use case of ripple - which is in its own way laughable in crypto space. I rode XRP from 2 cents to $1 in 2017. It doesn't change anything.

As for XRP going to be used worldwide for money transfer - great! I hope that happens. But whatever underground deal you are talking about is underground and is not a talking point. Literally every crypto coin shills about partnerships which never materialise.
 

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It made sense till your confirmation bias kicked in on a 10% gain which somehow validates the use case of ripple - which is in its own way laughable in crypto space. I rode XRP from 2 cents to $1 in 2017. It doesn't change anything.

As for XRP going to be used worldwide for money transfer - great! I hope that happens. But whatever underground deal you are talking about is underground and is not a talking point. Literally every crypto coin shills about partnerships which never materialise.
It's not 'underground' as in unheard of
It's underground as in if you do your research, these things are already in effect

Ripple's already signed deals that will put it into Latin America's biggest bank and a general population where 80% use their cell phones .

You further validate my opinion. 3 Years ago you made a ridiculous profit. The valiation of what i'm speaking. It was factually a profitable investment
 
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It was =/= will be.

It might. Ripple ain't the only player, not everyone is aligning behind it, stuff that has been deployed in South America doesn't exactly have a great track record of gaining traction elsewhere, etc.
Don't they drive on corn-oil or something in Brasil?

All I'm saying is that the past does NOT predict the future, and I'm just a little skeptical of why they would start out where you are saying they are.
 

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It was =/= will be.

It might. Ripple ain't the only player, not everyone is aligning behind it, stuff that has been deployed in South America doesn't exactly have a great track record of gaining traction elsewhere, etc.
Don't they drive on corn-oil or something in Brasil?

All I'm saying is that the past does NOT predict the future, and I'm just a little skeptical of why they would start out where you are saying they are.

So you really think

While all these guys behind the fortunes that are passing and ECLIPSING ALL TRADITIONAL WEALTH ...............

Are behind this digital era/technology............ and saying themselves, this is the new wave........

you still think this wont' happen?

Steve Wynn..... Jeff Bezos.......... Elon Musk.. All your celebrities even... Politicans... You think all of them are going to fail and you will be right?
 
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I did not state what I think. I'm saying me, you, and nobody else can predict the future.

Smart and wealthy people have been bankrupted before. Experts are wrong all the time.
Do I even need to mention celebrities? Or politicians?

How many of them predicted a Trump presidency? How many saw Corona coming? Did they predict Brexit?
And that's some big stuff from only the last few years.

An argument from authority is not an argument at all. All I'm saying is be careful when you are so certain. Being wrong and being right feels EXACTLY the same.

I do hope XRP works out, I have quite a bit of it from a few years ago. But I'm not banking on it in the slightest. Hadn't even thought about it until you started talking about it.

Personally I give it about a 10% chance of being a smart investment. Back then I obviously thought it was way higher after I did my research. In my view, the signals aren't as positive as you think they are.
I might be wrong, nobody knows and nobody can know for sure.

I noticed you tried to imply my thoughts in your last post. Just taking what you think a person is thinking and arguing against your hallucination isn't really a winning strategy.

I even explicitly stated that you could be right. You ignored all my points. Nice.
 

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Personally I give it about a 10% chance of being a smart investment. Back then I obviously thought it was way higher after I did my research. In my view, the signals aren't as positive as you think they are.
I might be wrong, nobody knows and nobody can know for sure.

I noticed you tried to imply my thoughts in your last post. Just taking what you think a person is thinking and arguing against your hallucination isn't really a winning strategy.

I even explicitly stated that you could be right. You ignored all my points. Nice.
Damn right. This is basically Q1 2017 XRP shilling all over again. Arguing over XRP hitting 2xATH is understandable but the premise that XRP is going to be the next Bitcoin/$1000 coin is ill-founded and laughable. There are a lot of prominent figures who shit on XRP on a regular.

Since OP posted a Forbes link - from a Blackjack pro like its adds credibility to a cryptocurrency , here is another from Forbes which calls XRP for being garbage.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/thomas...rstandings-about-ripple-and-xrp/#73e298db71d0
 

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We'll see.

All i can say. There's money being made ......

Billionaires are rarely made and even rarer one goes bankrupt.

odds are in my favor on the call.

Just saying.
 

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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.

So far so good.

I'm feeling like Charlie in the Chocolate factory

10% gain on the dollar as of today and hoping it rises.
 

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Coinbase is offering a 4.03% stake return on TEZOS crypto currency holders. Tezos has been battling for the #3 spot on the cryptos market with XRP. I'm not into Tezos honestly. I'm following the billionaires who are shouting XRP all the time.

Also there's a return on USD coin too.

If interested or need help, give me a shout and i'll send you a link on where to sign up for Cryptos. Not even going deep. Simply , follow XRP to me.
 

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XRP is indeed stabilizing... got the feeling a spike's coming soon

Looks like i guessed one trend right. hopefully I get a few more.

This is an account's growth chart -


I expect XRP to go off the charts sometime in the next year............ IT's due for a major growth. It stabilized this year , as the company could put the focus elsewhere ( the transactions system )

When their college programs start seeing graduates and they get placed in the world by the billionaires behind this Ripple/XRP thing.. Just know, you will regret reading ths post and not taking heed.

22nd - 24th.... you coudl have made about 10% on what yo bought but i'm going for the long term .I need these coins to hit $1k ( a joke but who knows )
 
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FRESH, Big News:
https://www.coindesk.com/ripples-director-of-product-unveils-p2p-payments-platform-using-xrp

So ripple just introduced a User to User payment sytem.
You can use it to purchase physical goods online.

PayBurner - https://payburner.com/

It's a plug-in payment system for Chrome and Brave Web Browsers. Remember, i told you this is tied to Google.................

  • Payburner, currently in beta release, allows users to send and receive payments worldwide and instantaneously, Dewitt said.
  • The beta version builds on an earlier Payburner plug-in by integrating PayID, an identifier for payments used by entities such as banks.
  • Payment requests with encrypted peer-to-peer (P2P) messaging and PayID network searches are some of the new features in the beta release.
  • DeWitt said Payburner is expected to make a profit by charging a 1% merchant fee on XRP e-commerce sales.
Who's still doubting what I've been saying?
 

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Who's still doubting what I've been saying?
I do. XRP doesn't solve any consumer problems. It's not faster than cash and it's not easier than a credit/debit card. Nor does it have consumer protection - unless I miss something, that cards have for fraud. It doesn't solve a consumer problem so coming out with browser extensions makes little sense.

It might solve a business problem with the banks - exchanging money, BUT, I dunno quite yet.

The biggest problem is these buttcoin "investors" want it to explode so they can become digital trillionaires and if XRP dosen't they call it a scam cause it an actually currency that's stable. What currencies are suppose to be... Wild.

It's clear the buttcoin investors don't care about it as a currency, they just want to make money, fine. But that had tainted a LOT of industries/businesses that got ready for buttcoin, meaning took the developer time and man hours to implement it = waste money, only to later stop the wasting time with it cause the buttcoin pricing made selling goods or services unfeasible.

You are going to have a harder uphill battle trying to get businesses that integrated with buttcoin, only to leave cause it was a massive waste of time, to get onboard with XRP. That's another hurdle with getting consumer adoption.
 

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Mark my words.

XRP is teamed with google's people, behind the scenes to go at Paypal. And google had another gruop, taking aim at Amazon.

XRP will somehow get integrated heavily into Google, as Google has a lot of money invested in Ripple:
https://www.cnbc.com/2016/09/15/goo...-ripple-raises-55-million-from-big-banks.html

The amount isn't clear but I read about GOogle's former exec (one article), who moved into the Ripple company and was the bridge between hundreds of millions (both liquid & sweat) over a few years.

Bitcoin and XRP are two different things.

Bitcoin = mysterious owner / unregulatable
XRP = clear owners / regulated


The banks are going with XRP... Google's going with XRP...... Goldman & Sach's was 'hating' and changed their whole face with XRP this year....... and that's a HUGE TIDAL WAVE very few will be able to stand against if anyone
 

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It doesn't solve the consumer problem though. It's not faster than cash nor easier than credit/debit cards. Introducing a technology that's slower, harder, and has less consumer protections means there will never be mass adoptions. It's why buttcoin is such a failure.
 

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The only thing I've seen, and it's not even a bitcorn, that's disrupting anything and making life way better is Zelle. You want to see what banks have adopted Zelle?

Why is it game changing? It's like Paypal and Stripe and all of that, without the fees for users. The banks pay the fees and we use it for free.

Paypal
Send: $10,000
Fee: 2.9% + $0.30
Cost: $290.30

Stripe
Send: $10,000
Fee: 2.9% + $0.30
Cost: $290.30

Zelle
Send: $10,000
Fee: 0% + $0.00
Cost: $0.00

That's disruption. You can use it on desktop, mobile, whatever, using only an email address. The money is transferred in like 5 minutes tops, usable, ready to rock. No bitcorn wallets, exchanges, 12 word secret passwords, no risk of losing it all by losing your wallet, no exchanges to go tits up and rob you, no mining bitcorns and using electricity, no blockchain nonsense, no speculation, no pump and dump schemes, and you can spend the money anywhere that accepts money.
 

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We got buttcoin and bitcorn.

I'm submitting my own version with what I do best, merge ideas/tech:

Buttcorn

Who's with me?
 

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To me. Stop looking at is as a 'usable asset' like that
Look at it as an updated savings account.... and keep up with the market on when to pull (but i doubt you will)

There's lots of information about these coins uses and it's clear a lot haven't read news related to them. So it's not a point to argue.

There's some forum members that just made a profit since this post.

And i'm sure many of you have other wasy to invest/earn, I dont know about. So it's okay to remain a spectator to a young "Kobe Bryant" like coin
 

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I've stayed out of a lot of this.

Because I don't care if it's a currency or not, or an asset or not. I don't kick the can miles down the road to know if it's gonna be hot or not.

I just know money can be made today based on the emotions of people and the price assigned to it's ticker name, just like in stocks or forex.

Everybody is right given enough time. That's what I learned about life.

But I don't have forever to live. I don't want to wait to have money in 20 ( or 10 ) years either, in buying XRP/BTC today. If I miss out on a $1 million cash-in ( if I would have bought $27 in bitcoin in 2009 ), that's the tradeoff. I might not be alive today to have cashed those in.

I want it now, so I treat everything as what's the oppertunity now.

Your golden years, ain't golden. Unless you talking urinating all over your Depends.

Fuck you, pay me.

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Absolutely my point.

Average american makes what? $3k a month?

People are making that off trading coins daily.

There's a reason coinbase has 'trade' as the button to purchase
 

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Well. headed towards 25 cents now............... as this new browser extension and platform si just getting started.

8 cent gain for every 17cents you purchased about a week ago.

Just an update......

And these news joints, might be of value to some:

#News1
https://www.crypto-news-flash.com/a...en-bitcoin-ethereum-und-ripple-xrp-verwahren/

Banks can now hold Bitcon XRP, and Ethereum. They just have to figure it all out.

The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) has now published a new letter that clarifies that all licensed banks in the US are allowed to offer custodial services for cryptocurrencies. The letter, dated July 22, 2020, was written by Jonathan Gould, Senior Deputy Comptroller and Senior Counsel, and states in detail that any bank in the country may store and manage the cryptographic keys for wallets for its customers.


#News2
https://cryptoslate.com/xrp-needs-to-rally-over-1500-to-reach-its-all-time-high-of-3-50/

To reach it's all time high, will need a 1500% rally. I see it coming. Under 1 year. this isn't 2016. We're at CLEAR STAGES of cryptos being integrated into society. I predicted bitcoins rise and fall back in like 2016 or 2017..... told a guy how to fix his loss of $50,000 on a a gut whim. I said sell just after Christmas. Was wild to watch it all play out.


#News3
Pandemics & Crytpos .............. THe reason we're really seeing lockdowns that make 0 sense. Come outside, only if you need food, to places packed with all the people who need food at the same hours.

https://cryptoslate.com/ripple-xrp-explains-how-crypto-is-more-crucial-in-a-post-pandemic-world/


#News4
XRP/Ripple Partner SBI holdings............ has technology solutions for the governments to regulate
https://www.crypto-news-flash.com/r...s-digital-token-platform-on-corda-blockchain/
 

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XRP Whales are going into a buying frenzy.

Layman's version: People with a lot of money are buying up XRP. The sudden increase of buying will make the value of the coin go up, as it less availability means a higher price.

prediction -
XRP has pushed to 24 and a half cents today and will likely go past 25. I do question if it will surge again after this as it's looking a bit strugglish at this point. As I said in my earlier prediction however, it would find a new high where it sticks and it's definitely higher now ( i was buying at .18cents ). That's a 30+cents gain on every dollar spent pretty much or 30%+ return thus far

IF IT HITS 26 CENTS tomorrow, it's going to keep going up.

I'd keep my eyes open right now and if you should see a drop of 2 cents or more; sell off. The price will rise again , and quickly. HOWEVER, If you sell at a higher price.. when it hits bottom, you can buy more with the profits you gained. When it rises, your gains will be much higher .

layman's repeat:
- Sell off, while you have profit;
- Buy in again when it hits bottom.
- Ride the wave again as it will rise again,
- Double up on gains from your original buy-in.

XRP has a lot of big news on the brink. Whales are buying in, read this news report:
https://cryptobriefing.com/xrp-whales-go-into-buying-frenzy-further-gains-ahead/
 
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It needs to be said that ALL crypto publications post sensationalist and baseless headlines and content to get clicks. They are utter garbage, really. If you are positioning yourself based on crypto news articles it will end very, very badly
 

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It needs to be said that ALL crypto publications post sensationalist and baseless headlines and content to get clicks. They are utter garbage, really. If you are positioning yourself based on crypto news articles it will end very, very badly
I definitely disagree.

If you're monitoring growth and moves of a company, there's def news that will trigger consumer reaction and some that can be used to help determine 'future usefulness' of a crytpo

If you're talking about speculatory news, that's far different. that's an 'at your own risk' kind of situation.

#1 rule of business however. EVERYTHING is a risk.
 

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Bitcoin’s path towards $1 million

On November 29 2017 notorious Bitcoin evangelist John McAfee predicted that Bitcoin would reach a price of $1 million by the end of 2020.

He even promised to eat his own dick if it doesn’t. Unfortunately for him it’s 97.6 percent behind being on track. Bitcoin‘s price should have been $475,347 by now, according to dickline.info.
There are educated people who still predict this... but John McAfee = hilarious and has put a little more than a foot in his mouth with this one

bitcoin worth more than coca cola -
https://thenextweb.com/hardfork/202...to-bitcoin-is-now-worth-as-much-as-coca-cola/
 
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