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  2. Great post Hodor! While I can't comment on price I'm very confident it will be a very nice number. Xrp has so many use cases and the best team in the whole digital asset world. We won't be disappointed!
  3. I don't want to hijack but i'm curious as to what timeline people here have in mind as to when XRP will finally start seeing it's real value based on utility as opposed to speculation. I'm of the opinion that we have only scratched the surface of what speculation can do for the value of XRP. With that being said though, I have no idea what utility will do. All I can say is that imo, the utility driven value of XRP is 2-3+ years away, and I don't necessarily think that's a bad thing
  4. Zerpening Part 2: The Sequel

    Remember, rockets don’t launch sideways. When a rocket launches it lurches violently upwards and it DOES. NOT. STOP. Once it takes off, you won’t have enough time to get on. Take advantage of the fueling phase.
  5. Rippled - Bearableguy123

    Yeah that is why I'll be looking at the bilderberg attendee list this year. Would be very interesting if someone from Ripple is invited. Definitely feeds conspiracy theories but at the very least we know this meeting does occur yearly and if they were invited, it puts them in the same room with some of the most influential people in the world.
  6. If anyone here is taking a prediction too much to heart, they shouldn't be in crypto. I really don't recall anyone upset about XRPCallings 2nd prediction not hitting. He has interesting posts to read and it was good to hear his point of view. I'm a huge planner and love to think about different scenarios. Bearableguy got me to think outside the box a little, which I have enjoyed. It has me thinking hey, if we reach $50-$100 this year (my original guess), maybe I will hold out longer instead of selling. Whereas before I was doubtful of a $100+ scenario, people on here have given many different ways it could happen. This is the fun part of speculation (for me).
  7. Everyone say it with me CHART!, CHART!, CHART!, CHART! Some of that sweet T&A if you would be so kind. Everyone together now. When Moon? When Lambo?
  8. Thanks... basically how I'd do it too. Hopefully this process gets better for us soon.
  9. Ripple $10?? More like $500 Per XRP

    Saved. For darker days
  10. On-ramp Bank -> Coinbase -> Exchange Off-ramp Exchange -> Coinbase -> Bank (Keep enough on exchange to still make money; remember you dont want to have to add more from your bank to the exchange and accrue fees).
  11. @Stedas it’s spreading. Thinking crypto did a whole video around it.
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  13. Possibly a dumb question here. Monetary value is an intermediary between other assets, this makes perfect sense, money was created to make it easier to trade assets fairly. But XRP isn't replacing money, XRP is an asset that makes it faster and cheaper to move money. Why would decreasing the efficiency and cost of moving money impact the value of the monetary supply in either direction?
  14. Ripple $10?? More like $500 Per XRP

    Corak, speaking from the side line. I enjoy your perspective on this.
  15. Rippled - Bearableguy123

    Malta? EDIT: Nm. Answered.
  16. http://woobull.com/introducing-nvt-ratio-bitcoins-pe-ratio-use-it-to-detect-bubbles/ Interesting article suggesting that market cap might be better as "Network Value" from which we can try to come up with a Network Value/Transaction Value ratio. The author of the article argues that this could be used in place of a P/E ratio
  17. Do you guys think that derivatives settlement could potentially fall under two categories? B2B and P2B? @OzAlphaWolf It's a huge market regardless so even gaining some market share for xrp as a settlement layer will drive value, depending on velocity. Edit: It might also be interesting to also know a rough ballpark of how many XRP are held by founders/individuals (hodler's) with no intent to sell since those units aren't circulating on exchanges or on the XRP ledger I would argue we can deduct them from the 100 billion (and declining) XRP, available to facilitate all use cases.
  18. This is crypto man, we will fluctuate more than 10% in a single day Or hour lol
  19. I'm assuming you were an early hodler and sold near the ATH. If so....what method were you able to use to quickly liquidate your holdings into fiat ? I see this as a potential problem for folks until more exchanges offer direct XRP/USD pairings.
  20. This is crypto man, we will fluctuate more than 10% in a single day
  21. @Tinyaccount I'm sure you're right, we have collectively (on the forum) thought of so many possible uses... I'm pretty sure that some of those other use cases are already being worked on by folks richer and smarter than I am
  22. Bought a bunch of hiking and climbing equipment ;). Must prepare for round the world adventure with unspecified time allotment
  23. hmm someone mixing up stock and crypto markets?
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  25. No, it's practically open-ended. The highest price it can attain is based on a vast number of interoperating factors including ones we don't know yet. In 5 years time we may have a better picture of where it might stabilise.
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