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  2. Ripple and XRP’s competitive advantage seems to be shrinking daily. If they don’t get rolling soon, regulations or not, they may lose it entirely.
  3. Won't work, since it's the XRP TipBot Hotwallet you'll find
  4. Hey! I noticed this Tweet from you and replied;
  5. This is an interesting concept, and the thought I had was 'one person handing off the actual crypto to the next generation.' Fascinating to think of a younger generation being asked 'how did your grandfather make his money?' and the answer being 'he bought cryptocurrency when it was undervalued.'
  6. Wrong We send money O/S regularly and it's fast now versus the three days it used to take now a couple of hours ! xrp nor xcurrant used either
  7. And we were at what, .40 last week? If I had a zerp for every time someone said we're about to break out over the last 24 months.......I'd have a lot of zerps.
  8. i have no doubt xrp will eventually go above $5 and no, not in 589 years
  9. the only thing bizarre is you sayin remitances are vastly improved! They Arnt!
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  11. pfff, im in this for the long run, you need to be more committed & get off the fence before your arse is hurt!
  12. yerr-nah your such an example of what you speak of! Amazing you know your bank is using xCurrent. Don’t know how you can tolerate spending any time on XRP Chat or at yer fkn bank. It’s got to be driving you crazy! Pick another asset that is going to perform and save yourself from the XRP madness! Don’t waste your time with sick and angry masses. There’s no future in it.
  13. A very cogent and well reasoned argument. Can you explain exactly how XRP could or would be used to avert a credit lock-up like we almost had in 2008? That liquidity crisis, or one like it? I'm not busting your chops.....I want to understand better how it would work. I don''t have all the pieces laid out in my mind. Because that is what you mean when you say liquidity crisis. Yes? I know that the successor to the dollar as the Reserve Currency has been seen (by the CB's) as the SDR basket or some other basket...rather than the Reminbi (as I used to think). I think that's correct. Yes? No? And I understand that eliminating cash transactions is a goal of all banks (and governments)... Said to be in order to force people to accept "negative interest rates" (aka being robbed by your bank) but also with the unstated goal of eliminating financial privacy and putting an end to underground economies that don't pay tax. Yes? And I understand that digitization of money is already here and will become universal. I think cash is doomed. It will take some false-flag financial crash event to make many people accept it completely., maybe.....but maybe that isn't even necessary. Because it is much more convenient for personal bookkeeping, most of us use digital money as much as possible already.....and now people pay with their phones. ( I don't, but I'm over sixty. I see it coming everywhere I look though..) Except for a few old people and black marketeers. Whole Foods Market here won't take a check now. I wonder if they would take cash if there was simply a new law that said it was okay to not ACCEPT cash as legal tender? I bet they would just say "Sorry." You wouldn't have to eliminate cash...just make hard to use in most places and easier to and less painful to use digibits And blockchain money could make every transaction have provenance and transparency....which is good from an organizational standpoint but horrible from a privacy standpoint. But I doubt I'll be asked to vote on it. lol. As soon as I really started learning about blockchain the first thing I saw was that it would (when it was eventually understood well) really appeal to the IRS and the Congress. Right now they're worried about Bitcoin, the Rogue Money of the People....but at some point they will understand that they could use blockchain as a tool to enslave us even more than we already are....it's a two edged sword. Are you thinking that XRP could simply become the world's single digital currency? Because I suppose it is possible. I believe that there is a globalist agenda among certain world elites. Not sure it's close to becoming reality,.....but a single, traceable, world-wide digital currency would take us much closer to it. This sort of thing has happened before.....and people accepted it. I always tend to think people will protest.....but it might slide right on by. When they wanted to start a federal income tax, it was justified to Americans because it was wartime (WWI). When they began withholding tax from employee paychecks it was another war (WWII) , and another sacrifice they said had to be made. On both those occasions it was promised that it would be temporary, but they forgot about that promise after the wars. Now we're more or less at war with somebody all the time anyway. One more sacrifice. --------------------- What I don't see or understand is how fast bank settlement averts the next global credit melt-down. Am I missing something? Is that somehow part of averting a crash? Because we have a lot of well-informed people on this forum who say the value of XRP is going to come primarily from its intended use case of cross-border settlement. With a world financial crisis, transaction speed is not part of the solution...if anything, it's part of the problem, looks like to me anyway. And Central Banks...would they somehow be able to disenfranchise the XRP Hodlrs by just making an XRP knock-off, like Jed did? Wouldn't they do that as a matter of course? They have Ripple. Jed is available. if they have the tech, do they still need the coin and the existing ledger? I expect banks to always try to screw me. I'm skeptical of banks and their motives of "customer service and consumer protection". WTF do they think they're snowing with that bullish*t?
  14. yerr-nahhh tiff may sound miffed but has probaly forgotten that WietseWind is applying for a banking licence, besides maybe it's WW's fault he didnt get more peanut butter
  15. Question Four (CryptoEri): "𝘏𝘰𝘸 𝘥𝘰 𝘺𝘰𝘶 𝘴𝘦𝘦 𝘵𝘩𝘦 𝘟𝘙𝘗 𝘦𝘤𝘰-𝘴𝘺𝘴𝘵𝘦𝘮 3 𝘺𝘦𝘢𝘳𝘴 𝘰𝘶𝘵?" Answer (Hodor): "𝘛𝘩𝘪𝘴 𝘲𝘶𝘦𝘴𝘵𝘪𝘰𝘯 𝘪𝘴 𝘰𝘯𝘦 𝘰𝘧 𝘵𝘩𝘦 𝘮𝘰𝘴𝘵 𝘪𝘮𝘱𝘰𝘳𝘵𝘢𝘯𝘵 𝘧𝘰𝘳 𝘮𝘢𝘯𝘺 𝘭𝘰𝘯𝘨-𝘵𝘦𝘳𝘮 𝘥𝘪𝘨𝘪𝘵𝘢𝘭 𝘢𝘴𝘴𝘦𝘵 𝘪𝘯𝘷𝘦𝘴𝘵𝘰𝘳𝘴. My favorite and I agree Hodor...I mean, Dad. But I think the “term” is an important aspect for anyone putting money into XRP. It may still be a while yet before we’re in a position for great returns. I think many here were convinced crypto was a get rich quick scheme and that’s why they bought. And depending on what and when you bought and sold that could be true. Yet I think this still has the potential to create generational wealth but that’s likely possible only for long-term digital asset investors. Three years from now things will be much clearer but three years in crypto is like 30 years for many. Seems odd to think that three years is in the ballpark for long-term consideration. Always a pleasure @Hodor. Many thanks!
  16. yerr-nah your so fkn wrong! the day b4 yestetday i did some bank tx's "from" and "to" my exchange and "from" and "to" my brother who is with the same bank. "From" the bank stilk takes overnight. Settlements are still pathetically slow. Banks are still fking us hardcase. The world is sick of & angry about banks, xrp will be the standard!
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