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  2. Rumor has been that he will serve as DTA (Director of Twitter Affairs) [emoji41] Verzonden vanaf mijn iPhone met Tapatalk
  3. Well... https://www.wsj.com/articles/bitfinex-used-tether-reserves-to-mask-missing-850-million-probe-finds-11556227031?mod=rsswn
  4. here is the group of Ripple-paid hired trolls. Do u remember ChickenRegal with title Best Contributor? and where is he now? where is Hodor? ))) all of them disappeared from here. They lured many people here into the fraud of Brad and Co and now enjoying the moment. XRP is one of the best tricks for last years))
  5. Well, I have bots running on XRP DEX and exchanges, and this month got over 5k XRP on XRP DEX as profit, don't worry me, I have enough time to against ripple fans.
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  7. Well!! I was looking for the best Indian bitcoin exchanges to trade bitcoins, as one of my friend suggested me to choose Airfio exchange which is crypto banking integrated with artificial intelligence and neural networks. What's your thought on Airfio, can I go with Airfio let me know.
  8. Pretending to have Uber, Amazon and Facebook for customers is blatant deceit. Promising dozens of banks is also misleading. Regulated industry or not you can't just do that and I was surprised to see it's still going on.
  9. Launching 26 fiat-backed stablecoins won't get you anywhere. You'll have a credit card which can handle all those coins. You can instantly swap funds from stablecoin to stablecoin. All this doesn't make any sense when you can hold one currency which can convert instantly into any fiat when having to pay with your credit card (or Wirex card)... Anyhow; let's face it. In order to get the XRP ecosystem healthy, we need regulation. Banks won't jump into something of which governments say it's no good. Even the most bullish bank in the world SBI is postponing constantly because of the insecurity of regulation. I am 100% sure that if good regulation gets through, there's nothing stopping XRP to be used by a majority of the worlds largest banks. Ripple is busy building the foundation while at the same time they are busy trying to get some kind of regulation. They know XRP needs it in order to get mass adoption. Whenever regulation is in place, the basis of the ecosystem is healthy and mature enough to launch properly.
  10. Also, Trump told me he will have "yuge" announcement about XRP once we reach 2,000 signatures for the Token Taxonomy Act. Sign now! https://www.change.org/p/congress-pass-the-token-taxonomy-act-to-keep-america-at-the-forefront-of-blockchain-innovation
  11. This is great news! Let's all celebrate by signing the petition for the Token Taxonomy Act! https://www.change.org/p/congress-pass-the-token-taxonomy-act-to-keep-america-at-the-forefront-of-blockchain-innovation
  12. When you step back and consider the selling of XRP by Ripple , the whole thing just seems wild. Here is a made up currency that has some really nice features for transactions no doubt, that was built from he sweat of engineers many years ago, and now there is a market for it and they can sell it to find their business operations. That allows them to exponentially build the ecosystem and someday XRP could be used for billions or trillions of $s of transactions. The whole thing is mind boggling really. Kudos to Ripple. As for holding XRP we will just have to see what this amounts to over the next 5-10 years.
  13. Thank you for your answer but I am not interested in Bitcoin. Miners need to sell their BTC so they can keep their network working. We can see from BTC what happens with miners if price goes down. They bankrupt. So, keep selling pressure can destroy them. Can the vety same thing happen to xrp because of Ripple? Yes ofcouse, and I think ripple is close to do that. Since price is fixed for 3 months, that means they sell max they can. It is about time before they milk all the money and price drops. What can prevent this? Progress, do we have it? Yes. Is it enough for Ripple so they can keep selling at this rate? Absolutely NOT. EDIT: Last year when the price dropped to 25c they stopped stelling. Why did they stop? So price can recover or they thought they cant target new people so there was no point in selling? We both know the answer,!!! Which means they do CARE about price so they can KEEP SELLING. Low price = no NEW investors. PERIOD Why now, when the price is literally 10% higher, fake volume is probably also higher they sell max they can? They even INCREASED sell pressure. Why not reduce sell pressure so price goes up few CENTs, attract NEW people with that and ACTUALLY make XRP DISPERSE instead of dumping it like there is no tomorrow? EDIT2: I wonder how long that link is broken. Checking number of new account can easily kill your argument that with progmatic sells they target new people. https://xrpcharts.ripple.com/#/accounts
  14. Why do I feel like you are faking your accent?
  15. As a quick test, you can toggle forward with the WebSocket api tool. https://developers.ripple.com/websocket-api-tool.html#account_tx I haven’t tested the same with http requests.
  16. Hi @nikb I hope all is well. I’m probably missing something here, but if I connect to a Ripple server (s2 or testnet) via WebSockets, and send an “account_tx” command, with the parameter “forward:false”, then I send the same command with “forward:true”, shouldn’t I get the transactions indexed in the opposite order compared to the first request (assuming there are no new transactions and the limit covers all tx for the account)? Changing the forward param seems to have no impact on the response. Oldest transactions are always indexed first in the response. Am I misunderstanding how the forward param works?
  17. Energy bills are denominated in fiat. This forces the exit he describes. BTC is not a unit of account like USD or EUR.
  18. Can you please change the herbdizzle twitter to: https://twitter.com/podcastXRP Thanks in advance! James
  19. https://toshitimes.com/hacker-uses-exploit-to-mint-2-25-billion-stellar-lumens/ GO XLM.........
  20. I never quite understood the validity of the concept of a stable coin. In order to peg one token to another (say dollar) someone has to buy or dump tokens in order to keep it stable. The dollar is stable, so the token doesnt have to do much work to remain pegged, but what if that situation changes? I refer to the pound trying to peg to the Mark. and Franc back in the early 90s. the phrase that became popular was that “you cannot buck the market.” https://m.dw.com/en/20-years-of-black-wednesday-how-george-soros-toppled-the-bank-of-england/a-16243427
  21. only happened once. BTC on the other hand is not. Its not a wrong move but does carry higher risks
  22. Thailand initially banned crypto across the board until they had the ideal regulatory framework to support innovation while providing safeguards against fraud etc. Take a look at Digital Assets in Thailand: Restriction to Regulation in Just Three Months.
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