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  1. 35 points
    jbjnr

    Q4 analysis/prediction

    Dear XRPChat, As the Ripple Q4Markets Report is imminent, I'd like to present an update to my previous analysis of ripple sales (in thread linked here) With a focus this time, on Q4 sales from 2018-10-01 to 2018-12-31. Part I The previous findings were that Ripple has been selling approximately 3% of daily volume and this trend appears to have continued without any significant change. I shall confine my plots to the period 2018-04-01 (2018-Q2) onwards, as this appears to be a time when a strategy shift occurred in the xrp sales and data appears consistent after this time. The up-to-date plot of daily sales (from the account previously referred to as RP2) to tagged (presumed to be exchange) accounts is and the correlation to daily volume is Which maintains the finding that around 1/35 = ~3% of daily volume is being sold off with the previous days volume (shift =1day) used as the reference. NB. Using the time period 2018-04-01 from cryptocompare.com to today as reference. I had previously hypothesized that ripple are selling xrp not only from their warchest of escrowed tokens, but also from founders/staff accounts since the declared sales of xrp in the Q2/Q3 reports do not tally with the summed totals I found in sales from RP2. This seems entirely reasonable and I decided to investigate this further. Two further pieces of information are useful. The first is that as pointed out in a recent comment by hodor - in the Q3 report, ripple state that their programmatic sales are 0.17% of market total (and total sales 0.43%). This is quite a significant difference from the 3% sales I have calculated. Either Ripple are using a different source of volume figures for their data, or I am not looking at the right numbers/wallets. Perhaps if I take only a subset of the 3% sales, they will match the numbers reported by ripple. In the previous analysis thread, I did not manage to find a good match between ripple's declared figures and the ones I presented - to try to improve this, I looked at the wallets that supply RP2 with the xrp that is sold daily. There are 9 of them, and I have labelled them as RD1, RD2, ... RD9 (for Ripple Daily 1-9). The payments from April until now are It's clear that they follow a similar pattern to the overall sales in the earlier plot since these are just the payments into the RP2 account that are then distributed to exchanges. Perhaps the 9 accounts represent different sources of xrp that correspond to warchest/founders/charity/other wallets that contribute to daily sales. This is a breakdown of the payments from the 9 into RP2 for recent quarters And let us remind ourselves of the ripple sales as published in the quarterly reports We are interested in 2018 Q2/Q3 programmatic sales and if any of the accounts RD1-9 match the figures quoted. The answer is "no", but perhaps several of the accounts together combined match the figures we are looking for. Summing RD1 RD2 RD3 RD9 gives a quite close result for Q2/Q3, here are the numbers The totals are 57.56 and 66.71 compared to 56.55 and 65.27. Those numbers are just 1.7% and 2.2% out for Q2 and Q3 respectively. Perhaps those are the accounts that are feeding the programmatic sales. If that is a correct assumption, then 2018-Q4 programmatic sales should be $83.47m. Allowing for +/-2.5% we would have a range of $81.4m to $85.6m. Actually, I suspect the number will be a little less because RD1,RD2,R3 look like good candidates, but why add RD9 in Q3 which had zero sales prior to then. Removing RD9 from the sum increases the error and reduces the total so I would not be surprised if the figure was a little lower. But I'll stick to $83.5m as a prediction for Q4 sales. One thing that troubles me is that the figures I get for programmatic sales using RD1,2,3,9 amounts to 1/57.33 = 0.1744 or 1.7% of the volume (which is about right, since we are only including half the accounts in our programmatic sales estimate that was ~3%). But in the Ripple Q3 report, they state that they sold only 0.17% of volume programmatically. And based on the figures presented in the report, it looks as though the volume data they are using is much higher than that sourced by myself, so I shall revisit these figures with better volume data. The average daily volume from their data is >$400M daily, which seems about right. It may be that the /v2/network/external_markets API can provide figures that improve the correlations with sales and give a better match to the %volume figures. Part II I said earlier that two further pieces of information were useful. One was the sales % numbers in the markets report, the second is that we do have extra data that might help us identify direct sales as well as programmatic ones. The extra data is the xrp distribution figures. Ripple provide data on how much xrp is in existence, how much is distributed/undistributed and escrowed. If we know how much xrp there is in April 2018 and we know how much is sold, escrowed and destroyed etc, then whatever remains in the difference between distributed and undistributed must be xrp that ripple has either loaned out or sold OTC. If it is undistributed, then it is part of the monthly escrow release but still sitting in a ripple wallet - if it is distributed, then it has been 'used' in some capacity. Lets have a look at the raw distribution data, here I've added 3 columns, 'remains' is just a sanity check to make sure that the totals are consistent (total-(escrowed+dist+undist)) and is zero or occasionally 1 due to roundoff errors. burned is the change in total each month and diff is the change in distributed. The other columns are as read from https://data.ripple.com/v2/network/xrp_distribution date distributed escrowed total undistributed remains burned diff 2018-01-07 39029058672 54000000024 99992855589 6963796893 0 NaN NaN 2018-01-14 39029001738 54000000024 99992777885 6963776123 0 77704.0 -56934.0 2018-01-21 39029011222 54000000024 99992725510 6963714263 1 52375.0 9484.0 2018-01-28 39032356092 54000000024 99992664799 6960308683 0 60711.0 3344870.0 2018-02-04 39094802192 53900000024 99992622540 6997820324 0 42259.0 62446100.0 etc etc ... when plotted the data for 2018 looks like the following graph. Note that we see drops in distributed XRP when it is placed in escrow (or potentially when large amounts are burned, but this is very small since the cap on transaction fees was introduced after a user lost 100k+ xrp in accidental fees). If we resample the distribution data to end of month totals, subtract the total distributed at the start of the period (giving zero initial distribution at the start of April 1st 2018, = start of Q2), then subtracting what we believe has been sold (using the figures we know from part I above) for each month, then the left over should be the amount that has been distributed by ripple, but not declared as part of programmatic sales. It should be 'direct sales' + xrp distribution from 'any other business' (sch as incentivisation of market makers and loans of xrp etc). The next graph shows the distributed xrp starting at zero on 1st April, with monthly and quarterly final amounts alongside. Note that as the distribution data is only published weekly, there can be big differences between the month end resampled and original data. For example, the data for the first week of Dec 2018 is 500m higher than the previous entry during the last week of Nov, and so the monthly Nov fig is much lower than the true data. Fortunately no big differences exist at quarterly boundaries so we don't need to make any adjustments to the data or our sampling. Previously we showed the quarterly sales from RD1,2,3,9 in $$$, the sales in terms of xrp tokens are so we should subtract those from the quarterly distribution numbers which are -------------------- Quarterly distribution -------------------- date distributed(since start Q2) 2018-06-30 146046852 2018-09-30 881583920 2018-12-31 1924354618 which gives Q2 65m, Q3 583.7m, Q4 1042.7m as the unaccounted for XRP for the 3 quarters we are interested in. Ripple have told us that in Q2 their direct sales were $16.87m - but we do not know what price they were sold at. The best we can do is use a flat rate based on the sales we do know about. In Q2 we found 81m xrp sold for $57.56m so we estimate that 23.7m xrp would have sold for $16.87m. This gives us (if we repeat the process for Q3) Q2 programmatic = 81m, direct = 23.7m, mystery remainder = 41.3m xrp Q3 programmatic = 151.8m, direct = 221.1m, mystery remainder = 583.7-221.1 = 362m xrp for Q4 we have Q4 programmatic = 196.3m, unaccounted for 866.5m of which some is going to be direct sales and some is unaccounted for. I had hoped that by conducting this little experiment, I would be able to recover the direct sales numbers from ripple, but unfortunately the numbers don't add up. There is still xrp being released that is unaccounted for. In Q2, it's 41m xrp, in Q3 it jumps to 362m and in Q4 we do not know the direct sales figures yet, but it could be anywhere from 0-866m xrp which would translate into a very large figure in $$$. Probably some of the xrp bound to the R3 settlement is included in this number, and probably the direct sales for Q4 will be very high (I'd guess over $100m). We will know soon and I will update my calculations when the Q4 report is released. Conclusion. TL;DR : My best guess for Q4 figures is between $81m and $86m for programmatic sales, over $100m for direct sales and a ton of xrp being loaned out, or distributed as part of other agreements. As usual, all my numbers are guesswork and as soon as I click send, I'll find loads of mistakes, please consider this analysis as a simple diversion from other mundane aspects of life. edit : deleted an image pasted by accident and fixed some typos
  2. 35 points
    Blog URL: https://xrpcommunity.blog/the-rise-of-digital-assets-in-2019/ Digital assets will rise this year. In today's blog I talk about market cycles and highlight the major XRP news stories in the cryptosphere! 𝐑𝐢𝐩𝐩𝐥𝐞 𝐍𝐞𝐰𝐬: Euro Exim Bank releases a commercial; Mercury FX and Catalyst clarify their xRapid implementation; Coins.ph is acquired by a Go-Jek, a massive technology start-up; UST Global claims they can implement an end-to-end Ripple payment solution; and Ryan Zagone communicates what's needed from US regulation at Fintech Week in Washington DC. 𝐂𝐨𝐢𝐥 𝐍𝐞𝐰𝐬: Coil has now issued invitations for everybody on their waitlist; and Ben Sharafian publishes a blog that details a change in technological direction for Coil. 𝐗𝐑𝐏 𝐍𝐞𝐰𝐬: Thomas Silkjær targets crypto criminals preying on XRP fans; Verso Exchange may use Ripple tech to integrate with banks; Bitrue expands its XRP base pairings; BitPoint opens shop in Panama, listing XRP; Coinfield's CEO likes using XRP as a base currency; @LeoHadjiloizou (Twitter avatar) publishes Ripple's escrow details on his website, along with all 864 XRP markets worldwide; and Denario Research publishes his final installment in the 'XRP Telegram Bot' series of videos. I hope you enjoy the read: Please feel free to share my blog with a friend or share it on any other platform - and thanks for doing so! My blog announcement links on other platforms: Twitter Reddit r/Ripple Reddit r/CryptoCurrency Reddit r/CryptoMarkets Reddit r/xrp Reddit r/RippleTalk Reddit r/alternativecoin Bitcointalk - alt coin sub forum Bitcointalk - XRP speculation thread
  3. 21 points
    https://www.globalcryptopress.com/2019/01/exclusive-members-of-us-congress-from.html For some perspective, just in the first half of this month (Jan 1st-Jan 15th 2019) cryptocurrency startups raised $160 million. Look at where those funds went - Canadian based companies brought in a hefty $80 million, the Netherlands $10 million, the UK around $5 million... but the USA? Bottom of the list with an embarrassing $100k. Remember, that's just half of 1 month - imagine a full year. That's not the only downside for the United States and it's citizens. Even if a startup in the cryptocurrency space isn't located in US, doing business with someone in the US means they must follow US regulations as well. Not wanting to deal with it, they've ignored the country entirely. Once the birthplace of countless breakthrough technologies, the United States now finds itself being abandoned, and ignored. But there's light at the end of the tunnel. I have now confirmed that the Token Taxonomy Act is on the verge of being introduced in the House, where it will soon begin the process of becoming law. The bill's original authors, Congressmen Warren Davidson (Republican, Ohio) along with Darren Soto (Democrat, Florida) are working together to give it a bipartisan introduction. Speaking directly with Michael Hiles, Congressman Davidson's adviser on the issue and CEO of blockchain solutions company 10XTS, I was able to confirm a target date of February 14th (Valentines day) for the bill to be officially introduced.
  4. 11 points
    jbjnr

    Q4 analysis/prediction

    What's interesting is not that they're selling more than they're making out, but they are distributing more than they are selling. I want to know where this is coming from and more importantly where it's going to. This is part of ripple's internal activities that are building the markets that will be needed for the IOV and the potentially revolutionary changes that are going to happen in the money markets if xRapid takes off as we all hope it will. My investigation is just my way of poking through the numbers to see what I can find that helps me understand the xrp ecosystem. Ripple would be foolish to reveal too much of what they are doing at the moment as they need to keep the competition guessing and not overtaking them in terms of technology or strategy. You might think that I am concerned or disturbed about ripple selling so much xrp, but if you read the post in my previous thread, I said (twice) that "ripple are looking after us". By selling tons of xrp they are creating the markets we need for global adoption. Recent threads on this forum have gone into very long winded rants about the way xRapid operates, about the way money is valued and about the way financial markets work. Ripple clearly understands all this very well and also that giving away xrp doesn't have the same effect as selling it. Individuals and Organisations purchasing xrp with skin in the game is what we need to build liquidity. The slow but steady increase in volume we're seeing and the increasing distribution are part of this long game. I'm just trying to find out how the game is evolving as it happens.
  5. 9 points
    Plikk

    Q4 analysis/prediction

  6. 7 points
    Because 99% what people come up with, has either been discussed dozens of times and debunked. It is getting old. Let’s make a 20th topic about XRP being a security, or 5th topic about richtlist or what about Jed? Maybe we could discuss some extra FUD about him that has already been dealt with in 50 topics before. It is getting tiresome to keep reading the same non-sense or exact same debates that come up every other month or so. Use the search function to find out what you’re looking for or in the case that anyone actually has some interesting NEW insights to share about those topics, I’m all ear. But thusfar, that is very very rare. Just look at this topic, the topicstarter is a clear FUDster with an agenda. Otherwise he would make a post adding value to the conversation or come up with something new and interesting. But nope, same old, same old. Just sad.
  7. 6 points
    That's exactly reason why this place lost some great posters able to bring substance to the discussions, unfortunatly. Just some examples like Caligulazbaby, Kings and Queens, John Snow and so on. Have they been always correct? Of course not, but they were at least intellectual stimulating figures, at the opposite of certain people in this topic!
  8. 6 points
    The XRP logo and campaign of "XRP is not called ripples, is not = Ripple". Out of nowhere a "community manager" or whatever appeared here and on social network sites, she "created" a XRP symbol and it gets voted. Didn't hear from her for quite a while. Like it was just a puppet character for the whole purpose of an illusion "community decided" XRP symbol when it was in fact a Ripple employer. Kind of strange.
  9. 6 points
    Being Dutch, Gottfried maybe fell victim of the “ Dutch disease” : Wikipedia: the Dutch disease is the apparent causal relationship between the increase in the economic development of a specific digital asset ( e.g XRP) and a decline in other sectors (traditional services like Swift) I guess he has to stay in bed several weeks with high fever.
  10. 3 points
    so your biggest problem is you bought high?
  11. 3 points
    People in this thread is just giving ispiration to whom is probably paid to find completely new FUD topics, I would refrain from responding.
  12. 3 points
    k33bym

    Proof of Coinbase adding XRP?

    This may have been posted previously but I couldn't find anything myself when searching the forum so apologies if this is the case. I know Coinbase shouldn't really matter but it is usually where most of the beginners to the crypto space begin which would in my opinion have a dramatic effect to XRP (price will probably go down further based off previous events of good news) fingers crossed up. What's everyone's thoughts on this, mainly in regards to authenticity?
  13. 3 points
    Pablo

    Q4 analysis/prediction

    I need to ask you: are you offering a leading question with your preferred answer presented as a question and by doing so attempting to create mischief?
  14. 2 points
    BluKoo

    The Next Bull Run: A Projection

    I am not a mathematician by any means, and I'm sure my method may be flawed, but instead of just predicting or guessing a price, I decided to try and project a price based on previous market behavior. Some of the information I have outlined below is superfluous, but I was making it up as I went along and I wasn't sure what information I was going to use/need 23rd March 2017 From: 0.00719 to 0.01101 Increase: 0.00382 (53%) Time span: 1 day Average Increase per day: 0.00382 Consolidation/correction: 6 days. Spike to consolidation ratio: 1:6 30th March 2017 From: 0.01012 to 0.05954 Increase: 0.04942 (583%) Time span: 4 days. Average Increase per day: 0.012355 Consolidation/correction: 25 days. Spike to consolidation ratio: 1:6.25 27th April 2017 From: 0.03270 to 0.36402 Increase: 0.33132 (1113%) Time span: 20 days. Average Increase per day: 0.016566 Consolidation/correction: 207 days. Spike to consolidation ratio: 1:10.35 11th Dec 2017 From: 0.22752 to 3.36000 Increase: 3.13248 (1399%) Time span: 24 days. Average Increase per day: 0.13052 Consolidation/correction: 378 days. Spike to consolidation ratio: 1:15.75 Bull run to bull run length increase 30th March vs 23rd March = 4x 27th April vs 30th March = 5x 11th Dec vs 27th April = 1.2x Next bull run projected 1.5x longer = 36 days. Average increase per day 30th March vs 23rd March = 3.23x 27th April vs 30th March = 1.34x 11th Dec vs 27th April = 7.87x Average = 4.14x Next bull run increase per day, 0.13052 x 4.14 = 0.54122 If the bull run started tomorrow from a base of $0.32 (combining the projected length of the next bull run & increase in average price per day), I predict it would end ( around 36 days later) near 23th Feb @ $19.80.
  15. 2 points
    Nice.... you keep saying this often enough and people will accept it as fact. As far as I know, and I’m happy to be shown otherwise, Ripple do not ‘give away XRP’ in the sense you are implying. They do make gifts to charities, and they do have an accelerator program for FIs utilising XRP. You are trying (once again) to imply that Ripple are undercutting the value of XRP when in fact they are solidly working on the exact opposite. I don’t know if you are getting 60c a post or just are salty and can’t see the forrest for the trees. Don’t worry, if you have XRP you will do well in spite of your efforts.
  16. 2 points
    Staigera

    Q4 analysis/prediction

    Nah m8 I'm fine. thanks for the kiss tho 😘
  17. 2 points
    Another interesting "looking backwards into GL's views on blockchain" https://thefinanser.com/2015/09/the-finanser-interviews-gottfried-leibbrandt-chief-executive-officer-swift.html/ This quote particular remarkable ...
  18. 2 points
    SicTa

    The Next Bull Run: A Projection

    the bull will start this sunday midnight when Pres Trump announces the USA will default t on all debt by 9am the usdt crashes .50 % bitcoin crashes then moons. xrp follows suit. at the davos conf BG proclaims that x amount of banks flipped the switch. the fenced is lifted between retail and the criminal double ledger is gone. by fri xrp is past 35X . sicTa
  19. 1 point
    On a completely separate note, whenever we see fighting like this happening on the forum, it usually means that morale is quite low. Historically, this has been followed by a nice pop in the price unexpectedly
  20. 1 point
    Well, I do have a sword in my hand, so I dont blame you 😛😛
  21. 1 point
    I started liquidating my BTC for XRP in the summer in a series of many smaller transactions and the utopian predictions and people already counting their money left me skeptical from the start. But I wanted to decrease my exposure to POW and support something that was by far better for the environment. I am still skeptical of the thought of Ripple owning the escrow accounts of an enormous supply and the founders who have themselves a substantial amount. While the XRP ledger is truly decentralized, this fact still does not sit well. I am skeptical about how Ripple can acquire unlimited capital through escrow sales at the expense of retail investors keeping the prices propped up who get nothing. I am skeptical how Ripple could still succeed to a degree if XRP does not become adopted. I am skeptical that competitors will come while USA regulatory clarity is stalled, and will continue to stall amidst a long standing government shutdown. I am skeptical of the possibility that people could get impatient investing in XRP and reallocate their blockfolio to other promising cryptos. I am skeptical that the last bull run will be the last exponential explosive growth phase for most existing cryptos. However, the research I have done as someone who comes from a non technical background along with an ordinary IQ, it still excites me to see where this can go. With continual fundamental strengths to build upon, first mover advantage, and even a little bit of luck here and there, it certainly is worth the risk if you are going long. Heck, if it is 1 dollar three years from now that is still going to outperform the equities market, that is for sure!
  22. 1 point
    I would ask him why is he working so hard to change the financial world even though he can sell all his XRP become a billionaire and live a very comfortable life for the rest of his life.
  23. 1 point
    This type of response is the very problem with this forum/community. Too much one-sidedness
  24. 1 point
    Staigera

    Q4 analysis/prediction

    Go do something
  25. 1 point
    Another great blog @Hodor, thanks. Hopefully your Tattoo isn’t too far away!
  26. 1 point
    The fact that XRP hasn’t been deemed not a security. Digging deeper, they’re pushing XRP as their agenda for their primary solution, investing in building an eco system around it, and hold majority of the supply. They may not “own” XRP but they have the influence on it that is harmful. Oh...and the fact that they’ve delayed their insiders $589 eoy, the $50/24 hours, etc. They’re not good at making their insider employees keep promises. Very skeptical about that.
  27. 1 point
    Hodor

    Q4 analysis/prediction

    Fascinating analysis.
  28. 1 point
    Ripple-Stiltskin

    xRapid - The Beginning Game

    “ everything of value is defenseless” Lucebert
  29. 1 point
    I really like this tool, its really cool. Can only imagaine what it will be like in a year or two. Well done, should be proud of your work there !
  30. 1 point
    XRPJoe

    Q4 analysis/prediction

    Wow lots to look at in this detailed report. Did I read that correctly that the Q4 numbers are higher than the Q3 numbers and significantly higher?
  31. 1 point
    Good question. The rippex website provided wallets that were already in generic executable form, not like in the form in the link you posted from github where you have to do stuff to the source code to build a working wallet - the link you posted contains the wallet source code. In the source code files you will find a file called package.json. Inside that file you will find the ripple-lib version referenced. Hopefully the guys at rippex who created the wallet apps for people to download followed the same or similar directions in their README.md file when building the wallet apps and used the referenced dependencies (including ripple-lib) in the package.json when creating the wallet apps. I'm not a coder, but I gotta figure out this stuff too...won't leave it to chance.
  32. 1 point
    Helmsdeep

    Q4 analysis/prediction

    I concur . It would be naive to think that the world is a nice place and is not fully driven money and greed . Remember Rodger Rodgerson ? It would also be naive to think that the banks will enter ponzi at the bottom and make everyone rich.
  33. 1 point
    The second oldest profession; mercenary. Whoever pays you the most, you provide your services to. Today we call them consultants.
  34. 1 point
    Perhaps. Or CEO of Ripple Europe, a joint venture between Ripple and some European banks...
  35. 1 point
    JA8

    xRapid - The Beginning Game

    Sure, no problem. Many people on this board don't seem to fully grasp xRapid. In fact, I reckon noone here actually fully grasps the way it works. so you're not alone
  36. 1 point
    This is relevant too https://www.federalreserve.gov/SECRS/2018/December/20181217/OP-1625/OP-1625_121318_133062_342361754812_1.pdf 16 months ago, most realised the implications of Ripple being involved with this and today they continue to be so Check out the July 2017 report, and page 57 - I think Ripple has come a long way https://1thr423ga6tg2pem7p36a4sa-wpengine.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/faster-payments-task-force-final-report-part-two.pdf
  37. 1 point
    If you had signed trans prior to the date mentioned in the FAQ then there is a small risk that your key could be determined. Two ways to fix it. Create a new account... ie a new paper wallet, an app like ToastWallet, or a desktop wallet software. Then transfer your xrp into the new wallet. You’ll still have 20 xrp reserved in the old wallet. Alternatively you could just create a Regular Key, for your existing wallet using up to date software and then test the new key by signing a small transaction with it. Once sure it works then you can disable the master and you are no longer at risk.
  38. 1 point
    PhiGuy

    When rich ?

    50sma is buy line for inst. Resistance will be futile- (Q2)
  39. 1 point
    @PhoenixSequence Really Cool.
  40. 1 point
    Truckdriver

    xRapid - The Beginning Game

    I'd rather just have XRP than a fiat , they never improved, XRP will
  41. 1 point
    MaxMad

    The Next Bull Run: A Projection

    I bought most of my stack around ATH. It was painful seeing it go down and I’ve been in the red since January last year. Ive lowered my DCA over the year, but hasn’t changed much But I figure if I’ve lasted this long without the money why sell early on in case of a moonshot being on the horizon? If it’s not my life is still exactly the same as it is now.
  42. 1 point
    MQB

    2019 is winter

    This thread is now closed for further discussion.
  43. 1 point
    Julian_Williams

    The Next Bull Run: A Projection

    @HelmsdeepIt is becoming a bit obvious that your only purpose here is to spread FUD and disillusionment. Your ultra low projections for next year on another thread and now your invention of insane conspiracy theories on this thread make it very clear that you are not invested in XRP. You seem to have a malicious agenda to undermine confidence?
  44. 1 point
    BluKoo

    Charts - How To's

    The whole scene ...
  45. 1 point
    xrpmommy

    Chris Larsen latest blog post

    https://financialit.net/blog/how-can-merchants-utilize-blockchain-based-payments-technology-expand-new-markets-and-increase
  46. 1 point
    alright everyone party at ripplehodlr house in Monte Carlo when xrp hits 300
  47. 1 point
  48. 1 point
    "Located in a beautiful Bourgeois building with direct access to the Port and only a few minutes from the Casino and the Carré d'Or, this magnificent duplex apartment on the last 2 floors is entirely renovated. The apartment features: 9th Floor: Entrance hall, wast living room with panoramic sea views, american fitted kitchen, 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, 2 shower rooms, walk in closets, guest toilets. 10th/Top Floor: living room, shower room, large terrasse with Jacuzzi,Solarium." NEED. MORE. XRP. And HIGHER PRICE AAARRGGHHHHH
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