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  1. 15 points
    I don't intend to disagree with the overall sentiment of your statement. My experience is that - by and large - things of significance do tend to get leaked. I agree. I will just note here, however, that the largest Ripple announcement was with regard to Moneygram and the only "leak" came from a relatively obscure crypto personality called CryptHawk (who is much less obscure now since being the leaker) who only sort of got it right. My assessment of his source on this leak was that - most likely - he had contact with some sort of Russian hacker who had a RAT installed on the computer of one of the paralegals working for the MG or Ripple lawyers overseeing the transaction. This was a major event for Ripple and MG. This was the most significant event thus far in crypto, IMO, with regard to mainstream adoption. And the sole leaker was largely dismissed - mainly by the XRP community - and the leaker himself was a very obscure, relatively irrelevant individual who leaked the information. This was no actual insider. Here's what I think: I think Ripple/XRP news is big for US. But I think - by and large - comparing Ripple/XRP/Crypto news to Apple's iPhone model releases is a massive overestimate of the majority of the population's concern over Crypto. Virtually everyone knows what the Iphone is. By and large, most people don't know what Ripple or XRP is and - as far as bitcoin/crypto goes - most people still just don't care. As such, it's just much less prone to leaks. I think your error here is an error of scale. It would be leaked if there were really that many people who cared. Yes, the "XRParmy" seems large to the crypto space, but the crypto space is still very, very small. That said, I do think most of the partnership rumors are BS. But I don't think a massive partnership would necessarily be leaked in any significant way or at all; at least not now. We've seen a big one go largely unnoticed until it was a done deal. Good point of discussion, however.
  2. 13 points
    Toroth

    Good luck to you all

    It's been a fun and interesting 3 years but i had to sell my remaining stack this past weekend. Not a day goes by that i don't regret not paying off some of my debt when i had the chance. I just never thought XRP would do a 100% retrace considering BTC and ETH did not. Still believe Ripple/XRP will succeed in the long run so i can only hope my finances are in order before it's too late. Until then, I wish you all the best and your dreams of fortune come true.
  3. 8 points
    @Cesar1810 I am really digging that you remember this thread as I was thinking about this the other day. As from my previous post in this thread, the theory stood that XRP moves in cycles with BTC. As predicted, I am still waiting for XRP vs BTC price action to fall (~95%) as indicated on the chart below. The box with the down arrow indicates the support line that I anticipate the price of XRP vs BTC to pullback too. I have an alert to set at .000015 to let me know when/if the price target is reached. The forming wedge that I posted early on this thread broke the support line. I redrew in the line that I think is the new support line. The price needs to hold this line, but if broken, we may see .08 - .13 cents (USD) again. I upped this chart from a daily to a weekly. As far as timing, I predicted the bull for XRP to be by EOY earlier in the year. However, I threw caution to the wind because the crypto landscape is always changing. Again, what I am looking for is when XRP/BTC hits .000015, and then I expect the bull run. This could be well into next year sometime. As stated previous, Ripple moves in a mysterious way that is relatively hidden from the public. Anything could spark a massive bullrun (Feds, IMF, recession, etc.). As for advice, be patient! Ripple is literally trying to change the world, and change doesn't come over night on a global scale.
  4. 6 points
    I've been around technology for over 30 years. I know NDA's and have signed and created hundreds. I know the IT world and the personalities that live and breath IT. With this much publicly revealed activity and strong hints from Ripple leadership on a bigger undisclosed list of users/customers..... Why is there not more credible leaks of info? - TRUE STORY....this stuff can be kept under wraps for months even years, but not forever....there seems to always be loose lips.....where are they? These APPLE rumors if actually had some truth would leak just like there are always leaks around product launches, iPhones always seem to get photographed and detailed functionality made public.....where are the leakers? And what about insiders at Bank of America's IT world.....??? I know I will get bashed for this....but this is what concerns me...... We are not getting leaked validation on some of the great rumors. Yes this seems to contradict "Rumor and no validation".....but how does something this big not get leaked to mainstream media with anonymous sources that puts the mainstream media comfortable with printing the news?? especially with the failed push by Facebook to enter the crypto world.
  5. 4 points
    fatlever

    Good luck to you all

    Anyone that compares XRP or any crypto which are completely speculative assets with no fundamentals to the traditional stock market where companies generate revenue and have fundamentals is holding heavy bags and is under the delusion that just like the stock market this is going to go back up. Yeah, it's speculative. That means, you have to be stupid to think it's undervalued or overvalued. It has no fundamentals. If you think it's undervalued, it can go lower...and lower... and lower......and lower and keep going. In terms of price, XRP is lower than it was 1 year ago, 2 years ago...heck almost 3 years ago. A lot of coins aren't. In terms of adoption and utility, it's very hard to argue that it's any better off than it was 1, 2, 3 years ago unless you're celebrating Mercury FX, Cuallix, etc claiming to use xRapid as adoption. Or you're claiming that Ripple overpaying for MoneyGram stock which is down from an ATH of $280 to $2.50 or in the past 3 months from $6 to $2.50 as adoption and progress. MoneyGrams ATH of ~$280 and current price of $2.50 also goes to show you not everything recovers so it's utterly stupid to say it's "a very stupid time to sell."
  6. 4 points
    mrhat75

    Good luck to you all

    The same type of people lost a ton in 2009 by selling their stocks when the market was in the depths. The people who held and made dollar cost averaged buys ended up with massive portfolio gains over the next decade. A speculative asset should be treated with more caution than traditional investments. I think that now is a very stupid time to sell. ODL is just starting to ramp up. I think it is highly probable that XRP will be at a higher price (maybe massively) within the next 1-5+ years. The sooner the better, but beggars can't be choosers. If you *need* the money right now then that also signifies poor financial planning overall. Buying what you can't afford to lose, not saving enough to buy traditional investments overall, etc. If XRP and Ripple were in the same place that they were 1-2 years ago, as is the case for many coins, I wouldn't blame you. I also wouldn't blame you if the remaining part of your stash was 10 million XRP because hey that is life changing money.
  7. 4 points
    Huh?!?! Because there are no leaks? Please tell me you are joking?
  8. 3 points
    https://xrprightnow.com/moneygram-and-visa-expand-its-cross-border-debit-card/
  9. 3 points
    Eric123

    Epic Pennant on BTC Chart

    Well this move was right on time. Hopefully we can make some progress here and at least turn this trend line into support. @baobeiiiii I'm not sure that miner profitability is the bottom of the market. Since derivatives are now so prevalent - and you no longer need to own bitcoin to sell bitcoin there really is no price floor. Besides when mining becomes unprofitable and miners shut down, difficulty is adjusted and the remaining miners become profitable again. The futures market has overcome the scarcity of bitcoin by essentially creating an infinite supply of bitcoin. Eventually if bitcoin does become the new system I expect that a lot of this fake (fraudulent) trading - ie CME - Bakkt - will become less popular as institutions and individuals will want to hold their own coins and the inflation and hypothecation and re-hypothication of the same coins will not happen as frequently. 18 million bitcoin have been mined. 4-6 million have been lost 11.5 million bitcoin haven't moved in over a year. https://www.ibtimes.com/bitcoin-holders-havent-moved-over-11-million-btc-2018-2877915 (this would include the lost ones) 1,800 are mined a day Yesterday - Over 2 million bitcoin traded!!!!! How does mining even fit into the trading if 1,000X the daily amount mined is traded??? where are 2 million bitcoin a day coming from when there are only 6.5 million tradeable bitcoin in existence?? Is the entire supply turning over every 3 days?
  10. 3 points
  11. 3 points
    Caracappa

    Charting the course of XRP

    I think printing this bounce on a higher low then the low two of weeks ago is a good sign and dont think it will go lower. These same patterns (higher low springtests) happened before, around end 2017. Not saying thats the case, but could be indicator of upward trend. But thats my opinion, could as well drop to oblivion.
  12. 3 points
    OP is correct. It’s very unlikely that there are any major new partnerships under NDA. The chances of something like that being leaked are - give or take a couple of percentage points - around 100%. On the other hand, the community tends to hype even the tiniest morsels of non-news. I expect there are some relatively uninteresting things we do not know about. And I expect those things will still get people quite worked up, fuel conspiracies etc.
  13. 3 points
    One minor detail you are leaving out. While Banks don't need to hold XRP or use it the payments do. This is a key difference. xRapid, for example, doesn't require banks to use XRP. The liquidity just has to be there. - Joel Katz Market makers provide liquidity. Banks provide volume. XRP isn’t marketed to banks. -Tiffany Hayden Guys don't lose hope I have a feeling we are on the verge of something great!
  14. 3 points
    He sold like 7% of his stack? Who knows what's happening in his personal life. Maybe that 7% (I think it was 1-2 million XRP) will secure his and his family's lifestyle for the foreseeable future. It's just too small to say anything about.
  15. 3 points
    yxxyun

    Spam? suspect BTC payments on XRPL

    Stop promote this BTC offer, clearly it's not real BTC, and https://bithomp.com/explorer/rD2MeEcSJLxKst41BCcp5Mrasn2eoSS4Wv bought 100090 BTC with 1XRP and want sell 100BTC for 3200000XRP.
  16. 3 points
    baobeiiiii

    Charting the course of XRP

    I'm de-risking by sell 66% of my stack. It's there in fiat on the exchange if things get better. But the picture looks very, very bleak atm. I do hope to buy back in at a lower level and just get a bigger stack of XRP.
  17. 2 points
    Lambosexual

    The way I see it...

    XRP is elite. By far the only coin worth investing in long term besides maybe VET at the moment. However. The reality is until these corridors really start popping off and these banks get fully involved with Ripple, the price is tethered to Bitcoin. It's not going to decouple anytime soon. Breaking away is an extraordinary feat but if any coin has a real shot, it's XRP imo. TA of XRP isn't really going to tell you much with all due respect unless its in relation to BTC. I see a lot of comments on here and on twitter speculating what sparked the ATH of XRP. As far as I can tell, all indications point to the fact that BTC whales have bought into all the altcoins in their infancy as a way to control the market and in the event one manages to break free from that stranglehold via utility they have an insurance policy. Its all automated by trading bots. Every altcoin went up Dec 17 and into the new year of 18. From what I am to understand much of that had to do with the halvening of Bitcoin in 2016. Right now if you're looking for XRP to moon on its own it's not going to. But the next halvening of Bitcoin is in May of this next year. The following 1-2 years will most likely see that same Bitcoin tide that raises all boats reappear. The fact that Bitcoin is also crashing is a good indicator that the Whales are ramping up. Some think this time they're shooting for 100k. Does that mean XRP will artificially be pumped to 100k? Of course not. But if the past is any indication those bots are set to pump in some sort of proportion. You really should not invest in XRP because you want to pump and dump. But if you did already and you're frustrated now, how dumb are you going to feel after Bitcoin halves and goes to 60-100k and XRP relatively goes to like say maybe 5-15 relatively because of automated bot trading by these magic the gathering nerds overnight? Some people are claiming that this time the pump from the halvening won't be as dramatic as in the past. And that's entirely possible. But if the past is the best indicator for the future, it's a pretty good bet that 1-2 years following May of 2020 we're going to see some forward price action. I'd hold until at least then but you gotta do what's best for your situation. I just know that when you dump your stack I'm going to be snatching it up so I don't even know why I'm bothering lol.
  18. 2 points
    https://docs.google.com/document/d/1RoICYIZYXfKTX6Pn9mxHIAQqYz0IQEWWJ417667Q6F8/edit I didn't the whole thing, but pretty good.
  19. 2 points
    WuWei

    Good luck to you all

    It's one thing to identify a technology, a product, or a service even, that has success written all over it. It's another to not get overly excited and jump in either too early or especially, too deep. Only if you can weather a long storm of uncertainty, with no financial duress influencing your outlook, do you really have a good chance of knocking it out of the park with an investment. It's written all over most of the major success stories, that they've had periods of huge price retracements, before eventually going on to incredible appreciations. It's sad to see people get shaken out of good projects, before their roots have had a chance to take hold.
  20. 2 points
    This! In my country there is a bank that positions itself as innovative. They even started to use Ethereum to validate paperwork sent to the clients (so called durable carrier of information required by EU law). They of course have a special blockchain research department. When I asked the chief of that department about Ripple & XRP I've heard, guess what, "its centralized and ineffective and rather wont be used in finance (?)". In other situation I was doing advisory work (Im a lawyer with hands-on DLT experience) for a chain of bitcoin exchange shops, biggest in the country in fact. The owner told me that XRP has as unreliable mining mechanism, with Ripple Foundation (sic!) having most miners. Curtain. We, my dear comrades, who precisely follow Ripple's development are in the avantgarde of finance innovation but I believe this is also why we are very blessed biased.
  21. 2 points
    mrhat75

    Good luck to you all

    ODL is going, volume is ramping up, and more corridors are lighting up, just as they said. Maybe not on the most optimistic timeline, but it is happening. The point of investing in a speculative asset is to make massive gains. I think if you're too worried now and would rather recoup whatever measly 4 figure investment that you put in instead of waiting to see how adoption goes, then you probably shouldn't have ever gotten into this type of investment in the first place. I completely disagree with you that things look grimmer now than 2 years ago. Of course everything can go to zero, that isn't some novel idea that we weren't aware of.
  22. 2 points
    dr_ed

    Charting the course of XRP

    Glad to see your post. I think you're doing well by learning to ID these patterns. I would say: BTC topped on 6-24 and since then it's been in a downtrend. Until the trend changes the general pattern is downhill, and and H&S is a TOPPING pattern to look for on a chart that is RISING. I realize BTC has risen in the very short term, but I think if you zoom out, you can see that what you need to look for here is a BOTTOM, not a top. The trend is down, and as you can see we would have to break about 9K here to change that. The expectation has to be for more down, unless we see a spike that might confirm a reversal. We came close on 10-25. Also observe the crappy volume compared to say July....we're sort of bouncing around in a low volume bot driven market that makes it hard to put faith in any pattern. A real move, up or down, will take place on bigger volume....
  23. 2 points
    dr_ed

    Epic Pennant on BTC Chart

    I'm not an expert on derivatives, but that is no doubt a factor. This is a real interesting article. Know thy enemy. https://news.bitcoin.com/synthetic-bitcoin-is-100x-more-lethal-than-the-real-thing/
  24. 2 points
    I think that is just the point. Why would the artists allow these different platforms to distribute their music when the only one gaining from that is users and the stores, NOT the creator.
  25. 2 points
    Ok, so if you have sufficient inside knowledge as a current employee to say that using Ripplenet is outside Westpac's risk tolerance, can you explain why they remain listed as a Ripple customer and more importantly, why they became a member of the Ripplenet Committee and how and why they've maintained their seat at the table from 2015 until now? Quite simply, if Westpac doesn't have a vested interest why bother, and if they're not an active user or in testing/development what value can they bring to the committee, and why would Ripple keep them at the table. The questions and the long term commitment of resources by Westpac and subsequent statements like the one below (which is still on the Ripplenet Committee page today) don't line up with your insider information. If Westpac weren't happy in 2019 (long after Mike left Westpac for CBA), that the comment above still reflected their views, they'd simply ask Ripple to take it down. And from what Mike talks about below at Sibos in 2016 it sounds like Westpac had identified a strong business case, the POC went very well and they were hungry for the first mover advantage. Lack of visible activity does not mean they have no risk appetite. But maybe you're right and Mike was poached by CBA to lead their cross-border payments revolution and the Westpac initiative died when he left, but then why are they still on the Ripplenet Committee in 2019? Mike's now the Executive Director of New Technology Product Initiatives over at CommBank so I wouldn't be surprised if that's exactly what he's doing. Please no-one quote me, this is 100% pure speculation.
  26. 2 points
    Is that an opinion based on what you've read and Westpac's subsequent lack of contrary public announcement or actual inside knowledge from a CTO/CRO perspective? I have no particular view either way as I'd happily let the remittance companies break any aspect of the stranglehold the Big4 oligopoly has on banking in Aus but what is clear is that the RBA CBDC model idea outlined in the AFR article doesn't stack up, nor does the volatility argument given, and neither does the 'banks won't use crypto' argument either as no bank ever needs to own or process any XRP, all it has to do is call an API. You might be right about Westpac's risk appetite, but given the liar loan debacle of 2018 and the money laundering you've cited above, I'd say they've demonstrated they have a fairly large risk appetite if it helps the bottom line, and Ripple can do that while transferring much of the forex, credit, settlement, and operational risk onto a 3rd party while also freeing capital and reducing other associated Nostro costs (e.g. funding) at the same time. Unfortunately for Westpac they'd still be on the hook for KYC, AML and CTF checks. The question that's still not answered is why they're listed as a Ripple customer, and more importantly for me, how and why they're a member of the Ripplenet Committee. I've worked at a few different financials globally, and as you'll know they don't give 3rd parties a seat at a technical/governance forum like the Ripplenet Committee unless those 3rd parties have significant skin in the game. Its not like a board seat you can just buy your way into.
  27. 2 points
    Weird and sad that Ripple employees are forced to develop XRP projects in their spare time. What happened to all those companies Ripple threw $millions at, supposedly to develop for the XRPL?
  28. 2 points
    Because in case of Ripple .... NDA stands for No Deals Ahead .... Means there is nothing to leak ;-) Verzonden vanaf mijn iPhone met Tapatalk
  29. 2 points
    People are often trying to connect dots where there arent any. Doesnt matter whether its the xrp community or any other. I do remember back then that someone had inside infos about a possible AMEX deal and few weeks later it happened
  30. 2 points
    baobeiiiii

    Charting the course of XRP

    ^ For me, the only terrifying part is sending... irreversible, final. Better triple check that receive address and tag. The amount I sold today was huge. It's not fun. The rest is easy. I would agree that signing up to an exchange with 2fa, properly storing crypto (hardware wallet) and doing all that safely is beyond what most people would be comfortable with.
  31. 2 points
    ManBearPig

    Charting the course of XRP

    While looking through my blockfolio app’s history it reminded me how terrified it was for me a couple years ago to open up a wallet, write down recovery keys, go through the verification process, set up dual authentication , buy crypto, wait days for it to clear, send it to another wallet address, figure out cold storage and its own recovery process and pray you did every step of the process correctly. While exchanges are maturing and becoming better insured it’s still enough of a barrier to keep many from investing. It’s just another reason to hope regulatory clarity and uniform standards are adopted worldwide for bigger brand name institutions to come up with insured custody solutions that will bring in a new wave a money. This was talked about a lot a year ago but has sort of faded since. XRP would be a big beneficiary of this.
  32. 2 points
    baobeiiiii

    Epic Pennant on BTC Chart

    Anyone seen this? Looks interesting:
  33. 2 points
    Milly238

    Charting the course of XRP

    I wish I had the guts to. I held from $3.80 all the way down to now so I think I’ll just hold it a little longer. Lol
  34. 2 points
    The problem with that 2016 Westpac quote from the AFR is that it makes no sense when examined closely. “If we had a currency created by the RBA – a digital Aussie dollar – that existed on a shared ledger, you don’t need the RBA in the middle saying it has credited one bank and debited another. The transaction is done between two banks directly." Sure, a participant bank in Aus could send a digital asset to another bank in India without clearance via a CCP, but the bank in India in the Westpac statement will only receive $AUD issued on the RBA's DL. Pointless. Which means that this statement is nonsense. "And we would only need to hold a fraction in digital currency of the millions of dollars held in nostro accounts all over the world right now.” The quote, and the rebuttal of DA's (especially one designed as a bridge currency) doesn't deal with the FX/Nostro problem which turns out to be quite tricky to resolve if you're trying to build national W-CBDCs integrated into your national CB RTGS systems: https://waa.ai/O8JU In 3.2.1 (Fig 7) of the pdf, Ripple ODL is playing the role of IntA(local) and IntB(Foreign), and its live now while the other two options have significant problems/barriers and both require some form of Nostro account.
  35. 2 points
    Do you know what was the best indicator for me? DS de-risking strategy. If one of the most important Ripple employees, insider, reduces his stack it means only one thing, in the short and medium term we can´t expect any significant increase of price. Even the best NDA will not protect you from greed of insiders.
  36. 2 points
    baobeiiiii

    Charting the course of XRP

    I've done something I didn't expect to ever do... sold 1/3 of my stack. Just as a de-risking measure, if price goes up it's good for the remaining 2/3 stack, if it drops I can buy back in cheaper. Glass is have full lol.
  37. 2 points
    jbjnr

    Dilip Rao retiring.

    Dear Mr Freaky Sir, You've been the best Fudster on this board for a very long time. Always negative, but with a politeness and charm that makes us all love you dearly. So with that in mind, if you have news from your organization that the formerly cold shoulder of antipathy towards ripple might now become a warm and tender embrace then I think we all deserve to know a little more. In the spirit of sharing, here's a graph from my latest daily plot of USD/MXN corridor payments that shows a slow (but steadyish) climb up the stairway to (buckethead approved) heaven, and like Barry Allen confiding his secrets to Dr Wells, we hope you will in turn divulge to us some of the festive cheer that gives you bullish hope. By this, I mean only to say, 'Spill the beans you miserable xxxxxxx'.
  38. 1 point
    Chocobo

    Charting the course of XRP

    Past 2 years everyone was yelling we will go up and went down. Now everybody yelling we go down. This is good news!
  39. 1 point
    rippletotheend

    Charting the course of XRP

    Is 0.22c the new bottom or the new top? It can’t seem to decide.
  40. 1 point
    Simply said: No. The reason why Moneygram made a deal with VISA is because they want to improve their operating costs and replace part of transaction traffic from their legacy system by using of VISA network. Because Ripple isn´t fast enough in opening of new corridors Moneygram decided to use VISA existing solution for money transfers called VISA Direct. Alternatively they could use Mastercard service Money Send - but probably negotiated better deal with VISA.
  41. 1 point
    The video below is from this year's SWELL conference. It more of less analyzes how payments work under the hood for xCurrent and xRapid.
  42. 1 point
    Ender82

    Charting the course of XRP

    No problem, I am not good at all with TA, I believe a lot more in Fundamentals. I just wanted to share what I saw. Thanks for the feedback!
  43. 1 point
    RBMC1968

    Good luck to you all

    I may be in the same boat here shortly as well & feel your frustration. All the best to you as well. Thanks for contributing to this forum.
  44. 1 point
    MQB

    Charting the course of XRP

    CSC! CSC! CSC! LOL!
  45. 1 point
    King34Maine

    Dilip Rao retiring.

    Well, yes, that's a no brainer. I stated in my previous response that "it completes/fulfills the tenure of HIS most recent role, over the past two years, as Ripple's Global Head of Infrastructure Innovation..." This Infrastructure Innovation program that Rao headed up was a separate/specific marketing/education initiative that Ripple created to focus solely on those entities tasked with overseeing monetary policy (i.e. Central Banks etc.). As I said, his retirement, in my opinnion, indicates that he completed his job with respect to growing and developing this marketing/education initiative not that Ripple will stop educating/marketing themselves. Ripple has been full-steam ahead with key hires for their marketing division. If you look at Ripple's career webpage you will see that they are hiring for several marketing positions. To be perfectly honest, I fully expect that those who were involved/part of this Infrastructure Innovation initiative will most likely be assimilated/merged into Ripple's broader Marketing/Advertising apparatus as the company continues to grow and streamline key business/operational infrastructures.
  46. 1 point
    dr_ed

    Charting the course of XRP

    I don't consider VET to be dangerous, but nothing says it can't correct a lot. I'm not suggesting you do anything. I just just share what I'm doing. I look for coins that are trending.....and I have a complicated system of handicapping cryptos, based on TA and fundamentals. I buy different coins for different reasons. I don't like coins that are illiquid and hard to sell. That is the problem with a lot of alts. Especially for people in the US. It is MUCH easier, imho, when BTC is trending. You are very right about that. XRP is a great technology. It's the banks that are the problem....and the regulators (who are the big banks' toadies). I'm not trying to talk anyone into selling their XRP. I think at some point it goes gangbusters. Right now my two favorites are XTZ and VET. I don't dislike BTC at these prices. I do expect it to move.
  47. 1 point
    Glad you too find it helpful. I'm wrapping up coding on the DoM live charting, then some documenting, and finally refactor the code I've written to process other corridors too. Unfortunately, afaik at this time, ph.coins still hasn't exposed any public API for us data miners... I'm hoping they'll soon add that. Cheers Mpolnet
  48. 1 point
    dr_ed

    Charting the course of XRP

    I did the same thing, although I cut much more ruthlessly. But you're a lot younger than I am. I never tell people to sell XRP, but I sold a lot of mine, and I took a loss. I just have no idea when it will move, and the move I was waiting for didn't happen. I intend to buy it back, and I can do that in minutes if something changes. In the meantime I hope to make some gains on coins that are moving now.. The overall crypto market it is still trending poorly, (short term) but maybe we can find a few winners. Nothing wrong with hodling XRP forever, but I don't feel I can afford to right now.
  49. 1 point
    Check this out (thanks to Crypto Eri and her 01DEC video): https://remittanceprices.worldbank.org/en/corridor/United-States/Mexico Now note the "Total Cost" charges column and how it changes when you click 200 / 500 USD tabs back-and-forth. So for 1.8% slippage overhead is not that significant at the published prices they are showing... This is a great resource to watch.
  50. 1 point
    Working theory. Everyone is asking. "Wen moon?" Well the theory is when XRP measured in BTC pulls back 95%, XRP enters into a full raging bull. This has been the case the only 2 times in XRP's trading history. When the charts are compared side by side there are two signals to watch for. 1. XRP measured in BTC will be less than .00001000. We will be approximately at 95% of the pullback. 2. When XRP breaks above the resistance line measured in USD. Depending on the timeline, XRP breaks above the resistance north of .45 cents. My first signal is an alert set when XRP's price measure in BTC falls below .00001000. As you can see we are a couple of months out, but it looks like before EOY we may enter into a raging bull.
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