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  1. So from the perspective of a business, I don't think it is likely that most of our customers have ever heard of XRP. I don't think it is reasonable for them to go to Coinbase or wherever and create and account, get a wallet and send me a couple dollars worth of XRP to our wallet. It would be nice if they could checkout just like they do now on any shopping cart on the web and for us to receive XRP. Each month Ripple sells enough XRP to keep their operation going. If they were to create a payment gateway and use the XRP that they already are going sell to fund the payment gateway transactions then I would be happy to run smaller transactions through that gateway even if it meant they put the XRP in escrow long enough to eliminate the risk of a payment dispute. Just a thought.
  2. I have a business that generally accepts PayPal payments. PayPal charges 30 cents per transaction plus 2.9% of the transaction amount. With some of our smaller payment amounts (under $5) it would make more sense to get paid with XRP or another low transaction fee crypto. Does anyone know of a payment gateway that will allow me to collect small transaction amounts using XRP?
  3. I called Coinbase on the 888 number on their support page and I was on hold for a bit but after the call I got an email from support@coinbase.com and they say they are working on resolving the issue.
  4. No record inside of Coinbase but this is what my bank looks like
  5. I did not get an alert. I logged into my bank account to find a bunch of money in debits. I was actually about ready to do a purchase on Coinbase but they took my money first.
  6. ALERT: Everyone should check their bank accounts. Coinbase just blasted my bank account with 8 duplicate debits that match purchases I have made over the last month or so. Several people on Twitter are experiencing the same thing and I just got off the phone with Coinbase Support and the guy said they are started to get a bunch of calls about similar issues.
  7. For all of the APIs that I have enabled for them they have you disable anything besides the read capabilities.
  8. I recently found this site https://cointracking.info?ref=C380846 that allows you to import all your trades in and helps with taxes and gives some nice charts and things as well. With most of the exchanges you can setup the API easily so that they import your trades automatically. I use a Ledger and notice that they have an API for Trezor but not Ledger Here is what their site says: CoinTracking is a portfolio manager for tracking of all trades of digital currencies. It provides useful analysis for trades, prices, volume, profit, loss and the value of all your coins. Furthermore CoinTracking offers a specially developed tool for the annual tax return, among other things according to the standards of capital gains, FBAR, Form 8949 and the German Income Tax Act. Trades can be entered in many different ways. Either manually, by an import from exchanges or fully automatically via APIs. The user decides what data should be tracked by which exchange.
  9. I don't think anyone was trying to fool anyone into buying XRP. The enormous decrease in value does suck but that isn't anything that anyone on here can control. Everyone here believes in XRP, myself included. When trying to look at buying a stock or crypto most people use either technical analysis or fundamental analysis. I strongly believe that fundamental analysis shows XRP as being undervalued. There are a great number of announcements coming out and due to the reduction in overall marketcap XRP's price is not responding to the great news but that doesn't mean that it won't. The price of XRP went from $0.006 to $3.83 in 2017 so if you just look at the price from the beginning of 2017 to now it still shows huge gains. If you bought on the high end I would suggest starting to do some Dollar Cost Averaging but that is up to you. Warren Buffett once said that as an investor it is wise to be “Fearful when others are greedy and greedy when others are fearful.” ... When others are fearful, it may present a good value buying opportunity. Keep in mind, the price is what you pay, and value is what you get—pay too high a price and returns are decimated.
  10. Well the Bitcoin futures expired today. However, the weekend seems to be when the market bleeds the most. I am waiting until Sunday or Monday to buy more thinking they are the cheapest days.
  11. I just want to remind everyone that it was only 22 days ago that XRP reached it's ATH. It won't be long before we are all picking out Lambos again.
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