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ChuckN

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  1. Judging by his quotes this guy has about as much authority on XRP as the dregs and downrampers that hang out on these pages.
  2. It's been this way for the entirety of 2019. Most of these accounts should be banned. Moderation on here is a total joke.
  3. XRP gave a great return for those who held it from 2016 to now. What a ridiculous comparison.
  4. Bye Greg. All the best. P.S. Don't be Greg.
  5. Sure. Sound advice. Except how is this any different from being robbed at gunpoint for your bank account PIN, or a retina/fingerprint scan for access to your online banking app?
  6. 2bn volume isn't exactly "low", in terms of XRP's historical volume.
  7. The entire market rose, so, there goes that theory.
  8. This thread is a veritable who's who of doubting, angsty, blow-ins.
  9. From the guy who joined last month. Must really be keeping tabs on that traffic these last 3 weeks. Can you share your stats?
  10. ???? The end user doesn't get a say in which shopping cart they use. 25% of ALL, yes ALL active ecommerce sites are built with Woocommerce. That's a lot of potential exposure to XRP as a payment option.
  11. Oh dear. Please explain how JPM will use their coin to settle International remittance with the big Chinese banks.
  12. The chances of BTC reaching $100 in the next 50 years would be so remote we would all have more chance of being struck by lightning , surviving and then winning powerball the following week . - said someone in 2012
  13. Just playing devil's advocate but can't they just buy it from the monthly escrow release?
  14. Yep anyone can cherry pick numbers but appears you have also. CMC shows XRP a high of 80c and a low of 72c (not 1.00) on Feb 8. https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/ripple/historical-data/?start=20180207&end=20180210 Either way, the "lost big vs BTC" argument is a bit OTT. If anything they've performed equally poorly over the last 12 months.
  15. Not sure what all that gibberish was but my reference was towards long drawn out periods of not much happening. In that regard 2017 was no different to 2018.
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