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  1. He is actually a bot. In real life too. Why do you think he does not blink?
  2. I'm guessing that was Cory Johnson responding as I've seen him push that market cap calc. I prefer Brad's take on this: don't worry about the charts day to day, focus on utility. If XRP was 10 places lower on CMC I wouldn't give a crap. Although it would be nice if the price didn't go down, heheh.
  3. Just don't look over here please.
  4. From my knowledge of the history of this, I think it's mostly innocent. But innocent or not, it's important to distinguish between what's actually being built vs vague technical spitballing, especially if you're non-technical. I'm amazed at how fast this crap spreads. It's not long before it's picked up by the so-called "journalists" either. With that in mind: NOTHING TO SEE HERE FOLKS, NO HIDDEN LEDGER FOR XRP AND WON'T EVER BE. XRP EXISTS ON THE PUBLIC LEDGER AND THAT IS THAT.
  5. ^^^ there is more to DS' comments than the above. You should go back through his responses on the matter on Twitter. The "hidden ledger" is a BS rumour, nothing more. XRP folks on Twitter have tried to dispel it, as it's misleading, but somehow it pops up every so often.
  6. Is this old or new, annoying how they don't put the date on Insights articles... or at least I can't see it.
  7. It's quite possible he's just misinformed and putting slides together with bad data. More than likely in fact.
  8. Nah, he didn't. Monica tried to suggest that, but I didn't think he committed to it? I got the impression he conceded to being wrong on the bank, if not straightforwardly.
  9. I don’t know if this exists but it would be cool to have a world map of exchanges which are providing XRP and some slider to show the growth of the network over time, highlight official partners etc. Don’t know how many new zerp pairings have been introduced this year but it’s surely a lot.
  10. Thanks for the clarification on terms. So generally what I meant is that XRP needs more pairings and “official” partner exchanges for the network effect to spread. I guess that contributes to liquidity and thus lowers volatility. As has been said a zillion times, the price just needs to be less volatile than fiat over the same corridor, which apparently it already is in certain instances. I think @Hodor has raised legitimate and considered questions in his past blogs, the stuff about volatility etc. seems to be a tired old red herring at this point.
  11. Volatility is not a big problem for xrapid (https://fudbingo.com/). Liquidity is a problem but one that’s getting solved. @Hodor is generally bullish on XRP’s long-term prospects but he has mentioned risks in the past. It’s actually hard to find balanced negative material about XRP but I think David Schwartz has been pretty honest about it. He has said they could be crazy for thinking XRP will work. He has sold some XRP in the past. Them’s the breaks. General manipulation (not specific to XRP) in the markets is a risk to XRP in the short to medium term as it appears to frighten regulators and XRP would like broader regulatory clarity. Who knows how long that could take. Three years? Ten? In the meantime it will be confined to usage where regulation is more relaxed. XRP is a very high risk investment and nobody should extend so much into it to the degree that they are seriously uncomfortable. So don’t do that.
  12. Is this same as what Ethereum is looking to do, but Zerp has already done it? I think on Ethereum dudes call it sharting.
  13. Etc. There's a lot going on on his twitter feed, I haven't absorbed the latest stuff.
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