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  1. when this forum has hardly any post and most of it is negative ripple and xrp, when the youtube xrp army posters have little to no views and when people stop commenting and caring about ripple reddit posts, this is the time to buy
  2. @BPG_XAU no worries i see where to do it u have to go to ure wallet and press send payments> gold> then you fill out ure details Mad ting
  3. @BPG_XAU Hi once i hav bought some Xau how do i redeem i see under gateway faq section on gatehub it says How to Redeem / Withdraw XAU Choose our withdrawal option and we will Fedex you your gold bars. Minimum redemption amount is 10 XAU = 10 g in its multiples (e.g. 10 g, 20 g, 30 g, etc.). We will Fedex you a Good Delivery bar. but im not seeing a withdrawal option.
  4. @speku8 thanks for coming back to post i love reading posts from the veterans here very informative and the reason i got interested in xrp and ripple couple years back, great community to all hodlers crypto is a market like any other when emerging, people take for granted spectacular returns as normal, this year crypto is maturing and i believe the next run up might not be so volatile as in the past, that being said i think xrp still has a way to go the next run up will have to be based on solid use by one of the partners announced sbi western unioin etc, no matter the investment or market best rule of thumb always take profit when you can scale into and out of a position its not all or nothing.
  5. Hodl guys XRP is jus getting started chk out this link basically playing live EDM music but you contribute to keep it goin using bitcoin right now.
  6. Your right this is how there goin to control BTC, this is how they control the gold and silver price. https://www.reuters.com/article/deutsche-bank-lawsuit-metals/deutsche-bank-settles-u-s-gold-silver-price-fixing-litigation-idUSL2N17H1IA
  7. http://www.coindesk.com/initial-coin-offering-ico-where-sec-might-stand/
  8. Hi all jus wanna understand something here why would a group or company doing an ICO collect its funds in a digital currency that wasn't meant to handle the type of volumes expected and thereby causing problems/delays on the network, wouldn't it make more sense to transact with a currency meant for this purpose and then convert to another currency when needed. http://www.coindesk.com/150-million-tim-draper-backed-bancor-completes-largest-ever-ico/ Issues with the sale As with past sales of this kind, the ICO was accompanied by reports that the ethereum network faced significant transaction loads, resulting in delays for buyers. However, the project itself was adversely affected by long wait times on ethereum. According to the Bancor website, an initial funding target was set at 250,000 ether, though this figure was not hard-coded into the smart contract deployed. As a result, a transaction sent on the ethereum blockchain in an effort to change the contract and limit the crowdsale in length did not work as desired. Due to network disruption and delays holding up this transaction, the company said the crowdsale ended up continuing longer than initially desired. Overall, it lasted an two additional hours as a result of the delay. Posts on social media further suggest that at least some users saw transaction issues during the sale. One thread on Reddit drew complaints about transactions being dropped as long as 35 minutes after they were sent to the ICO address. Some participants who spoke to CoinDesk also said that they had experienced delays in transacting, including one who had issues moving their ethers off an exchange for the purposes of participating in the ICO. One exchange operator went so far as to argue that the ICO had increased transaction congestion, colorfully remarking that larger ether buyers were disrupting the sale.
  9. ok thank you love how everything is pulling together.
  10. @ graine ok so if i use coinpayments on my website as a payment option a customer who has an account at bitstamp can pay via usd bitstamp iou balance directly into my ripple account tht has a usd bitstamp iou ?
  11. Hi can someone explain this to me https://www.coinpayments.net/supported-coins-ripple Does this mean tht a merchant can accept xrp as payment and instead of getting cyrpto they can get fiat delivered into there account thru XRP ?
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