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  1. Has anyone who received their free T-shirt from the people that managed to grab a the give-away via twitter? Or any other type of info about it?
  2. Ripple is a professional company dealing with other companies. They have no obligation or any incentive to release news pre-emptively before all parties are in agreement as to terms and the way forwards just to "save the decline" in price
  3. Let me reiterate, if losing what you invested makes you worried about your financial status or anyone else who depends on you then you shouldn't have invested that money in the first place. No one likes to lose money, but honestly nothing is actually "lost" or "gained" until you decide to cash out. You may be up 1000% or down 50%, until you actually decide to "sell" none of that is locked in
  4. And besides, if you were not okay with losing whatever you put in, you shouldnt have put it in in the first place. I think most people who are okay with losing the amount they put in will be fine and not panic (although I must admit it hurts to see red). People who got overly ambitious or greedy will pull out fast (as we've been seeing)
  5. This latest dip might have you feeling a little shaky, but here's some perspective. If we look at the two other run-ups in 2017, it comes out to something like this (I am using the Bitstamp chart): - 1st run up: 0.5 cents to 6.9 cents, up 13.8x - 1st crash: 6.9 cents to 3.2 cents, down 53% - 2nd run up: 3.2 cents to 39.8 cents, up 12.4x - 2nd crash: 39.8 cents to 12.7 cents, down 68% - latest run up: about 23 cents to 331 cents, up 14.4x - latest crash: 331 cents to ??? A crash of 68%, like the 2nd one last year, would set the price at $1.05. But, in a few months, we might very well have another 13x run up and be sitting at $13, and any HODLr will be really happy! So if you're new here, don't panic, this is crypto! (original post by smallwhitewolf: https://www.reddit.com/r/Ripple/comments/7qsi9z/some_perspective_or_why_this_dip_is_nothing/)
  6. There are alot of reasons why the market as a whole is stagnant now. General FUD is going around, especially in Asia with the worries of exchanges and government legislature. I expect once the uncertainty dies down more than just ripple will see a sunny day on the market
  7. https://news.bitcoin.com/strict-regulations-south-korean-banks-stop-servicing-cryptocurrency-exchanges/ Whilst the article's headline tells it all, it paints the picture with a broad brush without going into depth on the full details. In my opinion its not a bad thing or a big deal. It will remove anonymous trading and strengthen Crypto reputation in the long run as more than just money laundering and criminal activity. I've read that in Korea there is this system where you can create virtual bank accounts for 24-48hrs without any identifying information about yourself (the account holder). You then received a bank account number that you could go to any atm and deposit fiat into. You could then buy Crypto or do any sort of transaction from the now-funded bank account for 24h and then it was shut down For less biased views on whats going on in korea, check out Joseph Young (@iamjosephyoung): https://twitter.com/iamjosephyoung?s=07 (He reports for cointelegraph. He's been covering the developments in Korea the past couple of days really well)
  8. Of course korean's count, regardless of if cmc decides to factor in the price on their exchanges or not
  9. I think people in the crypto world put too much emphasis on centralized vs. decentralized. I think David Schwartz made good points in one of his live video's that for an ecosystem to grow,, especially at the start, it needs leadership and direction which may be provided from within. After it has been established and can stand on its two feet, it can be slowly decentralized Average argument from bitcoin'ers "ripple is okay because its does x y z, buuut its centralized so its worth minus 100 in my mind"
  10. "MoneyGram will access and use XRP, the native digital asset of the XRP Ledger, in their payment flows through xRapid, Ripple’s on-demand liquidity product. Here’s how it works: xRapid enables real-time foreign exchange (FX) settlement through XRP, which gives financial institutions the ability to unlock liquidity and access multiple corridors with one pre-funded originating account. What’s more, financial institutions will be able to send on-demand payments, reduce FX costs and fees, and customers will receive real-time insight into the status of their payments." https://ripple.com/insights/moneygram-use-xrp-faster-international-payments/
  11. Almost back at 3000 korean won on coinone and korbit (prox 3 dollars) and 2 dollars on bitstamp
  12. Is there a recovery coming? on XRP:KRW there seems to be a volume pickup just now..
  13. I've been a part of this Forum for a while and wanted to share a useful site I found which allows your to track and view all the coins you are interested in (if you put them as favorites) and real-time changes in your balance (if you put api). It works off tradeview charts and has all the indicators it uses as well. It also offers a Cryptoticker chrome extension where you can view price changes! The website is called "Coinigy" and it is free to use for 1 month (and if you like it, you can subscribe or just use the free features) - my referral link is https://www.coinigy.com/?r=b8b41cea I've attached some pictures bellow so you can see its uses and judge yourself if its useful:
  14. I've been a part of this Forum for a while and wanted to share a useful site I found which allows your to track and view all the coins you are interested in (if you put them as favorites) and real-time changes in your balance (if you put api). It works off tradeview charts and has all the indicators it uses as well. It also offers a Cryptoticker chrome extension where you can view price changes! The website is called "Coinigy" and it is free to use for 1 month (and if you like it, you can subscribe or just use the free features) - my referral link is https://www.coinigy.com/?r=b8b41cea I've attached some pictures bellow so you can see its uses and judge yourself if its useful: General trade view + market watch view Your portfolio summary (if you upload your API) - I've blanked out my balances
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