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Benchmark

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  1. Let me post this random XRP chart to get things back on track.
  2. @Cooliozxrp Look at that bro! You get a shout-out from Ripple.
  3. I've never been to China and I think cash is both king and not king.
  4. Good luck in your future endeavors @Hodor, am looking forward to it.
  5. If it can't hold its gains it would be at 0,006. And the answer to your questions: because bitcoin + PoW is the dominant religion in crypto at this moment.
  6. https://www.theverge.com/2019/10/11/20910330/mastercard-stripe-ebay-facebook-libra-association-withdrawal-cryptocurrency Facebook’s Libra Association crumbling as Visa, Mastercard, Stripe, and others exit Visa, Mastercard, eBay, Stripe, and Mercado Pago have all withdrawn from the Libra Association, dealing a major blow to Facebook’s plans for a distributed, global cryptocurrency. The withdrawals were first reported by the Financial Times and Bloomberg. A Visa spokesperson told The Verge. “Visa has decided not to join the Libra Association at this time,” the spokesperson said. “We will continue to evaluate and our ultimate decision will be determined by a number of factors, including the Association’s ability to fully satisfy all requisite regulatory expectations.” The withdrawals leave Libra with no major US payment processor, a serious issue for the fledgling project. They also come just one week after PayPal (eBay’s former subsidiary) withdrew from the association. The first official meeting of the Libra Council is in just three days, scheduled for October 14th in Geneva. That meeting will likely result in more specific commitments from all the members involved, which may have inspired some of the recent defections. Still, the departures leave the project in a precarious place as Libra hopes to move beyond initial criticisms of the project. [....] (more at source) --- So they are meeting next Monday. I'm very curious to see if they're gonna keep dragging this dead horse any further. Regardless, this project is in no way the 'XRP killer' it was said to be by detractors when it was first announced.
  7. Do explain us, mr. bank expert, how fast things really should go?
  8. You made a bad call jumping into crypto at peak of the previous bitcoin cycle, you're not the only one so stop feeling sorry for yourself. Lol, clueless much?
  9. Don't think that will happen anytime soon, the market and ecosystem is too fragile and small for Ripple to give up that firing power. Ten years down the line.. maybe. Ripple is so close to the SEC that there is no way they will get blindsided and suddenly have to burn billions of zerps.
  10. Yes separate projects. JPM with their JPM coin that does not solve the most pressing problems of cross border settlements. And Ripple with XRP that does.
  11. Your perseverance in FUDding every damned little thing in this decade long journey is commendable. Well done sir.
  12. You keep whining since you registered on XRPchat and nothing has happened
  13. You will get your money back. I don't want CSC though.
  14. Security FUD is the most boring FUD. Come on XRPChat FUD brigade, we expect better.
  15. On demand liquidity is more than xRapid. Things like xRapid and xCurrent are just marketing names, Ripple is a business and they will try to market their solutions however they see fit with current market conditions.
  16. MGI needs to flip the switch next week.
  17. Gupta knows better than the XRPchat FUD brigade.
  18. XRP prices have nothing to do with Ripple nor the vision they have for XRP. It's all dominated by bitcoin and the most important traders in crypto (that coincidentally also have the most bitcoin).
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