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    Worldcryptoboss got a reaction from Cesar1810 in Are we back?   
    IF you have money to invest in XRP, then it should be invested. The 10 cent per XRP difference won't be a huge drawback with respect to your returns, unless you're making a major investment (10k XRP or more) It's unlikely (though possible) that XRP will ever be significantly lower than it is now
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    Worldcryptoboss got a reaction from spansterkid in What's your XRP sale price?   
    At what price will you begin selling your XRP? And what price will you be willing to sell it all (if at any price?) 
     
    For me I'm personally HODL'ing until it hits about $30 per XRP (I expect sometime around 2020) at which time I might sell 20-25% of my stack. Next price would be $100, then probaly $250. I'll keep a little just in case for the next decade to see how high the price can go too
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    Worldcryptoboss got a reaction from Triple in Are we back?   
    IF you have money to invest in XRP, then it should be invested. The 10 cent per XRP difference won't be a huge drawback with respect to your returns, unless you're making a major investment (10k XRP or more) It's unlikely (though possible) that XRP will ever be significantly lower than it is now
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    Worldcryptoboss reacted to lucid99 in History repeats itself - the bear market is not over.   
    I did the reverse banana last nite
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    Worldcryptoboss reacted to BarryM17 in How much Xrp do you hold? Anonymous Poll   
    I posted my amount in the poll.  I get the whole anonymity aspect of things, but there's a part of me where I'd REALLY love to know how much forum members HONESTLY own.  I've publicly on this forum in the past stated how much I own, even though the likes of @Hodor have advised against it.  Aside from a side Toast wallet I use for giveaways, I keep everything stored on Nano S's, which are locked in a safe in my office.  I've asked this question before, but seriously how am I putting myself at risk if I disclose how much I own.  What, you're going to find out my identity, figure out where I work, come to my office in a secure facility that requires key card access to enter, figure out the combination code for my safe, get my Nano's, figure out my secret keys, then steal my money??????
    It would just be nice to know what everyone here actually owns.
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    Worldcryptoboss reacted to 0083041 in How will the price of XRP increase when bought and sold immediately   
    Throughout history, demand has created value due to it creating scarcity, but it won't play out the same for XRP. The difference between physical assets and digital assets is what you need to consider in your muses. The efficiency of XRP is a benefit (just wait for colbalt) for processors but a detriment for bagholders looking for a quick buck, and a high school understanding of supply and demand isn't going to help you figure it out.
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    Worldcryptoboss got a reaction from ManBearPig in Barrier of Entry (and what it means for current investors)   
    Agreed. I highly doubt the majority of American (and worldwide) population will ever buy into crypto. 
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    Worldcryptoboss reacted to ManBearPig in Barrier of Entry (and what it means for current investors)   
    50% of Americans don't have anything saved for retirement and would struggle to come up with money for a 1,000 dollar unexpected expense let alone have money to invest/trade into anything else.  If someone works for an employer that is lucky enough to furnish 401K plan, not everyone elects to opt into that benefit. It's certainly less likely they would set up an IRA on their own accord.  You are absolutely right in the respect that only a small minority will actually open a brokerage account to invest in individual company stocks, bonds, commodities, etc.  Most would buy into mutual funds through their 401K/IRA/brokerage accounts. Anyone who gets into investing into cryptocurrencies for the first time is going to be skeptical and a lot of the barriers to getting started that the original poster did a good job of clearly identifying is going to hold many back.  That is what I have learned with talking with some of my peers that are on the fringe of investing.  A lot of improvements have been made and will continue to improve.  My crystal ball tells me even if you could capture more of a slice of active traditional investors with even a fraction of their portfolio being allocated into digital assets would bring in a new wave of people.
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    Worldcryptoboss reacted to k33bym in What's Your Lowest Price Per XRP?   
    Same! if it hits below $0.20 then I'm thinking of investing £2,000 (Approx)  and get a cheeky 12,500 XRP
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    Worldcryptoboss got a reaction from rootvegetable in XRP price in 3 years.   
    The money doesn't have to come from anywhere. A coin's marketcap and the actual money that has been invested are two different things. Apple may be "worth" a trillion dollars, but it doesn't mean that people have invested that trillion dollars. It's simply a valuation - one that is tethered on a number of different factors, including speculation. 
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    Worldcryptoboss got a reaction from XRPHornets in XRP price in 3 years.   
    The money doesn't have to come from anywhere. A coin's marketcap and the actual money that has been invested are two different things. Apple may be "worth" a trillion dollars, but it doesn't mean that people have invested that trillion dollars. It's simply a valuation - one that is tethered on a number of different factors, including speculation. 
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    Worldcryptoboss reacted to Plato in Barrier of Entry (and what it means for current investors)   
    Agreed. However, people are, indeed, setting "watches" on these eBay items. While I cannot absolutely state that people are purchasing, there are at least people interested in the concept. At a 3X markup. 
    If someone does not know that they may purchase on an exchange, they have partially proven my point. This person is so unaware and oblivious that they do not know of exchanges, Coinbase, etc. 
    I understand your ice cube counterpoint. However, as previously stated, there are buyers "watching" these XRP packets. Moreover, there are sellers spending time to post XRP. In the interest of time and ROI, I am assuming that sellers are not wasting time creating posts for XRP if nobody is purchasing. This is an assumption, though, and correlation does not imply causation--you are correct. These are assumptions. Crypto is an ongoing game of assumptions. 
    Yes, it was that difficult. And no, not everyone figures this out. Two family members and a couple friends--really, the only people I've attempted to convince--gave up after a couple weeks. One family member wanted to invest a significant amount and was constrained by deposit limits. By the time they were able to deposit enough fiat to purchase the desired amount, the price had fluctuated significantly and they were no longer interested. 
    You are assuming that a first-time investor will strive, against all odds, to invest in the crypto space. I believe the majority of first-time investors are stifled by barriers of entry, and they do give up. Hence my post. 
    However, I understand your counterpoint, and I agree that some of us do prevail. We did our research and are mostly happy with the investment. This is the exception, not the rule--in my humble opinion.
    Equifax and TransUnion are well known. The crypto space is akin to the wild west. A buyer would rather pay a well-known, "reputable" (even if not true) physician to prescribe medicine, rather than solicit advice from a roadside, herbal-remedies salesman who might be a physician. Ripple might be real. XRP maybe exists and will work. Binance might be trustworthy. But, again, this is a significant barrier to cross for the first-time investor. 
    "They're going to find a way." No, I believe most will not--at least not at the moment--if they must submit to hours of intense effort, privacy exposition, etc. This will change, though, and you will be correct--in time. 
    No one is arguing this point. But you are more rational than most. This is an emotional, assumptive game we are playing. 
    You have proven my point. "Early Bitcoin adopters." Exactly. We are early XRP adopters, and we have gone through a similar process. Now, though, it is much easier to get Bitcoin, albeit at the cost of being a late-stage adopter (relative to XRP). 
     
    Thank you for the awesome counterpoints! There really is no right answer here. Again: Game of assumptions. 
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    Worldcryptoboss reacted to jesperrekuh in Barrier of Entry (and what it means for current investors)   
    From a human, consumer point of view :  The old system is still in place and will be there for a very 'long' time, simple ... it works.
    On a small scale for me a as a consumer with a bank account no problemo now I can order my pizza ... So whats all the fuzz about cryptos...
    And never ever trust something which is totally unpredictable and volatile .... 
    Why use cryptos when I already can pay with real money! so I first have to exchange my salary into cryptos to buy stuff ... but nobody sells products and charge cryptos ...
    Currently there's no application on the human global scale, which will hold people from investing or ...
    As we speak there are no daily benefits in using cryptos, we have (digi)cash already ... you swipe your credit-card, mobile-payment, etc...you simple look into your bank-app.
    Banks, government will inevitably control our cash flow, there;s too much at risk.
    If I was a big global major bank I would give increased/high interest rates of 5% on your cryptos if you would open up a crypto-account.
    This is when everyday Joe starts thinking: "More free money"... this is when business owner start thinking ... "makes sense to move some of my cash"
     
     
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    Worldcryptoboss got a reaction from XRPREAL in Why the price of XRP has almost NOTHING to do with utility   
    It's crazy isn't it? These crazy fluctuations in XRP (and other cryptocurrencies)
    AS much as I, like many other people love the utility of XRP, and how it can change the world of finance, this isn't the biggest reason for our interest.
    It's about making money. 
    Just like others, I invested and bought a few Zerps because I saw an opportunity to make money. Yes, Xrapid, Xcurrent and all these other technologies might change the banking and finance landscape as we know it, but truthfully, we saw an opportunity to cash in on the rising price of XRP. 
    For those like me, let me let you in on a little secret:
    The price of XRP has almost NOTHING to do with it's utility. 
    That's right. Even though there are a number of new ways in which the Ripple network is bringing innovation, none of these have or will have a major impact on the price of XRP.
    That isn't to say that they have NO effect on the prices, but to say that the major driving force of any past, current and future XRP prices is something simple.
    Supply and demand of the overall crypto market, especially Bitcoin
    That's it. How "hyped" or "dehyped" the overall crypto market is the single largest factor on the price of XRP.
    Like ALL other crytocurrencies, XRP's value is largely based on Bitcoin's fortunes. The price of Bitcoin, which is by far the largest cryptocurrency, is the biggest driving factor. 
    Bitcoin goes up? In general, all the other coins rise in value.
    Bitcoin down? All the other currencies sink.
    Of course, this doesn't happen in a "straight line" - but when Bitcoin prices go up, this means that the "hype" for crypto, in general, increases. Which leads to more people looking at other, cheaper options, which means that there is a lot more room for growth and higher likelihood of larger price increases as investors look for a "cheaper" option.
    When Bitcoin prices go down, we tend to see the same trend - other crypto are hit even harder as investors who came in at the peak panic as they begin rapidly losing their investment as prices plunge, which has a ripple effect (haha).
    I like to compare the crypto market to gold, and other precious metals valuation
    Are gold and other precious metals useful? Sure. However, they sure aren't used as a regular, day to day basis for most people. Instead, gold has become a store of value. Gold's value increases simply because OTHER people want another store of value in case of issues with local currency, such as deflation. The price of gold is generally stable worldwide, similar to crypto.
    Despite the fact that the vast majority of the world's population have little utility for gold, and do not own any gold, the price of gold has risen significantly within the past 25 years - From $273 in 200 to $1664 in 2012. And although there have been some dips, the price of gold has increased steadily almost yearly
    What does this mean 
    It means simply that you should be paying less attention (please note I didn't say NO attention) to the developments coming out of the Ripplesphere, and more attention to the sentiment and feeling on the ground of cryptocurrency, especially Bitcoin.
     
    Anyone agree/disagrees?
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    Worldcryptoboss got a reaction from Insoniac in Barrier of Entry (and what it means for current investors)   
    As someone outside of the "bigger countries" it has been ridiculously difficult to purchase XRP, and crypto in general. 
    I have had to resort to paying DOUBLE on a site to purchase. I now go through a friend who buys and then transfers. 
    While is may be relatively easy for those based in North America/Europe/certain Asian countries, there's still 75% of the population who lives outside of that where buying crypto is next to impossible
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    Worldcryptoboss got a reaction from PRaXis in Barrier of Entry (and what it means for current investors)   
    As someone outside of the "bigger countries" it has been ridiculously difficult to purchase XRP, and crypto in general. 
    I have had to resort to paying DOUBLE on a site to purchase. I now go through a friend who buys and then transfers. 
    While is may be relatively easy for those based in North America/Europe/certain Asian countries, there's still 75% of the population who lives outside of that where buying crypto is next to impossible
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    Worldcryptoboss got a reaction from Liagala in Barrier of Entry (and what it means for current investors)   
    As someone outside of the "bigger countries" it has been ridiculously difficult to purchase XRP, and crypto in general. 
    I have had to resort to paying DOUBLE on a site to purchase. I now go through a friend who buys and then transfers. 
    While is may be relatively easy for those based in North America/Europe/certain Asian countries, there's still 75% of the population who lives outside of that where buying crypto is next to impossible
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    Worldcryptoboss got a reaction from XRPSlovenia in XRP price in 3 years.   
    The money doesn't have to come from anywhere. A coin's marketcap and the actual money that has been invested are two different things. Apple may be "worth" a trillion dollars, but it doesn't mean that people have invested that trillion dollars. It's simply a valuation - one that is tethered on a number of different factors, including speculation. 
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    Worldcryptoboss reacted to exodus3252 in XRP: time for some hard decisions   
    I know how you feel, OP. If XRP moons like crazy, I'll have enough for a refurbished netbook. At that point, I'll need to hire a security team to watch over it. 
    It's hard being rich. 
  20. Thanks
    Worldcryptoboss got a reaction from XRPSlovenia in Why the price of XRP has almost NOTHING to do with utility   
    THANK YOU. 
    Happy to discuss, and listen to ALL persons who disagree with me just like those who agree with me. I don't appreciate juvenile comments, or persons who are saying I'm trying to spread FUD simply because you disagree. I'll repeat (for the final time) - I love the technology Ripple is bringing out, I think that XRP is a great short to medium term investment, I just am not sure that the innovation will translate to a significant impact on the price of XRP.
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    Worldcryptoboss reacted to Shazam5890 in Met a SWIFT employee today   
    Hi all,
    I am a long time lurker that owns a significant amount of XRP. I am currently traveling through the Greek islands and met someone on a sailing trip this afternoon that works for SWIFT.
    He told me he works in cross border payments, and I responded asking what he knew about Ripple. He said, “they’re trying to take my job!” I then correctly guessed that he worked for SWIFT.
    He told me SWIFT is developing their own block chain solutions and they currently have a product that moves funds in 4 seconds. He said he frequently talks to banks and companies about this product and many don’t see the need to change their infrastructure and take the risk on a new system and he doesn’t see SWIFT going anywhere. He says they’re willing to innovate and are innovating, and that if they can offer similar products with comparable benefits to Ripple’s products he doesn’t see why banks would risk changing their infrastructure.
    given that a consortium of banks own SWIFT, and its in the interest of these banks to keep it alive, I do think he has a point. There are a lot of intelligent people on here who know more than me, so I am curious to hear other’s thoughts on this and how these systemic factors will effect price long term.
    Finally, I am not trying to spread FUD. The hive mind here tends to attack anyone who is not 100% positive about XRP. I believe in XRP and am not going to sell based on what some random guy told me, just want to hear some intelligent thoughts. I rarely hear others on here discuss SWIFT’s solutions that can compete with XRP and how they will impact price.
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    Worldcryptoboss got a reaction from Inruin in Why the price of XRP has almost NOTHING to do with utility   
    It's crazy isn't it? These crazy fluctuations in XRP (and other cryptocurrencies)
    AS much as I, like many other people love the utility of XRP, and how it can change the world of finance, this isn't the biggest reason for our interest.
    It's about making money. 
    Just like others, I invested and bought a few Zerps because I saw an opportunity to make money. Yes, Xrapid, Xcurrent and all these other technologies might change the banking and finance landscape as we know it, but truthfully, we saw an opportunity to cash in on the rising price of XRP. 
    For those like me, let me let you in on a little secret:
    The price of XRP has almost NOTHING to do with it's utility. 
    That's right. Even though there are a number of new ways in which the Ripple network is bringing innovation, none of these have or will have a major impact on the price of XRP.
    That isn't to say that they have NO effect on the prices, but to say that the major driving force of any past, current and future XRP prices is something simple.
    Supply and demand of the overall crypto market, especially Bitcoin
    That's it. How "hyped" or "dehyped" the overall crypto market is the single largest factor on the price of XRP.
    Like ALL other crytocurrencies, XRP's value is largely based on Bitcoin's fortunes. The price of Bitcoin, which is by far the largest cryptocurrency, is the biggest driving factor. 
    Bitcoin goes up? In general, all the other coins rise in value.
    Bitcoin down? All the other currencies sink.
    Of course, this doesn't happen in a "straight line" - but when Bitcoin prices go up, this means that the "hype" for crypto, in general, increases. Which leads to more people looking at other, cheaper options, which means that there is a lot more room for growth and higher likelihood of larger price increases as investors look for a "cheaper" option.
    When Bitcoin prices go down, we tend to see the same trend - other crypto are hit even harder as investors who came in at the peak panic as they begin rapidly losing their investment as prices plunge, which has a ripple effect (haha).
    I like to compare the crypto market to gold, and other precious metals valuation
    Are gold and other precious metals useful? Sure. However, they sure aren't used as a regular, day to day basis for most people. Instead, gold has become a store of value. Gold's value increases simply because OTHER people want another store of value in case of issues with local currency, such as deflation. The price of gold is generally stable worldwide, similar to crypto.
    Despite the fact that the vast majority of the world's population have little utility for gold, and do not own any gold, the price of gold has risen significantly within the past 25 years - From $273 in 200 to $1664 in 2012. And although there have been some dips, the price of gold has increased steadily almost yearly
    What does this mean 
    It means simply that you should be paying less attention (please note I didn't say NO attention) to the developments coming out of the Ripplesphere, and more attention to the sentiment and feeling on the ground of cryptocurrency, especially Bitcoin.
     
    Anyone agree/disagrees?
  23. Confused
    Worldcryptoboss got a reaction from DreXRP in Why the price of XRP has almost NOTHING to do with utility   
    It's crazy isn't it? These crazy fluctuations in XRP (and other cryptocurrencies)
    AS much as I, like many other people love the utility of XRP, and how it can change the world of finance, this isn't the biggest reason for our interest.
    It's about making money. 
    Just like others, I invested and bought a few Zerps because I saw an opportunity to make money. Yes, Xrapid, Xcurrent and all these other technologies might change the banking and finance landscape as we know it, but truthfully, we saw an opportunity to cash in on the rising price of XRP. 
    For those like me, let me let you in on a little secret:
    The price of XRP has almost NOTHING to do with it's utility. 
    That's right. Even though there are a number of new ways in which the Ripple network is bringing innovation, none of these have or will have a major impact on the price of XRP.
    That isn't to say that they have NO effect on the prices, but to say that the major driving force of any past, current and future XRP prices is something simple.
    Supply and demand of the overall crypto market, especially Bitcoin
    That's it. How "hyped" or "dehyped" the overall crypto market is the single largest factor on the price of XRP.
    Like ALL other crytocurrencies, XRP's value is largely based on Bitcoin's fortunes. The price of Bitcoin, which is by far the largest cryptocurrency, is the biggest driving factor. 
    Bitcoin goes up? In general, all the other coins rise in value.
    Bitcoin down? All the other currencies sink.
    Of course, this doesn't happen in a "straight line" - but when Bitcoin prices go up, this means that the "hype" for crypto, in general, increases. Which leads to more people looking at other, cheaper options, which means that there is a lot more room for growth and higher likelihood of larger price increases as investors look for a "cheaper" option.
    When Bitcoin prices go down, we tend to see the same trend - other crypto are hit even harder as investors who came in at the peak panic as they begin rapidly losing their investment as prices plunge, which has a ripple effect (haha).
    I like to compare the crypto market to gold, and other precious metals valuation
    Are gold and other precious metals useful? Sure. However, they sure aren't used as a regular, day to day basis for most people. Instead, gold has become a store of value. Gold's value increases simply because OTHER people want another store of value in case of issues with local currency, such as deflation. The price of gold is generally stable worldwide, similar to crypto.
    Despite the fact that the vast majority of the world's population have little utility for gold, and do not own any gold, the price of gold has risen significantly within the past 25 years - From $273 in 200 to $1664 in 2012. And although there have been some dips, the price of gold has increased steadily almost yearly
    What does this mean 
    It means simply that you should be paying less attention (please note I didn't say NO attention) to the developments coming out of the Ripplesphere, and more attention to the sentiment and feeling on the ground of cryptocurrency, especially Bitcoin.
     
    Anyone agree/disagrees?
  24. Like
    Worldcryptoboss got a reaction from madmatt in Why the price of XRP has almost NOTHING to do with utility   
    It's crazy isn't it? These crazy fluctuations in XRP (and other cryptocurrencies)
    AS much as I, like many other people love the utility of XRP, and how it can change the world of finance, this isn't the biggest reason for our interest.
    It's about making money. 
    Just like others, I invested and bought a few Zerps because I saw an opportunity to make money. Yes, Xrapid, Xcurrent and all these other technologies might change the banking and finance landscape as we know it, but truthfully, we saw an opportunity to cash in on the rising price of XRP. 
    For those like me, let me let you in on a little secret:
    The price of XRP has almost NOTHING to do with it's utility. 
    That's right. Even though there are a number of new ways in which the Ripple network is bringing innovation, none of these have or will have a major impact on the price of XRP.
    That isn't to say that they have NO effect on the prices, but to say that the major driving force of any past, current and future XRP prices is something simple.
    Supply and demand of the overall crypto market, especially Bitcoin
    That's it. How "hyped" or "dehyped" the overall crypto market is the single largest factor on the price of XRP.
    Like ALL other crytocurrencies, XRP's value is largely based on Bitcoin's fortunes. The price of Bitcoin, which is by far the largest cryptocurrency, is the biggest driving factor. 
    Bitcoin goes up? In general, all the other coins rise in value.
    Bitcoin down? All the other currencies sink.
    Of course, this doesn't happen in a "straight line" - but when Bitcoin prices go up, this means that the "hype" for crypto, in general, increases. Which leads to more people looking at other, cheaper options, which means that there is a lot more room for growth and higher likelihood of larger price increases as investors look for a "cheaper" option.
    When Bitcoin prices go down, we tend to see the same trend - other crypto are hit even harder as investors who came in at the peak panic as they begin rapidly losing their investment as prices plunge, which has a ripple effect (haha).
    I like to compare the crypto market to gold, and other precious metals valuation
    Are gold and other precious metals useful? Sure. However, they sure aren't used as a regular, day to day basis for most people. Instead, gold has become a store of value. Gold's value increases simply because OTHER people want another store of value in case of issues with local currency, such as deflation. The price of gold is generally stable worldwide, similar to crypto.
    Despite the fact that the vast majority of the world's population have little utility for gold, and do not own any gold, the price of gold has risen significantly within the past 25 years - From $273 in 200 to $1664 in 2012. And although there have been some dips, the price of gold has increased steadily almost yearly
    What does this mean 
    It means simply that you should be paying less attention (please note I didn't say NO attention) to the developments coming out of the Ripplesphere, and more attention to the sentiment and feeling on the ground of cryptocurrency, especially Bitcoin.
     
    Anyone agree/disagrees?
  25. Like
    Worldcryptoboss got a reaction from RedRocket in Why the price of XRP has almost NOTHING to do with utility   
    It's crazy isn't it? These crazy fluctuations in XRP (and other cryptocurrencies)
    AS much as I, like many other people love the utility of XRP, and how it can change the world of finance, this isn't the biggest reason for our interest.
    It's about making money. 
    Just like others, I invested and bought a few Zerps because I saw an opportunity to make money. Yes, Xrapid, Xcurrent and all these other technologies might change the banking and finance landscape as we know it, but truthfully, we saw an opportunity to cash in on the rising price of XRP. 
    For those like me, let me let you in on a little secret:
    The price of XRP has almost NOTHING to do with it's utility. 
    That's right. Even though there are a number of new ways in which the Ripple network is bringing innovation, none of these have or will have a major impact on the price of XRP.
    That isn't to say that they have NO effect on the prices, but to say that the major driving force of any past, current and future XRP prices is something simple.
    Supply and demand of the overall crypto market, especially Bitcoin
    That's it. How "hyped" or "dehyped" the overall crypto market is the single largest factor on the price of XRP.
    Like ALL other crytocurrencies, XRP's value is largely based on Bitcoin's fortunes. The price of Bitcoin, which is by far the largest cryptocurrency, is the biggest driving factor. 
    Bitcoin goes up? In general, all the other coins rise in value.
    Bitcoin down? All the other currencies sink.
    Of course, this doesn't happen in a "straight line" - but when Bitcoin prices go up, this means that the "hype" for crypto, in general, increases. Which leads to more people looking at other, cheaper options, which means that there is a lot more room for growth and higher likelihood of larger price increases as investors look for a "cheaper" option.
    When Bitcoin prices go down, we tend to see the same trend - other crypto are hit even harder as investors who came in at the peak panic as they begin rapidly losing their investment as prices plunge, which has a ripple effect (haha).
    I like to compare the crypto market to gold, and other precious metals valuation
    Are gold and other precious metals useful? Sure. However, they sure aren't used as a regular, day to day basis for most people. Instead, gold has become a store of value. Gold's value increases simply because OTHER people want another store of value in case of issues with local currency, such as deflation. The price of gold is generally stable worldwide, similar to crypto.
    Despite the fact that the vast majority of the world's population have little utility for gold, and do not own any gold, the price of gold has risen significantly within the past 25 years - From $273 in 200 to $1664 in 2012. And although there have been some dips, the price of gold has increased steadily almost yearly
    What does this mean 
    It means simply that you should be paying less attention (please note I didn't say NO attention) to the developments coming out of the Ripplesphere, and more attention to the sentiment and feeling on the ground of cryptocurrency, especially Bitcoin.
     
    Anyone agree/disagrees?
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