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    Hodor got a reaction from StellaBlueZerps in Cessation of the Hodor Blog   
    Final message! 

    XRP Chat is where it all begin, so it's fitting that for this avatar, it's where it ends as well. 

    It's been a journey with countless twists and turns, and try as I might, all the details have melded into a chorus of voices of the XRP Community, who, at their core, are all pushing for the same thing: Change. 

    Sometimes I wonder how members of other coin tribes feel about the project they're supporting.  Does it inspire them?  Do they believe in it past their surface financial goal of 'getting rich' off of it? 

    Because, for XRP, it's more than just a 'good stock pick;' XRP represents the technology that delivers on Bitcoin's promise, without the environmental destruction.  Without the limitations of scalability ... and so much more that I have to resist reneging on my decision for one more, long, convoluted rant! 
    You get the picture!  We're here for the investment (XRP), but we're also here because we believe in the Internet of Value, and pushing this technology forward.  It can change the world for the better, and not just as part of a slick corporate advertising campaign; when people can send money to their family in seconds instead of days, it can significantly improve lives for millions of people.  And just look how the XRP is changing the face of crypto communities, with its teamwork, awards shows, clubs, social media presence, and charitable fund-raising.  These are all extraneous to the IoV and XRP, but they also work to give us a legitimate feeling of community. 

    And with the developments in the last month, my right-brain, intuitive side, which normally performs a lesser role in my day-to-day activities than my methodical, step-driven left-brain side, took the reigns and decided to make a key decision; how do I want to contribute going forward?   I could continue to struggle to cover all of the increasing onslaught of news items, or I could turn and survey the growing ranks of our collaborative team of supporters and let somebody else 'take a turn' at the front.  I could take up a keyboard and mouse once more, but this time to create new websites and applications. 
    Ah well, I'm getting repetitive of the content in the blog. 
    My apologies for being temporarily self-indulgent, but I know my companions on the forum will not judge me harshly about my last post.  At least I hope not.   Hope to be back soon, with some announcements of a new project of my own!
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    Hodor got a reaction from Wealthmaster in [Evidence] Dismissing the myth that XRP will not be used by Banks   
    I didn't sell either.  I think a lot of us were thinking "10 cents by Monday,"  but we didn't quite get there. 
    Reeeeeal close though. 
    Hodl that XRP! 
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    Hodor got a reaction from EcneitapLatnem in Scenario: Ripple Goes Public   
    Nope.  I only know what's publicly available; to me, it seems like an interesting topic, and to be frank, I don't think there will ever be a 'perfect time' to go public.  But I do believe they will wait until the legal irritants have been cleared up. 
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    Hodor got a reaction from EcneitapLatnem in Scenario: Ripple Goes Public   
    1. Public investors want a high share price.
    2. Part of share price is the valuation of the company
    3. A huge part of Ripple's valuation is XRP
    4. Ripple has stated - and has done - sales that are conservative
    5. Ripple wishes to not impact the free market of XRP
    6. Decreasing or ceasing programmatic sales meets this goal
    7. As long as other means of financing are available, then programmatic sales can be eliminated
    8. The market for XRP will react positively, increasing demand - and interest - in XRP
    9. As the value of XRP rises, the value of Ripple then rises
    10.  As the value of Ripple rises, then the value of Ripple's public shares will rise.
    All 10 points take place on earth. 

    And also, I could definitely be mistaken; but I think additional financing options are a good thing - for Ripple and for XRP owners. 
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    Hodor got a reaction from DirectorCoulson in Scenario: Ripple Goes Public   
    1. Public investors want a high share price.
    2. Part of share price is the valuation of the company
    3. A huge part of Ripple's valuation is XRP
    4. Ripple has stated - and has done - sales that are conservative
    5. Ripple wishes to not impact the free market of XRP
    6. Decreasing or ceasing programmatic sales meets this goal
    7. As long as other means of financing are available, then programmatic sales can be eliminated
    8. The market for XRP will react positively, increasing demand - and interest - in XRP
    9. As the value of XRP rises, the value of Ripple then rises
    10.  As the value of Ripple rises, then the value of Ripple's public shares will rise.
    All 10 points take place on earth. 

    And also, I could definitely be mistaken; but I think additional financing options are a good thing - for Ripple and for XRP owners. 
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    Hodor got a reaction from moncho in Valuation Models - XRP The Digital Currency Vs. Ripple the Company   
    Literally every time JoelKatz posts, I want go buy yet MORE XRP! 
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    Hodor got a reaction from DirectorCoulson in @Hodor, Ripple is calling for you!!   
    @MemberBerry You would absolutely get any position titled "Crypto pit fighter" 
    I mean that as an absolute compliment - you are fearless on Bitcointalk. 
     
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    Hodor got a reaction from MisterHappy in Cessation of the Hodor Blog   
    Final message! 

    XRP Chat is where it all begin, so it's fitting that for this avatar, it's where it ends as well. 

    It's been a journey with countless twists and turns, and try as I might, all the details have melded into a chorus of voices of the XRP Community, who, at their core, are all pushing for the same thing: Change. 

    Sometimes I wonder how members of other coin tribes feel about the project they're supporting.  Does it inspire them?  Do they believe in it past their surface financial goal of 'getting rich' off of it? 

    Because, for XRP, it's more than just a 'good stock pick;' XRP represents the technology that delivers on Bitcoin's promise, without the environmental destruction.  Without the limitations of scalability ... and so much more that I have to resist reneging on my decision for one more, long, convoluted rant! 
    You get the picture!  We're here for the investment (XRP), but we're also here because we believe in the Internet of Value, and pushing this technology forward.  It can change the world for the better, and not just as part of a slick corporate advertising campaign; when people can send money to their family in seconds instead of days, it can significantly improve lives for millions of people.  And just look how the XRP is changing the face of crypto communities, with its teamwork, awards shows, clubs, social media presence, and charitable fund-raising.  These are all extraneous to the IoV and XRP, but they also work to give us a legitimate feeling of community. 

    And with the developments in the last month, my right-brain, intuitive side, which normally performs a lesser role in my day-to-day activities than my methodical, step-driven left-brain side, took the reigns and decided to make a key decision; how do I want to contribute going forward?   I could continue to struggle to cover all of the increasing onslaught of news items, or I could turn and survey the growing ranks of our collaborative team of supporters and let somebody else 'take a turn' at the front.  I could take up a keyboard and mouse once more, but this time to create new websites and applications. 
    Ah well, I'm getting repetitive of the content in the blog. 
    My apologies for being temporarily self-indulgent, but I know my companions on the forum will not judge me harshly about my last post.  At least I hope not.   Hope to be back soon, with some announcements of a new project of my own!
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    Hodor got a reaction from Johno in Cessation of the Hodor Blog   
    Final message! 

    XRP Chat is where it all begin, so it's fitting that for this avatar, it's where it ends as well. 

    It's been a journey with countless twists and turns, and try as I might, all the details have melded into a chorus of voices of the XRP Community, who, at their core, are all pushing for the same thing: Change. 

    Sometimes I wonder how members of other coin tribes feel about the project they're supporting.  Does it inspire them?  Do they believe in it past their surface financial goal of 'getting rich' off of it? 

    Because, for XRP, it's more than just a 'good stock pick;' XRP represents the technology that delivers on Bitcoin's promise, without the environmental destruction.  Without the limitations of scalability ... and so much more that I have to resist reneging on my decision for one more, long, convoluted rant! 
    You get the picture!  We're here for the investment (XRP), but we're also here because we believe in the Internet of Value, and pushing this technology forward.  It can change the world for the better, and not just as part of a slick corporate advertising campaign; when people can send money to their family in seconds instead of days, it can significantly improve lives for millions of people.  And just look how the XRP is changing the face of crypto communities, with its teamwork, awards shows, clubs, social media presence, and charitable fund-raising.  These are all extraneous to the IoV and XRP, but they also work to give us a legitimate feeling of community. 

    And with the developments in the last month, my right-brain, intuitive side, which normally performs a lesser role in my day-to-day activities than my methodical, step-driven left-brain side, took the reigns and decided to make a key decision; how do I want to contribute going forward?   I could continue to struggle to cover all of the increasing onslaught of news items, or I could turn and survey the growing ranks of our collaborative team of supporters and let somebody else 'take a turn' at the front.  I could take up a keyboard and mouse once more, but this time to create new websites and applications. 
    Ah well, I'm getting repetitive of the content in the blog. 
    My apologies for being temporarily self-indulgent, but I know my companions on the forum will not judge me harshly about my last post.  At least I hope not.   Hope to be back soon, with some announcements of a new project of my own!
  10. Like
    Hodor got a reaction from xudiannan in Suggestion: Deletable Accounts   
    I really like this idea (in principle) and I'm amazed at the amount of deep 'scenario' thinking that @nikb has put into it here: https://github.com/xrp-community/standards-drafts/issues/8
    If it's safe and well-planned, then I support this amendment.  But if it puts the ledger at any degree of significant risk, I'd probably opt to pass on it. 
     
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    Hodor got a reaction from jabit in Cessation of the Hodor Blog   
    Final message! 

    XRP Chat is where it all begin, so it's fitting that for this avatar, it's where it ends as well. 

    It's been a journey with countless twists and turns, and try as I might, all the details have melded into a chorus of voices of the XRP Community, who, at their core, are all pushing for the same thing: Change. 

    Sometimes I wonder how members of other coin tribes feel about the project they're supporting.  Does it inspire them?  Do they believe in it past their surface financial goal of 'getting rich' off of it? 

    Because, for XRP, it's more than just a 'good stock pick;' XRP represents the technology that delivers on Bitcoin's promise, without the environmental destruction.  Without the limitations of scalability ... and so much more that I have to resist reneging on my decision for one more, long, convoluted rant! 
    You get the picture!  We're here for the investment (XRP), but we're also here because we believe in the Internet of Value, and pushing this technology forward.  It can change the world for the better, and not just as part of a slick corporate advertising campaign; when people can send money to their family in seconds instead of days, it can significantly improve lives for millions of people.  And just look how the XRP is changing the face of crypto communities, with its teamwork, awards shows, clubs, social media presence, and charitable fund-raising.  These are all extraneous to the IoV and XRP, but they also work to give us a legitimate feeling of community. 

    And with the developments in the last month, my right-brain, intuitive side, which normally performs a lesser role in my day-to-day activities than my methodical, step-driven left-brain side, took the reigns and decided to make a key decision; how do I want to contribute going forward?   I could continue to struggle to cover all of the increasing onslaught of news items, or I could turn and survey the growing ranks of our collaborative team of supporters and let somebody else 'take a turn' at the front.  I could take up a keyboard and mouse once more, but this time to create new websites and applications. 
    Ah well, I'm getting repetitive of the content in the blog. 
    My apologies for being temporarily self-indulgent, but I know my companions on the forum will not judge me harshly about my last post.  At least I hope not.   Hope to be back soon, with some announcements of a new project of my own!
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    Hodor got a reaction from Rapple in Cessation of the Hodor Blog   
    Final message! 

    XRP Chat is where it all begin, so it's fitting that for this avatar, it's where it ends as well. 

    It's been a journey with countless twists and turns, and try as I might, all the details have melded into a chorus of voices of the XRP Community, who, at their core, are all pushing for the same thing: Change. 

    Sometimes I wonder how members of other coin tribes feel about the project they're supporting.  Does it inspire them?  Do they believe in it past their surface financial goal of 'getting rich' off of it? 

    Because, for XRP, it's more than just a 'good stock pick;' XRP represents the technology that delivers on Bitcoin's promise, without the environmental destruction.  Without the limitations of scalability ... and so much more that I have to resist reneging on my decision for one more, long, convoluted rant! 
    You get the picture!  We're here for the investment (XRP), but we're also here because we believe in the Internet of Value, and pushing this technology forward.  It can change the world for the better, and not just as part of a slick corporate advertising campaign; when people can send money to their family in seconds instead of days, it can significantly improve lives for millions of people.  And just look how the XRP is changing the face of crypto communities, with its teamwork, awards shows, clubs, social media presence, and charitable fund-raising.  These are all extraneous to the IoV and XRP, but they also work to give us a legitimate feeling of community. 

    And with the developments in the last month, my right-brain, intuitive side, which normally performs a lesser role in my day-to-day activities than my methodical, step-driven left-brain side, took the reigns and decided to make a key decision; how do I want to contribute going forward?   I could continue to struggle to cover all of the increasing onslaught of news items, or I could turn and survey the growing ranks of our collaborative team of supporters and let somebody else 'take a turn' at the front.  I could take up a keyboard and mouse once more, but this time to create new websites and applications. 
    Ah well, I'm getting repetitive of the content in the blog. 
    My apologies for being temporarily self-indulgent, but I know my companions on the forum will not judge me harshly about my last post.  At least I hope not.   Hope to be back soon, with some announcements of a new project of my own!
  13. Like
    Hodor got a reaction from Peyton in Cessation of the Hodor Blog   
    Final message! 

    XRP Chat is where it all begin, so it's fitting that for this avatar, it's where it ends as well. 

    It's been a journey with countless twists and turns, and try as I might, all the details have melded into a chorus of voices of the XRP Community, who, at their core, are all pushing for the same thing: Change. 

    Sometimes I wonder how members of other coin tribes feel about the project they're supporting.  Does it inspire them?  Do they believe in it past their surface financial goal of 'getting rich' off of it? 

    Because, for XRP, it's more than just a 'good stock pick;' XRP represents the technology that delivers on Bitcoin's promise, without the environmental destruction.  Without the limitations of scalability ... and so much more that I have to resist reneging on my decision for one more, long, convoluted rant! 
    You get the picture!  We're here for the investment (XRP), but we're also here because we believe in the Internet of Value, and pushing this technology forward.  It can change the world for the better, and not just as part of a slick corporate advertising campaign; when people can send money to their family in seconds instead of days, it can significantly improve lives for millions of people.  And just look how the XRP is changing the face of crypto communities, with its teamwork, awards shows, clubs, social media presence, and charitable fund-raising.  These are all extraneous to the IoV and XRP, but they also work to give us a legitimate feeling of community. 

    And with the developments in the last month, my right-brain, intuitive side, which normally performs a lesser role in my day-to-day activities than my methodical, step-driven left-brain side, took the reigns and decided to make a key decision; how do I want to contribute going forward?   I could continue to struggle to cover all of the increasing onslaught of news items, or I could turn and survey the growing ranks of our collaborative team of supporters and let somebody else 'take a turn' at the front.  I could take up a keyboard and mouse once more, but this time to create new websites and applications. 
    Ah well, I'm getting repetitive of the content in the blog. 
    My apologies for being temporarily self-indulgent, but I know my companions on the forum will not judge me harshly about my last post.  At least I hope not.   Hope to be back soon, with some announcements of a new project of my own!
  14. Like
    Hodor got a reaction from CryptoEri in Cessation of the Hodor Blog   
    Final message! 

    XRP Chat is where it all begin, so it's fitting that for this avatar, it's where it ends as well. 

    It's been a journey with countless twists and turns, and try as I might, all the details have melded into a chorus of voices of the XRP Community, who, at their core, are all pushing for the same thing: Change. 

    Sometimes I wonder how members of other coin tribes feel about the project they're supporting.  Does it inspire them?  Do they believe in it past their surface financial goal of 'getting rich' off of it? 

    Because, for XRP, it's more than just a 'good stock pick;' XRP represents the technology that delivers on Bitcoin's promise, without the environmental destruction.  Without the limitations of scalability ... and so much more that I have to resist reneging on my decision for one more, long, convoluted rant! 
    You get the picture!  We're here for the investment (XRP), but we're also here because we believe in the Internet of Value, and pushing this technology forward.  It can change the world for the better, and not just as part of a slick corporate advertising campaign; when people can send money to their family in seconds instead of days, it can significantly improve lives for millions of people.  And just look how the XRP is changing the face of crypto communities, with its teamwork, awards shows, clubs, social media presence, and charitable fund-raising.  These are all extraneous to the IoV and XRP, but they also work to give us a legitimate feeling of community. 

    And with the developments in the last month, my right-brain, intuitive side, which normally performs a lesser role in my day-to-day activities than my methodical, step-driven left-brain side, took the reigns and decided to make a key decision; how do I want to contribute going forward?   I could continue to struggle to cover all of the increasing onslaught of news items, or I could turn and survey the growing ranks of our collaborative team of supporters and let somebody else 'take a turn' at the front.  I could take up a keyboard and mouse once more, but this time to create new websites and applications. 
    Ah well, I'm getting repetitive of the content in the blog. 
    My apologies for being temporarily self-indulgent, but I know my companions on the forum will not judge me harshly about my last post.  At least I hope not.   Hope to be back soon, with some announcements of a new project of my own!
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    Hodor got a reaction from at3n in Cessation of the Hodor Blog   
    Final message! 

    XRP Chat is where it all begin, so it's fitting that for this avatar, it's where it ends as well. 

    It's been a journey with countless twists and turns, and try as I might, all the details have melded into a chorus of voices of the XRP Community, who, at their core, are all pushing for the same thing: Change. 

    Sometimes I wonder how members of other coin tribes feel about the project they're supporting.  Does it inspire them?  Do they believe in it past their surface financial goal of 'getting rich' off of it? 

    Because, for XRP, it's more than just a 'good stock pick;' XRP represents the technology that delivers on Bitcoin's promise, without the environmental destruction.  Without the limitations of scalability ... and so much more that I have to resist reneging on my decision for one more, long, convoluted rant! 
    You get the picture!  We're here for the investment (XRP), but we're also here because we believe in the Internet of Value, and pushing this technology forward.  It can change the world for the better, and not just as part of a slick corporate advertising campaign; when people can send money to their family in seconds instead of days, it can significantly improve lives for millions of people.  And just look how the XRP is changing the face of crypto communities, with its teamwork, awards shows, clubs, social media presence, and charitable fund-raising.  These are all extraneous to the IoV and XRP, but they also work to give us a legitimate feeling of community. 

    And with the developments in the last month, my right-brain, intuitive side, which normally performs a lesser role in my day-to-day activities than my methodical, step-driven left-brain side, took the reigns and decided to make a key decision; how do I want to contribute going forward?   I could continue to struggle to cover all of the increasing onslaught of news items, or I could turn and survey the growing ranks of our collaborative team of supporters and let somebody else 'take a turn' at the front.  I could take up a keyboard and mouse once more, but this time to create new websites and applications. 
    Ah well, I'm getting repetitive of the content in the blog. 
    My apologies for being temporarily self-indulgent, but I know my companions on the forum will not judge me harshly about my last post.  At least I hope not.   Hope to be back soon, with some announcements of a new project of my own!
  16. Like
    Hodor got a reaction from GiddyUp in Cessation of the Hodor Blog   
    Final message! 

    XRP Chat is where it all begin, so it's fitting that for this avatar, it's where it ends as well. 

    It's been a journey with countless twists and turns, and try as I might, all the details have melded into a chorus of voices of the XRP Community, who, at their core, are all pushing for the same thing: Change. 

    Sometimes I wonder how members of other coin tribes feel about the project they're supporting.  Does it inspire them?  Do they believe in it past their surface financial goal of 'getting rich' off of it? 

    Because, for XRP, it's more than just a 'good stock pick;' XRP represents the technology that delivers on Bitcoin's promise, without the environmental destruction.  Without the limitations of scalability ... and so much more that I have to resist reneging on my decision for one more, long, convoluted rant! 
    You get the picture!  We're here for the investment (XRP), but we're also here because we believe in the Internet of Value, and pushing this technology forward.  It can change the world for the better, and not just as part of a slick corporate advertising campaign; when people can send money to their family in seconds instead of days, it can significantly improve lives for millions of people.  And just look how the XRP is changing the face of crypto communities, with its teamwork, awards shows, clubs, social media presence, and charitable fund-raising.  These are all extraneous to the IoV and XRP, but they also work to give us a legitimate feeling of community. 

    And with the developments in the last month, my right-brain, intuitive side, which normally performs a lesser role in my day-to-day activities than my methodical, step-driven left-brain side, took the reigns and decided to make a key decision; how do I want to contribute going forward?   I could continue to struggle to cover all of the increasing onslaught of news items, or I could turn and survey the growing ranks of our collaborative team of supporters and let somebody else 'take a turn' at the front.  I could take up a keyboard and mouse once more, but this time to create new websites and applications. 
    Ah well, I'm getting repetitive of the content in the blog. 
    My apologies for being temporarily self-indulgent, but I know my companions on the forum will not judge me harshly about my last post.  At least I hope not.   Hope to be back soon, with some announcements of a new project of my own!
  17. Like
    Hodor got a reaction from peanut56 in Cessation of the Hodor Blog   
    Final message! 

    XRP Chat is where it all begin, so it's fitting that for this avatar, it's where it ends as well. 

    It's been a journey with countless twists and turns, and try as I might, all the details have melded into a chorus of voices of the XRP Community, who, at their core, are all pushing for the same thing: Change. 

    Sometimes I wonder how members of other coin tribes feel about the project they're supporting.  Does it inspire them?  Do they believe in it past their surface financial goal of 'getting rich' off of it? 

    Because, for XRP, it's more than just a 'good stock pick;' XRP represents the technology that delivers on Bitcoin's promise, without the environmental destruction.  Without the limitations of scalability ... and so much more that I have to resist reneging on my decision for one more, long, convoluted rant! 
    You get the picture!  We're here for the investment (XRP), but we're also here because we believe in the Internet of Value, and pushing this technology forward.  It can change the world for the better, and not just as part of a slick corporate advertising campaign; when people can send money to their family in seconds instead of days, it can significantly improve lives for millions of people.  And just look how the XRP is changing the face of crypto communities, with its teamwork, awards shows, clubs, social media presence, and charitable fund-raising.  These are all extraneous to the IoV and XRP, but they also work to give us a legitimate feeling of community. 

    And with the developments in the last month, my right-brain, intuitive side, which normally performs a lesser role in my day-to-day activities than my methodical, step-driven left-brain side, took the reigns and decided to make a key decision; how do I want to contribute going forward?   I could continue to struggle to cover all of the increasing onslaught of news items, or I could turn and survey the growing ranks of our collaborative team of supporters and let somebody else 'take a turn' at the front.  I could take up a keyboard and mouse once more, but this time to create new websites and applications. 
    Ah well, I'm getting repetitive of the content in the blog. 
    My apologies for being temporarily self-indulgent, but I know my companions on the forum will not judge me harshly about my last post.  At least I hope not.   Hope to be back soon, with some announcements of a new project of my own!
  18. Thanks
    Hodor reacted to Jumpingupupup in Cessation of the Hodor Blog   
    Dear Hodor,
    As a very early  adopter from 2012 I really have to give you a BIG Thank you,
    I sincerely enjoyed all your writings, learning about developments and  up to date information. 
    You are brilliant!!  I was particularly pleased with the Level of analytics and good quality descriptions  on the Developments .
    The Emphasis on Positive messages and asking the community to be an Active part of this historical moment where always appreciated
    Any time if you are in the Netherlands you are invited for a nice cold beer,
     
    We keep in touch in the community.
     
     
     
     
  19. Thanks
    Hodor reacted to eksarpi in Cessation of the Hodor Blog   
    Thanks Hodor for what has been done so far and for what you will still do for XRP' ecosystem.
     
  20. Haha
    Hodor reacted to Ripple-Stiltskin in Cessation of the Hodor Blog   
    Thanks for all the good work @Hodor ! 
    Is the “tattoo at $5 bet” still on though? 
  21. Thanks
    Hodor reacted to panmores in Cessation of the Hodor Blog   
    Will miss your precise and concise writups, @Hodor even though I think you were too politically correct, if you know what I mean 
    Say, did the change come with your CoinField win to fly to Malta?
    Best of luck, enjoy Malta and thanks again for all your work!
    ... while me continues these humble XRP Briefs - quite different from the master's work!
    Today's XRP Brief 10/14/19 - CoinField announces XRPL project and XRP breaks long-term descending channel
     
  22. Thanks
    Hodor reacted to princesszerp in Cessation of the Hodor Blog   
    So long pal! Very excited to hear this news:)
  23. Thanks
    Hodor reacted to eXtRaPolate in Cessation of the Hodor Blog   
    Is there a "Wall of Fame" here on this site? I would like to vote for @Hodor to be our first inductee. Seriously, much thanks for your contributions over the years.
  24. Thanks
    Hodor reacted to Julian_Williams in Cessation of the Hodor Blog   
    So many good things to say about what distinguishes XRP from everything else in the blockchain community:
    I like this: XRP represents the technology that delivers on Bitcoin's promise, without the environmental destruction.  Without the limitations of scalability ... and so much more that I have to resist reneging on my decision for one more, long, convoluted rant! 
    and this: not just as part of a slick corporate advertising campaign; when people can send money to their family in seconds instead of days, it can significantly improve lives for millions of people. ( for me one of the pleasures is to dream of one day being a multimillionaire who can step in and help others reach their dreams - I know you once said you would use the money to help a lady who comes to clean your home.  This sort of idea give me real pleasure and is a reason I continue to add to my investment every month)
  25. Thanks
    Hodor reacted to manateehunter in Cessation of the Hodor Blog   
    @Hodor I fully support your decision, as much as I've enjoyed your posts and blogs, they would carry more weight without anonymous avatars. Wish you well in your future endeavors, and a heartfelt thanks for your contributions!
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