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bayarea510

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  1. The xrp going to $589 posts are just as useless as the ones claiming it's going to .01 cent.
  2. Go ahead and continue to believe his nonsense. Why do you guys even bothering posting on here and wasting everyone's time when there's other coins with higher price and better volume. Go join some other forum!
  3. Most of your posts are nothing but useless, irrational irrelevant stupid FUD comments. Why do you even bother commenting on this board? You never have anything productive to contribute. Go join tradingview and post your nonsense there.
  4. Damn it I was hoping Brad would be the one flying the suitcase across. Who's the director!
  5. Cab driver to jazz guitarist to chief market strategist at Ripple. I think I'd definitely get a high level executive position if I were to send them my resume. Maybe I should stop by their offices sometime after work lol.
  6. Great news! Now if only someone would tip me 1,000,000 xrp!
  7. I get what you are saying. Being a multi billion dollar company they could easily do more to stabilize the price and build the xrp ecosystem by making exchanges. Sometimes I feel the company doesnt care. It will be sad if 5 years from now price is still less than $5
  8. I'll believe it when it happens. Until then doesn't matter what coinbase says lol.
  9. Agreed. They're taking a much more offensive stance now whereas before they were supportive of all crypto working together and winning. If I were an executive at Ripple I would do everything possible to maximize xrp's potential to shut up all the haters and show them who's boss!
  10. I guess one could always hold some bitcoin to see what happens. Right now one thing that really concerns me about bitcoin is how it went from $1k to $19k in one year. The time window is so small that its hard to determine where the actual floor price is. If it goes back to $1k investor confidence will be shattered. On the other hand if $4-5k holds we will be in a better position to be more hopeful for a future rally in some years. So many variables at play and unfortunately xrp is at btc's mercy. But yeah I hope money does flow into btc in a recession.
  11. It's going to be a long road before we see massive xRapid adoption and effect on price. The biggest hurdle atm is regulatory uncertainty in many countries not to mention personal agendas many politicans and lawmakers have as they are btc holders. The next step is developing many more trustworthy and legitimate exchanges that function within country laws. The final step is increasing liquidity and scaling volume via xRapid and other means. It's a long journey that will take time.
  12. Ripple has #moneyfordayzz they can do whatever the f they want and get whoever they want onboard their agenda. Just start gifting xrp from the warchest. That's what I would do lol.
  13. I've had this discussion with colleagues as well many times. I used to think more money would flow into crypto but now I'm beginning to think the opposite will happen. If the global economy tanks or slows down we'll probably see money leave crypto as people cash out and return to fiat to free up funds due to multiple reasons.
  14. Shots fired. If I were larsen I'd make every damn effort to make sure xrp becomes the #1 cryptocurrency and then let fomo kick in and take us to the moon. It will be the best slap in the face to all the hardcore btc supporters.
  15. I guess the .05-.15 cent scenario could play out if btc were to drop to insanely low levels like $1k-3k. We would drag down with it. Again so many variables are at play so who really knows what the price could be. We need to wait for volume to build via xrapid so we are no longer at the mercy of what btc does (long term goal).
  16. Very true. Do you think we'll see another massive pump like that again in the future? I think we will at some point because of the insane amount of money those greedy people made from retail investors.
  17. According to the btc cycle theory we might have to wait a while until the next mega bull run. On the other hand there's a lot more interest in the crypto space now but futures market so no one really knows what will happen. Our best bet for now is to keep an eye out on volume to see if it increases via xRapid.
  18. Agree with the above post. We need an ETF and some big positive news to trigger another rally. If etfs don't get approved we will be in for a long bear market and might not see another massive rally until 2020/2021. That's if some other mt gox or bs bitfinex/tether scandal doesn't occur. I still feel the 2017 rally was staged and wasn't due to average people. It was similar to 2013. I just hope we maintain a strong bottom and don't end up back at $1k btc because that would shatter mostly everyone's confidence.
  19. I know burning them will help increase the price but I doubt the company will ever do that. The massive amount of xrp they hold is one of their keys to pretty much unlimited funding for a long time. What the company should do is focus on working with exchanges so that liquidity pools can be increased to handle more volume and also continue to push for faster regulation while siging more partnerships. Ripple knows the price of xrp is low and most folks view Ripple in terms of xrp price. I guess it doesn't matter for the company as they've repeatedly stated they are playing the long game here. My guess is they will gradually increase the price of xrp over a couple of years. I'm interested in seeing how this all plays out in the long run and when/if xrp decouples from bitcoin.
  20. @automatic @cmbartley I agree guys. I think a stable retreat will be best in order to maintain a smooth operating ecosystem.
  21. What do you guys think will eventually happen to tether? Do you think once more stablecoins take over the marketshare tether will eventually slowly leave the market without causing a mt gox 2.0 or something shady?
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