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    ringer2 reacted to baobeiiiii in Charting the course of XRP   
    I'm de-risking by sell 66% of my stack. It's there in fiat on the exchange if things get better. But the picture looks very, very bleak atm. 
    I do hope to buy back in at a lower level and just get a bigger stack of XRP. 
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    ringer2 got a reaction from Milly238 in Charting the course of XRP   
    Broken pivot. We are heading down, hard and fast. Sell now and buy back much cheaper in a bit. 
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    ringer2 reacted to baobeiiiii in Charting the course of XRP   
    I've done something I didn't expect to ever do... sold 1/3 of my stack. Just as a de-risking measure, if price goes up it's good for the remaining 2/3 stack, if it drops I can buy back in cheaper. 
    Glass is have full lol.
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    ringer2 reacted to LiquidGoat in Charting the course of XRP   
    Probably, I bought some 
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    ringer2 reacted to Dikwhit in Dikwhit   
    Could perhaps someone explain the differences between a) A Ripple Customer b) A Ripple Partner c) A member of Ripple Net and whether a member of Ripple Net is also both a partner and a customer.   I become more confused by the day. Ripple partner Finablr announces today a partnership with Alipay - a hugely significant announcement in the global remittance world - does that mean that through Finablr that Ripple is partnered with Alipay?  Alipay and Ripple are both partners of GCash in the Philippines. Perhaps some member of the Ripple management could help me understand and get a much better feel for the global spread of the use of Ripple technology.
    Thank You
     
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    ringer2 reacted to 2ndtimearound in Interesting view from a Bitcoin Investor (Maxi?)   
    I've been bullish on XRP since mid 2017, but Swell 2019 was a real low point for me.  It showed Ripple really have nothing up their sleeve and inviting YouTubers made it a lot of noise and not much signal.  I don't blame the YT guys for milking it, but there's a point where it becomes more about their YT "career" and less about holding Ripple's feet to the fire and trying to eek out information/breadcrumbs that isn't just officially announced. 
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    ringer2 reacted to SquaryBone in Interesting view from a Bitcoin Investor (Maxi?)   
    "Youtubers". Since when have these been right? SamIAM has been ranting for months about 589 EOY and he was not invited. Until the last day he was so confident he was right and he got a trustworthy source. When that didn't come to fruition he went on with a new prediction from another riddler. Again an anonymous and "reliable" source according to him. 2k in May! That''s about 1999,75$ off.
    I honestly don't understand Ripple inviting these lunies. I'd honestly feel ashamed as a company that these people are championing my company. Just take a step back and listen to what e.g. Brad Kymes is saying in his youtube videos. Does this sound like a trustworthy person with some understanding of the matter (either economics, software development, blockchain, legal, ...). This guy is hearing voices. "Come on in!!!?!???!!?!?".
    I forgot the name of the one that was running a charity (CKJ?) and misused the funds.
    DigitalAssInvestor is another one of them misrepresenting the "news" with only mentioning pieces that fit his narrative.
    These are the guys that people should be listening too? How can this be taken seriously?
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    ringer2 reacted to ianinthefuture in Interesting view from a Bitcoin Investor (Maxi?)   
    They were invited because they have an audience and would produce content for said audience during and following their visit to Swell. It's glorified marketing. That's literally it.
    There's no endorsement, tacit or otherwise, going on here. They won't have been privy to anything other than company line information. They're useful idiots brought in to spread the message as a 'neutral' source.
    I've been a journalist for 15 years now, I know what this stuff is, and what Ripple has done here is nothing out of the ordinary. It's just good PR ("hey cool they invited x from Youtube!") and, as I said, gets the message out from a source that isn't direct from Ripple.
    Note: I'm not in any way saying it's a bad thing what they've done - it's just a normal thing. It doesn't bear reading much into at all. It's certainly nothing special.
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    ringer2 reacted to Archbob in Interesting view from a Bitcoin Investor (Maxi?)   
    Those YouTubers have been putting that content out for two years now. Has it come true yet? It was supposed to be a year ago according to them.
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    ringer2 reacted to Tinyaccount in Interesting view from a Bitcoin Investor (Maxi?)   
    I think it is a big mistake to infer that a Swell invite is an endorsement of pricing views.
    Instead it is an acceptance of audience view numbers.  Presumably some vetting of the overall behaviour was also done,  but thinking Ripple endorse a $700 XRP because they invited the person who thinks that would be a mistake in my opinion.
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    ringer2 reacted to Tinyaccount in How low can you go?   
    I can vouch for that.  For a while I had Ringer on block because of something at some point...  I forget what.  But as I saw his posts quoted I recognised that generally he is making a valid point and has reasons for his views.  So I unblocked him.
    It’s hard to know for sure but I highly doubt he is a troll.  Just someone with a more sceptical view of Ripples actions and motives,  than I for instance, hold.  For the positive people’s part I fully understand why we get sceptical of those with a negative view because some of those posters are indeed idiots or paid fudsters,  perhaps not many,  but enough to make our reactions more easily triggered.
    Anyway,  perhaps we should all cut each other some more slack and always try to argue the point, not the person.
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    ringer2 reacted to Archbob in How low can you go?   
    Seriously we've been in a one-way downward trends for the last 22 months and have lost 93% of the value. There hasn't been that many days were its been up.
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    ringer2 got a reaction from retep in Charting the course of XRP   
    Seriously, will people ever get over the fact that simply because people hold contrarian ideas they are not trolls and paid fudsters. 
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    ringer2 got a reaction from Tinyaccount in Charting the course of XRP   
    Seriously, will people ever get over the fact that simply because people hold contrarian ideas they are not trolls and paid fudsters. 
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    ringer2 got a reaction from CryptoBoiler in Charting the course of XRP   
    Seriously, will people ever get over the fact that simply because people hold contrarian ideas they are not trolls and paid fudsters. 
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    ringer2 got a reaction from WarChest in Charting the course of XRP   
    Seriously, will people ever get over the fact that simply because people hold contrarian ideas they are not trolls and paid fudsters. 
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    ringer2 got a reaction from Stellios in Charting the course of XRP   
    Seriously, will people ever get over the fact that simply because people hold contrarian ideas they are not trolls and paid fudsters. 
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    ringer2 reacted to Staigera in XRP market bottoming   
    ppl said the same when it dropped from 1 to 50 cents ''These prices are crazyyy mannnn, woooowww, dudeeeee its now or nevaaaa''
    Aaand here we are 2 years later.
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    ringer2 reacted to Caracappa in How low can you go?   
    This response says enough about your intentions. You and facts or sources dont mix up, because it doesnt serve the purpose of your posts.
    And yes. You conveniently popped up on january 4th 2018 (exact start of the bearmarket) and jokes aside, only post when xrp is trending down. 
    To what goal we can guess, but only you know.
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    ringer2 got a reaction from susli in How low can you go?   
    Oh, you mean I only pop up every day for the last 22 months? 😂
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    ringer2 reacted to MrX in Hodor , missed but not forgotten   
    To tell the truth, I don't miss him. A self proclaimed prophet gathering disgusting cultists. Look where we are now - 0.21 and keep falling. And 0.1 is a sure thing if not next week, then next month.
    Just imagine how many folks didn't sell in time because of those hopium posts.
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    ringer2 reacted to Elysium2030 in Hodor , missed but not forgotten   
    Time for conspiracy theories
    Isn't it funny that Hodor gets out just before the massive drop and Joel Katz sells his XRP just months ago where it's really going downhill?

    THEY KNEW WHAT!
    Illuminati? Freemasons? The biggest scam in human history and we are the poor lambs on the slaughterhouse?
    Revolution now?
    I bought some fresh XRP yesterday :D
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    ringer2 reacted to KevClem in Hodor , missed but not forgotten   
    I'm not surprised the poor chap gave up.
    He put in an extraordinary amount of time and effort into his research and blogging.
    Years of writing good news stories, whilst the price is reverting to pennies would be enough to break anyone.
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    ringer2 got a reaction from tony71 in How low can you go?   
    Stop hoping for FOMO! You are fooling yourself.Amazon, Google, Apple did not get to the price they are at today because of FOMO.
    And the theory that whales are having massive sell off’s now so that they can keep the price down to reap a larger pay back later makes zero market sense. 
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    ringer2 got a reaction from Thomas666 in How low can you go?   
    Stop hoping for FOMO! You are fooling yourself.Amazon, Google, Apple did not get to the price they are at today because of FOMO.
    And the theory that whales are having massive sell off’s now so that they can keep the price down to reap a larger pay back later makes zero market sense. 
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