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  1. It does not matter, both SGB and WSGB are counted
  2. ExFi snapshot will take both SGB and WSGB into account - https://flarefinance.medium.com/exfi-sgb-snapshot-update-435bd9a6b005 WSGB are still on your account. In Bifrost you can click “Open in explorer” / “balance” / “token” / “Wrapped Songbird” to see them.
  3. Not sure if anybody cares about the 2nd airdrop from Flare Finance. If you do - they only support a limited number of wallets (see below). It seems MetaMask supports both airdrops out of the box so it might be a good idea to check that you can import your ETH wallet to MetaMask. E.g. I could not import the wallet I created in MEW (because they don’t allow you to see the private key) and had to change the message key on XRPL to another ETH address in the end.
  4. You are not suggesting that the MCap of ETH alone will exceed 1 trillion and surpass BTC, are you, @Eric123?
  5. There is nothing negative either, MGI just re-stated the obvious.
  6. @King34Maine is correct. And I must add that it is a well-written statement. First they say that “MoneyGram has continued to utilize its other traditional FX trading counterparties throughout the term of the agreement with Ripple”. Adding that ODL is not used “for direct transfers of consumer funds”. Those are independent statements, one can read from it that ODL is used in parallel with other traditional FX counterparts for Treasury operations (which had been communicated previously).
  7. https://ir.moneygram.com/news-releases/news-release-details/moneygram-statement-sec-action-against-ripple “MoneyGram has had a commercial agreement with Ripple since June 2019; this agreement represents the use of Ripple's foreign exchange (FX) blockchain trading platform (ODL) for the purchase or sale of four currencies. MoneyGram has continued to utilize its other traditional FX trading counterparties throughout the term of the agreement with Ripple, and is not dependent on the Ripple platform to accomplish its FX trading needs.”
  8. In the meantime MGI finally had a profitable quarter: “Net Income was $10.9 million for the quarter representing a return to positive net income for the Company and an increase of $18.6 million”. It starts slowly at first.
  9. I have always got paid on Fridays. I now have some questions to my employers what happens between Wednesday and Friday.
  10. 1. I never compared XRP and Amazon, they are different animals. My point was purely whether one can hold through uncertain times or not, especially if they expected fast gains. I did hold Amazon in 200x even though many told me the company was over-valuated. It’s easy to talk about how brilliant Amazon is in 2020 but I wonder what your opinion would be in 2008 after holding since early 2004 (I am just using your graph as a reference here, it starts from 2004). This is a link to the historical prices for that period just for laughs - https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/AMZN/history?period1=1075420800&period2=1230595200&interval=1mo&filter=history&frequency=1mo This does not mean XRP (or Ripple stocks for that matter) is as good as Amazon was. They are simply different. Same as all above is different from gold bars. 2. Top-down fundamental analysis does not need to start from a specific company, you could analyze a sector, its competitors, macro trends etc etc. There is a fundamental analysis of the blockchain technology out there, you can google a bunch of papers about it. Crypto <> blockchain but blockchain opens up many very interesting possibilities which did not exist before. Take tokenization for example (and that is just one use case). Will crypto benefit from those possibilities? Most probably. Will XRP benefit from them? Who knows.
  11. And on a serious note. I wrote a post about this 2 years ago and nothing has changed since then - “Think about your time horizon. Do you need the money next year? In few years? Can you keep the money in the investment for 10 years if something does not go according to the plan, e.g. the fundamentals are still strong but it simply takes more time than you initially thought (think Amazon in 200x)? If you can’t sit on your investment long enough due to the time constraint - you are about to invest too much.”
  12. Best solution for a good guy from Ripple would be not to waste their time reading this thread (as I just did) and to focus on something positive/meaningful instead.
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