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  1. It seems there are no restrictions but you can double check with Dees if you’d like to participate - https://forum.grantfortheweb.org/t/hi-from-the-program-team/22/2
  2. https://coil.com/p/coil/Coil-Mozilla-and-Creative-Commons-Launch-100-Million-Grant-for-the-Web-to-Advance-Web-Monetization-f/Bdp8Hgcf4
  3. Say what you want, but when "A" managers hire -- they hire other "A" people. They want to hire people who are winners - just like them.
  4. Whoever wrote this article, does not understand how Consensus works. Validators do not decide which transactions are included, all they do is
  5. You misunderstood. I used Enron merely as an example which is (supposedly) known to everybody, not to illustrate that Ripple is evil. There is nothing wrong in my opinion with inflating your sales as long as it is done within the existing legal framework (and not over-done to the point of no return). Boasting about your successes is not a bad thing and half of your success is how you present your achievements. In the game of business all’s fair. It is a job of a CEO to do whatever it takes to put up a good front and to attract positive attention to the company’s progress. XRP sales is one of the critical measures of Ripple’s success despite what some think. “Fake it until you make it” proved to be a working strategy for many start-ups and it is not unreasonable to assume that this might (just might) be the case with Ripple as well.
  6. This is possible. I think the reasons are different though, “bagholders” are not the centre of Ripple’s universe.
  7. Could be, yes. I guess you meant Stefan though, not Chris.
  8. I meant sales did happen but money did not change hands. In other words, future cash flows might be reported as sales. There is a great joke about Icelandic banks (which is only partially a joke given it did happen in almost the same way): I own a cat and you own a dog. I sell you my cat for a billion dollars and you sell me your dog for a billion dollars. Now we are not just proud owners of pets, we are Icelandic banks with billion dollar assets on our balance sheets.
  9. By no means I am saying all Ripple sales are fake. They could use accounting voodoo to inflate sales in order to impress general public though.
  10. Just for the sake of argument, I’d say that Zero Hedge contains some interesting food for thought. Critical thinking should be applied before trusting them blindly (but the same applies to almost every source out there, including the most established). What’s really funny is how some sources predict global recession / USD collapse for decades and people still listen. Oh, well, some people just want the world to burn.
  11. I use a slightly modified version of the algo but this is not important, the signal is the same. This indicator does not guarantee a reversal, it just says that the current trend has been exhausted.
  12. You can read a (relatively) short version here - https://www.mql5.com/en/articles/2773
  13. As a proponent of TD Sequential I am happy to tell you guys that there is some probability that the end of the trend is near. And you should understand that a setup does not guarantee a reaction in the opposite direction. If the momentum is too strong in the trend direction, a reversal could very well be cancelled. But this is the first time TD Sequential indicates an end of the trend since mid-2018 (and believe me, I was watching).
  14. Bring them on, those airdrops, I love the smell of napalm in the morning!
  15. Lamberth

    Be aware.

    Old news, it started a year ago.
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