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  1. @tiffanyhayden My dear Tiff. I’m not a native English speaking guy, so I may not be the right person to judge. But I think that you are a very talented writer with a rare direct and very informative style that is very pleasant to read. And not only that. You have a deep understanding of crypto related fintech and you are always watching it very open minded. Maybe you should do something more with that talent? I mean like professional reporting for some mainstream media? Was just wondering. That space needs people like you I guess...
  2. Crypto, just like early mover tech stocks as there were Palm Blackberry Nokia, are high risk investments. Who can predict that XRP goes on being best in class? Not me.... Verzonden vanaf mijn iPhone met Tapatalk
  3. Yep next time they should broadcast from the moon with meaningful content going over lambos and rocket fuel.... not about their own silly businessplans and how those evolve Verzonden vanaf mijn iPhone met Tapatalk
  4. Agreed. The main difference is rather the double risk: not just the value but also the issuer to trust. When the latter is high AND global, it ideed is like XRP. But how global is USD? Verzonden vanaf mijn iPhone met Tapatalk
  5. Not so stupid. There could be another way like this: put the escrowed reserve under (mutual) control of the IMF with an agreement that the IMF receives a certain part (50% or even more?) of reserve sales If one wants to be a world reserve bank, one has to see such kind of responsability... I guess. Because a world reserve bank cannot be something like a US private company, JMHO. Verzonden vanaf mijn iPhone met Tapatalk
  6. Government protection targets clients, citizens.... doubt that they will support the banks coin Verzonden vanaf mijn iPhone met Tapatalk
  7. Solvability risk -> USDT debacle Verzonden vanaf mijn iPhone met Tapatalk
  8. Rumor has been that he will serve as DTA (Director of Twitter Affairs) [emoji41] Verzonden vanaf mijn iPhone met Tapatalk
  9. Any serious investor with brains will tell you: first look @ fundamental figures. Cant even find one figure for BTC other than the amount of wasted energy and daily trading volumes.... Take care my friend! Verzonden vanaf mijn iPhone met Tapatalk
  10. Comparing with pre-internet en the early www days ... plenty of innovation in communication but ultimately it was IP that became the rail of transport. Why? Two reasons: its a standard and it serves complete interoperability for all devices. ILP is a standard and interoperates for all ledgers. Early riding that rail is a major advantage
  11. Cant compare tapping electricity with achieving XRP as stealing always will be more profitable.
  12. Without written rules and just some "tax boys" to decide between those two options available, I guess one could call it arbitrary. There is nowhere a list or rules about how long is long and how much trading is been seen as frequent. Neither is it clear when you're mixed behaving (partly short trading / partly long holding), how they will take the whole acting as speculative or just the shorting part.... For those not agreeing with whatever decision, there is still the option to take their case to court. Unfortunately, that's the situation right now in our country.
  13. Also for MMs as a bridge curreny.... IMO ingeneral it has the same nature towards investment as any other currency.... Of course there is speculation, but this is not “expect to hold as investment”
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