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  1. Happy new year to everyone. So its not confusion let me state the exchange I did was done in April 2019, and i stated what i did in Aug 2019. I made this OP in aug 2019 to try to open eyes to some people, although some people with 3000+ post didnt like my actions and writing and i was flamed. I didnt want to argue with important people here with 3000 and more post so i didnt write anything after in 2019, and nothing in 2020, but i was reading this forum on weekly basis. Its good to know how people think. I still own part of xrp. From my point of view 2020 ended great for me, i am ult
  2. And if it retrace, so shall XRP and other crypto, and i think altcoins will go more down in percentage then bitcoin. Bitcoin will gain another % of dominance. I read forum but 1 year and half ago i decided I will stop posting for some time, because i thought there is to many people here who defend ripple (not xrp, but ripple), their employees their actions.
  3. I know where you are aiming with those "after 3-4 months" in last 4 months I made very little posts because I did not want to be provoked by...i will not say what not to provoke (i actually didnt sign in for at least 2 months on purpose, but I was reading un-logged-in) I will again like before refrain my self to log in into this forum for 3 months, but I will keep reading it almost daily "unloggedin", hey I still have nice amount of XRP. I just think now I am better off with larger portion of something else, I will sign in earlier only if i see someone deleted this thread. I know wh
  4. On, or around april 28 2019 (3-4 months ago) I made decision to exchange majority of altcoins for BTC The largest part of my altcoin was XRP. I exchanged 80% of XRP for BTC Why I did this? 1: i saw pattern repeating for a few months, where BTC was gaining dominance, bitcoin go up, bitcoin stops and do a bit of side movement, then all alts partially follows, bitcoin drops a bit, altcoins go up a bit partially (not all), bitcoin then falls a lot, altcoins follows a lot more. As result btc got to over 5k$ at that time, while xrp got to nowhere. 2: Tip of ice for me was eye ope
  5. Old news, but still, its not problematic how many xrp they stole, whats problematic is BTC they stole (because its a lot a lot bigger total worth of BTC) 3 Billion in USD in total crypto. 1/4 of XRP market cap On a side notice there are some incredibly smart people who will say here "who cares about BTC", and they will respond to my reply with "I dont care about btc, i am here to hold for 10 years, and buy dips when xrp gets cheaper". Those are the people who were laughing to me when I 1 year ago suggested XRP doesnt have time forever to grow, time is its enemy, I said major hug
  6. Yeah I agree with you 100%, he is CTO of Ripple We are speaking XRP should be used in banking bussiness and Julian saying that such thing when CTO sell his XRP should not be debated, but such thread CLOSED is ALARMING. EDIT: Just in case if anyone decides to delete what I said I made screen shot and saved this page.
  7. I didnt expect this from you Julian_Williams (especially the part where you mention such thread should be closed at once). I think if this was the regulated market (for example take Tesla and Musk, or some large company like apple or ms and their top shareholders) and such statement as yours would be big capital wrong. It would be actually like we cant say some things, thats not only against freedom of speach (he is not just some joe, he is public figure, CTO OF RIPPLE) but its also against good business practice. And if that was in totally regulated market this would be actually against the l
  8. Hodor I see you find all sort of material for your website, but you forgot to mention David Schwartz and his XRP sell off.
  9. Well I dont see any pointers to bull run. The stuff that drove XRP to more then $3 is gone from my point of view. 1: south korean big push gone (it doesnt really matter why it was, but i guess it was based on speculation from point 2 and 3) 2: speculation that xrp will get soon on coinbase any make crazy effect ...gone 3: xrapid to be used on many banks, i will not say gone here, but, my take is xrapid is like 1% of ripple services, i see no reason that to change dramaticaly
  10. The scary stuff is what happens if BTC start falling back to 3k. XRP didnt go up when BTC went from 3.x to 5.x, but i am like 99% sure if BTC all the sudden start droping like hammer, so it will XRP
  11. Prediction where XRP would be if Bitcoin go again to 20k I think it would be between 1 and 1.5 (I am hoping for higher, but every logic tell me differently) The catalyst that drove XRP to $3 are gone ("crazy" south koreans with their premiums, big hopes what miracles coinbase could do). Also i guess people in last year and half also learned that ripple products didnt move XRP not even a dime, price was dictated by bitcoin. Sorry if you take this as fud, i still hold 70% of xrp compared to half year ago, but lies and misleading on this forum made me trade part of xrp in la
  12. This might be the only good thing. And i would also say and emphasize on IF And the ONLY reason why i personalty find it good for xrp to be now on coinbase is beause of possible quick cash out to paypal is i need money desperately I will test for fun on small scale once in next days is there is instant cash out to paypal or is there some waiting time
  13. I think it fair to notice a few things and kick in reality in a few days like now xrp volume $525,700,077 USD ALL COINS coinbase pro volume $36,055,334 USD xrp volume on coinbase pro for xrp/usd trading pair (so called good 4th spot) $1,868,463 less the 2 millions = absolutely not relevant at all thats a 48th spot here: (again for me, this is non relevant because it so small, i would absolutely not say for it its good) https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/ripple/#markets
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