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  1. Kalmati

    New club for Kiwis

    I am Paki, take me a spare here.
  2. Kalmati

    Hello from Austria! (not the Kangaroo country)

    Welcome to Ripple Forum.... Keep holding as we are....................
  3. https://ameinfo.com/money/banking-finance/bitcoin-saudi-ripple/ All of the top 100 cryptocurrencies by market capitalization, except 3 posted red numbers Thursday, according to CoinMarketCap data. Bitcoin (BTC) dropped over 8% in the last 24 hours, and as of writing, BTC had dropped to $9,860 range, down close to 17% from the recent high of $11,958 hit three days ago. The biggest loser among the top 10 cryptocurrencies was bitcoin cash (BCH), down 11% in one day and 24% in 72 hours. According to the Coin telegraph, the second largest crypto Ethereum, edged closer to $800, quoting CoinMarketCap. The total value of all cryptocurrencies dropped to $430bn down 15% from the high of $519bn on Feb. 18, but still 61% above Feb. 6’s low of $276bn. The good news is that transaction fees needed for cryptos are also down.
  4. Cryptocurrencies are very well known for their volatile prices, and despite only being two months into 2018, we have already seen one crash in prices. Despite thinking that the prices were recovering once again, many seem to have taken yet another dip in value. Bitcoin is down more than 7.5%, and the other top ten virtual currencies have not faired any better. You come to expect this to a certain extent; like we said, volatility is one of the biggest worries when it comes to investing in virtual currencies, but normally you can usually predict when these dips will happen. However, with regards to this latest dip, there is no bad news to dictate. In fact, it is quite the opposite, and there are several interesting developments that are hitting the crypto market, namely SegWit, which is an upgrade for Bitcoin, which has been designed to reduce transaction times and costs for trading Bitcoin. Ripple is another coin that has loads of great things happening, but is still seeing a drop in price. the third largest coin by market capital have just made deals with huge banking institutions, including banks from Brazil, India, Singapore and Canada. Telegram is about to launch round two of funding before they release their public ICO, with the hopes of raising $1.6billion before the general public investment round. If they manage to do this, it will set a huge record for the particular type of investment. In other positive news that has hit the cryptocurrency market recently, that will not attribute to the dip in price that we have seen over the last few days was the anonymous crypto-trading platform that was created after a 21 year old managed to raise $34million.
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    If XRP Was All You Had Left

    Hi, I have bought the ripple at $2.5, however, i have no any profit till now, i have lost my all money, but still have guts to hold those. I believe on RIPPLE, this will soon go off this situation and you would be happy after, at least make assure your wife for 5-6 months more.
  6. Kalmati

    South Korea Says Yes to Cryptocurrencies

    I think so the March shows sign in Ripple court.
  7. Kalmati

    Cointal - any experiences?

    Hi, I have been trading on this website, it's very easy trading site with debit and credit cards including bank transfer. But their price is higher than other exchange sites.
  8. https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/business/india-business/how-and-where-to-buy-ripple-in-india/articleshow/62900949.cms The newest sensation in digital market, Ripple is the name for a digital currency (XRP) and is also an open payment network under which currency is transferred. It is used as a real-time gross settlement that is transferred from one bank to another on a ‘real time’ and on a ‘gross’ basis. This formed by the Ripple company and is also known as the Ripple Transaction Protocol (RTXP) or Ripple protocol. The aim of this ripple system is to free the people from the limited ways of financial networks, such as credit cards, banks, PayPal and other institutions that restrict access with fees, charges for currency exchanges and processing delays. Ripple doesn't depend on the energy and computing intensive proof-of-work as used by Bitcoin. The Ripple protocol (represented as XRP) is meant to enable instant and direct transfer of money between two parties. Ripple also claims to avoid the fees and wait times of traditional banking and even cryptocurrency transactions through exchanges. Within a span of just a couple of months, Ripple has become world’s third most valuable cryptocurrency with the growth rate of 28, 000 per cent.
  9. Kalmati

    Introducing Ripple on Zebpay

    Great News....
  10. What benefits do banks get by regulated users? Sorry for poor questions.
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    Are there paid Anti-Ripple Fudders?

    I am innocent and XPR Holder...
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