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  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. Zebpay added XRP

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

    I am innocent and XPR Holder...
  6. XRP will rise from the ashes

    Heard many those type good news, but nothing going to work for XRP and other coins. I think so this is the end of the cryptocurrencies
  7. XRP will rise from the ashes

    To the Moon
  8. CoinJar just added Ripple (XRP).

    Good to buy now....
  9. Bitcoin has now shed over half of its value since the $20k high recorded on January 18, dropping to lows of $8,394 this morning. Ripple fell to $0.75, as XRP crashed back towards prices not seen since before its dramatic rise in December. https://www.express.co.uk/finance/city/913552/Bitcoin-crash-ripple-crypto-price-falling-will-bitcoin-recover-will-ripple-recover
  10. A growing number of big U.S. credit-card issuers are deciding they don’t want to finance a falling knife. JPMorgan Chase & Co. and Bank of America Corp., the nation’s two largest banks, said they’re halting purchases of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies on their credit cards. JPMorgan, enacting the ban Saturday, doesn’t want the credit risk associated with the transactions, said Mary Jane Rogers, a spokeswoman for the firm. https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-02-02/bofa-to-decline-all-cryptocurrency-transactions-on-credit-cards