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  1. I’m starting to believe it’s because Ripple isn’t selling on the down days. Same reason we haven’t been rebounding like the others on the green day’s.
  2. @Slipstream I want to welcome you to the club! I would say you have a good understanding, but with some ideas that you either haven’t heard of or didn’t consider. First, the Javon’s paradox is a great place to start (please research this as it’s too in-depth to write about). Next, the idea of a network effect has to be in place, read liquidity, for anything of really large value to be transferred and settled without completely disrupting the order books on corridor exchanges (think Bitso). There are more ideas but basically XRP isn’t meant to be a sovereign currency. It’s meant to be a bridge currency and as such no banks need to hold it but only market makers. Therefore, in order to truly make this thing work the value has to appreciation through Javon’s paradox. This leads to why it is so great that more businesses/banks are taking an interest. Would love to know your thoughts. Cheers and please don’t take this community as the knuckle draggers you have encountered. 👍🏻
  3. Looks like a bull flag forming on the xrp/usd 1 day chart. Nothing to see folks... I hope BTW, this thing looks like it is about to explode up on the charts. I’m thinking we are consolidating to get enough powder for the push past .50 and on to the .70-.80 range.
  4. That’s not a very scientific answer...seems more like authoritarian speak to me. Besides, if we get rid of the sun then there’s no longer a problem. Bitcoin isn’t going away regardless of your concern for the planet. Besides, the implications of the immediate shutdown of coal, oil, CNG powered plants would mean the end of much of the civilized and developing world. BTW, why did Germany get rid of nuclear energy and how did that turn out? Hint: Climate change. Hint 2: they relied on more coal fired plants
  5. In terms of percentage of loss it is. However, your point is well made and is a great point.
  6. XRP is solidly above the trend line. I think we might revisit it but I think this ship is in some pretty open waters with some decent volume to boot. I think this is going to be a great second half of the year @Eric123. What do you think?
  7. If it gets to 200k then I’ll be fine with that because XRP will be sitting at close to $20. I can’t wait to start hearing about transaction costs and people waiting in the queue for their transaction confirmations. Last time it went to 20k my friends transaction took 30 days to confirm. So I say that meaning XRP will shine again when people jump ship for 3 second confirmations and zero fees. In all sincerity I’m just glad the space is growing. I’m not going to down a coin because “my coin” isn’t doing as well. I’m just stating what I believe will happen. We’ll all get our 15 minutes of fame so to speak. Update: XRP looks like it’s up against some strong resistance at the .45. If it breaks through with some volume I think we’ll be doing well. If not I would be expecting a pull back to around .42.
  8. I’m thinking XRP gets a pump tonight. It looks super good and it usually lags Bitcoin. I wouldn’t be surprised if we woke up to .60-.70. I guess all this hub-bub is because of greedy or new to the space people. Just chill and watch the greatest show on earth!
  9. Wait for it. It could come from Asia waking up or perhaps Friday. Either way, s***’s about to get real (my opinion of course.) I think we are going to have a very nice week 😏
  10. Looks like a penant is forming on the 5 day chart with higher highs and higher lows on XRP/USD. I’m thinking a break out will happen soon.
  11. Eric123 was asking if anyone knew how he could buy XRP in New York, USA.
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