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  1. Wyckoff accumulation phase. Maybe this is the Spring ? ( On the daily and weekly chart )
  2. Pick one : - Ripple got a tons of XRP and nobody to use them - Ripple got less XRP and an entire ecosystem to use it build around XRP and their products. More they sell XRP now to atttact new customers the higher the price will be in the long term because the use will increase. Not short term good news. Long term good news ( 3 to 5 years is now 2 to 4 years also )
  3. https://www.tradingview.com/chart/BLX/w2xxsGv5-Bitcoin-is-at-Critical-Resistance-Here-s-What-s-Next-BLX/ We've to touch the blue line to start getting up again According to MPC we will touch it around this year's end, this theory matches with your estimation
  4. If you're right they would list XRP when a bullrun happen : nasdaq + fomo = Epic candles
  5. That's a good sign but the EMA50 have to stay above the EMA100 before we can say the market will become bullish and enter an accumulation phase. We have to wait few days and we will know
  6. The joke : " When Coinbase will add xrp " has come to an end
  7. Here are also the phases to time the bottom of the BTC and XRP. Each time this is divided into two phases, we must break the first line and then have a confirmation by distinctly breaking the second line with volume to enter a new bullish / accumulation cycle. This will sound the end of the bear market to cross over with the crossover EMA 50-100 we are talking about and a strong buy signal If no break of the second line then we can form a new low The old supports are resistances as we can see XRP line1: 0.30 € XRP line2: 0.40 € BTC line 1: 3470 € BTC line2: 4000 € The figures are rounded and see how it fits perfectly with the psychological supports of the market. Just below the round figures in euros
  8. For the bear market to end, the EMA 50 must cross the EMA 100 and stay on top. He can cross it but then descend below, creating a simple rally in the bear market and then descend on a new low. But if the EMA 50 crosses the EMA 100 and stays above several weeks, then it's a strong buy signal and the end of the bear market to enter a build-up market
  9. I agree with you. Domestic payments to the euro area will not be powered by Ripple. What we see here, and I think, is the use of the Corda R3 network for instant payments. If the banks decided to want the same for international transfers then they would have no trouble doing so thanks to R3 who would then use the XRP network. It's just that the banks were not going to go all in with Corda for the moment but rather to gradually give them an increasingly important place
  10. Before : SEPA transfer from one bank to another (even in the same country in euros): 4 € fee - 48 to 72 hours to receive it (working days except weekends) SEPA transfer from one bank to an other bank in an other country in euros 4€ fee - 48 to 72 hours to receive it (working days except weekends) Now : SEPA transfer anywhere at any time ( working days and weekends and monday ) 0.80/1€ fee - 10 to 20 seconds to receive it Strangely all the banks that now offer in Europe this last type of transfer are part of the R3 Consortium. It is not a coincidence. From now on a transfer towards Kraken for example or a European exchange will be immediate, whereas previously it was necessary to count 3 to 5 days so that it arrives Do banks want the same service for international transfers outside SEPA or in another currency? No problem, R3 Corda is a partner with Ripple and can use his network through XRP to do the same thing internationally Step by step
  11. And in 6 months the time has gone from 48-72 hours to 10 seconds with fees divided by 5? What is the point between this companies? They are partners with R3
  12. I'm not saying that they use the XRP for euro / euro transactions. I strongly believe that they use the R3 network for payments internal to the euro area. How are they going to pay for foreign payments? R3 => Cross-border payments => XRP
  13. More and more European banks in the last 6 months have adopted the instant transfer in euro especially since a few weeks Natixis (BPCE), General Society, BNP etc ... Between 10 to 20 seconds, 24/24, 365/365 with a fee of a few cents per transaction. But what does it really mean? These names may not tell you anything, yet they are ubiquitous in the European banking sector and in the world If we take again the list of the 20 biggest banks in the world and that one speculates the use of the XRP through the platform R3 corda where does one arrive? A picture is worth 1000 words. That's why I think the CEO of SBI is also bullish about using the XRP: "But according to SBI CEO, Yoshitaka Kitao, 2019 will be 20 of the major bank of the world, start incorporating XRP."
  14. Very useful link thank you ! By following your recommendations here is the first throw In blue are surrounded companies that use and / or test transactions with Xrapid. In yellow the potential new main actors likely to use it in the future through Ripple and other organizations
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