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Ramforinkas

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  1. Fib and multi-year resistance (now support) coming in hot. We bounce hard here if we go that low. Not trading advice of course
  2. No lower then 80 to 90 cents. Bleeding stops there.
  3. Yup. Cause the crypto market is so good at pricing DA's correctly. Doge is a fine example.
  4. I sold some here, and also expecting a pullback. If not, I'm good with that also. That said, my BTC DCA is around 6k, and its a fraction of my total crypto portfolio (less then 10 percent). Taking some profit here and there is never a bad thing.
  5. This. I've been rotating money actually out of BTC, ETH, and now ADA into some of my worst performing alts - started doing this a couple of days ago. Sold ADA for the first time today. My ADA DCA was also around 4 cents, and ETH was around 150-200. BTC at 45k doesn't look good anymore to me, even if it runs up past 100k. Hell, BCH looks like a better purchase now then BTC. (my opinions)
  6. Very interesting. He's selling unregistered securities sent directly from Ripple? Perhaps there is some news we don't know about yet?
  7. Back testing .305, looking good.. for now.
  8. Uphold will continue to support XRP for the time being. Also believe Kraken still is. And there's always DEXs.
  9. Breakout from above .22, followed by a back test and a bounce. Hard to not see us now moving up for a bit short term. Daily close in ~5 hours, hoping to see us remain above .22 on the daily. More news could always derail this. Not trading/financial advice.
  10. You could in theory send it to a decentralized exchange, swap it for another DA, then sell that DA. https://defiprime.com/exchanges
  11. Couldn't you always just swap it for something else, then sell the swapped DA?
  12. What risk exactly? SEC literally said exchanges wouldn't be required to delist for at least 5 years. https://www.sec.gov/news/press-release/2020-340
  13. It's a non-US based exchange, and I'm not sure how much volume/business they have in the US compared to the rest of the world. In addition, it's just halting, and just for US customers. I'm still a bit confused though as to why they jumped the gun so early.
  14. I'm also having a hard time understanding why, SEC even listed guidance for DA securities stating exchanges wouldn't be required to delist. Guess we'll have to see how this unfolds.
  15. Coinbase saw .39. Nice to see we bounced off of .305 - .33 support now. Lets hold that level and consolidate here for a bit before making another stab at .38.
  16. I don't think this is a bull trap. The volume is massive, only second to the buy volume which created that bullish engulfing candle we saw at .22. Being rejected at .38 is not unexpected. That was previous support, and .38 fib retracement. I would not be surprised to see a back test with .305. Need to confirm we have that monthly support still. If .38 falls, a quick surge to .44 would be in the cards next. (not investment advice)
  17. Disagree with this. .38 is, if we break .38, .44 is in the cards and could come quick.
  18. Beautiful volume and a nice breakout above .305. Bulls in control (for the time being)
  19. It's hard to justify the drop we saw from just the SEC news (US only). That drop was mostly panic/frustration based with bots/traders jumping in. I mean, we fell a crazy percentage (60-70 percent?) within hours, but welcome to crypto. Lets see if we can hold .305 now, that would be very optimistic. That alone could fuel us back into the .4's.
  20. It claims XRP is a digital asset security - that is different. The SEC also released guidance stating custody exchanges do not need to delist DA securities if they already list the DA security.
  21. A few extremely small exchanges which no one has heard of shouldn't be of much concern to anyone. XRP still stands (for now) as one of the largest and most popular cryptocurrencies. It would not be in favor of exchanges to delist it unless forced upon them.
  22. Didn't the SEC just release guidance on their suddenly made up "DA securities" which states that they'll essentially not require current exchanges to delist DA's that are declared securities? Given that, I don't foresee any large exchanges delisting XRP suddenly. Not to mention this article has fear mongering written all over it.
  23. This. Not to mention then this: (guidance on custody "digital asset securities") https://www.sec.gov/news/press-release/2020-340
  24. .65.. would be nice to see 70's today.. edit: posted this in wrong thread, oops.
  25. Beautiful breakout right now. Nice to see volume returning.
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