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  1. Anyone wanna start a $h1t-coin of the day thread on the alt-coin forum?
  2. Actually I was referring to how there is no wiggle room when it comes to executing smart-contracts in a blockchain.You do realize I haven't broken any XRP Chat rules, do you understand what 'anything' means? Also to respond to your previous post, changing a few words around is not 're-arranging the forum structure', it literally takes 2 minutes and it will avoid ambiguity in the future. I'll take my jokes elsewhere since you're too sensitive.
  3. No I want them to have clear and concise rules. This is talking about blockchain right? You do understand that blockchains are all about rules and transparency because computers have to abide by logic, right? There is no wiggle-room when it comes to million dollar transactions. I want to know exactly what's going on. Basically what you're saying is that we should not follow rules we set in place and cross-logic? See how far that gets you in any computer-related field.
  4. So I posted an april fools joke about JPM jumping on train with XRP, and I posted it in the XRP forums because it was specifically about XRP. The reason I posted it here and not the off-topic forum was because in off-topic it says to talk about things specifically NOT about XRP. So I posted it in the forum that is supposed to be talking about XRP. Last year it was fine to do that and nobody cared. This year some people seem extra sensitive to this content, specifically because it's at a perfect time in the market and things are rising and news like that can spread like wild-fire, even if it's 'troll' news. Well today is april fools and everyone is joking on the internet so grow a pair and learn to decipher what makes good information and what isn't and don't believe everything you read on this forum. I propose you change your forum descriptions because the article was about XRP wether you like it or not, so it's technically within the forums guidelines. Maybe create 2 subforums so that you can have the people that only want to hear XRP praise and then you can have a 'negative' XRP forunm and you can read all the bad things about it, or troll articles. Can I ask why there is a thread about XRP in the forum that says specifically to NOT talk about XRP?
  5. https://cryptoinsider.com/jp-morgan-drops-jpm-coin-embraces-xrp/amp/#referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.com&amp_tf=From %1%24s Pls don't look at the date
  6. Anyone feel sore this morning?
  7. Most of the time I see the same forum avatars making quality posts so I spread some RPP to show them I like what they said and to keep posting good material. On any forum there's always those people that everyone likes bc of the way they form their thoughts and articulate it. Over time people recognize them more often since they are able to 'trust' their posts.. Some people take it more seriously, some people post infrequently and never really obtain much RPP, even though they might have good ideas. I think that people are more likely to give someone RPP if they recognize them as someone who provides value to the community on a consistent basis compared to an account that posts once a week. Pretty much if you have a recognizable avatar and are a regular that posts decent content, you'll obtain more RPP. None-the-less it's just like Karma and only here to inflate our e-peens
  8. I think competition is healthy in any industry. XLM and XRP will keep each other in check and make sure one doesn't get too 'lazy' and stops innovating. I hold both XLM and XRP and I hope both of them do well. I think we are at a tipping point now that regulations are starting to ramp up and governments and businesses are starting to put plans in for adoption. XRP might be the standard for certain platforms, and XLM might be the standard on another. At the end of the day I can always convert XLM to XRP or XRP to XLM using Bitcoin or ETH. I think if you're afraid of XLM you're too far invested in one single aspect of crypto and you should diversify more, but it's your money not mine so do what you think is best
  9. Imagine if you had crypto-game modes on something like Fortnite where it costs 50 cents to join a game, but the winner takes all the money, or maybe distribute it to the top 3 players (obviously there would be the ability to define custom rule-sets, etc.). You could potentially make $49.50 on a 100 player game, which would bring a new way to game to the industry and evolve it into the 21st century. Make these game modes 18+ and have someway to validate this, but obviously there will still be kids who steal their mums credit card and lose thousands bc they are terrible, such is life. This to me is like those crappy crypto gambling platforms but on steroids and the fact you get to use your skill versus other players instead of relying on a 'randomizing' algorithm brings a whole new dimension to gaming while giving gamers a way to make money and bringing crypto into adoption. I don't think you understand just how big the gaming industry is as a whole. If crypto was only used for gaming, it would still be huge. Tournaments could have smart-contracts to pay the winning team and you would avoid the drama of teams not getting paid, players getting screwed by their sponsors, etc. Everything will be in plain sight and nothing is hidden
  10. As long as you can access Earth's internet, yes.
  11. now everyone will flock to XRP and create another mini bear trap
  12. Lol. You only need to provide your information if you intend to withdraw to FIAT on the major exchanges. If you're worried about privacy, you need to convert it to bitcoin, go tumble it, create a new exchange account, send bitcoin, change to xrp, then send to paper wallet (preferably a brand new one). Who am I?
  13. Theoretically all it needs is enough money to swallow Bitcoin, and if it did that, then it would swallow the whole crypto market too (XRP the standard). Only reason Bitcoin is king is bc it has the most market-cap and even then it's teeny-tiny compared to any major industry. XRP would have to go against the grain and there would need to be an unexpected pump out of no-where to get people to FOMO in. Most of this market isn't "reading" graphs, it's knowing how people are affected psychologically by price changes. A sociologist would have a better understanding of bitcoin than an economist.
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