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Triple

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  1. Triple

    The new XRP symbol is horrible

    Haha thanks 😂
  2. Triple

    The new XRP symbol is horrible

    I agree! Except for the $1,000 part. Maybe $10,000. Heck even $100,000. A new symbol is a HUGE deal.
  3. Triple

    The old XRP symbol is horrible

    And there are two sides to that coin, too. That was debated...ultimately, it was decided that because Ripple is part of the XRP Community that they, too, should be able to submit a design to be voted on. The most interesting part about this is the approach Ripple took for the symbol design submission is the exact same in how they've released their projects on top of the XRP ledger. (boom)
  4. Triple

    The old XRP symbol is horrible

    My sentiment exactly.
  5. Triple

    The new XRP symbol is horrible

    Ok, I'll agree that my tone towards Claire was a bit dramatic, I'll edit that bit out. I'm just a bit jaded that she had a symbol submission. I felt like she was likely to garner votes due to her position, and the quality was just not there on the entry in my opinion.
  6. Triple

    The new XRP symbol is horrible

    New? I've been lurking since $0.15 m8.
  7. Triple

    The new XRP symbol is horrible

    What's the difference between two zerps and a joke?
  8. Triple

    The new XRP symbol is horrible

    The new symbol sucks so bad that I'm dumping my bag and going all in on DOGE
  9. Triple

    The new XRP symbol is horrible

    Ain't no fudster. Just saying my opinion. I don't even think this is damaging for Ripple or XRP, I just think the logo looks sloppy. Not like it "matters", the tech is there and XRP will still eventually dominate the market.
  10. Triple

    The new XRP symbol is horrible

    Exactly. It's so rough looking that I could never imagine it being the permanent logo. So sloppy.
  11. Triple

    The new XRP symbol is horrible

    I use CMC because LCW loads extremely slowly on my phone. Also it looks even worse on LCW, my god.
  12. WOW. Take a look at how horribly awkward and un-optimized the new XRP symbol is when sat alongside the other coins on coinmarketcap. It looks absolutely AWFUL. I'm almost convinced that the votes were botted to pick the absolute WORST option that was available! How did this happen?? Such a let down. The quality of the edges of the image when converted into a mini-thumbnail look fuzzy, and the actual shape looks squished. To top it off, it now blends in with ETH and EOS. I understand the need for a unique symbol and all that jazz but this was a horribly thought out, half-assed decision. Looking at Twitter and Reddit, I know I'm not the only person who thinks this. SUCH A DOWNGRADE! There goes our individuality that the old logo held. And before anyone tries to say that it doesn't matter or yadda yadda, yeah whatever. But it seriously looks like a ******* five year old drew the thing.
  13. Hello friends! I've seen so many lovely, detailed graphs around the crypto space and particularly on this forum, so I decided to take a crack at conveying my thoughts on the pattern that I've seen for some time while reading the XRP/BTC charts, and why I think we may have just finally found a new floor against BTC, which may in effect shift the tides of digital assets as we know it. Below is the full history of XRP/BTC, notated carefully with my /highly detailed/ MS paint edits. As you can see, XRP seems to be hopelessly pegged against BTC, there appears to be little to no hope of ever breaking this pattern, and no matter how hard XRP surges, it always gets beat down into the ground, doomed to forever be - wait.. If you're seeing what I'm seeing, it appears that there is a faint glimmer of hope! What's this?! It appears that there is some resistance! As we spiral downwards to the death floor of inadequacy and shame, the pilot seems to be pulling up! But what does this mean? And how does this suggest that things could possibly be going differently this time around? Well, sit back and relax as I offer my educated guess! As we can see, there appears to have been two similar events that have happened in the history of XRP/BTC, labeled such as Events #1 & #2. Both of these events appear to have three things in common. First, they have a small warning pump (!), followed by two more significant spikes. What I feel is important to remember when looking at this data is that the overwhelming majority of the ecosystem is currently controlled by unregulated whale bots that have learned how to completely game the system as efficiently as possible in order to grow their own stacks. So, what exactly have I noticed? During Event #1, it appears that the secondary spike failed to successfully rally against BTC, and resulted in a downtrend that returned the value of XRP against BTC back to baseline. XRP then fell under the baseline against BTC and was VERY quickly pumped upwards. If I had to guess, the whales either pushed XRP down to that level in order to accumulate, or naturally took the deal as it stood. Now, here's where things get hairy. This originally discouraged me as I watched it unfold, as I was looking for this to see what exactly would happen. After spike #1 occurred, XRP quickly fell from the result of a /MASSIVE/ FUD operation - a last ditch attempt at protecting BTC. XRP took a nose dive, plunging all the way back down just above baseline. The horror! Suddenly, we sky-rocketed all the way back up, almost re-testing the ATH! And then we continued our free-fall back to earth. But, this time things appear to be different. Compare all previous downtrends (Event 1's first and second, as well as Event 2's first) and what you will see is that they all had this sharp, up-and-over type drop, a free-fall with no end in sight, while Event 2's second drop is shaping out to be more like a C-Shape. A gradual, smooth curve that shows lots of resistance against the downtrend. As a bonus cherry-on-top, if you compare Event 2's spikes what you'll notice is given the same distance from each spike into the downtrend, we were better off during the second drop! There appears to be a relative uptrend here when compared to Event 1, which looks like a downtrend in comparison. Now, what exactly does this all mean? I'm not an expert, but it seems like we are finally showing signs of decoupling from BTC! I accept, however, that I could be completely wrong and we're heading right back down to the dirt. Hope you enjoyed my Amateur analysis! Let me know what you personally think is going on!
  14. I feel the same tbh. It's time to start accumulating.
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