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  1. I dont think OP is FUDing. I am the furthest thing from a fudder and the SEC chairmans comments rubbed me the wrong way. It seems 99% of people viewed what he said as a good thing, but I am not so sure. In no uncertain terms he basically said cryptocurrencies are not securities and digital assets are. I kept asking myself why he said digital assets... Anyway, calling it a digital asset doesnt make it a security, but I did find it peculiar phrasing on the chairmans part since Ripple is the biggest party referring to their related crypto as a digital asset.. I am not really worried, BUT, it
  2. I want to say perhaps from @JoelKatz, but I am not sure I am remembering correctly. 99.99% certain somebody from Ripple said so.
  3. The SEC chairman just stated that Bitcoin as a matter of fact is not a security and will not be classified as such. I dont see Coinbase getting rid of Bitcoin, so this means they will be selling both securities and non-securities. They added ERC20 support so they will be selling all sorts of ICOs. The SEC chairman said ICOs will be listed as securities. Basically whether XRP gets deemed a security or not there is no reason for it not to show up on Coin base. That being said, XRP being deemed a security would be a disaster. In my crazy fantasy, Coinbase is thinking this: ( w
  4. My main gripe with the Ledger Nano S is that I do not know my own secret key. I want to protect it from my computer and the internet. I do not want to protect it from myself. If there is a software glitch and my Ledger app no longer matches my 24 word mnemonic to my correct secret key, I will forever lose access to my wallet. Something like this HAS happened, to multiple people on Reddit as far as I can tell, though there is some argument as to whether it was user error. Regardless, it freaks me out. I really want to use my Ledger Nano S, but I want to have my secret key written down some
  5. Omg.. Ouch... Very dumb indeed. Everyone trying to piece together the mystery thinking it was a hint to something major only to be let down by a stupid marketing idea.
  6. Davids point was that they had to solve liquidity by prioritizing remittance FIs as their first xRapid customers, because banks wouldnt be hopping on board until the unit price goes up and XRP gets liquid. I think Brads recent statements reflect that Ripple knows something we don't, and that is that liquidity will be solved this year, thus banks will jump on board.. This tells me Ripple is expecting a steep price hike in the next few months if they are expecting multiple banks to hop in before EOY. Exciting AF! I dont believe we will be waiting until EOY for our new ATH.
  7. Its been said before that during every xCurrent transaction there is a value displayed showing how much money would be saved if the transaction utilized XRP. Dangling like a carrot... So I would imagine there is literally an xRapid button..
  8. The higher the price climbs the less units they will need. So hopefully when more units are needed than exist, the price will somehow find a way to spike to make up for it.
  9. So wait a sec. If I send half of my XRP that is in my Toast Wallet to an exchange and the exchange gets hacked, instead of just having access to half my funds they have my Toast key so they have access to all of it? I thought a new wallet is generated by the exchange with a new private key.
  10. If you are in the US use a Chase bank debit card and it should be fine. It will decline at first, then call the bank and have them unlock it. Then make the purchase again and it should go through. PNC on the other hand, no luck.
  11. I agree. The price will not moon tomorrow, but tomorrow is a MASSIVE step in getting Japanese banks to start using xRapid. SBI is an absolute godsend for XRP.
  12. I hear ya, but I dont mind getting let down, I am used to it. I am hodling hardcore regardless. I do however love getting hyped up. That's how I came to purchase XRP in the first place.
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