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Ryyy20

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  1. Not a lot, have been DCA’ing over the years, chasing that ever so close “bull run” I have a great job that supplies me with enough to mess around in crypto and not miss it. I look at these prices as something I never in my wild dreams could’ve imagined back in ‘18. Just have no idea how much further we have to fall with what’s going on in the world. ive already been told to work remotely at my company as many others have as well...things seem to be coming quickly to a halt in the states
  2. I mean it’s coming straight from the top brass at Ripple, here’s *one* instance of Chris Larsen explaining how digital assets like XRP can help during global financial crisis: https://ripple.com/insights/chris-larsen-reflects-on-disruption-regulation-and-the-internet-of-value-at-money20-20/ “He (Larsen) believes that digital assets, could help prevent the next financial crisis by solving the global liquidity problem. Larsen cited the digital asset XRP as one such example, due to its ability to provide instant transfers of value across borders without a pre-funded nostro account”
  3. Do we know why Ripple initially bought their shares for something like $4+? Do they just not care short term, and are able to forecast that in the long term the savings+revenue will make the stock worth >$4?
  4. Don’t they still have a call at 9am est? Might get some tidbits in that...I still don’t understand why they had to postpone it from last week though
  5. I’ve seen this explained as happening b/c of a US bank holiday on Monday (pres day)...so the ensuing days had an increase in volume to cover the off day on Monday, and then a return back to normal-ish after. Of course we can only know for sure after more data...can they just slap an official ODL monitor up on ripple.com already plzzzzz (kidding of course, the work @mouradski and team have done has been brilliant)
  6. Guess Texas is the place to be for BTC mining: https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.theblockcrypto.com/amp/post/52286/sbi-holdings-gmo-internet-set-to-mine-bitcoin-at-300mw-facility-in-texas
  7. Noticing some large transfers of USD->MXN: Any anomalies you’re tracking @JASCoder
  8. So based on the tweet from MGI COO, isn’t this game changing for moneygram?? Using ODL on the backend and visa fast send will legit *settle* payments in seconds. It’s solving for the last leg of the payment from bank to customer which always was the slow part of xRapid transactions (local rails were slow, that’s why it typically took a total of 3-4minutes. XRP part done in seconds)
  9. From that post: > What if Ripple captures the value of an increasing volume of International payments driven by the reduction in friction? Maybe $120 Now couple that with the statements he made at swell regarding moneygram being an unlimited source of volume for ODL: And his own feelings on how the price might rise one day: I read it as once volume starts to really heat up, there could be a significant jump in price (based on his reddit post)
  10. Indeed it does and it seems Bitstamp is leading:
  11. Have you looked into doing one through digital ocean or some other cloud type setup? You want a validator to be continually running and connected to the network, so while It may be possible to use a laptop, it may not be the best idea due to low level of fault tolerance: https://medium.com/@WietseWind/how-to-run-a-ripple-validator-digitalocean-7e5fca1c3d77
  12. Brilliant stuff man, if I read correctly it seems to indicate MM activity as whales try to dump the price...seems we’ve finally got some damn fishermen w/ harpoons on our side
  13. Please keep doing so as time permits, very entertaining to follow on! Thanks for the great work
  14. These are very valid questions. I’ll link this comment but the whole thread (I know it’s 20pages) is very worth reading:
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