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kryptoroi

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  1. Im a litle concerned about Corey's statements. Did he basically say that Ripple's primary focus was on remittance companies and NOT banks?? That somewhat contradicts what Brad said not too long ago about asserting that many banks will use xrp and hopefully dozen next year. I feel that they need to clarify this and all be on the same page. Im a believer in this technology but This is not giving me a sense of security when they make contradictory comments like this.
  2. BCH was in my opinion the last coin added on coinbase that will see significant gains as it did. That's because it was not announced months in advance and unexpected by most. The addition of ETC however may not see anywhere near those gains. They've notified the public months in advance so i think the pump has already begun. I truly believe that most people who have coinbase are now also on binance and other platforms where they can buy altcoins. My point is, with the market being this down already, with no new volume coming in, the addition of xrp on coinbase will not have that big of a BANG at this particular time. It may provide more liquidy for the long run, but thats about it. When BCH experienced that big surge, crypto interest was at its highest. At this time, the addition of a new coin on coinbase ALONE will not attract new investors and institutional investors already know how to get their hands on altcoins without relying on coinbase. So unlike so many people being mad at coinbase for not adding xrp, i on the other hand am glad because the timing isnt right. I can see a scenario in which we get added on coinbase and the price doesn't move as expected and 1) everybody starts to complain 2) more FUDs come in 3) people start dumping xrp. So the timing needs the be right. As ive stated, the surge of any coin's addition on coinbase will be driven by an equal surge of new "regular" investors. There's however currently very little interest from new "regular" investors. Remember, institutional investors do not need coinbase at the moment, only newbees do.
  3. Executive Director of American Express-France had an interview in French where she states that They’ve implemented Ripple’s technology and are currently LIVE in the UK and will later go LIVE in other countries. Unfortunately, the interviewer doesn’t seem to be well versed with Xcurrent and Xrapid, and fails to specifically ask her whether they were using xcurrent or xrapid.
  4. kryptoroi

    My Newbie Unbiased Theory

    I never changed my name! how old are you?? If you"re older than 15, then im amazed at your level of immaturity! im here to make money, so i talk about things that matter, very simple. So go finish being breastfed!
  5. -Ryan Coffey suing Ripple Represented by Taylor-Copeland Law -Vladi Zakinov suing Ripple -Also sued Blue Buffalo Ducks, 2017 (repeat offender) , was represented by lawyers from Robbins Orroyo lawfirm then, and is still being represented by Robbins Orroyo in this case. -Robbins Orroyo lawfirm 600 B St, San Diego, CA 92101 Taylor-Copeland Law 501 Broadway #800, San Diego, CA 92101 (Both 0.2miles from each other~5mins walking distance) So is all of this just a coincidence or is it actually orchestrated? And lastly, depending on how long they take, do you think that ripple actually welcomes these cases so they can put the whole securities issue to rest? If the SEC is taking forever to given clear and concise regulatory guidelines, maybe the verdict in this case will give investors the “go-ahead”.
  6. kryptoroi

    My Newbie Unbiased Theory

    I absolutely do not mind it! Because im very confident that im not, i display characteristics that do not line up with what a moron is. As a rule of thumb, welcome adversity and just be confident enough to defend your position. But once again it all boils down to this thing called confidence, something your mom shoud have instilled in you before you ended up like YOU!
  7. kryptoroi

    My Newbie Unbiased Theory

    You are ridiculous!!! He clearly stated that it was his opinion! How did he insult anyone? If he feels a certain way about something, he doesn't have the right to address it? Must every single thing be extremely positive about ripple just because you're afraid to hear a different view? I'm not saying it's a scam, but if you're so confident about a product, a) you should be able to defend it when people talk negatively about it b) you should Not be so offended the minute a statement contradictory to your views is made. This is an open forum where everyone should be able to express it address their concerns, regardless of how positive or negative they may be! Then and only then will we mature as a community and come up with REAL answers to our qs!
  8. Eventhough xrp nullifies nostro accounts, its main purpose is sourcing liquidy and for payment providers to expand reach into new markets…I think you’re getting lost in the context of “replacing fiat”. Brad himself has stated multiple times that we want to work with banks, that government isn’t going anywhere. So I don’t think xrp really replaces FIAT currency. “banks can source liquidity on demand in real time without having to pre-fund nostro accounts.” “Payment Providers use XRP to expand reach into new markets, lower foreign exchange costs and provide faster payment settlement.” What I got from the SEC so far is that they really don’t know how to approach or regulate cryptocurrency and want to scare market makers into registering with them. In my opinion, worst case scenario if xrp is deemed a security, they can take it to court and fight it. Is the SEC willing and able to sustain a barrage of lawsuits from EVERY COIN that is deemed a security?? There are already talks that many coins are already lawyering up in anticipation of the SEC categorizing them as a security. So we’ll see how it all pans out!
  9. ive only been an investor in Xrp for a year so im not sure whether ripple ever had a coin offering! it seems that most people dont want to address the security issue but after doing some digging , it appears that ripple lab had two coin offerings back in 2016 ($31 million and $55 million) but the thing is that they also filled for two "Notice of Exempt Offering of Securities". So if anyone out there knows more about their potential ICO back in 2016 or has more insight on what the exemption really means. https://www.sec.gov/cgi-bin/browse-edgar?action=getcompany&CIK=0001685012&owner=include&count=40&hidefilings=0 https://bravenewcoin.com/news/ripple-labs-close-to-30-million-funding/
  10. Can someone rephrase this for me??? Based on what he's saying, 99.99 % of crypto will fall under securities since they all somehow raise money to advance their program/research/project and allow the coin to be sold on the secondary market! But since ripple and xrp are separate , I guess we're safe??
  11. kryptoroi

    Did anybody else know this???

    well im not trying to turn this into a competition because this will be even more childish nor am I trying to brag but I just hate it when you guys are so quick to jump to the conclusion that people are trying to spread FUD whenever they voice a legitimate concern. That being said, less than a million, more than a 100k
  12. kryptoroi

    Did anybody else know this???

    wow!!!! you guys are so childish with your conspiracies whenever someone brings up something you don't like to hear. Im actually pretty sure I own more xrp than you so nobody is trying to spread FUD.
  13. SBI, major partner and investor in ripple and xrp invested 10millionUSD earlier this year in a company called “templum”. Templum ‘s primary function is to facilitate offering and secondary trading of digital assets offered as SECURITIES. Just recently also, SBI took it a little further by acquiring stakes in templum for an undisclosed amount. So my worry is that, maybe SBI feels that xrp is a security??? $10 million and also buying up shares are big steps to take if they were simply unsure about it. Or maybe SBI simply wants to offer services for “other” coins that they deem securities, and not XRP. What are your thoughts??
  14. Xrp holder here! Just wanted a quick clarification! Correct me if I'm wrong but isn't this demo simply person A transferring money from their bank account to person's B account? How is this transfer any different from Google pay, Apple pay or even venmo? A friend of mine send me some $$ via Google pay and it was in my bank account immediately! I understand the crossborder payment between "banks" but from an individual use stand point as in this video, I'm trying to understand the difference between that and the services I mentioned!
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