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SquaryBone

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  1. Chickening out already :s What's wrong with DYOR? Or are you just watching youtube videos from ScamIAm, DigitalAssInvestor and NoDoubtAboutItComonIn-guy? If there's no consequences then there's really no need to waste my time on it. I'll say it again and perhaps this time try to actually READ the sentence (perhaps word by word if that helps you comprehend): I DON'T WANT TO WASTE MY TIME ON IT. I want to make time for it but I don't want to waste it. This comes to mind:
  2. If you agree on getting your account deleted, together with the mods agreeing to delete your account if I prove it I'd be happy to go look for the document though.
  3. hahah not gonna fall for that one. I provide proof in my post history. I can waste my time looking for it, post it here, it'll be ignored and next topic the same will happen. Sometimes I do learn from my mistakes.
  4. Nope, not going to waste time on that as I see you're already failing to read what I wrote (and a lot of members here have dementia). DYOR. But thanks for your useful contribution.
  5. Another great contribution from our easily-triggered Ecne to this forum.
  6. I've mentioned the fact that the FINCEN ruling doesn't have any real bearing on the SEC for years. It was always laughed at. I believe it was even mentioned in the FINCEN document itself. Yet they intentionally and knowingly disregarded this. What strikes me though is the timing of this lawsuit. And not only that: allowing this to go on for many many years. I understand how it was seen as the SEC implicitly allowing it. It's not like XRP was some obscure coin. But yeah the SEC talking about BTC and ETH and not saying a word about XRP was a sign on the wall. How the SEC protects investors
  7. As far as I know you can't undo history just yet. So how they will undo what happend x years ago with this...
  8. I'll keep it short and clear: No. This has been discussed many times and it keeps on being a stupid idea. If you want out of XRP or don't like it: sell your xrp and take a random other coin. I disagree with a lot of moonbois here but forking xrp ... Why you would even remotely think that @JoelKatz or @Wietse would be in on this?
  9. Compare it with the GME stock that was 140% shorted. If they got to return those 140% of which only 100% exists you know the shit was going to hit the fan. With holding it in your own wallet this can't happen. You're the owner at all times. So whatever fractional reserve operation an exchange is running you won't be affected (in the sense of loosing your assets).
  10. Luckily we have XRP which is the solution to everything
  11. Exactly. Always put up a new date for postponing your hopes
  12. You start talking about whether XRP is a security and then switch to how XRP is sold as an investment contract. The case is about the latter it seems. Not about whether XRP is a security.
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