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  1. Etoro stores their crypto in a secure cold wallet so it should be fine to leave it with them.
  2. Pretty sure that it has nothing to do with it being Ripple and more to do with the $30m (potentially $50m) cash injection that the business desperately needed. That's not to say I don't think this is a great move by Ripple. I do, and I'm sure it's going to play a part in pushing xRapid forward in terms of additional corridors and increased liquidity. Looking forward to the next year or two!
  3. A big announcement or some other as yet unknown event could drive the price wildly up or down, but I think, if nothing dramatic happens, these numbers are probably about right.
  4. This assumes all 100B are liquid which would never be the case.
  5. Sure is, I have a few positions at around 0.9 that I'd like to see go green! Thanks for the reply. Going to be an interesting summer I think.
  6. All sounds plausible, thanks for the analysis. Do you expect a correction after this? Or a new higher low?
  7. None, Xpring is a different thing entirely. There are a few companies, although maybe not classed as 'big', that already are or will soon be using xRapid. These include MercuryFX, Euro Exim Bank, Omni, Catalyst Credit Union, Cuallix, JNFX, FlashFX and more.
  8. This is probably the closest anyone has come. https://xrpcommunity.blog/xrapid-separating-signal-from-background/
  9. I assume it's to do with the New York Bitlicense. Coinbase has got one but I suspect there may be some regulatory issue which means they can't currently sell in NY.
  10. Fair point. So let's say that we're talking about open source technology that fulfills some interoperability requirements such that the token/coin/currency can be easily incorporated into existing systems. XRP could find itself running to catch up and in the meantime, the challenger is taking over utility cases previously fulfilled by XRP. Would you consider that a possibility? I'm just trying to figure out how things might pan out when the inevitable challenge arises.
  11. Couldn't intellectual property rights prevent this if a challenger showed up with some better tech?
  12. There are so many influencing factors that I don't think it's possible to say it will definitely or will never hit $1000. I would love it if it did but it would require a LOT of things to fall into place so, to me, it seems pretty unlikely. I would suspect that XRP will be superseded by some superior technology before it reaches that point. God I would be happy to be proven wrong however!
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