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Pixelboy

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  1. At the end everything that has been said is pure speculation, the only way to refute such claims is that Mr. David Shwartz and Mr. Nik Bougalis clarify each point but we know that is not going to happen.
  2. Spreading FUD? Just go to the pricing section of Transferwise site, look at the fees.
  3. As everyone has suggested cold storage (paper wallet) is your best option to keep your Zerps safe, make sure to have multiple copies of the paper wallet and store them in a safe physical locations (to have backups files in case something happens in one location). In my case i generated my paper wallet with the help of ToastWallet because it adds an extra layer of security encrypting the information, i printed the encrypted wallet and my key code to decrypt it separately, and i also save the data in USB´s storage which i do not use, and stored them in different safe locations. Then, when you are ready to transfer your Zerps to an exchange in the future, you can restore your wallet in ToastWallet with the key code and the encrypted data.
  4. I think minimum 0.25, in that case i´d buy more, maximum 0.5 which is above my DCA, either way is a great Christmas present.
  5. Don't waste your energy and time on this guy, it is better to focus on other things. Don't feed the troll.
  6. I used to have other tokens, i have done a lot of research, and i converted almost all my portfolio to XRP except ETH, but it is a minor percentage from ETH, so i would say i am all in on XRP, i know it is very risky but i believe that XRP has a bright future ahead.
  7. It is really crazy to see that you could buy 100K Zerps with $600~ USD at the time.
  8. Here is a copy of the site from September 22th: https://web.archive.org/web/20180922042119/https://ripple.com/ It is interesting to see the differences.
  9. Your math is incorrect by one decimal: 25x10^6/589 = 42,444.821
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