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  1. This is the second thread you made about this site: https://www.xrpchat.com/topic/31130-when-will-xrp-in-usd-exceed-100-predict-now-to-win-lots/?tab=comments#comment-693006 The other one got heavily criticized, so now you’re creating a second? This whole thing reeks of a scam.
  2. There is no immediate risk as they only know your public address. But the circumstances are alarming. Why do they want to know this info? Do they have any way to physically track you down? If you’re worried, you could just create another wallet and transfer your XRP to it. Or put them on Coinbase, ect.
  3. It all depends on your personal financial situation and your tolerance for risk. What’s the right amount to hold if the price goes to $100? Probably everything you have. But what if it goes to $0? You want enough so that you reap a significant reward if it skyrockets, but not so much that it kills you if it crashes. BTW, it’s not advisable to tell other people how much you own. That could put you and your family at serious risk. We don’t know each other or where we live, but if there’s enough money involved criminals will find a way.
  4. And how would we know this isn't just a scam? Should we just blindly trust that they will honor their word and give the XRP to the correct winner? I don't think so.
  5. What if we are still at $1 in May? Gee, that sounds great. It would exceed my wildest expectations.
  6. This is a good way to miss out on the big jumps. If your sell now with the expectation that it's going to go back down and then the price suddenly jumps to $5, you'll feel stupid. Your 13% will pale in comparison. Not to mention your stress, transactional costs, time, ect.
  7. They probably wouldn't consider us to be reasonable people.
  8. I saw some good things and some not so good things in this report. But I’m no expert is this area either. We really need at attorney that specializes in SEC regulations to weigh in on it. I’m sure one of them is looking into it now.
  9. Agreed. This is nothing new. Coinbase users had this ability the whole time. And they aren't limited to using XRP or Circle either. I could see CB evolving this to an xRapid like product. All they would have to do is automate the process to just a single click to send money. I think is great though that CB is marketing this because I bet the average user didn't know this functionality exists.
  10. It's real. It only works from Coinbase customer to Coinbase customer. There are no KYC/AML issues here as they already know who their customers are.
  11. Do you mean it's up a penny back to where we were a couple of days ago?
  12. It doesn't mean anything. Amazon is partnering with a company that also happens to be partnered with Ripple. That's all.
  13. I wouldn't sell if the price crashes. If it were to go down to let's say $0.10 - $0.15, I'd start buying a little more. What would be the point of selling then? For most people, they would have already lost most of their investment at that point. And by selling, they're denying themselves the possibility of making it back. As we all know cryptocurrency prices are extremely volatile and anything can happen. Historically, selling low is not a winning strategy. No one ever got rich from panicking.
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