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gamblin310

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  1. Garlinghouse just said Ripple has $1 billion in the bank AFTER they spent $300 million buying back shares. Does anyone remember how much cash they had the last time they provided an update? If so, then we can figure out how profitable they are...
  2. https://www.finastra.com/viewpoints/brochure/ripplenet-fusion-total-messaging
  3. Wrong. When a senator receives a communication from a constituent, they assume that 1000 other people feel the same way.
  4. Call/email/tweet your Senators and tell them to: Vote YES on the Wyden-Lummis-Toomey amendment and Vote NO on the Portman-Warner-Sinema amendment that favors inefficient Proof of Work cryptocurrencies that consume tremendous amounts of energy. https://www.senate.gov/senators/senators-contact.htm
  5. Call/email/tweet your Senators and tell them to: Vote YES on the Wyden-Lummis-Toomey amendment and Vote NO on the Portman-Warner-Sinema amendment that favors inefficient Proof of Work cryptocurrencies that consume tremendous amounts of energy. https://www.senate.gov/senators/senators-contact.htm
  6. They recently migrated to XRPL, and I think it is a project worthy of discussion. @karlos
  7. Does anyone know if any casino companies are interested in CSC?
  8. XRP holders have largely held their fire so far, rightly giving Gensler plenty of time to change course at the SEC. But it seems that course change is not going to come, and that makes Gensler complicit in the SEC's shameful treatment of XRP retail investors. Remember, all the SEC has to do is to clarify that XRP today isn't a security. They can still pursue Ripple if they want to. The SEC has caused XRP retail investors to collectively lose billions of dollars - these are the very people the SEC is supposed to protect. So it's infuriating to see Gary Gensler going on his media blitz now, talking about all the great things he's supposedly doing for everyday investors.
  9. I wonder if Moneygram is happy that Jed(?) apparently leaked this information. The reports just say that Stellar/Advent offered to buy Moneygram, not that there is an active negotiation. Sounds like Moneygram hasn't even responded yet. Jed has always struck me as someone who is extremely intelligent but lacks the ability to deal with others effectively.
  10. Hinman's deposition is going to be way too embarrassing for them.
  11. They must feel pretty confident about a favorable resolution in the SEC matter.
  12. Sure, but let's not forget this is a great mess to be in. 🤑 🤑 🤑
  13. Crap on Americans as much as you want. If US taxpayers face large tax burdens from the distributions they will sell and sell hard; they will be forced to sell just to afford their obligation to the IRS.
  14. 😭😭😭 crybaby 😭😭😭 Any of the options are fine with me. I do have a preference, but wont share it here.
  15. bitrue.com it's not possible to stake xrp
  16. If Ripple had gone to the SEC in 2012, no one would have known what the hell they were talking about. SEC in 2012: Crypto-what? Sounds fishy. Don't do it. Innovation summarily destroyed.
  17. Clayton had to file the enforcement action before the investigation was completed because his boss lost reelection...
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