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  1. Not really, Fiatleak is usually lower than CMC. CMC just doesn't count KRW prices because they are always like 15% more expensive for every coin.
  2. I don't think so. Especially since they mentioned several times that they'd be losing money with their XRP sales even many years after the founding of the company. I think they even said it in 2020. Its pretty obvious by their actions that one of the primary purposes of XRP was to fund their company. Its been funding them for 9+ years now.
  3. Ray Dalio might have forgotten that the 1934 law was reversed by 1975
  4. They could register and just sell shares of Ripple Stock to raise capital like other companies. I personally think that a lot of coins(xrp and others) were created mostly for the purpose of raising money for the company without having to sell ownership in the company. I think the SEC is going to come down hard on that if you did it in the USA. Also about the investment contract thing, with statements from Brad in 2019 like "I have every confidence that XRP will be used by dozens of large bank by the end of this year", its hard to argue that investors weren't expecting a profit.
  5. Open labs and ripple labs were the same people. This is a BS argument and anyone can see that. Its like saying you aren't money launders because an offshore organization that was created by you is the one doing the money laundering.
  6. Why wouldn't you just use that coin's native network? I mean for Generation 3 cryptos are extremely fast and almost free to transfer. With the lawsuit being there, you may not get the moon money. I think other coins are better investments at this point.
  7. The real answers is that we don't know. Because XRP has never provided any real viable tokenomics model, you are basically left praying that your XRP goes up in value as the only mode of making money holding XRP.
  8. Yeah, but if Ripple has to give up their escrow, they are basically screwed, even if the retail Holder's XRP is deemed a non security. They won't have any money to promote XRP adoption anymore and the coin will lose its value. The main driver of value for XRP is still Ripple and if they have nothing to drive it with, then it isn't worth much.
  9. Yeah, anyone who is not agreeing with your delusional beliefs is spam. But sure, keep making excuses when all the theories continue to fail. You are the one that is delusional spam. Just like Qanon, except in the crypto world. You guys are just grasping at every last straw in the lawsuit, but its not going to turn out in quite the way you guys think. At best it'll be a settlement with a large fine. Gensler has also said that XRP and ETH are securities. But I don't see you mentioning that.
  10. Alright an easy one, posted a week ago: Lets see by a month or two from now if its $10-$13. Its going to be one of his many predictions and theories that come out to be completely wrong. Also Video like "We have a court date, this is big". When the rest of us who understand what a pre-trial date is knew that nothing was going to happen on Feb 22nd. The channel is almost purely hype. Entertaining sure, but pure hype. Many of these channel were pushing to theory that the DTCC new settlement system was using XRP. That system launched and obviously tha
  11. He says we have nothing to go on. We have nothing, except the reality than every single theory that the person he keep referring to has basically failed and he's almost never been right. He's basically following a person that he thinks knows a lot about XRP but is just really making random things like out of thin air like most dot connectors and is pretty much always run. That's what he believes in.
  12. This isn't that uncommon when you talk to people who have been brainwashed by Conspiracy theories. Ever talk to a true Q believer?
  13. DPOS, I think is fine. Most of the new blockchain out there are very cheap and just as fast. They only have a fee because its the incentive for staking so people will participate in the networks. The fee of a few cents per transaction is part of their tokenomics and to make sure people don't spam the network. Coins with staking and tokenomics are simply more lucrative to hold than coins without.
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