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KevClem

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  1. They have been ready and waiting for this day to come for years. Most of this was already prepared well in advance.
  2. It sure is. When the dust settles, however long that takes, there should be regulatory clarity that will allow a pathway forward.
  3. Pullback, yep likely. Sell part of stack ? Not at this stage. I'm patient enough to hold out and see whether it can hit some of the crazier numbers predicted, and in doing that I am happy to risk losing the lot. It's all or nothing for me with XRP.
  4. Even if XRP is central to Ripple, it doesn't make it any more likely to increase in price, that ship seems to have sailed. Wondering whether to wait and pray for another irrational pump to "derisk", or keep it and use it to buy lollies and kiddy toys.
  5. Brad G will do it personally. Infact it might be a new service for where ODL lacks corridors. How about xDeliver.
  6. Im by no means a sec lawyer, perhaps my post was confusing. I was refering to him being one.
  7. The air quality in Sydney has been terrible since November. Lot's of smoke and haze.
  8. Thanks @Sporticus. Have been following this and your comments in the other thread. Being in the game as a sec lawyer, im inclined to listen to your commentary above and beyond the fainboi giberish.
  9. Perphaps i've forgotten what i am actually whinging about again. What was the question again ? Lol
  10. But we dont know whether crypto is good and useful. Bitcoin has been around for an entire decade and is on a trajectory course to becoming the greatest man-made environmental disaster. The power consumption is just outright embarrasing and far outweights any benfefit it offers. Didn't Brad G say 99% of coins without a usecase will disappear. We are far from any type of mainstream adoption, so lets see how it plays out.
  11. There is absolutely no comparison that can be made between electricity and crypto. Not sure why you even chose to compare the two to make a point.
  12. I understand what it can do and the capabilities your describe. Assume it never obtains widescale adoption. What changes ? Nothing. The world will continue to keep ticking. So why do we need crypto ?
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