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    XRPVisions got a reaction from FOOD in Bitstamp and XRP/ EUR ODL corridor soon?   
    Everybody always has an angle...even when they claim not to have an angle.  If you sell early and give up, you have a stake in proving your choice was an accurate one. If you hold and refuse to sell, you have a stake in proving your choice was an accurate one. It's all ego at the end of the day. 
    Personally, I think patience will win out in the end. 
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    XRPVisions got a reaction from Caracappa in Bitstamp and XRP/ EUR ODL corridor soon?   
    Everybody always has an angle...even when they claim not to have an angle.  If you sell early and give up, you have a stake in proving your choice was an accurate one. If you hold and refuse to sell, you have a stake in proving your choice was an accurate one. It's all ego at the end of the day. 
    Personally, I think patience will win out in the end. 
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    XRPVisions got a reaction from BravoTango in Bitstamp and XRP/ EUR ODL corridor soon?   
    Everybody always has an angle...even when they claim not to have an angle.  If you sell early and give up, you have a stake in proving your choice was an accurate one. If you hold and refuse to sell, you have a stake in proving your choice was an accurate one. It's all ego at the end of the day. 
    Personally, I think patience will win out in the end. 
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    XRPVisions got a reaction from Julian_Williams in The big problem with XRP, and why you'll be waiting (a very long time)   
    Agreed. We also can't underestimate how many people and institutions will opt to buy XRP for their own portfolio and/or use once it becomes a major player in the international payments industry -- which moves price very fast. 
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    XRPVisions got a reaction from VanGogh in Will ODL cause an increase in price? Some thoughts..   
    It seems like there are multiple, concurrent events that will drive the price of XRP upward.  Increasing ODL liquidity needs would gradually create the perception of value and scarcity that is necessary to support a sustainable and long-term price increase.   
    The important price driver that I think tends to get a bad rap is speculation.  Whether we choose to accept it or not, speculation (and sharp instinct) is fundamentally the backbone of any emerging business enterprise.  People (and institutions) must believe in the success of the investment before they invest in it and before it ever actually becomes successful.  Ultimately, we want market makers to believe that they should hold XRP as a source of security and stability against an otherwise unstable monetary system that will ultimately be crippled by an over leveraged debt system.   The narrative that is sown about the asset is important at this stage. 
    It is also true that euphoric belief in the growth of an asset is the underlying driver of speculative and parabolic bubbles.  This is why I think when the XRP price goes up, it will be very fast--like Bitcoin's price movement. The price increase will represent an overspeculation in that moment about the real value of XRP in that moment.  What must happen during and after the initial, speculative parabolic run is the continued embrace of ODL as a viable alternative to servicing transfers in corridors that are not within the clenches of international central banks (maybe Africa, Southwest Asia).   The price will crash hard after the next parabolic run.  But I do not think it will crash down to .20.  Maybe it will go up to $50 and drop to $5 (obviously guessing here).  
    The next parabolic run & crash will cause a lot of people to prematurely pull out of the investment.  This is why very few people become rich.  It takes an insane exercise of willpower and strength to hold onto an investment at this stage in its growth.  Human nature usually wins.  
    Just my two cents.  I'm new here so please forgive the newb for her transgressions (if any).  
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    XRPVisions got a reaction from Tako in Will ODL cause an increase in price? Some thoughts..   
    It seems like there are multiple, concurrent events that will drive the price of XRP upward.  Increasing ODL liquidity needs would gradually create the perception of value and scarcity that is necessary to support a sustainable and long-term price increase.   
    The important price driver that I think tends to get a bad rap is speculation.  Whether we choose to accept it or not, speculation (and sharp instinct) is fundamentally the backbone of any emerging business enterprise.  People (and institutions) must believe in the success of the investment before they invest in it and before it ever actually becomes successful.  Ultimately, we want market makers to believe that they should hold XRP as a source of security and stability against an otherwise unstable monetary system that will ultimately be crippled by an over leveraged debt system.   The narrative that is sown about the asset is important at this stage. 
    It is also true that euphoric belief in the growth of an asset is the underlying driver of speculative and parabolic bubbles.  This is why I think when the XRP price goes up, it will be very fast--like Bitcoin's price movement. The price increase will represent an overspeculation in that moment about the real value of XRP in that moment.  What must happen during and after the initial, speculative parabolic run is the continued embrace of ODL as a viable alternative to servicing transfers in corridors that are not within the clenches of international central banks (maybe Africa, Southwest Asia).   The price will crash hard after the next parabolic run.  But I do not think it will crash down to .20.  Maybe it will go up to $50 and drop to $5 (obviously guessing here).  
    The next parabolic run & crash will cause a lot of people to prematurely pull out of the investment.  This is why very few people become rich.  It takes an insane exercise of willpower and strength to hold onto an investment at this stage in its growth.  Human nature usually wins.  
    Just my two cents.  I'm new here so please forgive the newb for her transgressions (if any).  
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    XRPVisions got a reaction from DreXRP in Will ODL cause an increase in price? Some thoughts..   
    It seems like there are multiple, concurrent events that will drive the price of XRP upward.  Increasing ODL liquidity needs would gradually create the perception of value and scarcity that is necessary to support a sustainable and long-term price increase.   
    The important price driver that I think tends to get a bad rap is speculation.  Whether we choose to accept it or not, speculation (and sharp instinct) is fundamentally the backbone of any emerging business enterprise.  People (and institutions) must believe in the success of the investment before they invest in it and before it ever actually becomes successful.  Ultimately, we want market makers to believe that they should hold XRP as a source of security and stability against an otherwise unstable monetary system that will ultimately be crippled by an over leveraged debt system.   The narrative that is sown about the asset is important at this stage. 
    It is also true that euphoric belief in the growth of an asset is the underlying driver of speculative and parabolic bubbles.  This is why I think when the XRP price goes up, it will be very fast--like Bitcoin's price movement. The price increase will represent an overspeculation in that moment about the real value of XRP in that moment.  What must happen during and after the initial, speculative parabolic run is the continued embrace of ODL as a viable alternative to servicing transfers in corridors that are not within the clenches of international central banks (maybe Africa, Southwest Asia).   The price will crash hard after the next parabolic run.  But I do not think it will crash down to .20.  Maybe it will go up to $50 and drop to $5 (obviously guessing here).  
    The next parabolic run & crash will cause a lot of people to prematurely pull out of the investment.  This is why very few people become rich.  It takes an insane exercise of willpower and strength to hold onto an investment at this stage in its growth.  Human nature usually wins.  
    Just my two cents.  I'm new here so please forgive the newb for her transgressions (if any).  
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    XRPVisions got a reaction from WuWei in The big problem with XRP, and why you'll be waiting (a very long time)   
    Agreed. We also can't underestimate how many people and institutions will opt to buy XRP for their own portfolio and/or use once it becomes a major player in the international payments industry -- which moves price very fast. 
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    XRPVisions got a reaction from DannyRipple in The big problem with XRP, and why you'll be waiting (a very long time)   
    Agreed. We also can't underestimate how many people and institutions will opt to buy XRP for their own portfolio and/or use once it becomes a major player in the international payments industry -- which moves price very fast. 
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    XRPVisions reacted to WuWei in The big problem with XRP, and why you'll be waiting (a very long time)   
    First off you're asserting that finance is "anti-innovation." Based on what, that they're so regulation burdened that they move slowly, or that they're actually inherently innovation averse? The other major problem with your post is in the "end user" argument. While it's true that the people who are ultimately using xrp to send money home to their "unbanked" country may not understand how the transfer service actually works, the reduced fees will naturally result in them using xrp; whether they know it or not. The lack of U.S. regulatory clarity has been a major drag on xrp utilization, and as this gets worked out, things will accelerate rapidly. As more corridors open, the synergy will result in much more than merely an additive effect. My prediction is that once the Japanese regulations go into effect this spring, SBI's intention to ramp up xrp's use, will ultimately result in a cascade of new corridor openings, partner collaborations, and greatly enhanced liquidity. It might take until late summer, or even fall to see these ripple effects, but I'd be surprised if xrp isn't in the double digits before this year is out. I believe that people are seriously underestimating the scope of the potential world-wide market for nearly instantaneous money transfers. When a technology proves itself to not only make things easier and quicker, but saves money in the process as well, the momentum behind adoption is offtimes staggering. You may not agree with my comparison, but Netflix is a perfect example of this recipe. And seriously, "Facts dispenser" - c'mon now.....   
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    XRPVisions got a reaction from madToo in Will ODL cause an increase in price? Some thoughts..   
    It seems like there are multiple, concurrent events that will drive the price of XRP upward.  Increasing ODL liquidity needs would gradually create the perception of value and scarcity that is necessary to support a sustainable and long-term price increase.   
    The important price driver that I think tends to get a bad rap is speculation.  Whether we choose to accept it or not, speculation (and sharp instinct) is fundamentally the backbone of any emerging business enterprise.  People (and institutions) must believe in the success of the investment before they invest in it and before it ever actually becomes successful.  Ultimately, we want market makers to believe that they should hold XRP as a source of security and stability against an otherwise unstable monetary system that will ultimately be crippled by an over leveraged debt system.   The narrative that is sown about the asset is important at this stage. 
    It is also true that euphoric belief in the growth of an asset is the underlying driver of speculative and parabolic bubbles.  This is why I think when the XRP price goes up, it will be very fast--like Bitcoin's price movement. The price increase will represent an overspeculation in that moment about the real value of XRP in that moment.  What must happen during and after the initial, speculative parabolic run is the continued embrace of ODL as a viable alternative to servicing transfers in corridors that are not within the clenches of international central banks (maybe Africa, Southwest Asia).   The price will crash hard after the next parabolic run.  But I do not think it will crash down to .20.  Maybe it will go up to $50 and drop to $5 (obviously guessing here).  
    The next parabolic run & crash will cause a lot of people to prematurely pull out of the investment.  This is why very few people become rich.  It takes an insane exercise of willpower and strength to hold onto an investment at this stage in its growth.  Human nature usually wins.  
    Just my two cents.  I'm new here so please forgive the newb for her transgressions (if any).  
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    XRPVisions got a reaction from Ryyy20 in Will ODL cause an increase in price? Some thoughts..   
    It seems like there are multiple, concurrent events that will drive the price of XRP upward.  Increasing ODL liquidity needs would gradually create the perception of value and scarcity that is necessary to support a sustainable and long-term price increase.   
    The important price driver that I think tends to get a bad rap is speculation.  Whether we choose to accept it or not, speculation (and sharp instinct) is fundamentally the backbone of any emerging business enterprise.  People (and institutions) must believe in the success of the investment before they invest in it and before it ever actually becomes successful.  Ultimately, we want market makers to believe that they should hold XRP as a source of security and stability against an otherwise unstable monetary system that will ultimately be crippled by an over leveraged debt system.   The narrative that is sown about the asset is important at this stage. 
    It is also true that euphoric belief in the growth of an asset is the underlying driver of speculative and parabolic bubbles.  This is why I think when the XRP price goes up, it will be very fast--like Bitcoin's price movement. The price increase will represent an overspeculation in that moment about the real value of XRP in that moment.  What must happen during and after the initial, speculative parabolic run is the continued embrace of ODL as a viable alternative to servicing transfers in corridors that are not within the clenches of international central banks (maybe Africa, Southwest Asia).   The price will crash hard after the next parabolic run.  But I do not think it will crash down to .20.  Maybe it will go up to $50 and drop to $5 (obviously guessing here).  
    The next parabolic run & crash will cause a lot of people to prematurely pull out of the investment.  This is why very few people become rich.  It takes an insane exercise of willpower and strength to hold onto an investment at this stage in its growth.  Human nature usually wins.  
    Just my two cents.  I'm new here so please forgive the newb for her transgressions (if any).  
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    XRPVisions got a reaction from Gilligan in Will ODL cause an increase in price? Some thoughts..   
    It seems like there are multiple, concurrent events that will drive the price of XRP upward.  Increasing ODL liquidity needs would gradually create the perception of value and scarcity that is necessary to support a sustainable and long-term price increase.   
    The important price driver that I think tends to get a bad rap is speculation.  Whether we choose to accept it or not, speculation (and sharp instinct) is fundamentally the backbone of any emerging business enterprise.  People (and institutions) must believe in the success of the investment before they invest in it and before it ever actually becomes successful.  Ultimately, we want market makers to believe that they should hold XRP as a source of security and stability against an otherwise unstable monetary system that will ultimately be crippled by an over leveraged debt system.   The narrative that is sown about the asset is important at this stage. 
    It is also true that euphoric belief in the growth of an asset is the underlying driver of speculative and parabolic bubbles.  This is why I think when the XRP price goes up, it will be very fast--like Bitcoin's price movement. The price increase will represent an overspeculation in that moment about the real value of XRP in that moment.  What must happen during and after the initial, speculative parabolic run is the continued embrace of ODL as a viable alternative to servicing transfers in corridors that are not within the clenches of international central banks (maybe Africa, Southwest Asia).   The price will crash hard after the next parabolic run.  But I do not think it will crash down to .20.  Maybe it will go up to $50 and drop to $5 (obviously guessing here).  
    The next parabolic run & crash will cause a lot of people to prematurely pull out of the investment.  This is why very few people become rich.  It takes an insane exercise of willpower and strength to hold onto an investment at this stage in its growth.  Human nature usually wins.  
    Just my two cents.  I'm new here so please forgive the newb for her transgressions (if any).  
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    XRPVisions got a reaction from Caracappa in Will ODL cause an increase in price? Some thoughts..   
    It seems like there are multiple, concurrent events that will drive the price of XRP upward.  Increasing ODL liquidity needs would gradually create the perception of value and scarcity that is necessary to support a sustainable and long-term price increase.   
    The important price driver that I think tends to get a bad rap is speculation.  Whether we choose to accept it or not, speculation (and sharp instinct) is fundamentally the backbone of any emerging business enterprise.  People (and institutions) must believe in the success of the investment before they invest in it and before it ever actually becomes successful.  Ultimately, we want market makers to believe that they should hold XRP as a source of security and stability against an otherwise unstable monetary system that will ultimately be crippled by an over leveraged debt system.   The narrative that is sown about the asset is important at this stage. 
    It is also true that euphoric belief in the growth of an asset is the underlying driver of speculative and parabolic bubbles.  This is why I think when the XRP price goes up, it will be very fast--like Bitcoin's price movement. The price increase will represent an overspeculation in that moment about the real value of XRP in that moment.  What must happen during and after the initial, speculative parabolic run is the continued embrace of ODL as a viable alternative to servicing transfers in corridors that are not within the clenches of international central banks (maybe Africa, Southwest Asia).   The price will crash hard after the next parabolic run.  But I do not think it will crash down to .20.  Maybe it will go up to $50 and drop to $5 (obviously guessing here).  
    The next parabolic run & crash will cause a lot of people to prematurely pull out of the investment.  This is why very few people become rich.  It takes an insane exercise of willpower and strength to hold onto an investment at this stage in its growth.  Human nature usually wins.  
    Just my two cents.  I'm new here so please forgive the newb for her transgressions (if any).  
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    XRPVisions got a reaction from Lamberth in Will ODL cause an increase in price? Some thoughts..   
    It seems like there are multiple, concurrent events that will drive the price of XRP upward.  Increasing ODL liquidity needs would gradually create the perception of value and scarcity that is necessary to support a sustainable and long-term price increase.   
    The important price driver that I think tends to get a bad rap is speculation.  Whether we choose to accept it or not, speculation (and sharp instinct) is fundamentally the backbone of any emerging business enterprise.  People (and institutions) must believe in the success of the investment before they invest in it and before it ever actually becomes successful.  Ultimately, we want market makers to believe that they should hold XRP as a source of security and stability against an otherwise unstable monetary system that will ultimately be crippled by an over leveraged debt system.   The narrative that is sown about the asset is important at this stage. 
    It is also true that euphoric belief in the growth of an asset is the underlying driver of speculative and parabolic bubbles.  This is why I think when the XRP price goes up, it will be very fast--like Bitcoin's price movement. The price increase will represent an overspeculation in that moment about the real value of XRP in that moment.  What must happen during and after the initial, speculative parabolic run is the continued embrace of ODL as a viable alternative to servicing transfers in corridors that are not within the clenches of international central banks (maybe Africa, Southwest Asia).   The price will crash hard after the next parabolic run.  But I do not think it will crash down to .20.  Maybe it will go up to $50 and drop to $5 (obviously guessing here).  
    The next parabolic run & crash will cause a lot of people to prematurely pull out of the investment.  This is why very few people become rich.  It takes an insane exercise of willpower and strength to hold onto an investment at this stage in its growth.  Human nature usually wins.  
    Just my two cents.  I'm new here so please forgive the newb for her transgressions (if any).  
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    XRPVisions got a reaction from karstnDE in Will ODL cause an increase in price? Some thoughts..   
    It seems like there are multiple, concurrent events that will drive the price of XRP upward.  Increasing ODL liquidity needs would gradually create the perception of value and scarcity that is necessary to support a sustainable and long-term price increase.   
    The important price driver that I think tends to get a bad rap is speculation.  Whether we choose to accept it or not, speculation (and sharp instinct) is fundamentally the backbone of any emerging business enterprise.  People (and institutions) must believe in the success of the investment before they invest in it and before it ever actually becomes successful.  Ultimately, we want market makers to believe that they should hold XRP as a source of security and stability against an otherwise unstable monetary system that will ultimately be crippled by an over leveraged debt system.   The narrative that is sown about the asset is important at this stage. 
    It is also true that euphoric belief in the growth of an asset is the underlying driver of speculative and parabolic bubbles.  This is why I think when the XRP price goes up, it will be very fast--like Bitcoin's price movement. The price increase will represent an overspeculation in that moment about the real value of XRP in that moment.  What must happen during and after the initial, speculative parabolic run is the continued embrace of ODL as a viable alternative to servicing transfers in corridors that are not within the clenches of international central banks (maybe Africa, Southwest Asia).   The price will crash hard after the next parabolic run.  But I do not think it will crash down to .20.  Maybe it will go up to $50 and drop to $5 (obviously guessing here).  
    The next parabolic run & crash will cause a lot of people to prematurely pull out of the investment.  This is why very few people become rich.  It takes an insane exercise of willpower and strength to hold onto an investment at this stage in its growth.  Human nature usually wins.  
    Just my two cents.  I'm new here so please forgive the newb for her transgressions (if any).  
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    XRPVisions reacted to Julian_Williams in New Predication Game for 2020, Lets keep this tradition going guys   
    I agree the low numbers represent the infection of pessimism towards XRP.  But until it pumps it could go on going down and down, because there is nothing other than Speculation holding it up until utility hits. 
     
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    XRPVisions got a reaction from Summer2011 in Long time lurker, MERRY CHRISTMAS   
    Been lurking for a while and just joined the forum myself.  Happy 2020 to you! 
    I have a feeling this year will see some major restructuring of the financial industry, paving the way for XRP price growth!
     
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    XRPVisions reacted to xrphilosophy in Will ODL cause an increase in price? Some thoughts..   
    This thread has been redeemed now after going bear market haywire. 
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    XRPVisions reacted to Julian_Williams in Will ODL cause an increase in price? Some thoughts..   
    In principal I agree too, @XRPVisions .  When it goes it will snowball up very fast, and we are at a moment of maximum danger now.  The pessimism is doing real damage to XRP, and this has to be reversed by some big influential stakeholders in the financial system (or even a few whales) backing the concept behind Ripplenet and starting a run upwards.
    I think the combination of upward trend and publicity about the mechanism that is being installed for the IoV to work on a global scale with frictionless money transfer across borders will send speculators crazy.
    I agree Ripplenet is having most success in backwater economies that have not been properly served by the present failing monetary system.
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    XRPVisions reacted to ManBearPig in Will ODL cause an increase in price? Some thoughts..   
    @XRPVisions
    That’s solid point of view, please continue to share.
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    XRPVisions got a reaction from DannyRipple in New Predication Game for 2020, Lets keep this tradition going guys   
    Q1: $.25 - .50
    Q2: $1 - 3.50
    Q3: $.30 - .60
    Q4: $25 - 50+
    Can't bring myself to predict specific numbers.  I think we are in for a false run mid-year, and a solid run in Q4.  Yeah, I'm going there.  These tiny little numbers that everyone has posted represent palpable disenchantment.  Hang in there, guys.  I've been invested since 2017 and feel optimistic. 
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    XRPVisions got a reaction from xrphilosophy in Will ODL cause an increase in price? Some thoughts..   
    It seems like there are multiple, concurrent events that will drive the price of XRP upward.  Increasing ODL liquidity needs would gradually create the perception of value and scarcity that is necessary to support a sustainable and long-term price increase.   
    The important price driver that I think tends to get a bad rap is speculation.  Whether we choose to accept it or not, speculation (and sharp instinct) is fundamentally the backbone of any emerging business enterprise.  People (and institutions) must believe in the success of the investment before they invest in it and before it ever actually becomes successful.  Ultimately, we want market makers to believe that they should hold XRP as a source of security and stability against an otherwise unstable monetary system that will ultimately be crippled by an over leveraged debt system.   The narrative that is sown about the asset is important at this stage. 
    It is also true that euphoric belief in the growth of an asset is the underlying driver of speculative and parabolic bubbles.  This is why I think when the XRP price goes up, it will be very fast--like Bitcoin's price movement. The price increase will represent an overspeculation in that moment about the real value of XRP in that moment.  What must happen during and after the initial, speculative parabolic run is the continued embrace of ODL as a viable alternative to servicing transfers in corridors that are not within the clenches of international central banks (maybe Africa, Southwest Asia).   The price will crash hard after the next parabolic run.  But I do not think it will crash down to .20.  Maybe it will go up to $50 and drop to $5 (obviously guessing here).  
    The next parabolic run & crash will cause a lot of people to prematurely pull out of the investment.  This is why very few people become rich.  It takes an insane exercise of willpower and strength to hold onto an investment at this stage in its growth.  Human nature usually wins.  
    Just my two cents.  I'm new here so please forgive the newb for her transgressions (if any).  
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    XRPVisions got a reaction from Ripple-Stiltskin in Will ODL cause an increase in price? Some thoughts..   
    It seems like there are multiple, concurrent events that will drive the price of XRP upward.  Increasing ODL liquidity needs would gradually create the perception of value and scarcity that is necessary to support a sustainable and long-term price increase.   
    The important price driver that I think tends to get a bad rap is speculation.  Whether we choose to accept it or not, speculation (and sharp instinct) is fundamentally the backbone of any emerging business enterprise.  People (and institutions) must believe in the success of the investment before they invest in it and before it ever actually becomes successful.  Ultimately, we want market makers to believe that they should hold XRP as a source of security and stability against an otherwise unstable monetary system that will ultimately be crippled by an over leveraged debt system.   The narrative that is sown about the asset is important at this stage. 
    It is also true that euphoric belief in the growth of an asset is the underlying driver of speculative and parabolic bubbles.  This is why I think when the XRP price goes up, it will be very fast--like Bitcoin's price movement. The price increase will represent an overspeculation in that moment about the real value of XRP in that moment.  What must happen during and after the initial, speculative parabolic run is the continued embrace of ODL as a viable alternative to servicing transfers in corridors that are not within the clenches of international central banks (maybe Africa, Southwest Asia).   The price will crash hard after the next parabolic run.  But I do not think it will crash down to .20.  Maybe it will go up to $50 and drop to $5 (obviously guessing here).  
    The next parabolic run & crash will cause a lot of people to prematurely pull out of the investment.  This is why very few people become rich.  It takes an insane exercise of willpower and strength to hold onto an investment at this stage in its growth.  Human nature usually wins.  
    Just my two cents.  I'm new here so please forgive the newb for her transgressions (if any).  
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