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  1. Why, because other people have rival products? Thats like saying Visa is so big that Mastercard, American Express, Discover, etc., have no chance. Every industry has competition, it promotes a healthy ecosystem.
  2. The BTC price “supposedly” already reflects the future halving (per the analysts). But what are analysts analyzing? Fundamentals don’t mean sh*t in a manipulated market. However, I think fomo from the individual retail side as it relates to a reduced block reward (scarcity principle) and the general economic / world state (ie. overdue recession in the US), could have a positive price affect. 🤞 for breaking $1.00 sometime in 2020.
  3. Agreed. Isn't it ironic that Hal lived roughly 3 miles away from Dorian Satoshi Nakamoto? The most obvious answer is usually the correct one.
  4. What’s the point of all this, seriously? So many people trusted an exchange, and you’re publicly stating on this board that you played a part in stealing from many people on this board... No one’s empathizing with you.
  5. Don't count yourself out, everyone is creative to some degree. Remember you have a unique point of view, and look at things differently than any other person - that in itself is valuable. I would recommend further immersing yourself here, and making friends with other people who are building things, community is key. Keep us in the loop.
  6. @Hodor You've been one of the biggest contributors to the XRP community, and have helped many of us stay optimistic through the multi-year crypto winter. Thank you for your dedication, and the work you constantly put in - its really admirable. Psyched to see what you do next!
  7. I think simplicity overall is one of the biggest hurdles to mainstream adoption, so I appreciate people like you who make crypto less daunting for new comers 😊
  8. Great write up as always. What's interesting is that I forsee this metric no longer being an economic indicator (at the very least a major one) in the future. In North America (especially in HCOL areas), many people are either selling their homes, leaving their home (foregoing rent), and buying vans / RV's to live in full-time. The trend of paring down is definitely "hot" right now, but many are having to do it out of necessity, or they're financially pushed to the point of "enough" in regards to paying 50%+ of their take home pay on rent. Many people are definitely opting out of traditional paradigms to reclaim their lives, which is great.
  9. So you're saying if he's short, 2,000 XRP would be considered ballz deep?
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