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  1. Another thing I often think about is that a major reason that btc took off in the beginning was the millions of dollars of black market purchases that were made using it. I can only assume that Xrp won't have any black market usage being that it's tied into the banks / cooperation with the feds etc. But on the other hand, xrp is tied to the BANKS, which most likely transact more currency than the entire darkweb
  2. I see your point, but wouldn't this be no different than any publicly traded company keeping 20% of the shares for themselves/initial investors? Please excuse my ignorance, I'm fairly new to xrp (a month or so).
  3. This seems to be a common theme -- but can anyone think of a situation(s) where xrp would reach these prices despite there being 100 billion coins?
  4. $10 a coin would be ridiculous. I know so many people say it's not possible for xrp to ever reach above 40-50 but I can't help but think that when banks are involved xrp could be on steroids compared to the other coins.
  5. What would be your current "dumping" price?
  6. I never really thought about this but that scares the crap out of me. I really want to up my hodling amount but the possibility of it crashing down to below a penny is definitely a deterrent. At the same time, the potential of missing out on huge gains if and when this technology becomes used in hundreds of banks, or even a possible IPO or buyout by a company like google down the road!
  7. Hello all, I've been lurking around this forum for a few weeks, learning a lot from everyone, and I am an enthusiastic XRP hodler myself. On the surface, XRP seems amazing: it provides cross border payments, superior transction times over Ethereum and BTC combined, it can handle more transactions than ETH and BTC combined, it has signed up over 60 banks, and has a finite number of coins that can never be increased. XRP seems SO amazing and perfect that I wonder if it's too good to be true, and if we're missing some piece of the equation that will leave us all in for a big surprise? WHAT ar
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