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  1. https://ripple.com/use-cases/
  2. There's also this... https://www.moneygram.com/us/en/how-to-send-money/send-money-with-moneygram-sendbot
  3. Yeah, I'm thinking buy into Moneygram - crush Western Union, buy into Lyft - crush Uber etc.
  4. Now I'm wondering if Ripple plans to buy in to any more business entities? They could be ready to take a stake in any number of other enterprises, yes?
  5. Any guess what at a good price where I should buy some? Any savvy stock market gurus out there? (I know, $1.45 would have been a good place to buy some LOL)
  6. I can't figure out who would be selling this news? Maybe their bots did them a nasty turn
  7. Such great incredible news we may be on our way... “As the payments industry evolves and matures, it’s imperative that we continue to improve our platform and provide the most effective solution to get funds from point A to point B,” said Alex Holmes, MoneyGram Chairman and CEO. “Through Ripple’s xRapid product, we will have the ability to instantly settle funds from US dollars to destination currencies on a 24/7 basis, which has the potential to revolutionize our operations and dramatically streamline our global liquidity management.” "MoneyGram operates globally in the $600 billion global remittance market, serving millions of customers in more than 200 countries and territories, supporting multiple currencies. Today, MoneyGram relies on traditional foreign exchange markets to meet its settlement obligations, which require advance purchases of most currencies. Through this strategic partnership, MoneyGram will be able to settle key currencies and match the timing of funding with its settlement requirements reducing costs, improving its balance sheet efficiency and reducing risk." (bold emphasis is mine)
  8. I've never understood how anyone could think a "basket" of currencies can simplify anything... the constant re-balancing of values is going to give them nightmares I think.
  9. South Korea went big for crypto during the last bull run, I hope there is still an appetite for it especially XRP of course!
  10. Past performance is no guarantee of future results however https://cointelegraph.com/news/the-cream-of-the-crypto-crop-10-best-performing-assets-in-2017
  11. More XRP goes to market every month and doesn't come back out, that's your fresh money IMO...
  12. Maybe you're joking, and I missed an earlier discussion or something. Back when BTC was $1, your statement would have been true. If you buy a million dollars of it at $9,000 apiece (approximately 111 BTC), you make or lose a million dollars with every $9,000 move up or down. For every $1 move, you would have about $111.00 in unrealized gains/losses until you sell some/all of it. Put another way, Bilbo Baggins would have eleventy-one dollars at stake with each $1 move up or down. Hahaha of course, I was thinking of # of Bitcoins, so the 111 BTC would net the whale $66,600 on that $600 move. That's not so much
  13. IDK, there's money to be made in XRP, but a stablecoin? Nah, I don't think so. My money remains in XRP. I'm pretty sure there are whale eyes on the screaming potential...
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