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zoneghost

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  1. I'm elated that the price keeps puttering along like it's doing. Over the next 12-24 months I intend to be a net buyer of xrp and I have no desire for it to be expensive anymore than I want hamburgers (another product I intend to be a net buyer of over the next few years) to be expensive.
  2. Market Cap is just a made up number, what does it have to do with reality? I sell you 1 xrp for $100, now there's $10 trillion dollars somewhere? nonsense. How much xrp is at market and how much are people willing to pay for it, that's what will determine whether XRP reaches $100. That said, if people folks are buying 1 XRP for $100, chances are a whole lot will be made available in the market. The vast pool of XRP available certainly works against it in this respect, but only time will tell to what degree that impact manifests itself. On the other side of the ledger, demand for cheap international capital movement exists on a mind boggling scale. This is an experiment no one has ever run before, and certainly no one can tell you what is going to happen, but I'm excited as hell to see how it turns out. "In the short run, the market is a voting machine but in the long run, it is a weighing machine." -Benjamin Graham XRP is a heavyweight.
  3. I'm confused by your logic. A petition with N signatures represents a signal to coinbase that there are C*N customers (since for every one person willing to put their name down there's more who prefer to remain silent) interested in paying them to procure ripple for fiat. Why is it ridiculous to send them that signal?
  4. New here and don't know what clubs are/how they work in this ecosystem, but I love the moonshot idea. What do I need to do to join?
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