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  1. @ElvisLives way down that's right but I want you to understand, yes we've fallen like Kentucky rain but the issue here is getting your xrp back, return to sender as it were doesn't mean one night of sin anymore, not sure where you got ninety days from but that's the wonder of you. Back in 2017 you could get your money out in an hour too from Kraken. That's right teddy bear, one hour. But a fool such as I didn't cash out, wish it did, breaks my wooden heart, it's always on my mind
  2. @Hodor dude wtf? Will you be blogging under your real identity then? I'll really miss your contributions, a huge thank you from me. You're an xrp legend
  3. Seriously though you must have a shed load!
  4. For me it's Alex Cobb and Eri. I think Cobb is my fav though Honourable mention: Modern Investor
  5. Pundi X I like, mainly because they have a very close relationship with binance
  6. Is anyone noticing the money gram share price... Holy Smoke. It is absolutely exploding, other FIs take note!!
  7. The escrow kicked off the pump, swell (the 1... 2... 3... Cat out of the bag event) took us to around 40 c from something like 17 c
  8. Riiiight - they can take action against those that don't register their security under securities law? I haven't said they keep a list of those who are and aren't compliant. That's your fantasy
  9. The legal expert in that video says that the sec will not rule specifically on ripple until the trial is finished, or at least a point is reached that is fairly conclusive
  10. Even some trolls have feelings, but agreed. The atmosphere here recently is definitely one of frustration. I think it's still a great buying opportunity, getting in before the next (inevitable) pump
  11. I think playing probabilities right... No lawsuit is a guaranteed done deal. The public face of ripple is one of confidence but no matter what, no company actually *wants* to go to court. As the master tacticians (I at least believe that they are) by playing for more time they are also afforded the breathing space to continue making those moves to ensure, as far as reasonably practicable, that xrp isn't a security. Remember, it's not as if the SEC has been clear what the guidelines are, which introduces an element of significant risk. Given all of the facts most intelligent people would want to stall for time to do everything in their power to ensure xrp is not ruled a security.
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