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  1. Thank you, but this is not what I had in mind. They were specifically talking about XRP, whereas this article is not.
  2. For the life of me I can not remember who wrote or spoke about this, but a couple of months ago they stated that there would be another big dip in November and that XRP would take the second spot "on the way down" (eg. Ethereum would depreciate faster than XRP). Does someone, by any chance, remember who stated this? Was it in a video or a blog post, I don't know... But I would surely like to re-read/re-watch it.
  3. You can watch it here: https://techcrunch.com/events/disrupt-sf-2018/videos/
  4. He's right: https://www.sbivc.co.jp/topics/#180615_01 https://bcfocus.com/news/japanese-sbiholdings-virtual-currencies-adds-support-to-two-major-cryptocurrencies/15347/ It's strange though. Wasn't it supposed to be only XRP at the beginning?
  5. It looks like it's genuine: https://www.sbivc.co.jp/support/exchange/
  6. Nevermind, you're right. I guess I shouldn't tackle mathematical problems after 10 hours of work... Sorry.
  7. I think you misunderstood this a bit. As of 2017 there are now 3 brackets. The more savings and investments you have the higher the percentage can be. A part of the assets is taxed based on a fictitious profit of 1.63% and a part (or all the assets if you fall in the 3rd bracket) are taxed based on a fictitious profit of 5.39%. The tax rate is still 30%. Source: https://www.expatax.nl/box-3 So you pay 30% tax on a fictitious profit that can be between 1.63% and 5.39%. Still a very low tax, but not as low as you initially stated.
  8. My guess is that if they'll offer it for institutional investors, they'll offer it for retail investors as well. It wouldn't make sense not to. Anyway, we'll see soon enough
  9. Aren't institutional investors going to demand XRP as well? At least that's the general assumption, isn't it?
  10. hey, may I suggest that you update your original post each time you'd update the table, so it's easier to keep track? March: 1.90$ June: 78$ September: 43$ December: 177$
  11. Perhaps Ripple should create a department for FUD management. This is getting old. But then again I guess Bitcoin has had its fair share of FUD back in the early days and that didn't prevent it to rise in popularity...
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