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  1. Excellent points Hodor. I admit I'm one of those who invested in Bitconnect, sold a significant amount of XRP to purchase BCC back then. It was MY mistake and I've learned from it.
  2. I'm far from a financial expert but I would add 'opposite of fiat money', which means unlike a stable coin it does not take its value from a government declaration or law. To me that makes all the difference in the world.
  3. Well it's 1 for the money, 2 for the show, 3 get ready now go cat go, but don't you step on my XRP.
  4. Interesting. Can you add a link?
  5. I don't know if I agree with you on the necessity of stablecoins. A stablecoin issued by a bank can be used by that bank for bail-ins.
  6. Exactly, also considering the possibility of bail-ins.
  7. I'd say BIS leads central banks. Sixty central banks and monetary authorities are currently members of the BIS and have rights of voting and representation at general meetings. Excellent post by the way @Tehol_Beddict
  8. Do you happen to have any big boy pants and cinnamon?
  9. Good point. I walk by faith, not by sight.
  10. Perhaps someone had a phone call with the CFTC. The video below is about the financial crisis of 2008 and at around 24:20 it shows how the CFTC was conveniently corrected by Larry Summers and 13 bankers who had a phone call with Brooksley Born, chairperson of CFTC, directing her to stop what she was doing.  http://watchdocumentaries.com/inside-job/
  11. They'll be saying something on the lines of 'How anyone is not selling into the pump and buying back into the dip is beyond us.'
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