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Harfang

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  1. Been here since XRPtalk days. These forums used to be my go to place to read and exchange, not anymore. At first I did not understand why the Reddit would blow up but this forum seemed to die down. It is when I discovered the clubs that I got what happened. I know I might seem salty and I am. I miss the days when everyone shared and discussed together in general chat and the different sub forums. The clubs created too many places to discuss and diluted the quality discussions. Glad you guys enjoy the format. Not for me. Too much noise in there and browsing through it is a chore. Have a good one!! To 1$ we go!!
  2. The clubs ****** this forum. Now most of the discussion are done in clubs where you will find a big circle jerk of people upvoting each other for stupid memes and .gifs and I don't have the time to scroll through pages of useless .gifs for one interesting comment. I moved to Discord and jump on here once every blue moon.
  3. Why are you feeding Valhalla Guy?? He has been negative and anti ripple/xrp ever since he started posting here. And I think OP clearly misunderstood what Xpring is and how Ripple is invested in it. This has been pointed out many times in this thread so far. I think this is amazing news. Ever since I read Ready Player One I had this vision where cloud gaming and VR would be the future of gaming. A world\ ecosystem where you log and can jump from World of warcraft to Halo to league of legends and where one currency would be used for everything. From buying a new skin to paying your monthly subscription everything could be bought with XRP. . I'm happy they have such a team building this and I think putting 100 million is a substantial investment that shows they are serious about this.
  4. People should just move to the XRP subreddit anyways, since that's really what we want to talk about in the end.
  5. But couldn't they negotiate a contract between a group , institution or exchange and Jed where he sells the whole stash for a reduced price.? Jed might be interested in moving on and selling the whole thing instead of just selling parts of it every once in a while?
  6. So what's the acceptable number? Bezos is worth 157 billion and before that we had Bill at 95. So is the next acceptable step 500 billion?
  7. Juan M. Villaverde is an econometrician and mathematician devoted to the analysis of cryptocurrencies since 2012. For the Weiss Cryptocurrency Ratings model, he has played an important role in building the sub-models that calculate the Cryptocurrency Technology Index and Fundamental Index. In addition to his technical skills, he brings to the project encyclopedic knowledge about cryptocurrencies and the cryptocurrency ecosystem. https://weisscryptocurrencyratings.com/our-cryptocurrency-team
  8. So what do you people think about this?
  9. That's a nice find. I think what was said by previous posters makes it so that the dots are easy to connect here. Little hints everywhere. Guys fill up your bags because the zerpening is about to happen. Just ask Weiss ratings!! ??
  10. This is great news. I got into xrp just before Jed left and that was a little scary to be honest. And to think that Bill Clinton is a speaker at Ripple's own conference 5 years later is just crazy. At their OWN conference a president of the United States, with a lot of connections with people with huuuuge stacks of money, will be speaking. Let that sink in. No other crypto currency has a company behind it making similar moves.
  11. Let me be honest (but not serious) here some of you are being super Canadian by saying it's okay if XLM suceeds but for old XRP timers it's a slap in the face every time XLM price gets closer to XRP.
  12. Nothing is rational about the cryptoverse. Just look at how the Brainstorm tech panel was analyzed by both tribes (xlm and xrp). On the xrp side comments were about how Asheesh crushed the IBM rep lady and how the stable coin announcement is nothing revolutionary and could even be a huge risk in a bear market . On the xlm side it was all about how amazing the IBM rep did on the panel and how this news was a huge stepping stone for Stellar. The disparity in perceptions and how this could influence new investors who read these threads, sub reddits pseudo crypro blogs is kind of crazy.
  13. I brought this up last year and David Schwartz even replied and confirmed they were working with them. Here is the thread.
  14. The thing is you come to the forum with almost no reputation to post the information with an alarming tone and this has been happening a lot lately. Seeing new members is not uncommon but most of them seem to have the same pattern as your post. As far as your post I wouldn't connect the dots that way for now. SBI seems to be ahead of the curve in regards to crypto, they have been heavily invested in Ripple and xrp for a while now after all. ?
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