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  1. It's almost as if the SEC examined Ripple as the standard for making a digital asset, and ensuring it is not a security.
  2. Some fear that 100 billion XRP is too much. Others hope that 100 billion will be enough. I think the supply is just right.
  3. At $220/XRP you may be able to lab-grow your own for McAfee to eat.
  4. Coinbase having a hard time with USDC at the moment. "Convert" to USDC is not even an option at the moment?!
  5. Good answer. Online resources, and even non-degree programs are often better than a true BS from a university. Treehouse is great, for example. If a BS degree is a requirement for you, I highly recommend the Harvard Extension School. Completely online degree program, with on-campus options if you are interested.
  6. I browse XRPChat and other crypto channels to gauge sentiment. It's nice to be able to identify the volume of newcomers, fake accounts, FUD, ecstasy, etc. A bonus on XRPChat is reading the serious TA, especially when it is accurate. Also memes.
  7. My (not financial) advice is to dollar cost average for a period of time that works for you. Definitely load the fiat into Bitstamp, and make spread out purchases. If you are unsure about how long to wait between purchases, I suggest watching the price closely for a few days, and don't feel bad about FOMOing. Buying "at the bottom" is almost impossible, and any seasoned trader expects the price to drop a bit immediately after a buy. I wouldn't worry about USD vs. Euro.
  8. This does appear to be the international version of PayPal/Venmo (i.e. user friendly app), with no cross border or currency exchange fee.
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