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manateehunter

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  1. I feel like we're just gonna bleed. Slowly, surely. Holders will give up. Traders will give up. People who just watch the charts will give up. When it goes up few will notice because most will have stopped caring.
  2. At first he was pretty good with his targets, then his meltdowns were entertaining for a bit, but now his constant "idiots" and "morons" combined with complete flipping from "the sky is falling" to "maybe moon now" and back became too annoying to follow. I kinda want to start commenting "you're an idiot" on every post me makes now regardless of how it plays out until he bans me.
  3. The whole market popped, it wasn't XRP specific. As to why, I have no idea, perhaps big accounts wanted to take profits and popped the bubble.
  4. Yeah I'm really not sure about the dude, he had a few good calls, and his fibs are spot on oddly often, but I think he's full of it when he claims insider info.
  5. There are 3 kinds of airdrops 1. Devs expanding supply - this has happened with a few cryptos and basically if you hold a certain amount of crypto an additional amount will be added just because. You need to take no action to receive this. 2. Devs expanding the network you're already on - another coin has been issued on an existing network (historically mostly ETH based, a few others including XRP have happened). It will be a different coin/crypto, you'll have to put your wallet address and follow up with procedures to set up a separate crypto account after. Usually fine but be wary with your security - if they ask for passwords of any sort it's 100% scam. Do some research, many are genuinely interesting projects but don't compromise your holdings by revealing too much info. If it seems fishy it probably is. 3. Most common nowadays since the ERC20 rage has died out are plain old scams. You'll see swarms of posts all over twitter and other social media of bots claiming to receive large amounts of crypto. It's click bait trying to steal your info and is easy to spot. Again just do some research before clicking on weird links, a quick google search will clear everything up. If someone claims to have received over $100 worth of crypto as they usually do it's 100% ********.
  6. Did he leave? I haven't read the Zerpening thread in months, but I occasionally see bullish XRP tweets from him.
  7. Where's the fun in imagining your investment losing even more value though?...
  8. Up we go, thanks BCH? Edit: pumps and TA sometimes seem so eerily coordinated, makes me wonder if the news release team pick the most opportune moments (from TA perspective) for greater price effect.
  9. @Molten @dr_ed what are your thoughts on diamond patterns, that's a new one for me?
  10. @Hodor I fully support your decision, as much as I've enjoyed your posts and blogs, they would carry more weight without anonymous avatars. Wish you well in your future endeavors, and a heartfelt thanks for your contributions!
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