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  1. The fellow on David's right is MR B XRP (Twitter Handle) I think. Digital Asset Investor is on the end of the back row. Leonidas Hadjiloizou is beside him. I think the guy with the grey vest on in the front row is Brad Kimes. That's all I can identify atm.
  2. Fair point - you weren't the only one making those sort of comments and I apologise for singling you out. After having a closer look at some of your posts, perhaps you are not the troll type poster I thought you were, so I will say sorry for my comments to you. I still believe Freaky does his best to just be a general pain in the butt and ****stirrer here and I don't enjoy seeing it happen so on this occasion I actually spoke up about it. Those particular posts got personal though in a schoolyard bully type of way in my opinion and that sort of thing just cheeses me off, especially when what I see being said I know is most likely not true, and the person being spoken about hasn't been in this thread to set the record straight.
  3. You stated in a very condescending manner that RC sold his stack and left. Fact is you have no idea if he has or not. You have stated above you think he "certainly implied" it. You and Freaky making ridiculing comments and presenting them as facts to deride somebody who isn't here to set you straight speaks to your honesty and integrity in my opinion.
  4. Soo.. we have regulars here from the Zerpening, stating that they don't know the current status of @RegalChicken (I don't either, but know he still tweets positively about XRP and was present in the Zerpening not long ago...... and then you have good ole @ringer2 stating with apparent certainty that RegalChook sold and left because he was unhappy and @Freaky stating that he dumped and left to shill another coin. Doesn't surprise me to see that both Freaky and Ringer 2 keep up the same low standard of honesty and integrity in every thread I see them in.
  5. Hello @IrritableGimp and @RileySchleinstein, welcome to the madhouse.
  6. Yes I agree. I sincerely hope there is someone from Brads team there videoing the whole thing in case it does get “edited”.
  7. It's probably just me, but I'd rather be considered amongst the above perceived group than to prove myself to be an arrogant p***k.....
  8. Haha thanks @RubMyXRPs, I will add it to the stack of previous cheques Always a pleasure to spread the XRP word @Moonraker I feel you are being disrespectful when you state that anyone who has faith in the idea of XRP's price moving upward and expresses their opinion on the subject is a either a "moonboi" or a paid shill. It is entirely possible that XRP will fail but equally and in my opinion more likely that it won't. At this moment in time, neither outcome has been assured and any and all conversations on the matter are speculation. It seems to me that this forum is the perfect place to discuss the subject. At this point, with the way your posts read, the main person showing signs of being a "paid poster" with an agenda, is you.
  9. Nah. The weekend is when we all hang out in the Zerpening and formulate new tactics to reel in the next round of suckers with factual, level headed and highly informative crap posts..... Seriously though, why are you here? Lots of people here are of the opionion Ripple and XRP is in the process of becoming what we all want it to be and have placed our bets. I for one understand it is a case of wait and see if it works out long term, but also wish it would hurry the f**k up. Just cause you don’t like how long it’s taking you feel it’s your right to “educate” other members in your arrogant, disrespectful manner?
  10. I like the first one but I think it is too many lines in the bridge one. I agree that the XRP logo on its own is the most common type available and get that you want to do something a bit different. I will watch your progress with interest. Thanks:)
  11. What other reason??? Really? Let's talk facts : Ripple haven't stated many times (as per your claim in an earlier post) that the point to escrow is to support a stable price. In the press release you pointed to as evidence, (partly quoted below) , they clearly say that they are mindful of how they distribute their XRP and the goal of the escrow was to provide clarity on what will happen to the 55 billion they escrowed and as a result of this clarity they expect it should strengthen the XRP exchange rate against other currencies. To me, that does not mean they want it to be stable, rather they want the market to be assured a huge unexpected dump won't come from them. Yes this is my opinion but I can categorically say they have never stated that the point of escrow is to maintain a stable price and you pointing to press articles etc is not going to make it so. You can infer anything you like from their actions, it's your right, but I don't believe your interpretations of press releases or dodgy articles can be sprouted about as facts as I have seen you do here in this thread. I'm not even going to comment on the whole Ripple insisting on being the Fed Reserve thing, cause that is your opinion and you have a right to it.
  12. Thanks for the informative links you have provided. I decided you couldn’t seriously be using a crypto reporter’s articles as proof of what Ripple the company’s intentions were, so I decided to checkout the link to the press release instead. After actually reading the whole thing, I came to an entirely different conclusion to you. To quote the article : To build XRP liquidity, we have been mindful over the years about how we distribute XRP. Our goal in distributing XRP is to incentivize actions that build trust, utility and liquidity. We engage in distribution strategies that we expect will result in a strengthening XRP exchange rate against other currencies. We have a proven track record of doing just that. Despite this four-year track record we have heard concerns in the market about uncertainty surrounding our ongoing XRP distribution. The root of this uncertainty is the notion that Ripple might one day sell its 61.68B XRP in the market at any time – a scenario that would be bad for Ripple! Our self-interest is aligned with building and maintaining a healthy XRP market. Today we are permanently removing that uncertainty by committing to place 55 billion XRP into a cryptographically-secured escrow account by the end of 2017. By securing the lion’s share of our XRP, investors can now mathematically verify the maximum supply of XRP that can enter the market. Where does it say or infer that they will keep the price at a stable level?
  13. My thought as soon as I saw this thread? “Here we go again, another “newbie” to this Forum posting a question that follows the latest theme of FUD doing the rounds.”
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