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Mpolnet

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  1. @captainjack - below is a link for transaction monitoring. https://csc.observer/transactions
  2. Thank you for sharing this!
  3. This got me thinking - maybe I should start a giveaway campaign for those who continuously come here to post about how XRP is going to zero. Those of you who fall in this category clearly think XRP is worthless so I'd like to propose sending me your XRP (free of charge). You might be wondering what you gain out of this? Well in the highly likely scenario you're right then you get to tell me "I TOLD YOU SO" for the rest of my life while poor old me gets to hold your worthless XRP and watch it go to zero . Mods let me know if this giveaway is within the guidelines of the forum and let the giving begin!
  4. Thanks for this! Could you elaborate a little more on the highlighted sentence above in your post? Apologies in advance for my confusion. Does DoM help us determine the available liquidity based on existing orders?
  5. This is a pretty insightful article. https://medium.com/@100trillionUSD/modeling-bitcoins-value-with-scarcity-91fa0fc03e25
  6. Could very well be. Candidly, I'm unsure what caused the burn rate to spike. Not sure if they're testing stablecoin creation that's pegged to XRP but if I recall correctly that would also burn XRP. Or maybe it's just an uptick in transactions that's causing the spike.
  7. You're right that circulating supply went from 43,299,885,509 to 43,285,660,917 however, I'm unsure what caused this decline. Usually, a decline in total supply hasn't been reflected in circulating supply. So not sure if coinmarketcap has started adjusting circulating supply based on the decline in total supply or if something else caused this. EDIT: Imagine if Ripple started doing XRP buybacks (same as stock buy backs). Not sure if this is possible currently given the uncertainty in regulation but that would definitely send a signal to the market (and their partners) that they think the price of XRP is higher than current market price.
  8. Agreed. I think they will focus on attracting developers to build on XRPL, which will inherently burn XRP. Last week I did some quick tracking of total supply via https://xrpcharts.ripple.com/#/ - below is the amount of XRP that was burned during the period 11/25/2019 - 12/02/2019. During that weekly period a total of 48,649 XRP were burned. Multiplying this by 52 weeks to project how much XRP will be burned a year gets us to ~2.53M however, we keep in mind that the amount burned is variable and can increase or decrease.
  9. The video below is from this year's SWELL conference. It more of less analyzes how payments work under the hood for xCurrent and xRapid.
  10. So you're saying I can buy a XRP at similar prices as 2017 yet it has stronger fundamentals - more partners, ODL live with multiple partners, and less OTC selling?! Sign me up!
  11. Thanks for the note. Looking forward to the DoM live charting! When you get around to it, are you planning on breaking up the charts by corridor and then having one chart that aggregates all of the corridors?
  12. Thanks for this! Is there any way to create a similar chart for PHP/XRP? I saw Tenitoshi post a picture of his liquidity bot tracker for this corridor but can't seem to find the google doc link. The Australian corridor also recently opened up so maybe it's possible to also add that and the a chart that aggregates all ODL payment flows?
  13. The link below from this year's SWELL conference does a great job at addressing all of these questions. Long story short - XRP's cross border value transfer use case won't be affected by state backed stablecoins. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ad_A5v0d9hc&t=6s
  14. @dr_ed thanks for the BAT chart! Any chance you have the time to put together a long term TA view on BAT? @Molten not sure if you have the interest or time but I personally would love BAT charts added to XRP and VET charts.
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