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  1. I’d say a few years minimum, but there are wildcards to look out for like financial crisis situations on the economy and 3rd world adoption. I do see financial networks like XRPL allowing certain countries the ability to leapfrog the 1st world financial infrastructure in place around the world today. Think cellular network growth in certain places around the world like Africa. That kind of growth may move prices faster.
  2. Another prime example of a thread that could have easily been avoided if XRPChat had a minimum post count before being allowed to start new threads. 10 post minimum would significantly cut down on these kinds of posts. It’s not censorship. If this guy wants to still post this stuff he has to participate in existing threads ten times before he can post his own thread. I got 20 XRP on this thread never existing if that rule was in place.
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    Manipulation...

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    You can buy electricity via ILP soon

    Neat and innovative. There are an unlimited amount of use-cases that haven't been factored yet and it should be pretty fun to see how one idea will bring us many more over these next few years.
  5. Since the other thread got locked for whatever reason I'm going to put my original post back over here... People need to remember Japan is literally the *worst* country when it comes to implementing any kind of product offering involving required regulatory guidance. There is so much red tape (culturally and regulatory) to navigate there that simple things take a lot of time to implement. Not surprised in the least that another delay has been announced. I'm certainly not going to defend SBI's incessant reminders that they are at the forefront of the crypto space in Japan while simultaneously not delivering on their publicly disclosed deadlines, but if you understand how policy is implemented in a country like Japan then none of these repeated delays should be a surprise to anyone.
  6. People need to remember Japan is literally the *worst* country when it comes to implementing any kind of product offering involving required regulatory guidance. There is so much red tape (culturally and regulatory) to navigate there that simple things take a lot of time to implement. Not surprised in the least that another delay has been announced. I'm certainly not going to defend SBI's incessant reminders that they are at the forefront of the crypto space in Japan while simultaneously not delivering on their publicly disclosed deadlines, but if you understand how policy is implemented in a country like Japan then none of these repeated delays should be a surprise to anyone.
  7. She's a paid temp consultant for SAP. Yes she technically works for them on a limited scale, but she could have her contract terminated and/or not renewed if she isn't authorized to disclose SAP is actually working on some form of XRP integration or is sharing factually incorrect information publicly like that. This is a massive piece of news if it turns out to be true. edit: the "she's a paid temp consultant" is based on the actual title of consultant. Some companies use that as an internal title where the individual isn't actually a consultant of the company, but a normal employee. I'm not 100% certain if that title is referring to the external consultant / temp contract title or an internal employee title. I'm leaning towards the external ones since her linkedin profile states she works on 1-3 projects annually for SAP, which makes me think she isn't a salaried employee of the company.
  8. Just fyi the USD/BTC short contracts have re-ATH'd in less than a week after the Sept 1st spike to $7400 BTC and subsequent drop to $6400. There are still several weeks to go before another ETF decision by the SEC and I expect between now and then to see mostly downward pressure until about a week before the decision is made and the rumors start swirling again.
  9. As soon as the ~15,000 BTC got moved the other day the USD/BTC short contracts on bittrex jumped almost 50% higher in a single day. I think we are headed to the teens. Plus I'm not sure what actually drove the rally to $7400...to me that looked like a complete bull trap. No news. No volume.
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    XRP being moved

    The 200 million XRP not going back into escrow doesn't necessarily mean they were sold. Remember Ripple stated they are beginning to hold back XRP from the escrow to put towards non-sales initiatives like funding startup investors looking to work with XRP.
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    massive money moved on XRP ledger...

    For the first transaction I believe the source r9kkWNia8PmpR44L7mWZn33Hpff3CCzLjA is Chris Larsen edit: confirmed to be Jed below by @riptidel. No idea about the destination rDbWJ9C7uExThZYAwV8m6LsZ5YSX3sa6US. The second transaction again the source rHYTJDFrbCU1i2yCENTg9yjUrHHGaYTB4D is likely a founder as it has been mentioned before years ago as part of the block of addresses in control of either the founders or Ripple. Probably it's Chris again? No idea about the destination r93oSNBKuFjuKt8GxhF8VYaGzzwsNDPaX5. Both destination addresses sat pretty much unused since they were activated on Dec 1st 2017.
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    SEC Declines BTC ETF Proshares

    BTC/USD Bitfinex short positions are already climbing as we speak. Earlier today when those contracts broke the all-time-high from April I readily expected a pop upwards and we got a small one of 6% earlier today. That now looks like a false-positive / bull trap with this news. I think the market can use this news to move even higher and draw more short action a few more weeks until the markets rally towards the end of September. Mmm...I smell cheap XRP coming to us all.
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