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RippleGambler

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  1. Bump. Lots of Ripple tweets regarding Facebook recently and now the big announcement from Zuckerberg. Is XRP hot or not for WhatsApp payments?
  2. September 2013 we breached 10k satoshis per xrp. May 2017 we breached 20k satoshis per xrp. Middle of 2021 we will breach 30k satoshis per xrp. Price of BTC at that point will be circa. $100k in accordance with the 4 year log scale predictions. That puts the price at $30 per xrp end of q2 to q3 in 2021. I'll bump this thread in September 2021 if I'm still alive. No Bearable Guy needed. On my phone so no charts but will add if people want. Crypto Winter may have one last storm this summer but we've made it through the worst.
  3. Thanks for this. If xrp drops to that level I'll own a lot. Great buying opportunity.
  4. Bump. Regular reminder for us all to be careful with what Ripple tell us. Has Claire been entered into the worst community manager award yet? Last login August 2018.
  5. Hi Claire, I've re-read your opening post. Thanks for launching with such fanfare. I believe you've tricked me madam. What other nasty tricks do Ripple have up the sleeve? Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me. Watching the next steps of Ripple with interest. Particularly with regards to dozens of banks and 3 production contracts per week. Cheers, Ripple Gambler. P.s Hodor fancy writing a blog about Claire's contribution?
  6. On the scale of ponzi. This is high. I have an automated trading bot which I would never share. Why do they share theirs?
  7. Am I too late? Not to big myself up but I'm always terrifyingly accurate at predicting things. Q1 $0.33 Q2 $0.42 Q3 $0.55 Q4 $3 2020 Q2 $7.50 and latest bull top.
  8. Nice one foola man. Didn't you used to be a hip hop artist? Careful where you step step in the crypto lark.
  9. Bump. So was this all a cynical ploy to get the Ripple chosen XRP symbol selected? She arrived with big fan fare and from what I can see hasn't logged in here since August 2018. Has this mystery been solved elsewhere?
  10. Click bait title as I think the debate is still ongoing but from the latest guidance issued by ESMA then XRP is heading towards the 'not a security' bracket. Here is why: https://www.esma.europa.eu/press-news/esma-news/crypto-assets-need-common-eu-wide-approach-ensure-investor-protection Download the advice on crypto assets: https://www.esma.europa.eu/file/49978/download?token=56LqdNMN On page 5 at paragraph 6: 6. The outcome of the survey highlighted a NCA majority view that some crypto-assets, e.g. those with profit rights attached, may qualify as transferable securities or other types of MiFID financial instruments. The actual classification of a crypto-asset as a financial instrument is the responsibility of an individual NCA and will depend on the specific national implementation of EU law and the information and evidence provided to that NCA. The results of the Survey made clear that the Member State NCAs in the course of transposing MiFID into their national laws, have in turn defined the term financial instrument differently. While some employ a restrictive list of examples to define transferable securities, others use broader interpretations. This creates challenges to both the regulation and to the supervision of crypto-assets. XRP has no profit rights attached to it. Therefore it is not a financial instrument under MiFID or a transferable security. Well done Europe for the common sense approach. Over to you America....
  11. A conspiracy theorist could say something here. Ultimately the UK is still in at that point so has to adopt. However assuming an agreement can be in place between the UK and EU there is no reason why it can't continue.
  12. Your problem is solved sooner than you think friend: https://ec.europa.eu/taxation_customs/business/company-tax/anti-tax-avoidance-package/anti-tax-avoidance-directive_en
  13. Unless under these circumstances: Only in exceptional circumstances would HMRC expect individuals to buy and sell cryptoassets with such frequency, level of organisation and sophistication that the activity amounts to a financial trade in itself. If it is considered to be trading then Income Tax will take priority over Capital Gains Tax and will apply to profits (or losses) as it would be considered as a business
  14. CGT doesn't apply to companies. Companies pay corporation tax. This looks like the green light for me companies wise. It's a minor blow for individuals in the cgt applying to purchases but you have Nil reporting requirement below 11.7k x by 5 you would need to spend £58.5k (excluding rest of portfolio) to be liable. Won't affect many.
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