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  1. I don't see how any of these queries regarding Ripple's business practices (like them or not), at this stage, makes one tiny bit of difference. The mold has been cast with Ripple. Period. They are not going back in time. You can like it, or leave it.
  2. If there is a thread of the month award i'd like to nominate this one. Meaningful conversation presented politely. The moonboy v fudster conversations filled with hostility and rage is so pre-Covid. Got boring. Is boring. We're moving into what seems to be an evolving market cycle with new (and hoping better) communication between each other, the select XRP holders. I'm all for threads like this. Bring your particular knowledge base, questions, concerns, and share away. Discussing is different than chewing each other's heads off as can be seen here very very clearly. Kudos to all! Cheers.
  3. https://ripple.com/insights/how-to-spot-xrp-giveaway-scams/ "....as always, please disregard any XRP giveaways scams that claim to be from Ripple or our executives."
  4. Thread locked. Low content post.
  5. Emotions running high. Understood. But...Time again to get back on, and stay on topic. Thanks!
  6. Easy now folks. Let's not make this thread hopeless! Everyone may have decent points, but it's getting a wee too personal for the topic being xrp. Carry on with respect, or use the ignore function...like it or not we're still all in this together!
  7. Yeah, wasn't under the impression PayID has any pathfinding- yet, at least that we would know about. That may be steps down the line perhaps. Please correct if there is other info.
  8. It's a terrible time in the world right now. At least we here can be somewhat supportive to each other, at least in tone. XRP sentiment in my opinion has almost never been worse. Hard time to hold through for many. I don't expect this market will always be this way. Crypto market cap keeps rising, albeit slowly, as legacy markets seem more and more unsettled and irrational. It will require more patience to bear witness to a speculative bullrun, or some form of utility, or both if that is to happen. But I will say this- one couldn't ASK for better pre-conditions than a global economic crisis alongside a global pandemic to hasten movement into digital forms of value transfer. Clearly none of us are happy about what is happening right now. But the table is set beyond how I ever imagined it to be. How and when a pop in the market occurs is up in the air I suppose. It does stand to reason, as I've always trumpeted, that economic problems have to really hit real economies in the world (not just the markets), and that is just now starting. The real pain seems still to come- as the after effects of what's happening right now sink in. The second painful leg down in traditional markets hasn't happened yet. So, this has to play out a bit more until we can test out the thesis that crypto will be the eventual landing place for yield when legacy markets and currencies spiral into more of a Mad Max Fury Road type dystopia. As for the ledger nano/other wallets- I hope everyone keeps their stuff safe using common sense. It seems like Ripple is dealing with the certificate expiration issue as well. Happy Sunday, or whatever day it is.
  9. Hold the insults to other forum members. Thanks!
  10. Moreso the prices will dip when the traditional markets take their next leg down here shortly. After that there is light, but the second quarter here is going to get uglier first no doubt....hope all are healthy and safe.
  11. All the markets are silly clown shows right now indeed. Everyone is getting smacked everywhere. Quite a unique ongoing event. I definitely still believe in the crypto market resurrecting, but no idea exactly when. It's all going a lot faster than I thought though. Liquidity is leaving the markets. Right now and moving forward liquidity issues hitting real economies. Next step after that should be liquidity re-entering markets once they've hit lows. Having the patience to wait and not freak out is challenging for many, and rightfully so. These are trying times to say the least. Actually they're panicky times, okay.
  12. Outstanding presentation, and very interesting summary.
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