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  1. I agree, but the law is on their side and they will just take your money sooner or later when you don't follow the rules.
  2. @NetScr1be Maybe I misunderstood your issue, but this works for me: https://data.ripple.com/v2/accounts/rvYAfWj5gh67oV6fW32ZzP3Aw4Eubs59B/payments?destination_tag=98501806 Just a quick lookup of Jeds sales / how much he cashed out recently at Bitstamp. The documentation also states the following: Maybe your source and destination address are the same and therefore the api does not display the payments?
  3. Looks like they are running out of FUD. Some stories in the past were quite creative, but this is just dumb. Sadly all that counts for these so called "news" websites are visitors and clicks. Therefore we will see much more of this crap.
  4. This has already been discussed to death. I created a quick link for your convenience: https://www.xrpchat.com/search/?q=Xrp declared security&updated_after=any&sortby=relevancy&search_and_or=and
  5. 5 8 = 5×2 - 2 9 = 2x3 + 3 It's all in the numbers!
  6. Yep. Germany is hodlers heaven, but there is more: It is allowed to split your stacks (for example hodl and trading stack or accounts on different exchanges) and report the gains / losses separately for each one. Losses can even be carried back to the previous or forward to the next year and there is no limit. If you sold at a loss you can offset the whole amount against your gains. Unlimited wash trading is possible without restrictions.
  7. I still believe that whales control the market and that they do everything to hold XRP back as long as possible. Pumping random assets on random news is just part of a huge distraction.
  8. Banks will never use it ... big banks will never use it ... what's next? Less than 51% of all banks use it, so it must be a scam!
  9. At least for germany there is a very detailed thread here (in german of course): https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1976285.0
  10. Isn't that exactly what all the Gateways like Bitstamp or Gatehub for example do? They issued their own IOUs on the XRP ledger afaik and you can simply cash out at their exchange.
  11. Is there some kind of riddle or a hidden message in this thread? I'm sure many people will scroll "Down down down" and think something like "Get out while I still can".
  12. Why does this matter? XRP/BTC is the same as BTC/XRP isn't it? Both are markets where you can trade your XRP for BTC or the other way round.
  13. I completely agree that the progress and fundamentals have never been better and that the price is distracting, but 2019 could very well be a boring year with mostly sideways movement. This is just how it works. I hope that we can wish us all a happy xRapid before next xMas anyway. If the price doesn't follow next year there is still 2020, 2021 ...
  14. I'm not a trader anymore: Too much stress for my taste and if you don't manage your positions properly (especially tax obligations), the market will just eat you alive. My lowest buy was $0.03 and my highest sell order was around $3. I'll leave it to your imagination how much my potential tax obligations were. Luckily I live in germany and it seems that it is a crypto tax oasis. My trading stack ... well: I made the mistake to hold too long, but after some short selling near the bottom a few months ago I managed to cover the taxes and at least keep the amount of zerps I owned before I started trading. I enjoyed the trading experience and really like your posts which are often focused on the current technical market situation, but I neither have the time nor the passion for trying to understand the market on a day to day or even minute to minute basis anymore. I'm just holding for now, but will certainly buy more next year with my tax returns from this year.
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