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WaltDangerfield

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  1. You're missing the point. What he chose to spend his money on is up to him. I personally wouldn't do something that stupid either. Point is had he not been greedy, he'd be set for life. He had in his hand what all of us here hope to have one day - financial freedom and he blew it by just wanting too much.
  2. Selling is easier said than done. A friend of mine bought BTC a couple of years ago. At the peak, he could have sold out with a comfortable retirement in place. Instead, he cashed out about $1m and spent it. He put a big chunk of cash down as a deposit off plan on a penthouse in Bangkok amongst other things thinking he would be able to cash in the rest of his BTC later. Well, the developer now wants another $800k and he doesn't have it. He stands to lose his deposit and is considering going back to work! Moral of the story is this - set your target for getting out and don't get too greedy. Don't be my mate.
  3. You can buy xrp with sterling on bitpanda and its a proper wallet where you can send and recieve xrp. You can buy with debit card. If you want to, you can transfer to binance from there and sell for usdt
  4. My understanding is xRapid agrees the buy and sell price before the transaction is executed, so there is transparency across the 3 second settlement process.
  5. Not entirely true. Ever heard of Dream Market? That's a pretty good use in my book. Love shopping there.
  6. That’s pretty dark. I wonder how much Robert Durst’s lawyer charges...
  7. Would need more than 20k XRP and $100 once you factor in the settlement cost and taxes.
  8. Just need to consolidate 2nd spot before gunning for 1st.
  9. “Its like a finger pointing away to the moon. Don't concentrate on the finger or you will miss all that heavenly glory.”
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