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  1. Thomas Silkjaer was really kind in letting me have a sneak peek into his latest project Xrplorer and write an early preview about it. xrplorer is a graph database representation of the XRPL, it is currently in the final stage of filling the database and will be released soon. I'd like to share the link to the post: https://coil.com/p/moncho/XRPLORE-A-Sneak-Peek-on-XRPLORER/qXYmWJ3HI
  2. Fully agree. My intention with the post was to underline the same psychology behind the long term holding in each case (saving the differences between asset classes, which are fully understood). In other words, only the Amazon holders that focused on the business rather than price action got rewarded in the end.
  3. Here is my latest blog covering XRPL projects, XRP Toolkit. https://coil.com/p/moncho/XRPLORE-XRP-Toolkit/XpwR8nu31 I can't wait to see the next release later this quarter!
  4. Agree 100%. Although, even if these are completely different things, XRP could follow a similar trend fueled by different factors than the ones driving shares. IMO, utility is to digital assets what profitability is to stocks.
  5. Hello All, Obvious differences aside (different asset class and market maturity), I posted a blog recently where I give my opinion of how Amazon stock price over the years can teach us a few things about XRP. https://coil.com/p/moncho/Three-things-Amazon-stock-can-teach-you-about-XRP/47QOmuWVY The part that caught my attention about Amazon stock was its 35 month downtrend from 2003 to 2006. Those who were patient enough were handsomely rewarded. Do you think XRP has the potential to follow a similar trajectory as AMZN?
  6. Hello! In this subscriber exclusive blog I pick up from this blog from Hodor: https://xrphodor.wordpress.com/2017/12/22/xrp-journey-to-number-one/ and give my take on why I believe XRP is still on its journey to number one! https://coil.com/p/moncho/XRP-Still-On-That-Journey/q9MVbChMh Thank you for reading me!
  7. Oops! It seems I missed to post XRPLORE post on XRPL Apps from December https://coil.com/p/moncho/XRPLORE-XRPL-Apps/4NIwT7Nt8
  8. I'd like to invite you to my latest post in the XRPLORE Coil blog series, covering an XRPL powerhouse: @devnullprod I was thrilled to chat with Mo Morsi (Dev Null's Founder and CEO) and to find out more about Dev Null's work, focusing specially on XRP1ntel. This post features a personal note from Mo: https://coil.com/p/moncho/XRPLORE-Dev-Null-Productions/ItnbQp-ck
  9. I am happy to share the 3rd project featured in my Coil blog series XRPLore: Utility Scan, a sleek looking website leveraging on Ripple exchange partners APIs (in addition to Coinfield and Kraken), an algorithm created by the Dev Team and the XRPL to spot theoretical ODL transactions. In the blog we walk through the website and discover a few of the upcoming features! https://coil.com/p/moncho/XRPLORE-Utility-Scan/PoG1m-v6-
  10. Here is the 2nd XRPL project featured in XRPLore! Wietse Wind's Ledger Exposed. Despite being a well-known website in the community, I received some feedback from some people that either hadn't seen it or didn't know it was Wietse's work so I am really happy to have covered it. Here is the link to the blog. Wietse showed me a historic YTD graph of the required amount of XRP to make it to the top 1% , which I've added to the subscriber section : https://coil.com/p/moncho/XRPLORE-Ledger-Exposed/T3ON-rVHA
  11. Thank you @xrphilosophy! And if that's OK, I'd like to use this thread to post the featured project each week! I have already started the project highlights this week with the Ledger Observer , an awesome open source, coil enabled real-time visuallization of the XRPL: https://coil.com/p/moncho/XRPLORE-The-Ledger-Observer/IzbxCJiiw
  12. Thanks a lot @Live4xrp! Yes, I started following recently , thinking of doing a write-up in December.
  13. I'd like to invite you to check out XRPLore, my new blog in Coil where I post about the ever-growing list of projects that either have been built or are in the works around the XRP Ledger. The objectives of XRPLore are to help spread the word about the outstanding work done by the Developers within the XRP Community through their projects, while also supporting the One More Home XRP fundraiser via Coil streams that result from Coil subscribers reading the weekly project spotlight and accessing the curated list which will be updated every month to reveal the projects covered each coming month. https://coil.com/p/moncho/XRPLORE/IqobsS8Bz Would really appreciate your feedback!
  14. Thank you for reading and for your comments! Yes, I got a message from the person who claimed the XRP. The Easter egg was found pretty quickly. Cheers!
  15. Really glad you liked it! Tips in the comment section would be awesome.
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