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  1. I've done some research on the trend of decentralized exchanges, and I think traders might need to start taking a look at these options - I talk about the impact on worldwide regulations and also my take about how it will affect XRP & Ripple. With China being the first country to seriously step in the way of crypto-currency trading, I think the trend towards serious adoption of decentralized exchanges might be in our future. Is this a good thing? Maybe... I hope you enjoy the read! Please leave any feedback below and feel free to share on any other media. My blog announcements on other media: Twitter Reddit Bitcointalk - alt coin sub forum Bitcointalk - XRP speculation thread
  2. SEP 10, 2017 — Great news for the Get Ripple on CoinBase petition — we got a response from Ripple.... https://www.change.org/p/ripple-get-ripple-on-coinbase-18f018d0-1c06-4d74-9a69-1639c9649af5/u/21304885
  3. The petition to get XRP added to Coinbase now has 652 signatures as of the time of this writing on Sunday morning! We are edging closer to the 1k mark; I believe that these signatures send a message to Coinbase and Ripple that we need better U.S.-based support for making XRP investing easier. The demand for XRP is far above Litecoin, and yet Coinbase chose to add Litecoin ahead of XRP. That's where our motivation for this petition originated - Coinbase has almost a monopolistic market share here in the United States, and we need to enable it to support direct XRP purchases for new customers! Here is the link to sign or otherwise share with others: Coinbase XRP Support Petition
  4. I placed a limit order for some BTC at 3900 and it has dipped below that price many times yet the order remains open. My account also is showing an arbitrary balance slightly lower than my full balance. I am not sure why the limit order still has not executed. There is not where to select to cancel the order either. I have already contacted GDAX but have not heard back yet. Has anyone experienced this? Sorry if non XRP chat is not allowed
  5. An official petition has been started to get XRP listed on Coinbase: change.org Link to XRP Petition I'm not sure who started that actual petition, but thank you if you're somewhere on this forum! Note that change.org requires you to either be an active user or sign up to sign a petition. I did - please also add your name to the list! Thanks, - Hodor!
  6. Coinbase

    Does anybody here know anybody that works for Coinbase? If so is there any news on whether or not they will include XRP?
  7. REMINDER: EVERYONE GET ON BOARD! A petition was started to support XRP being listed on Coinbase. You DO NOT have to sign up for an account to sign the petition. Click this link: https://www.change.org/p/ripple-get-ripple-on-coinbase-18f018d0-1c06-4d74-9a69-1639c9649af5?recruiter=17162620&utm_source=share_petition&utm_medium=twitter&utm_campaign=share_petition Fill out the information (Name & Email) and hit "Sign"
  8. Lets like and promote XRP on Coinbase!!!!!!
  9. https://xrphodor.wordpress.com/2017/07/09/open-letter-to-brian-armstrong/ Blog entry number ... ?? This one is a "polite as I can make it" request to Brian Armstrong to add XRP support to Coinbase. I'm open to other ideas on how to get support for XRP on coinbase - I just think that it's too big of an exchange (at present, anyway) for us to ignore. Lots of investor money is currently flowing through there into BTC, LTC, and ETH, but not XRP! I think it's way past time. Please let me know what you think about the open letter, and of course, feel free to share as much as possible over other media!
  10. Until we have a better alternative here in the U.S., I think we need to keep pressure on Coinbase to add XRP... the fact that they have Litecoin and not XRP is mind-boggling. What is the deal with Brian Armstrong? Does he not understand what kind of money he's giving up not carrying XRP? What is he waiting for? http://www.coindesk.com/life-coinbase-can-charlie-lee-keep-litecoins-revival-alive/
  11. Imagine for a moment that its the year 1849. Gold has just been discovered in the hills of California. Now imagine that in this alternate version of history that the majority of people in the United States have never heard of this place called "California", and that few of the people who have heard of California have any idea how to read a map in order to get there. Furthermore, imagine that someone set up blockades on all the roads leading into California, making it more difficult for anyone to get in or out. This is the world of cryptocurrency today. A while back, I was riding with an engineer friend/coworker of mine, and he saw me busily doing something on my phone and asked what I was doing. I asked him if he'd ever heard of cryptocurrency. Blank stare. I gave him a brief synopsis of what cryptocurrency is about, my standard spiel about how I passed up on the opportunity to buy several hundred dollars worth of bitcoin back in the early days, etc., and then a quick rundown on XRP, what it is, where I see it going, and so on. I might as well have been describing the lost city of Troy to my cat. Without going into a lot of personal details, let me just say that the firm I currently work for has a large number of middle-class blue-collar employees. In fact, out of 54 employees at present, only 5 of them have college degrees. I've talked to a number of the folks out on our shop floor about bitcoin, none of them had heard of it. Let me me restate that for emphasis: none of them had even *heard* of Bitcoin three months ago. Any bets on whether any of them had heard of Etherium, Litecoin, or Ripple? *crickets* If you work in the financial or tech industries, or if (like me) you have a lot of friends who have worked in those sectors, its easy to have a false sense for what level of awareness -- or rather, unawareness -- surrounds blockchain. Most people not only don't understand how it works, but they don't even know that it is a thing. They don't even know that they don't know. That's the first reason -- in my opinion -- that the full value of XRP as an asset isn't fully priced in. There's not enough knowledge of its existence. Yet. Imagine for a moment you decided to buy a house. But there's a problem: not only have you not ever bought a house, but neither have any of your friends and family. None of them knows how to tell you where to start. To make matters worse, none of your friends seem to know any realtors, either. You ask around online, but you mainly find mixed information, reports that some of the realtors in your area are con-artists, as well as more than a handful of blog-posts decrying property in general as theft. Nonetheless, after dutifully exercising as much diligence as you can in such circumstances, you finally manage to find a house for sale, and as far as you can tell, it seems like one that you might want to buy. You pull out your wallet. Oh wait -- the owner of the house doesn't accept dollars. He's a gold bug. He doesn't trust the federal reserve, so you're gonna have to find somewhere to buy a bunch of gold bars. You scratch your head. "Now where the &$%# am I supposed to get gold bars?" >Facepalm.jpeg Back to the internet. More reading. More questionable blog posts and disinformation. You finally find a place in your local area that will sell you gold for dollars. Oh wait -- you have to provide a whole bunch of documentation so they know you're not a drug dealer, or a money launderer, or a time-traveling space-pirate. So after you've provided your photo ID, a proof of residence, a couple of DNA samples, etc. they finally sell you some gold. Oh wait -- even after you provided your great-grandmother's citizenship papers and a naked photo of yourself holding your social security card, they still will only sell you $250 dollars worth of gold per week. >DamnitToHell.bmp So you begin buying your gold, $250 worth at a time, and building up enough to make payments on that house every month. Then one day, you show up at Gold-R-Us, only to find that they're randomly locked up at two-o'clock on a Tuesday. They're open again Wednesday, so you buy some more and think "no harm, no foul." But then the next week you come back, and they're closed again because of... who knows. Maintenance? Customer overload? Wicked infestation of termites? Folks, this analogy is only barely a stretch, when it comes to buying XRP for the first time. I'm not exaggerating when I say it was less headache buying my last car than it was to jump through all the hoops it took to buy my first XRPs back in the sub-cent glory days. I, who had invested in coin before (back in the Mt. Gox/Cryptsy days... ugh) and who had friends in the coin world, was willing to tough it out and make my way through the obstacles to purchase some Zerps. How many of those people out on my shop floor do you think would do the same? Short answer? Before the 4000% increase in the price of XRP, I wasn't able to persuade a single one of them. Since then, I've brought a few on board. If we continue to see growth, I have no doubt that others will hear about it and get on board as well. My point is: word is only just now starting to trickle out that "there's gold in them thar' hills". But even with word trickling out, we're only seeing a tiny fraction of the eventual investor pool. I've heard speculation as to whether the growth potential of XRP is priced in. For markets to efficiently gauge the value of an asset, there has to be good knowledge about the asset, widely and freely available, and no barriers to entry. At present, there is very little knowledge (outside of the tech and financial sectors) and the barriers to entry are often confusing and seemingly arbitrary to the uninitiated. I personally do not believe there can be strong correlation between the price of XRP and its value as a long-term asset as long as so few people know about it, and as long as the hurdles to buying XRP are as numerous and as confusing to outside investors. Now look at the google trends for bitcoin, blockchain, cryptocurrency, etc. The stat charts have gone full-blown hockey-stick. People are waking up. And as demand for assets like XRP increases, the number of venues offering will increase as well. Sites like Coinbase and Poloniex have only been able to maintain their rolling $#%&-show for so long because of relative lack of competition -- that's changing. In the end, I strongly believe that the markets will become more efficient as knowledge proliferates and as the barriers to entry become more stream-lined. As that occurs, I believe the price of XRP will rise until its long-term value is fully priced in. I look forward to that day. Big time. Now if you'll excuse me, I've got to go provide Coinbase with a notarized copy of a Papal Bull so they'll raise my purchase limit... that is, assuming they're not temporarily experiencing random downtime because of ghosts in their breakroom.
  12. hello all ripple community, im selling Brand NEW (Sealed) Amazon Fire Stick 2 Gen for XRP. Ready to ship - Free Shipping USA only Current Price: 320 XRP Also selling : AWS IoT Button (2nd Generation) - Free Shipping USA only : 130 XRP If this post is annoying to the community please let me know and i will take it down. thanks
  13. Hi to all the ripple community , how can we push for a near future Coinbase to add XRP ???
  14. For the third day in a row, I've noticed that the coinbase Buy Bitcoin price is about $70 USD lower than the last trade price for Bitcoin on Poloniex. Does anyone have any comments? At this very moment, it's: Poloniex: $1319.85 coinbase: $1253.58 Something just doesn't make sense. Any comments?
  15. This is from Kraken commenting here "FDIC insurance only protects USD deposits from the possible failure of the bank holding the funds. It does not cover any problems with the exchange such as a hack and does not cover the loss of bitcoin or any other digital asset. Further, it may only apply up to a $250k cap on the master account and not per user." #xrpsafehaven
  16. http://www.financemagnates.com/cryptocurrency/exchange/coinbase-receives-nyc-regulators-license-offer-litecoin-ethereum/
  17. Decred uses an interesting mix of PoW/PoS: https://docs.decred.org/mining/overview/#2-proof-of-stake-pos-mining
  18. Well what a great start of 2017!! XRP may get listed on GDAX and Coinbase. Here is the blog post from Brian Armstrong. Coinbase is open for business for more coins to be listed in 2017. Completing our transition to becoming a digital currency company (not just a Bitcoin company) Brian Armstrong. Here is the rest of the story. https://blog.coinbase.com/completing-our-transition-to-becoming-a-digital-currency-company-not-just-a-bitcoin-company-6bcc44ca40ee#.1vhs796vl
  19. Coinbase CEO Wants Your Vote https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc2fiKVGs8bBWSzUols16GjetJ0aWx4N1J10SP0NwhG6rdtfg/viewform
  20. Although I'm sure they disagree with the IRS's move here, I'm betting Ripple is happy they no longer have individual customer-facing products and don't sell XRP to individuals either: https://cointelegraph.com/news/coinbase-will-take-irs-to-court-over-consumer-privacy-attack http://fortune.com/2016/11/20/irs-bitcoin-tax-evasion-case/
  21. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/david-seaman/coinbase-to-add-ethereum_b_10996382.html
  22. Would be great if @gatehub could somehow get Coinbase to establish a Ripple account with a trustline. There are too many steps involved with trying to turn US fiat into XRP. https://blog.coinbase.com/2016/06/22/coinbase-adds-support-for-paypal-and-credit-cards/