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  1. https://seekingalpha.com/news/3340073-mastercard-keeps-options-open-cryptos?ifp=0 Looks like Mastercard are keeping their options open on Cryptocurrencies but will only bet involved with one which is utilised by a Central Bank... I wonder if Ripple will be a part of this...
  2. Can someone send me 20 XRP, I'll pay him how much 20 XRP are worth The reason im asking this is because in order for me to buy ripple i need to wait 5+ days for my account to get verified so im just wondering if someone can buy me 20 xrp's
  3. This survey is being conducted by students of Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute of Engineering Sciences and Technology[Pakistan]. The purpose of this form is to get an insight of the opinion people have about cryptocurrency, to see what are the features of an ideal cryptocurrency from an investor's point of view? what factors are detrimental in choosing a cryptocurrency? whether the majority is eager to invest in cryptocurrency? and to determine whether people want the cryptocurrency to be legalized world-wide or not? (All the information submitted here will be kept confidential and will only be used for research purposes.) https://goo.gl/forms/RuxCR2FCoewQIV303
  4. Niet heel spannend maar voor de volledigheid toch maar een topic, aangezien het wel interessant is dat cryptocurrencies meer in het nieuws lijken te komen. Ripple wordt genoemd omdat het op nummer 3 staat wat betreft marktgrootte maar er wordt niet op ingegaan. Cryptocurrencies: niet alleen bitcoin, maar ook potcoin en gulden https://www.rtlz.nl/beurs/cryptocurrencies-niet-alleen-bitcoin-maar-ook-potcoin-en-gulden Ze vertellen dat er allerlei munten zijn zoals potcoin en gulden, en dat IOTA in 1 dag een marktwaarde had van 1,5 miljard dollar. Risico's zijn oa dat de koersen hard omhoog en omlaag kunnen gaan, dat je je kunt afvragen bij wie je moet aankloppen als je munten uit je wallet zijn verdwenen, en dat het moeilijk te voorspellen is welke munt gaat winnen (aldus rtlz, ik kan me voorstellen dat hier een paar mensen zijn die er anders over denken ) Veel mensen wagen daarom een gokje met kleine bedragen in meerdere cryptos
  5. This is a bit early, but time for it will come. Currently, hackers use computer networks consisted of 10s thousands connected computers to hack passwords or sites or whatnot. What will happen when quantum computers come out and hackers start using 10s thousands of such computers to hack secret keys of any crypto wallet? Would then the safest way be to have many (if you have a lot of crypto we are talking in 10s of thousands) wallets where you store crypto (so that possible prize is not enough to pay for such attack)? with so many passwords to take care. Or will the answer be to move crypto constantly from 1 wallet to another, because such computers will for sure break a secret key in matter of days so basically you should move it each day, then later with more powerful quantum computers each 1 hour, then each 15 mins etc. For example, currently if you hold a lot of crypto in a wallet, your safest way is probably to move it constantly because if someone connects around 100k currently powerful computers be sure your password will be cracked in some time. What are your thoughts?
  6. https://steemit.com/cryptocurrency/@jrcornel/cryptocurrencies-are-not-in-a-bubble-and-here-s-why "Unlike some other assets that are driven up exuberantly, Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies actually have utility value. They are a means of transaction. They can facilitate international transactions in a fraction of the time and at a fraction of the cost. There is real value in that. Plus it can't be manipulated in the way that current means of transaction can (dollars). The supply is known, there is no trickery going on with central banks adjusting the money supply. Which means it has a very real chance of supplanting those means at some point. Not to mention each cryptocurrency has a network behind it. Steem is the perfect example of this. There are literally thousands of users on steemit.com every day that interact and communicate on it. Each person could literally bring in an exponential number of new people to cryptocurrency at any time. If the base is growing, it's price likely is growing as well. Think of how many people there are in the world (7.5 billion) vs. how many of those actually own a cryptocurrency of any kind. Think of how many hedge funds own cryptocurrencies. How many investment funds, how many insurance corporations etc etc... Basically none of them have gotten involved in any meaningful way yet. We haven't even scratched the surface of what could be coming if these things reach their full potential... That's what gets me really excited. Keep the dreams alive my friends!"
  7. Article went on to explain some of the benefits of blockchain technology that might have caused Russia to change it's stance, http://www.businessinsider.com/why-russia-legalized-cryptocurrencies-2017-5
  8. (Be aware that this is me feeding the hype and only my 2 cents) The investing angels that guide me tell me that more is to come. Hold on to your socks fellow ripple-ians and profit hungry brothers. The real reason I have such confidence is that ripple is the only cryptocurrency that has traditional financial institutions investing and testing it. This means that they do not want to get left behind and the fact that they put their confidence into ripple is a good sign for all cryptocurrencies because it validates the concept and technology. One thing we must all understand is that a currency is only as valuable as the market allows/wants it to be and it shows this through adoption (volume) and can unfortunately be manipulated by supply ( think of the diamond industry). The fact that ripple is centralized makes the majority of cryptocurrency enthusiasts dislike it as it is antithetical to the premise on which cryptocurrencies where created, that of being a decentralized, peer to peer method of exchanging value. But I say this again, it is only as valuable as the number of people who accept and adopt it. Of my short experience in cryptocurrencies I can say that there are two main types of cryptocurrency enthusiasts. In category 1 we have those who are genuinely invested in the decentralized ideal and want to create a parallel financial ecosystem where we are all in control of our own money and there is no financial third party to ask for permission to send money. This is an ideal that requires most users to have an above average understanding of the technology or at least be aware of it and know how to use the wallets and exchanges. Herein lies the true problem and barrier to entry. If cryptocurrencies are to be truly adopted they will require a more mass market friendly platform to offer their coins on and they will also have to be useful in that they can either buy goods and services (such as how bitcoin is accepted at many online merchants) or they can be more unique and be a way to transfer and exchange money between people and between banks (ripple). On the other hand, we have the second type of crypto enthusiast who is profit driven and feeds of the speculation and high volatility. This type of enthusiast cares less about the technology and the ideal and more about the volatility and market manipulation. Though even those in category 1 enjoy the growth in their net worth. Exchanges only exist because there is a large demand for them from enthusiasts in this category and the fact that they are unregulated and have such low fees means that any average person with a decent internet connection and an ID can try and benefit from this volatile industry (desirably so). However, what ripple is doing is legitimizing the industry and if they play their cards right they may be opening the door for other cryptocurrencies and start-ups in this area. Much like how Ethereum has been revolutionizing the cryptocurrency industry in applications, ripple will allow for the beginning of mass market exposure to and adoption of cryptocurrencies. And yes, all those of us who have just found out about it or have been in this word since the birth of bitcoin will regarded as the “lucky ones” who were there early enough to reap the financial rewards. N.B. I am not a financial expert and I do not pretend to be. Please do your own research and invest wisely and only what you can afford to lose and still feed yourself. In addition, remember that sometimes hype may be bad and only slow, sustained growth is true growth.
  9. A page named RippleTalk has been launched on reddit by one of famous Cryptocurrency redditor(Xezirone) to support lovely Ripple(XRP), i subscribed to it, join and support the Ripple https://www.reddit.com/r/RippleTalk/
  10. https://cryptocointalk.com/topic/47455-top-5-best-cryptocurrencies-investment/ "1. Ripple (XRP) Ripple is based on shared, public database or ledger, which uses a consensus process that allows for payments, exchanges and remittance in a distributed process. Ripple tries its best to keep it free of charge for any sort of exchange or trade. They will have a hard time with third-parties, but why go to third parties when the officials themselves are offering to trade or exchange with no fee. Ripple has been successful adapting big banks to their system. Professionalism and high quality development is being put into this cryptocurrency. Currently Ripple has teamed up with biggest banks such as RBC, CIBC and more. These banks are currently using Ripple as a Interbank blockchain, but later on it is expected that these banks will be transfering funds more often through Ripples gateway. Ripple is considered to be the best cryptocurrency for long-term investment."
  11. Everyone has a new year's resolution. It could be losing weight, getting that 6 pack, quitting something like smoking, bad language and you get the drift. What about crypto. Is there something anyone would like to do differently or try something new with dc's. Could be taking bigger risks maybe.
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