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  1. Lucid

    XRP to USD...how?

    How do you convert you XRP to USD? There are many exchange sites but I can't find websites that convert XRP straight to USD. You'll first have to convert your XRP to BTC and in that case you'll have to pay double taxes (at least in the US)! Who knows exchange sites that convert your XRP straight to USD? Am I the only one who is afraid that you cannot trade your XRP back into dollars/euros/etc?
  2. https://ambcrypto.com/xrp-strives-forward-with-changelly-supporting-the-cryptocurrency-with-usd-and-eur-pairing/
  3. Hi Guys, Seems like Coinbase is not making a lot of right decisions lately, I think its arrogance and overconfidence that is stopping them from taking right decisions. Found this interesting article, which states they couldnt find enough customers for their overhyped index funds, and are ditching the idea. Competition is already making things tough for them and i really hope the other exchanges take them over big time, because they really didnt make the xrp hodlers lives easy with their attitude. "Coinbase Ditches Its Index Fund in Favor of a New Retail Feature" Coinbase – one of the largest digital currency exchanges in the U.S. – is nixing its index fund designed for accredited investors and shifting its focus to a new retail product, The Block reports https://theblockcrypto.com/2018/10/11/coinbase-is-shutting-down-its-fund-aimed-at-big-investors-as-it-pivots-to-a-new-retail-product/ . Coinbase first announced its fund back in March of 2018. The project was designed to give institutional investors easy access to the digital currency market by offering them an index that represents a basket of Coinbase’s listed assets. During this time, Coinbase representatives stated that they were “seeing strong demand from institutional and high net worth individuals.” However, now the index fund has failed to attract an appropriate number of clients. Coinbase was reportedly unable to garner necessary revenue from the project and has since decided to move on to other endeavors. The latest retail product entitled the Coinbase Bundle, launched at the end of September. Using the feature, investors can purchase an assortment of the coins offered on Coinbase with one click. Minimum purchases begin at $25. Differing from an index fund, Coinbase Bundle does not offer fixed methodologies, nor does it provide rebalancing options. This is not the first feature of its kind. Circle introduced its clients to a similar product entitled Circle Invest, which allows users to buy up to 11 different tokens in a single investment. Circle also sports a lower purchasing minimum of merely $10. While the product has garnered solid reviews on Apple’s App Store, it remains unpopular amongst everyday users, and currently holds the #734 spot amongst finance apps according to App Annie. Founded in 2012, Coinbase is a broad company that covers trading,institutional brokerage and venture capital. It has amassed more than 20 million users, though active user activity has fallen by roughly 80 percent this year." "The company has worked hard to expand its team and has brought several renowned figures from the financial and tech industries on board, including former Instinet CEO Jonathan Kellner. Kellner will lead institutional sales and support for Coinbase beginning in 2019. He will work with the exchange to build an over-the-counter trading business, allowing Coinbase to better compete with exchanges such as itBit, Gemini and Kraken. Furthermore, the company is looking to hire 100 additional employees for its New York office, where they’ll join a campaign to bring more Wall Street vendors to the crypto industry. Recently, representatives havestated their desire to employ roughly 1,000 individuals by the end of the year."
  4. Xtremcoin

    Xtremcoin Pro

    Xtremcoin Pro working with popular cryptocurrency with Euro, Dolar and Turkish Lira. Try it now. CryptoCurrency Exchange
  5. This looks interesting. I added a few things from Abra's website, too. https://ripplenews.tech/2018/09/05/abra-now-allows-cryptocurrencies-trading-via-bank-accounts/ https://www.abra.com/ "Abra is the only app in the world that allows you to buy, store, and invest in 28 cryptocurrencies all-in-one place securely. Fund your account using bank transfer, credit/debit card, bitcoin or litecoin and start investing in cryptocurrencies like Ripple, Ether, Monero & more." "The wallet is unique because it is not custodial, in which the cryptocurrencies and the private key of the portfolio are held directly by the user. The Abra model is 100% peer-to-peer, with no intermediaries who can ever hold, manage or touch user funds at any time in any transaction." "Previously, Abra portfolios were financed by bank transfers in the United States, as well as by American Express, Visa and MasterCard debit and credit cards worldwide. Officially, Abra’s European bank transfers will take place using the SEPA guidelines. Within SEPA, several European member countries will also be able to deposit fiat national currency in addition to the euro. The SEPA area includes the 28 members of the European Union as well as four members of the European Free Trade Association (Austria, Germany, the Netherlands). , Belgium, Greece, Poland, Bulgaria, Hungary, Portugal, Cyprus, Ireland, Romania, Czech Republic, Italy, Slovak Republic, Denmark, Latvia, Slovenia, Estonia, Lithuania, Spain, Finland, Luxembourg, Sweden, France, Malta, Kingdom United and Croatia, Iceland, Monaco, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Norway, San Marino)." Fees: Add funds via bank- Free Add funds via US-based AMEX card-4% Add funds via teller (Philippines)- Up to 2%*** Add funds via Bitcoin- Free Add funds via Litecoin- Free Withdraw via bank- Free Withdraw via teller (Philippines)- Up to 2%*** Withdraw via Bitcoin Network- fee Withdraw via Litecoin Network- fee An exchange between any 2 currencies- Free Send funds to another Abra wallet- Free
  6. Criptohub confirmed as first exchange to list Allvor! New Brazilian exchange will list Allvor on July 25.
  7. Hello community, Our solution is a next generation cryptocurrency trading platform, introducing Dynamic Trading Rights (DTR) to revolutionise the current trading environment by providing a trustworthy, transparent, safe, and reliable place to exchange ERC20 tokens and other cryptocurrencies that are foreseen to evolve in the future. One of Founders is Gregor Gololicic (ex-CTO of Gatehub). With him we will use experience gained from Ripple blockchain and implement it in the new cryptocurrency trading platform, to provide more trading PAIRS for XRP. We will also accept XRP in ICO phase, which starts on November 6. Thank you, tokens https://www.tokens.net
  8. Ozzie getting in the game Australia’s First Regulated Crypto Exchange Adds Ripple XRP Support July 8, 2018 7:00 by Pratik Makadiya https://btcmanager.com/australias-first-regulated-crypto-exchange-adds-ripple-xrp-support/ "CEO Adrian Przelozny said “The addition of XRP is in line with our strategy of adding high-quality digital currencies in a thoughtful and measured way. There is a wide universe of digital currencies out there now, but to be listed on Independent Reserve they need to meet a range of criteria including quality, stability and volume metrics. Our clientele has been requesting XRP, and we felt this timing was right to offer it to them.” "Independent Reserve is AUSTRAC-approved cryptocurrency exchange and reportedly the first fully authorized trading desk in the country."
  9. Xtremcoin

    Xtremcoin (Türkiye)

    https://www.xtremcoin.com The under construction! It allows for the first time in Turkey to buy and sell with Turkish Liras and Ripple (XRP). At the same time, Exchange offers wallet application. It is also possible to process transactions with many other crypto currencies. The first transfer experiment was successfully carried out on 13/10/2017. Please remember, it is still in construction.
  10. https://www.globaltechinsights.com/bithumb-hacked-south-korean-crypto-currency-exchange-loses-30million/ South Korean Exchange got hacked. & m worried about my investments. Because of such hacks market is become very vulnerable to loss.
  11. Hello all. I apologize in advance if this question is in the wrong place or repetitive...I'm new and, frankly, not really sure where to put this question in the context of the available topics. So I've experimented by buying a basket of IOU's representing different currencies and even bitcoin by using https://www.theworldexchange.net ledger interface, and now I have them just sitting in my XRP wallet. So I understand obviously how to send XRP from wallets to exchanges and such, that's simple...but I don't see any option for these IOU's. I see each has its' own unique address that I assume I could send to, and I guess that's another question. Exchanges: Which ones support and will redeem IOU's representing Dollars, Yen or Bitcoin for example? How can I send these IOU's properly from wallet to wallet? How will I know what addresses to use? How will I know they will be "honored" by the exchange? Is there anything special I need to do with the destination tag or invoice ID? If I send real bitcoin to an IOU address, will the ledger understand what to do, or would that get me screwed? (Not that I want to use Bitcoin, but this is for science.) If the question is repetitive I hope you'll be gentle with me and guide me to the proper resources. Thanks in advance!
  12. I think, Ripple Labs should seriously consider to start it's own new regulated cryptoexchange in the US. The Winklevoss twins did the same with Gemini some years ago. Instead of waiting fruitlessly for others like Coinbase, Ripple could fund a new regulated US-exchange together with interested banks and payment providers as funding partners. They have a lot of revenue through direct and indirect XRP-sales. In Q4 alone they sold XRP for 95 Million USD. There is enough money to start an exchange and promote it.
  13. Hey all, Noticed no one posted the news yet, but the official QuadrigaCX reddit account confirmed that they'll be adding XRP soon. With Coinsquare already confirmed Canadians won't have anymore barriers to purchasing and withdrawing funds relevant to their XRP investment!
  14. anichhangani

    Ripple XRP listed on wazirx

    Although they don't have much liquidity at the moment, it's a great step in the right direction. https://medium.com/wazirx/newfeaturealert-xrp-on-wazirx-5c42e662e75f
  15. RIPe

    Cashing In

    I know how to buy XRP, how to trade XRP, and store XRP. I would like to hear suggestions on how to cash it in. At this time, I can only think of going to Binance, trading XRP to BTC, ETH, or LTC, or even BCH (all the coins supported by coinbase right now), then send it to COINBASE or GDAX (for lesser fees), then withdraw it to my bank account. Do you guys have a better way?
  16. With all the constant banter about being listed/not be listed on Coinbase I have not heard anyone's thoughts expressing that Ripple MAY BE THE ONES putting the kibosh on XRP listing. Coinbase is not a recognized regulated exchange. Since Ripple works with and not against why would they jeopardize that relationship? https://www.sec.gov/fast-answers/divisionsmarketregmrexchangesshtml.html
  17. Hi Ripple community Im interested in creating a remittance based business and am trying to figure out how xRapid provides liquidity. The reason i ask is that the destination country has no exchange that lists XRP.. so no way of converting the XRP into fiat or into another cryptocurrency. So how would xRapid solve this issue?
  18. Hey... Here is the Review Of "eToro Exchange" In this eToro exchange review, we’ll discuss the cryptocurrency aspect of eToro including the eToro pros and cons, how to buy on eToro, how to sell on eToro, how to deposit money on eToro, how to withdraw from eToro, how to deposit with PayPal, and other frequently asked questions. Know More Here... https://www.profitconfidential.com/cryptocurrency-exchanges/etoro/exchange-review-things-know-selecting-best-social-trading-platform/?utm_source=rp.xrpchat&utm_medium=referral
  19. I have done many transactions on many Exchanges But Personally, I found "BitFinex" very friendly... I would advise you, folks, to use it. For That, I have shared a full information about Bitfinex Exchange... Really Helpfull. https://www.profitconfidential.com/cryptocurrency-exchanges/bitfinex/exchange-review-bitfinex-legit-trustworthy/?utm_source=rp.xrpchat&utm_medium=referral
  20. Hey Guys do you have experience with quoinnex? Any one who deposited crypto there?
  21. Since Exchanges collect all their fees in the primary currency related to the trading pair, will they then hedge all of the collected cryptocurrencies to mitigate exchange risk ?. In a falling market like the current one, it would seem to be in their best interest to do so if all of their expenses (Wages etc..) need to be paid in real dollars. e.g. if tether is a fraud.. then USDT collected can be exchanged for real USD to remove this exposure: Exchange without USD converts USDT to --> BTC/ETH/XRP --> send to another Exchange that deals in USD -> Withdrawal.. What do others in this forum think ?
  22. Dear Ripplers, You can now exchange XRP for more than 100 alt coins for low fees at CryptoWolf There is also the option to buy XRP with BTC / ETH / DASH / XMR / BCH / LTC for a fee of 0.25 XRP.
  23. Not sure if this goes in press section but I searched and couldn't find anyone posting this or discussing this either. This is very good news for XRP liquidity especially in inefficient corridors making that XRP sandwich even more irresistible (SGD--MXN; PHP--SGD etc) You think this is as big news as I do? Even if not, I think it's a good step in the right direction. Available pairs on QUOINEX include: XRP/USD, XRP/JPY, XRP/SGD, XRP/EUR, XRP/HKD, XRP/IDR, XRP/AUD, XRP/PHP, XRP/CNY. https://medium.com/@QUOINE/coin-of-the-week-ripple-xrp-f2842c97b1f9
  24. hi, as for now there are many news about crypto exchange being hacked and many investor lost their money. so i think decentralized exchange may be the good option in the future. Has anyone here use decentralized exchange for trading ? can you share me how to use ? and which platform are you using ? as i googled , i found : bitshare , bitsquare, open ledger , NXT *important question : is decentralized exchange surely safe from hacker ? thank you