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  1. What I think. Pure speculation: The Price of XRP won't really (beyond $1) go up until about 100 banks have adopted and implemented Ripple (hopefully with use of XRP). I think a low XRP price might be more attractive for banks. (Because they have to buy XRP's to make the transfers happen), so Ripple is now onboarding as much banks as possible. This is more easy with a low XRP price...so they keep it low... Once 100 banks are on board (today 30?) they will release XRP price and that's the moment the price might skyrocket. Why 100? Because somebody at HQ said 100 like I would.
  2. This morning I noticed a post that had bubbled to the top of the "active posts" list. And there it was - something that reminded me how this community is stronger than other crypto communities. We are starting to be much more organized than we used to be, and our moderators here on the forum are not just passive observers... they volunteered because they truly want to grow this community, and grow XRP usage. XRPChat Mods don't just "talk", they walk the talk. Listen to your own critical thinking. Do your own research. Find out the true comparison of the crypto products and make your choice. But never stop believing in your choice if you've taken those steps. And in the meantime, there's a movement starting here on the forum to organize and do tangible activities that will support XRP price. I think that this is a key difference in our strategy that we can do, if we're just a little more organized about it. I will defer to others like @tomxcs for specifics and links to the specific activities that we're thinking of. I volunteered to participate in an "open debate" style of activity that will be moderated by @Mercury I need to do much more. I plan on marketing on other sites much more actively, and to participate in every campaign that I can to get XRP "added" to additional exchanges, or to be directly supported better by existing ones. When you come across an activity that makes sense to you, please volunteer for it; individually we might be marginally effective. As a community, we become an unstoppable horde. PS: One of my current favorites is to get Coinbase to add direct support for XRP PS#2: If you have additional ideas, please post on @tomxcs's post, not this one. Also, if you have an idea, please also state what you see are logical "next steps", or what you can do to make it happen, if possible. There's a LOT of "ideas" out there, but we're looking for volunteers to lead these things as well. (If people do start posting here, I'll just consolidate the list later and re-post the information over on @tomxcs's thread)
  3. This is for Ripple team. Please tell us why you have not created a social media marketing team. Why doesn't your marketing seem to be very active when compared to ETH? The community would like to see a more pro active behavior from your marketing department. Please kindly let us know. Thanks,
  4. It has been implied here that Ripple has been limited in marketing and facilitating XRP and related products for end users because of the the FinCEN enforcement action against Ripple in 2015. While it was originally believed that RippleTrade was shut down because Ripple was pivoting (I believe SnapSwap's announcement to stop XRP/BTC support involved some wording like this), it has been implied here, and I have recently assumed, that the FinCEN agreement required Ripple to shut down RippleTrade and discontinue support of products/services targeting end users. With a quick google search you'll find this page which summarizes the whole ordeal. Linked on that page is the actual settle agreement signed by Ripple and FinCEN (here). To my surprise the settlement agreement in no way seems to directly limit Ripple's ability to provide products and services to end users. Take this statement on the twelfth page of the settlement agreement for example. "Within 30 days of the date of this agreement, Ripple Labs and XRP II will move its service known as Ripple Trade... and any such functional equivalent, to a money services business that is registered with FinCEN" In no way does this sound like Ripple had to shut down Ripple trade (end user focused products), in fact, the continuation of this product/service is implied. While Ripple no doubt was required to comply with stricter oversight because of this agreement, it seems that they are still subject to this stricter oversight due to the fact that XRP II is still selling XRP and therefore functioning as a MSB. For a TLDR version of Ripple's requirements, read the twelfth page of the settlement agreement which lists the "Remedial Framework" Ripple agrees to comply with. If I am understanding the settlement correctly, it seems Ripple decided to stop supporting end users because of the additional AML compliance risk such support would require. Since this decision was optional, it seems there are two immediate and important implications: Ripple doesn't need to wait until May 2018 to provide products and services to end users. Ripple can market XRP and RCL without restrictions related to this agreement If I am incorrect in my understanding, I would like to know why. If I am correct, I'd like to see Ripple continue more and more to publicly support XRP/RCL.
  5. http://area51.stackexchange.com/proposals/105911/ripple
  6. First advertisement platform that accepts Ripple! place banner ads, create faucets or earn free coins. At www.fauceting.com, earners can get free Ripple and advertisers can promote website by creating or sponsoring faucets. Project just started this week!