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  1. Through a tweet on his official page, Ripple Labs CEO, Brad Garlinghouse called for diversification into other assets especially cryptocurrencies to help counter the growing extreme inflation rate globally. Garlinghouse was responding to a Bloomberg article titled “JPMorgan says Bitcoin just took its first test and got ‘mostly positive’ results.” "The extreme inflation rate in some countries like Venezuela has prompted most of its citizens to turn to cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin as a medium of exchange. However, due to the environmental ills of Bitcoin and Ethereum mining as well as lower speed, Garlinghouse is pushing for mass adoption of XRP as a means of retail transactions, hence countering the extreme inflation rate." "With the current world turmoil pushing governments in a tight corner, a massive crypto adoption might be on the way post-pandemic." Source: https://zycrypto.com/as-extreme-inflation-looms-ripple-ceo-brad-garlinghouse-says-crypto-could-help-stabilize-markets/
  2. Here's an interesting article I've seen pop up on occasion comparing crypto global marketcap to assets, markets, etc. It puts in perspective how early we are in this game as crypto investors: https://dailyhodl.com/2018/07/10/a-striking-look-at-bitcoin-dominance-compared-to-money-derivatives-and-global-debt/ Of course, not surprising is that the crypto is the fastest growing asset class.
  3. https://fintechinsidernews.com/posts/B3dxaXFTXjHCevbut/how-bots-are-manipulating-cryptocurrency-prices - Interesting read
  4. Hi there fellow ripple believers, I am a firm believer in the XRP token and I have been holding on for a while now, but what do you think is a realistic price to sell? and on that note i have a few questions to which i have done research but cannot find answers to, please would some one assist in providing constructive responses? 1. Banks use XRP to perform transactions, if the xrp token is high in value it therefore effects the transaction cost, so in that case wouldn't ripple want to keep the xrp token at a specific price range? Either by manipulating the value or some other method? 2. XRP is rather volatile, 50% up on a single day. If banks adopt xrp then we cannot have this volatility, banks need stability. 3.XRP is deflationary, what happens when the 100 billion run out? 4. Ripple is doing great as a company, and XRP assists in faster transactions, but given the above is xrp the way forward for ripple? Please just constructive responses..
  5. We're just getting started. XRP's time will come; and given all the positive news, probably a lot sooner than later. #XRPtheStandard #2theMoon
  6. Forgive me the classification "Asian" and "Western," am living myself in Asia, great inspiring place, there's not the slightest negative connotation implied. Tried to do some research on the topic, difficult to find any worthwhile information: Are Asian and Western crypto investors behaving differently? With many markets in firm hands of Koreans, Japanese and Chinese, what does it mean for price development and the overall cryptocurrency market / industry? Are Asians really the gamblers we often hear? Would that prevent solid price increases? Are Westerners really the more traditional investors looking for sustainable values and growth potential? How would the markets behave differently with more / less Asian / Western investors? How things are now, you consider it to be a good and healthy development, or we're rather on a risky path?
  7. Looks like we are witnessing a changing of the guard Good news!
  8. Apologies if this article has already been posted: https://www.bloomberg.com/gadfly/articles/2017-06-14/this-cryptocurrency-boom-is-getting-a-little-absurd
  9. Imagine, for a moment, it's autumn of 2018. You wake up, turn on your television, and see channel after channel showing shots of the New York Stock Exchange, with news anchors nervously discussing the morning's developments: the stock market is crashing. Panic is in the air. Everyone remembers the housing and banking crisis ten years before. Fear, Uncertainty, and Doubt are the order of the day. Will the contagion spread? The above scenario is obviously fictional--I'm certainly no Nostradamus. But it's not implausible. The global economy last tanked in 2008. Before that, 1999-2000. Before that, 1991-1992. In very rough terms, these have happened every 8-10 years in recent history. Could we make it another 3 or 4 years? Certainly. Past performance is no indicator, and all that. Nonetheless, at some point we will see another economic crash. This is not a matter of "if", but "when." That said, the last time the market crashed, Bitcoin wasn't even a thing. We have no real template for what the cryptocurrency market looks like in the middle of a crash. Will investors treat crypto as a safe-haven, as they do precious metals? Or will investors begin pulling their funds out of crypto as uncertainty rises and panic strikes the other markets? Will it be something in between, with a slump, but of lesser severity? Or something else entirely? I recently posed this question to a friend of mine who has been in Bitcoin and a few other coins since around 2013. While he agrees that there's no way to know for sure -- "even gold isn't acting like gold, lately" he noted -- he suggested looking at Venezuela and India for clues. "Crypto is gaining a foothold in those places," he observed, however "the main issue is the technological sophistication of the populace." A few anecdotes I've picked up over the past several months lend some credence to this theory; although, anecdotes should never substitute for hard data (which I'm lacking). South Korea might serve as a second -- albeit more controversial -- example. Another investor friend of mine pointed to the turmoil and uncertainty on the Korean Peninsula, from domestic political turmoil to the ever-looming threat across the DMZ to the north. In her view, these factors helped drive the strong demand for first Bitcoin and then XRP in recent weeks, as investors looked for safe-havens. Does this theory have legs? I don't have enough information to answer that question. I'd love to hear from some of our Korean members for further insights. A third friend talked about the role regulation has played in Japan in driving demand. It's been suggested that so-called "bitcoin laws" have helped boost investor confidence in crypto in Japan, and he speculated that we could see very different reactions in different countries, based on the regulatory climate. "In countries where there are strong protections in place," he said, "we might see investors treat it more as a safe-haven and a hedge against inflation. In countries without such laws, though, who knows? It's anyone's guess." Ultimately, I don't have an answer. This isn't going to be one of those sorts of posts. Instead, I'm posing the question, hoping we can all gain insights from the discussion. Thoughts?
  10. One of the areas where Bitcoin has been shining over Ripple and other cryptocurrencies is in trade between digital assets. With SBI now partnered with Ripple and Kraken, this could be about to change. If Ripple continues to build and take advantage of its banking partnerships in Asia and around the world, XRP will no doubt become the major bridge currency for trade between fiat. If the new bank-backed exchanges really do have XRP as the bridge between all assets, both digital and fiat, then XRP's dominance within both spaces will be assured. At the moment, Bitcoin is really the only link people have to the other cryptocurrencies. Much of bitcoins recent growth could be attributed to growth of the space in general and its role as bridge currency. With Bitcoins current issues and the unique position held by Ripple's XRP, that could be about to shift.
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