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  1. During the past one month, many of our users reached out to us and asked for a tool to track volatility and pump-dump events of crypto currencies. So we decided to build one to help the traders and from now on, you will be able to track the unpredictability of the crypto currency market. Our premium users will have access to the volatility ranking of top 1000 highly-traded coins for the current 1 hour and 24 hour period. Additionally, they will receive email alerts for the following: 1) An alert every 15 minutes with 20 most and least volatile coins of the past 1 hour. 2) They will get notified whenever their selected favorite coin/coins(you can select upto 5) become highly volatile! You can checkout our pricing plans here: https://www.shufflup.org/volatility_pricing.php We have made access to 7 days, 1month, 6 months and 1 year volatility rankings of more than 1500 coins free so that you can get a hang of the product! Check it out here: https://www.shufflup.org/volatility_vol.php https://www.shufflup.org/volatility.php https://www.shufflup.org/volatility_unstable.php You can now check the volatility ranking of Ripple by visiting : https://www.shufflup.org/currencies_public.php?curr=Ripple (XRP) This will help you to know which coin is PUMPING or DUMPING at a very early stage if you track volatility of the coin, as in the event of PUMP or DUMP price fluctuates very rapidly resulting in an increased volatility. Please consult https://www.shufflup.org/faq.php to learn more about the product or comment on this thread. We sincerely hope that this tool will help traders to reduce the risk of loss and help them to make more wise investment decisions. Adding the screenshots of the pages which can be accessed only by our premium users! Any feedback is highly appreciated. Thank you.
  2. https://www.theindependentrepublic.com/2018/01/28/price-of-ripple-xrp-supply-demand/
  3. There was a brilliant explanation on Twitter about how to use XRP as a bridge currency. All he says just works already and can be used for so many amazing things. Anybody thinking this will not lead to anything should just go home. The bottom line is that transactions are atomic and nobody needs to know about XRP or even hold it when wanting to bridge as long as the market provides the necessary liquidity. To me personally this shows how superior XRPL is. See the tweet and the following. Spread the word folks.
  4. Now is a good time to remember XRP is a long term (high risk) investment, and the price a month, 2 weeks ago, yesterday and today are all reflecting substantially the same "investment." The biggest difference is the liquidity of XRP. If there is one thing that is going to make Ripple's plans for XRP come true, it's the liquidity. The nice thing is it makes it simple for anyone with even limited knowledge to follow closely but just going to the Ripple site, and looking at XRP markets. Ripple puts this right on their main website page. So right now, XRP is looking better then ever, it's been massively improved. Not only that, it has given Ripple a giant warchest to grease the wheels -- making it even more likely that they can pull this off. It's not going to matter what any one country decides to do over the short term. Trying to guess at any of these micro events will drive anyone crazy-- because there just isn't any way to "figure it out." Same with day trading. If anyone wants to do themselves a favor-- instead of poking at the exchanges and looking for a price, go look around at liquidity including volume, different pairings, exchange listings etc... When there is positive movement in these areas, a better price will come no matter what these short term blips look like. One great advantage of these swings is it gives people who have missed the boat so far the opportunity to into the party. I hope this helps people calm a bit. '
  5. gomoku

    Volatility joke

    It's Jimmy's birthday, and he asks his dad for one bitcoin. "Jimmy, one bitcoin??!?," blurts out his dad. Next, he checks his screen. "Why, that's, er.....that's 18,349 dollars!!! Son, let me tell you, er.....15,832 dollars is not an amount that grows on trees. And what in heavens would you do with, er......17,277 dollars anyway?" Read somewhere and edited.
  6. As I am seeing it right now, a big reason why ripple and xrp are not starting to roll out is the volatility of xrp. Something that could have been excluded if xrp was backed by for example the dollar. I know about the possibility of intermediary businesses that could be responsible for the risks of the volatility. But isn't the concept of ripple just all about creating a way of extremely fast money transfers without any third parties along the way? It is also confusing because ripple still holds 60 percent of the pre-mined currency. Because of this it is easy to think that ripple has a second goal next to creating a fast and seamless way of transferring money (cross border). And that reason is earning good money for the organization itself. I know that ripple states that they are using the money earned by selling of their xrp to advance the system. But In my opinion this just cannot go hand in hand with the fact that they still own 60 percent. I would also struggle to believe that this "system" is only able to be created with an backup reserve as the 60 percent that has been decided to be held by ripple. Is it for example not possible to create a fast and cheap crypto currency as xrp that is backed by a fiat currency? Or could anyone tell me why ripple needed to choose to make ripple as it is today. I will definitely appreciate any thought or comment
  7. Although the volatility of XRP appearantly is not a huge problem as the amount of time banks get exposed to that risk is relatively low (8 seconds transaction time) and also appearantly volatility providers can be used to catch those risks (mentioned in some article), still I can imagine that in the end for XRPs functionality it would be best when volatility to be as low as possible. The solution could be in the banks' hands themselves: if they just buy massively and only use it for its functionality (so not sell for profit taking), the price would spike / rise significantly and stay there. Or is this thought missing some ingredients? Another one would be to get some huge consumer platform on board to start using XRP by default (Apple Pay, Amazon, etc) to rise liquidity to a stable level causing a similar effect. Or again, is this thought to short sighted?
  8. There is one thing that I am struggling to get my head around with respect to volatility and payments... Let's say I am a big company and I need to pay $10m to a creditor for whatever reason. (Let's just say 1 XRP equals 1 USD at time zero) Step 1: I buy my XRP10m give the bank my $10m Step2: The bank does an immediate transfer of my XRP10m to the other party/bank Step 3: The receiving party/bank converts this XRP10m into USD (to expunge my obligation), but due to the fairly extreme volatility the price is now .99c instead of $1, therefore the receiving bank/counterparty didn't receive $10m but $9 900 000. The $100 000 was lost due to currency volatility...that's a problem for the ultimate receiver of the currency. Okay so what if the original invoice WAS in fact in XRP...well then I have a whole new problem with respect to accounting/GAAP/IFRS that will come into play as XRP is NOT a currency... I can carry on all day with examples of how this would be a nightmare to implement if you are a publicly traded company... As a fairly experienced global corporate treasurer I would love to get a better payment system than the banks and SWIFT and I have seen some presentations on the "Ripple" software, which is very interesting, but using XRP in a large corporate might be more trouble than its worth. Any comments appreciated as I don't want to look like I am bashing this, but international treasury is what I do EVERY day and I can't work out why I would even consider XRP as a payment currency. There are also no NDF's, Forwards, options or derivatives that I could use to hedge my XRP exposure...
  9. http://www.livebitcoinnews.com/keeping-xrp-exchange-wallets-fuels-market-volatility/ Quoted: "The XRP price has seen quite a bit of negative momentum as of late. That is not entirely surprising, considering all currencies and assets lost value. The recent Bitcoin price drop is not doing the markets any favors. However, exchange users make life easier for market manipulators by keeping coins on online platforms. Stagnant coins can also create leverage for market traders, which needs to be avoided. Get Your XRP Balances Off Exchanges Although it may not seem like it, there are decent XRP wallets out there. Storing funds in an exchange is the most convenient option. However, Ledger enabled hardware wallet support for XRP. Anyone who wants to be a long-term XRP investor needs to move funds to a wallet they control themselves. An exchange or online wallet simply isn’t worth it. More specifically, so many people keeping funds in exchange wallets create more opportunities for margin traders. It is of the utmost importance the coin supply across exchanges is reduced to a minimum. XRP is not your average cryptocurrency investment by any means. It will not double in value overnight, nor should it. Storing funds offline has proven to be challenging for XRP holders. The Ledger Nano S is perhaps the best solution out there, although it is not free. There is also the official Ripple paper wallet website, which could be useful to some. Never keep any asset or currency in an exchange whatsoever, as it only leads to more price volatility. Moreover, panic selling ensues when too many people keep funds on an exchange as well. Everyone who wants to trade XRP on a frequent basis should keep it on an exchange. However, these people will facilitate volatility as well, which needs to be taken into account. Your funds is not your sole property when it is kept on an exchange. Moreover, you have no control over the money if you’re not the only one controlling the private key. Everyone needs to keep this in mind at all times."
  10. I currently use Ripple exactly how it was intended - as a unique tool for the transfer of value. At the moment, Ripple can be used as a low volatility, safe haven currency that facilitates reinvestment into other cryptocurrencies. For example, if I feel Bitcoin and Ethereum are in an overbought bubble and about to undergo price correction, I convert my ETH and BTC to XRP (instantly and it feels so good), hold my XRP position through the price correction, then reinvest into ETH and BTC at a lower price. For guys like me, who are trying to get a DAPP development team together and push crypto into mainstream utilization, investment tools such as XRP only serve to help bolster funding that can and will be reinvested into cryptocurrency. Right now I own a Ledger Nano S (not a shill, but I highly recommend it for $70) and would love to see support for an XRP wallet on the Ledger - it would enhance XRP's position as a safe haven currency. I believe in the instantaneous nature and capacity of Ripple - not every cryptocurrency has to be an earth shattering anarchist's dream. Enough about me - if you have a hardware wallet that you want to support XRP, I'll happily support the cause and send the dev team an email. And if you're interested, you can vote here to make Ledger support happen -- XRP support for Ledger. Good luck in the cryptosphere!
  11. http://blog.rippex.net/br/2016/06/bitcoin-e-moedas-fiat-um-estudo-de-volatilidade-comparada/ https://www.academia.edu/26192798/BITCOIN_E_MOEDAS_FIAT_UM_ESTUDO_DE_VOLATILIDADE_COMPARADA
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