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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)