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The Global Financial System Prefers Ripple And Fights Messy Bitcoin

One of the most important features of the Ripple is not only its speed which reaches 1500 transactions per second which is faster than Bitcoin and other digital currencies, as well as the traditional financial system and standard bank transfers, which takes up to 5 days, but also it provides security and provides organizations with the information of the sender and the addressee, and enable the process of monitoring which means ensuring the continuation of the law and combating illegal acts and behavior.

Ripple doesn't come to destroy and rebuild the global financial system from scratch, but it comes to develop it and make sending money and receiving payments easy.

https://www.ripplecoinnews.com/the-global-financial-system-prefers-ripple-and-fights-messy-bitcoin

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1 hour ago, GiddyUp said:

..."Ripple does come to destroy and rebuild the global financial system from scratch, but it comes to develop it and make sending money and receiving payments easy."

Hi, don't you mean it doesn't come to destroy?

Yes, sorry for this mistake

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22 minutes ago, Niall said:

Yet another pathetic post by @ahmadderar, littered with spelling mistakes, poor grammar and misinformation. Do you not proof read, or get an English speaker to proof read this dribble before you post it? You should consider posting in your native language whatever that is.

 I think he is doing a good job. The articles are improving a lot.. he is ofc not English native speaker (like me) but he is trying anyway to contribute to the community.. and this is not pathetic at all ! 

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I can sympathize with the 2nd language struggles.  I am a native English speaker living in Switzerland and still

can't make much sense of the organized grunting and barking called German :-)

Still, the way he is writing is distracting - have a 2nd set of eyes read it over.  

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1 hour ago, Niall said:

Yet another pathetic post by @ahmadderar, littered with spelling mistakes, poor grammar and misinformation. Do you not proof read, or get an English speaker to proof read this dribble before you post it? You should consider posting in your native language whatever that is.

I am not a native English speaker, but I believe that the word you are looking for is "drivel", not "dribble".

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4 hours ago, Niall said:

Yet another pathetic post by @ahmadderar, littered with spelling mistakes, poor grammar and misinformation. Do you not proof read, or get an English speaker to proof read this dribble before you post it? You should consider posting in your native language whatever that is.

You shouldn't throw glasses if you're living in a stone house :lol:

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@Niall If this community is to remain productive when  it comes to informing everyone here about anything Ripple or XRP related we should try to be a little bit more considerate with the comments we make towards members of our community who are trying to contribute. We don't want to lose our community or discourage people from trying to inform us of their opinions just because we feel like something should be written a certain way. In short, let's be nice. Who knows, we may have already scared off the next @Hodor

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11 minutes ago, HelpfullMoon said:

@Niall If this community is to remain productive when  it comes to informing everyone here about anything Ripple or XRP related we should try to be a little bit more considerate with the comments we make towards members of our community who are trying to contribute. We don't want to lose our community or discourage people from trying to inform us of their opinions just because we feel like something should be written a certain way. In short, let's be nice. Who knows, we may have already scared off the next @Hodor

Thank you so much for your words .. don't care to @Niall let him say what he want ... I am help more than 2000 person to invest in Ripple XRP ... and I think this article not have grammar error because I sent it to my writer to check it ...

I am doing my best to promote XRP and I am share real ideas ..

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9 minutes ago, HelpfullMoon said:

@ahmadderarkeep it up and don't give up buddy. We're on the same team. In the end if were all patient enough your efforts along with the efforts of everyone else in this community will have paid off. We read your articles and appreciate them. 

I don't care for @Niall hahah .. but he give me more power to provide more high quality articles and promote my business and as you see my website number #1 on google for ripple news with high competitive websites like (coindesk, cointelegraph) "we have very good user experience in our website and Google prefer us" and I will keep writing ...

Thank you again for your great words

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On 29 October 2017 at 6:19 PM, ahmadderar said:

Thank you so much for your words .. don't care to @Niall let him say what he want ... I am help more than 2000 person to invest in Ripple XRP ... and I think this article not have grammar error because I sent it to my writer to check it ...

I am doing my best to promote XRP and I am share real ideas ..

You should probably get rid of your current "writer" in that case, as they are obviously not very good at their job. Why not write in your native language instead? Any native English speaker who comes across your article will probably only be taken in by the poor writing style and grammar, and not by the content. In my opinion, your articles make xrp look like some sort of a scam given your amateurish, self styled authority on xrp news.

I think it will only really serve more damage than good, particularly as you appear high up on google. Do you really think big investors or institutional investors will take xrp seriously when one of the first articles they might read is written in pidgin English? 

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