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All in! I ride this horse alone. My bets are placed. My pockets are empty. God bless. 

80% investment in xrp 20% gambling with altcoins

I am "ALL IN" but maybe not how you mean. As far as my super speculative risk funds..its all in Ripple..but that's it I'm am diversified across other assets like stocks and fiat currencies in lower ti

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57 minutes ago, xrp-pat said:

I've got an XRP stack at the moment with holdings in other coins as well. The stack in my other coins could increase my XRP stack by around 35%. I've been hodl'ing since Nov/Dec 2017 to give you an idea of the price I bought in at. The more I read and learn about XRP, the more I become convinced that this is the only coin that ha absolutely massive potential. I'm apprehensive of going all-in, just in case Ripple fail in their quest. Although this does seem less and less likely at this stage.

So, who is "all-in" and who is currently diversified?

100% XRP at the moment, so yes I'm all-in.  Honestly, I can't diversify based on pure price speculation like many people suggest to do.  I just can't do it.  There are only 2-3 digital tokens that have real world utility right now in this very second that I believe can change the world going forward.  XRP is one of them.  Gridcoin is another...though I won't buy tokens as I am already mining it via crunching scientific research data.


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23 minutes ago, RippleIsTheFuture said:

I'm skipping out the door all in. Once Ripple ends the dependency on the BTC Price, Ripple will take over Bitcoin.... I hope all you guys/gals take a snapshot of this message ;)

2018 - $10 Max

2019 - $75 Max

2020 - $220 Max

2025 - $3000 Max

I'd be very happy with $3000 per XRP, in 7 years time :)

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All in XRP & continue to purchase.

I’m seriously considering setting up an escrowed ladder type arrangement where 5% are Escrowed for 1 year, 5% 2 years, etc for 10 years. I keep access to 50% and  50% are locked.

Each year I can then convert the 5% released from escrow to fiat or roll over for another 10 years. I’m mid-40s and wife mid-30s with 3 kids under 8, so from a financial management standpoint this might be a prudent decision. But then again, that is a long timeline and always risk of something bad happening and XRP losing significant value at some stage. 

Any thoughts on that plan? (If you’ve read “Your Money or Your Life” you’ll recognize this approach but I believe they were laddering CDs when interest rates were very high.)

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