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15 minutes ago, Foolaman said:

Genuine question, are you the skinny guy with loud clothes on some pics?

No, he’s probably the guy with no life who heckles people to make himself feel better about himself. Probably doesn’t really know how to create anything and has been cut from every team he tried out for. But I don’t know, I’m just making assumptions equivalent to his own.

PS, I would imagine he’ll comment with some jargon which will only solidify my assumptions.

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2 hours ago, MaxEntropy said:

Great... another exchange on which to short XRP!

Short what? Didn't you complain about XRP most of last year and announce that you sold, and right before the run-up and new all time high? Lol

Guess you bought back in and rejoined the forum to make others do what you did. 

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2 minutes ago, Mr_Cambridge said:

Short what? Didn't you complain about XRP most of last year and announce that you sold, and right before the run-up and new all time high? Lol

Yeah it was the classic idiot move.  

So before him there was the unfortunate Vinnie who did the same thing out of no movement frustration just before the earlier spike.  

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@Raz and @Foolaman

Oh good, the muppets have come out to play!

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No, what I mean is that the number of exchanges is not meeting Ripple's goals. Not relevant. Their job is to focus on the financial sector (where the real money is) and hope they can reach critical mass before the distributed exchanges kill off the quaint concept of the centralized exchange.

In two (2) years their will not be any centralized exchanges... that matter. All trading will be done the Ethereum Network... with hooks into the none ECR-20 token systems... maybe using 0x Protocols.

Think!

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15 minutes ago, MaxEntropy said:

@Raz and @Foolaman

Oh good, the muppets have come out to play!

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No, what I mean is that the number of exchanges is not meeting Ripple's goals. Not relevant. Their job is to focus on the financial sector (where the real money is) and hope they can reach critical mass before the distributed exchanges kill off the quaint concept of the centralized exchange.

In two (2) years their will not be any centralized exchanges... that matter. All trading will be done the Ethereum Network... with hooks into the none ECR-20 token systems... maybe using 0x Protocols.

Think!

I'm only asking if that's you mate, in them pics? No agenda from me

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@Foolaman

Ripple will eventually hit 100$... could take five (5) years.

But your question indicates that you really do not understand what is going on. [No I am not being personally difficult with you.]

The problem is that most people... think... that the goal is to exit crypto ABC into fiat. But this is the misunderstanding... it is the fiat that is going away and the smart guys in crypto will never exit. This is the future. Sure, they may spend tokens on real world acquisitions... but fiat is dead.

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Now... relatedly, it should be stated that if the following countries do not tax crypto... then it is probably true that the laggards will catch up, so spending should be curtailed until local tax implications go away. Trust me, when the USD reset happens - Governments - will be begging HODLers to spend.

:-)

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Lol.....I’ll have two of whatever you took please..fiat is dead? Crypto is a form of fiat ( more or less, un backed by gov).  Governments are not going away....taxes happen...personally like roads,freshwater general order etc. If doomsday comes...I doubt xrp or crypto is saving anyone..lol.. it’s simply a financial tool. But I hope your right, hope it hits 100...but never know, could also hit 0, but that’s not where my bets are placed.

 

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11 hours ago, MaxEntropy said:

@Foolaman

Ripple will eventually hit 100$... could take five (5) years.

But your question indicates that you really do not understand what is going on. [No I am not being personally difficult with you.]

The problem is that most people... think... that the goal is to exit crypto ABC into fiat. But this is the misunderstanding... it is the fiat that is going away and the smart guys in crypto will never exit. This is the future. Sure, they may spend tokens on real world acquisitions... but fiat is dead.

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Now... relatedly, it should be stated that if the following countries do not tax crypto... then it is probably true that the laggards will catch up, so spending should be curtailed until local tax implications go away. Trust me, when the USD reset happens - Governments - will be begging HODLers to spend.

:-)

Wow, so your logic tells you that fiat is going away? Really? So let me ask you, do you really believe that their will be a one world currency? Should goods and services, regardless of a countries productivity, all be valued at the same rate? Or do you simply not understand that whether something is paper, digital or crypto it is all fiat and countries will never depart their own fiat? You have too many holes to plug in your aguements. Where do you even get this stuff? The .gov will never ask. If there is a usd reset, which I’m curious to know what that even means, the y will not allow competition or they will (like Germany did, EU, and the US after the civil war) issue a new currency, might be a crypto currency, but they will never beg. Please go read some Poli-sci, economics, and history before you comment further.

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