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The Wait is Over, XRP is now LIVE on Coinome.


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2 hours ago, Mods_are_tyrants said:

Didn't know I was waiting lol. I don't think the lack of the market interest in crypto is due to lack of exchanges.

Most on here are concerned with XRP and adding another FIAT pair = increased liquidity which will be important when XRapid goes live.

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2 hours ago, nuknuk said:

Let’s be honest. If it isn’t Coinbase, nobody cares. 

With this attitude, shouldn't you be buying TRX or XVG? Any asset would kill for additional fiat listings. But hey, it isn't coinbase, so fcuk 'm right?

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6 hours ago, mm34505 said:

Deposits are now open, and XRP/INR trade will start at 1 PM, followed by XRP/BTC at 5 PM tomorrow (30th May)

 

 

1) Every little helps.

2) I would like to see what people think, when XRP/INR corridor becomes a major xRapid highway. India has thousands of citizens working abroad and sending home remittances.

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Being listed on Coinbase is becoming more and more a non-event. Maybe a shock to some Americans on this forum but the world is bigger than the US. Actually a lot bigger.

 

 

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29 minutes ago, Annevanzwol said:

Being listed on Coinbase is becoming more and more a non-event. Maybe a shock to some Americans on this forum but the world is bigger than the US. Actually a lot bigger.

 

 

Wow...rude much? As a *insert whatever insult you'd like to throw out* American, I don't always understand the hate we get. 

America is a big country. Huge. In fact, when my friends that I meet from other countries come to visit me, they are shocked. For example, my friend from Italy....wanted to know how long to bike from New York to Florida. The answer is...you would never do it. Most people would never even drive that. Another friend thought you could drive from my home to California in a few hours...nope. It's 36. With no stops. And I don't live on the other side of the country.

All of the above to say that America is a very large and vast country with each state having it's own unique characteristics. Inside each state the people are also very different. Yes we are all "Americans" but we are all also very different. I have very little in common with people on the coasts, and little in common with people down South, and even in the "Midwest, Midwest". While I'm in the Midwest, I'm not in the Heartland...I'm in my own little niche of America. 

Just as all Italians are not all alike, neither are all Americans. Although it can be said that as a population spreads out, the people become less like each other than as when closer together, such as in smaller countries. 

Back to Americans being shocked about their being more to life that Coinbase...until Uphold added support for XRP last week, Coinbase was the only real option. We don't have tons of exchanges over here with fiat pairings. Robin Hood is up and coming but not currently in many states. So CB was a pretty big deal. Now with Uphold it is not. 

 

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4 hours ago, Annevanzwol said:

Being listed on Coinbase is becoming more and more a non-event. Maybe a shock to some Americans on this forum but the world is bigger than the US. Actually a lot bigger.

 

 

 

3 hours ago, Loki said:

Wow...rude much? As a *insert whatever insult you'd like to throw out* American, I don't always understand the hate we get. 

America is a big country. Huge. In fact, when my friends that I meet from other countries come to visit me, they are shocked. For example, my friend from Italy....wanted to know how long to bike from New York to Florida. The answer is...you would never do it. Most people would never even drive that. Another friend thought you could drive from my home to California in a few hours...nope. It's 36. With no stops. And I don't live on the other side of the country.

All of the above to say that America is a very large and vast country with each state having it's own unique characteristics. Inside each state the people are also very different. Yes we are all "Americans" but we are all also very different. I have very little in common with people on the coasts, and little in common with people down South, and even in the "Midwest, Midwest". While I'm in the Midwest, I'm not in the Heartland...I'm in my own little niche of America. 

Just as all Italians are not all alike, neither are all Americans. Although it can be said that as a population spreads out, the people become less like each other than as when closer together, such as in smaller countries. 

Back to Americans being shocked about their being more to life that Coinbase...until Uphold added support for XRP last week, Coinbase was the only real option. We don't have tons of exchanges over here with fiat pairings. Robin Hood is up and coming but not currently in many states. So CB was a pretty big deal. Now with Uphold it is not. 

 

It's almost as if we have 25% of the world GDP. Oh wait. We do. 

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9 minutes ago, BiffTannen said:

 

It's almost as if we have 25% of the world GDP. Oh wait. We do. 

I just don't understand the hate. People accuse Americans of being ego-centric and yet those same people are the same ones who are quick to point and call us names. 

When I went on vacation to Europe last year my son said, "Mom, why is everyone so rude? No one says 'hi or 'good morning and instead of opening the door, they shut it in your face!" He hated that part of the vacation. 

We went to a hotspot for European vacationers, so there were people from all countries there on vacation. 

But just because most everyone we met was rude to our standards doesn't mean they are actually rude. 

Just different. Differences are good, if they can be tolerated. 

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3 hours ago, Loki said:

Wow...rude much? As a *insert whatever insult you'd like to throw out* American, I don't always understand the hate we get. 

 

 

Maybe because of way you bring democracy to iraq, lybia, afghanistan, and pathetic try to bring it in syria.. yeah, i wonder why people dislike americans.. 

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