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Probability SEC classifies XRP as a security

Probability SEC classifies XRP as a security?  

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  1. 1. Probability SEC classifies XRP as a security?

    • >=0% but <=10%
      133
    • >10% but <=20%
      38
    • >20% but <=30%
      26
    • >30% but <=40%
      19
    • >40% but <=50%
      17
    • >50% but <=60%
      16
    • >60% but <=70%
      6
    • >70% but <=80%
      11
    • >80% but <=90%
      2
    • >90% but <=100%
      13

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  • Poll closed on 08/01/2018 at 05:00 AM

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10 hours ago, Pablo said:

This poll is missing an “I don’t care” option. 

This short sentence highlights an important point - that all questions (polls) should probably include this option. It's like the Japanese word mu, which is always a possible answer to any question. My understanding is that answering mu to a question is like saying "the truth is bigger than the list of possible answers you have".

Philosophy over. When moon? :)

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2 minutes ago, n2it said:

"the truth is bigger than the list of possible answers you have"

Beautifully said. We should use that as the banner for the whole cryptosphere. :) 

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13 hours ago, Dinoizzy said:

Mmmm i didnt read so much in that Q2 report that Ripple were killing it. At all.

Lots of new partnerships for Xcurrent was what I was referring to. 

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XRP has been ruled a “currency” already by Fincen, the CFTC has said cryptos are traded like “commodities” and people are still worried XRP is going to be called a “security”?

It can’t be a currency/commodity and a security at once people. The uncertainty is man made, for what reason?  Nobody yet knows.

Edited by ImTheRippler

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1 hour ago, Dinoizzy said:

Seemed very wishy washy to me. No real news or conviction to any of it.

May just be NDAs. Considering that some governments and investors are outright hostile to crypto, I wouldnt be surprised if they have iron clad non-disclosures. Many also want to avoid the long island blockchain iced tea debacle, where stocks fluctuate at any mention of blockchain. It also doesn't help that seedy or lackluster companies were the first on the bandwagon and it is a bad association, for example Kodak. 

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Apologies for jumping on a random 'is XRP a security' thread, thought it would be better than starting a new one...

By the SEC deeming XRP a security XRP/Zerps would effectively become Ripple shares. What then happens to all the other independent ventures built around XRP, would they cease to exist? Is this the reason Stefan Thomas left to resurrect Codius?

Edited by kev4022

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