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Tushar has been all over Twitter as of late talking about shorting XRP, and was pretty disrespectful to David Schwartz last night.   Any thoughts in regards to some of his comments on XRP?

 

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11 hours ago, Waywardfolk said:

Tushar has been all over Twitter as of late talking about shorting XRP, and was pretty disrespectful to David Schwartz last night.   Any thoughts in regards to some of his comments on XRP?

 

So he made some money and borrowed some ( likely by the people who promised investing bit of capital if he spreads FUD about xrp) then he suddenly considers him smarter than SBI Ripple asia bankers who own few billion dollars worth of xrp, CEO of Cambridge who is responsible for sending 20 billion dollars transactions every year. ..?? He is clearly biased for Ethereum and against Ripple from the way he said things and probably scared that Codius is going create Mayhem for his investments.

We all know the potential of xrp, but when xrp goes moon, it will be moment of truth for fake intellectuals like him. Bcz thats when they realize that just because u have traded the market for some time and may have been lucky to make some money, doesnt mean u can criticise a real genius like Joel katz. There is a saying that “ if u spit in the sky, it will fall back into ur eye”

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Do not listen to CNBC crypto trader! Waste of your life for these ''blockchain'' pump'n dump scams.
If you want some actually useful people to listen to, but should ignore the part where they hate on xrp... 

Tone Vays for trading (hates xrp but correlations & strategy apply) 
Saifedean Ammous for economics (hates xrp but economics are the same with btc) 
Chris Derose (dislikes xrp, but has excellent commentary on what this ''blockchain'' space actually is) 

Listen & form your own opinion. 

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18 minutes ago, ADingoAteMyXRP said:

Liberal bicoastal elites at it again with their Zionist pedophilia conspiracies no doubt!

That's an easy one.  That's code for "crypto-socialists who disagree with me about stuff".

Though the way you've employed it adds another level of subtextual irony, as a defense...

"You really don't want to be associated with fringe elements who also think that way, right?"

There's a subtle, exclusionary threat, there;  a sort of "guilt-by-holding-of-similar-position".

All kinds of ways to stifle discourse;  all of which are subject to attack by critical thought.

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Damn volume is not working for me... but I watched for a few minutes and I think I got the gist of what is going on.... 

These two are debating which one of them is most masterofcock, right?

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1 hour ago, RDS said:

So he made some money and borrowed some ( likely by the people who promised investing bit of capital if he spreads FUD about xrp) then he suddenly considers him smarter tha SBI Ripple asia bankers who own few billion dollars worth lf xrp, CEO lf Cambridge who is responsible for sending 20 billion dollars transactions every year. ..?? He is clearly biased for Ethereum and against Ripple from the way he said things and probably scared that Codius is going create Mayhem for his investments.

We all know the potential of xrp, but when xrp goes moon, it will be moment of truth for fake intellectuals like him. Bcz thats when they realize that just because u have traded the market for some time and may have been lucky to make some money, doesnt mean u can criticise a real genius like Joel katz. There is a saying that “ if u spit in the sky, it will fall back into ur eye”

It would probably even be news to him that Ethereum was incubated at Ripple. 

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