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Ripple Release New Advice For XRP Investors


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According to Ripple:

“The importance of deploying blockchain for real use-cases requires a deeper knowledge of the history of the technology itself together with broader business and economic know how to get the job done.”

The latest books recommended by Ripple are as follows:

“The Truth Machine: The Blockchain and the Future of Everything by Paul Vigna and Michael J. Casey is a deep dive into blockchain technology. Vigna and Casey go all the way back to the Middle Ages, to provide context on why the technology has so much potential.”

“The Innovator’s Dilemma: The Revolutionary Book that Will Change the Way You Do Business by Clayton M. Christensen provides a thoughtful outline of why every company, even those that develop new technology must be aware of its applications and limitation, especially when it’s time to move on.”

“Matchmakers: The New Economics of Multisided Platforms by David S. Evans and Richard Schmalensee is at the top of reading lists for top business leaders and entrepreneurs. The two economists break down the mechanics of what powers the business of the biggest players in the digital economy.”

The included links will take you straight to Amazon, clearly Ripple’s venue of choice for purchasing books.

Wait, is this a sign that Amazon could soon accept XRP?

See more for yourself, here.

So, there we have it. Some stellar advice from Ripple (pardon the pun). It might be difficult to find the time to read in this fast paced world, but as an XRP investor, or a blockchain enthusiast, if you find this time, you’ll benefit from better investments in the future. The more you understand about this industry, the more you’ll succeed. 



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stupid article.

"Wait, is this a sign that Amazon could soon accept XRP?" Are you serious? So a link to Amazon means Ripple might have something in the works with them?
"Ripple’s venue of choice for purchasing books."
Amazon is EVERYONES venue of choice for purchasing EVERYTHING.
Wow. I literally lost brain cells reading this.

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3 minutes ago, Crypto31 said:

I mean, I hope I'm wrong, but this seems like a big reach. 

If Amazon wasn't the world's largest bookstore you might be on to something. 

Why provide a link? Cant you yourself find and buy a book where you want? 

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20 minutes ago, knoxy said:

Why provide a link? Cant you yourself find and buy a book where you want? 

Because they were trying to write a  helpful article and giving someone a link to what you are recommending is common courtesy on the Internet. 

The same way you linked us to this article instead of telling us to Google it.

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