Kalarie Posted August 24, 2018 Share Posted August 24, 2018 22 hours ago, JojoBelt said: I did investigate all about Ripple. I believe that anyone with common sense would prefer Ripple has less XRP, those are not calculated in price od todays xrp. The number of xrp Ripple holds is soo big that they do not need to worry about the price. Even at this price they have quate big gold mine. Currently they are able to sell 1 billion xrp each month. And this is not incresing price of xrp. I am not speaking about other crypto since 99% of them have no real usage and time will show that. Forks do not make money out of nothing. Money comes from those whi buy fork crypto with fiat. Marketcsp means nothing. I am just realistic and there is also posible that xrp is worthless. There are many ways this can happen. Regulations, some better solution itc.. No one knows. I believe in XRP and hope that Ripple will be able to put xRapid in real usage. I still buy xrp every month and hold all of them, but I am prepared for worse case also. If you are not, then you should not be in crypto! And I dont spread FUD. I actually wish Ripple would just divest of all of their escrowed XRP and make it disappear forever. The escrow was a great confidence move for the market, but I don't know why Ripple even needs the XRP in escrow. If they need money to operate, they should do stock issues like normal companies. If they want to give the XRP to companies to get them to adopt the ledger, they should buy the XRP out of current circulating supply. That Escrowed XRP is just going to be a constant cloud of mistrust where new investors in XRP are always going to be wondering about it. Bonus, Ripple owning/controlling far less XRP would put the nail in the coffin on the XRP is a security claim. bluedalmatian 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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