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How much Xrp do you hold? Anonymous Poll


How much Xrp do you hold?  

419 members have voted

  1. 1. Anonymous poll to see what percentages of holders we have here in Xrpchat community.

    • Under 10,000
      101
    • 10,000-20,000
      77
    • 20,000-30,000
      55
    • 30,000-50,000
      51
    • 50,000-75,000
      28
    • 75,000-100,000
      19
    • 100,000-200,000
      31
    • 200,000-300,000
      19
    • 300,000-500,000
      8
    • 500,000-1,000,000
      9
    • 1M+
      23


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1 hour ago, DD_XRP said:

You might want to be careful.

If your stack is big enough, bad people could come after you. They won't try to figure out your secret keys, they might just ask you to write them down...

Edit/Deleted: Fine.  Apparently 1 user was uncomfortable with this, so removed - challenge revoked.

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You also can have a milion xrp, just press that option.   LUL

I understand the curiosity that might have created this and similar threads, but I won't be sad if it's the last. Does it matter if I as a mod could or couldn't see how anyone voted? At $0.33, th

1, depends when they invested. Buying 10k zerps at the all time high cost significantly more than buying 10k zerps now. 2, how many zerps someone owns has absolutely no bearing on how valid their

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6 minutes ago, BarryM17 said:

I dunno.  I know it's the Internet and all, and anything is possible.  I have an intel background, so I know things can be found out.  But the odds of a user on this forum finding out my name, where I work, getting into my secure facility???  I just think there's no chance.

Hell, I'll issue a challenge.  If anyone on this forum can tell me my full name and where I work, I will send them 100 XRP.  Let's put this theory to test.  Then, if anyone can guess those 2 things, yes you can break into my facility and hold me hostage and force me at gunpoint to open my safe and give you my secret keys.  I will of course fight back.  I also have a military background and there is no way in hell I'll ever just get down on my knees and let someone shoot me, without fighting back first.

Does your last name start with McL?

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44 minutes ago, DD_XRP said:

You might want to be careful.

If your stack is big enough, bad people could come after you. They won't try to figure out your secret keys, they might just ask you to write them down...

Thought experiment:

So lets say you own a significant amount of XRP and I want get rich quickly and decide to try to rob you. I now know you use nano s devices, I would only need your security keys (which I can use to restore your wallets on a device or software wallet). So only using this forum I already now a lot about you:

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This is starting information to do some more social engineering and I think criminals would blackmail you or rob you/your wife at home for the private keys (again that's the only thing they would need).

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4 minutes ago, ThomasTheTGV said:

Thought experiment:

So lets say you own a significant amount of XRP and I want get rich quickly and decide to try to rob you. I now know you use nano s devices, I would only need your security keys (which I can use to restore your wallets on a device or software wallet). So only using this forum I already now a lot about you:

  • You life in Madagascar
  • where born around 1932
  • are gay
  • earn at least 120000 euros
  • are active on xrpchat and pornhub
  • been in crypto around a year or so
  • you 'flaunt' with information about your crypto investments so this says something about you and your personality
  • you store your nano's at the bank
  • your codes are probably stored somewhere else (vault in bank or at home most likely)

This is starting information to do some more social engineering and I think criminals would blackmail you or rob you/your wife at home for the private keys (again that's the only thing they would need).

You are looking for the wrong member, no?

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1 minute ago, DD_XRP said:

You are looking for the wrong member, no?

No I was writing a reply to an earlier posted, not the BarryM17 challenge. BTW I'm also easily findable/Tracable, I have chosen to be more public since I'm not much of a trader and more of blockchain enthusiast and like to be able to communicate publicly under my real name if needed.

Please let me know if I should remove the information I posted about you!

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24 minutes ago, BarryM17 said:

I dunno.  I know it's the Internet and all, and anything is possible.  I have an intel background, so I know things can be found out.  But the odds of a user on this forum finding out my name, where I work, getting into my secure facility???  I just think there's no chance.

Hell, I'll issue a challenge.  If anyone on this forum can tell me my full name and where I work, I will send them 100 XRP.  Let's put this theory to test.  Then, if anyone can guess those 2 things, yes you can break into my facility and hold me hostage and force me at gunpoint to open my safe and give you my secret keys.  I will of course fight back.  I also have a military background and there is no way in hell I'll ever just get down on my knees and let someone shoot me, without fighting back first.

This is really uncomfortable. I get what ur saying mate, i do. But if you think those things are hard for someone to find out you are being incredidbly naive. I dont think this is a game anyone should be playing.

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1 minute ago, LuoJi said:

Everyone should know that any internet action is not completely anonymous. Your ip is in the XRPChat servers with the poll info for sure. Someone could hack the server and get your ip. With your ip he will know your internet provider and your location kilometer up or down. And the circle gets closer.

Along with the email you registered to set up an account on this site....

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I dont know if this could be really done but its small example: 

I go to the police in my country and report you for fraud, for example. I say that the user of the forum has cheated me a few thousand dollars. This way you could force the police to identify you. Obviously I would lose the judgment but I would have identified you.

 

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Just now, LuoJi said:

I dont know if this could be really done but its small example: 

I go to the police in my country and report you for fraud, for example. I say that the user of the forum has cheated me a few thousand dollars. This way you could force the police to identify you. Obviously I would lose the judgment but I would have identified you.

 

Good luck doing that..

i got ripped off on ebay years ago. Provided the cops myself woth the name and address of the guy. They did nothing..

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1 minute ago, LuoJi said:

I dont know if this could be really done but its small example: 

I go to the police in my country and report you for fraud, for example. I say that the user of the forum has cheated me a few thousand dollars. This way you could force the police to identify you. Obviously I would lose the judgment but I would have identified you.

 

I can tell you that would not be an easy way to do it. 

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