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Monero Headed to $18k, Ripple Price Primed for 97% Crash: Research

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But seriously. Here's my prediction. Privacy coins are an oxymoron. Why would you enter a digital environment that is completely riddled with invasion of privacy? Fine, take your chances and think you can hide your identity. True or not, privacy coins have a stigma of being used for illegal activities. This will attract greater attention and scrutiny from the authorities. The authorities may not be able to shut a network down but a vulnerability in all privacy coins will inevitably be found because that's how the authorities catch criminals on a digital environment. That will freak everyone out and users will abandon the coin. Any coin. There will be no loyalty to these projects from people who fear getting busted doing something illegal. 

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Their prediction is exactly opposite to mine. I don’t think privacy coin will be a good investment in the future. 

Regulation will ban them

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4 minutes ago, quan said:

Their prediction is exactly opposite to mine. I don’t think privacy coin will be a good investment in the future. 

Regulation will ban them

They can't really ban them and that's their, privacy advocates, best argument. But they can be hacked, or whatever you call it, by authorities and the value will tank. 

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1 hour ago, makemeraf said:

I didn't know this was a satire website. LOL
I now realize CCN is not really a reliable in terms of analysis. They should just publish news about crypto.

https://www.ccn.com/monero-headed-to-18k-ripple-price-primed-for-97-crash-research/

Whoever believes that have always option to short it..? After all lots of people try committing suicide in different ways.?

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19 hours ago, makemeraf said:

I didn't know this was a satire website. LOL
I now realize CCN is not really a reliable in terms of analysis. They should just publish news about crypto.

https://www.ccn.com/monero-headed-to-18k-ripple-price-primed-for-97-crash-research/

Few questions to ask this intelligent so  called analyst, “ who was a literature lecturer and now lives in rural north Carolina with his wife and kids”  ( as per info in article) that - 

(1) What kind of study he has done to be qualified more than guys in Moneygram, SBI, Arrington hedge fund, and Amex who are considering  into billions of dollars worth of xrp transactions..?

(2) if he is actually more qualified than them, why his article is appearing on CCN.com why he is not coming up on CNN Or reauters ,  so that we can see this intellectual..? and can take advantage of his wisdom..? 

(3) on the other side point above if he is not qualified more than those  then why doesnt he shut the stuff up..? Bcz showing off more than what one knows only makes him look fool.

(4) if he is that much confident on his predictions, does he have balls to short the XRP....? I really doubt that and infact would suggest against it, because we in XRP Community dont wish bad for even our competitors, and thats the difference between BTC maximalists and xrp community. for those in  BTC community , who don’t understand these ethics, this thing is called “ Class”  thats why our champions like @miguel@JoelKatz Brad, @Hodor @Chewiecoin@RegalChickenBelieve in explaining things and fighting fud, we dont go on other forums talking negatively about their coins, instead we focus on what we can do and thats why we got even swift worried about their status in next few years, nobody knows who is going to win, and  that answer lies in future only, but we are giving them hard time and even Swift cant deny that. 

 

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2 minutes ago, RDS said:

Few questions to ask this intelligent so  analyst, “ who was a literature lecturer and now lives in rural north Carolina with his wife and kids”  ( as per info in article) that - 

(1) What kind of study he has done to be qualified more than guys in Moneygram, SBI, Arrington hedge fund, and Amex who are considering  into billions of dollars worth of transactions..?

(2) if he is actually more qualified than them, why appraring on CCN.com why not coming up on CNN Or reauters ,  so that we can see this intellectual..? and can take advantage of his wisdom..?  Or does he actually exist.? 

(3) on the other side point above if he is not qualified more than those  then why doesnt he shut the stuff up..? Bcz showing off more than what one knows only makes him look fool.

(4) if he is that much confident on his predictions, does he have balls to short the XRP....? I really doubt that and infact would suggest against it, because we in XRP Community doesnt wish bad for even our competitors, and thats the difference between BTC maximalists and xrp community, for those in  BTC community , who don’t understand it this thing is called

“ Class”  thats why our champions like @miguel@JoelKatz Brad, @Hodor @Chewiecoin@RegalChickenBelieve in explaining things and fighting fud, we dont go on other forums talking negatively about their coins, instead we focus on what we can do and thats we got even swift worried about their status in next few years, nobody knows who is going to win, and  that answer lies in future only, but are giving them hard time and even Swift cant deny that. 

 

I agree. The author is a jack wagon. You'll never get back the time you just spent writing that. 

Don't worry. Be happy! 

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8 minutes ago, XRPBaseCurrency said:

Sherwin Dowlat, the moron who believes Xrp is going to be worth nothing is pictured bottom right on the Satis Group website. "Head of Research"? 

https://satisgroup.io/

https://research.bloomberg.com/pub/res/d37g1Q1hEhBkiRCu_ruMdMsbc0A

 

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 Our industry leading team of ICO and digital asset advisors has well over $100M+ in ICO experience.

 

What does that even mean? Invested in, traded, gained, lost, $100M+? 

I have over 1M+ in spaghetti experience. I'm a culinary genius! 

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Interesting: The head of Satis group was among quite a few top-level employees fired with cause from Argon group. Argon offers the same services as Satis, so Satis is now a rival. The New York Post says:

"The largest investment bank catering to the red-hot cryptocurrency sector was in total disarray on Friday after management fired nine employees — including the entire tech team, The Post has learned. The Argon Group had been battling internal turmoil recently as many of its investment bankers had grown disenchanted over the direction of the company, sources said. Argon’s upheaval couldn’t come as a worse time as investor money is gushing into cryptocurrencies in general — and initial coin offerings, or ICOs, in particular. Argon’s expertise is helping investors launch ICOs, which are specially targeted cryptocurrencies. ICO investments have soared to more than $3.6 billion this year, about four times the amount raised last year, according to coinschedule.com — and Argon was in the middle of many of those deals. The firings, which began around 4 a.m. on the day before Thanksgiving, amount to one-third Argon’s payroll, sources said, leaving the future of the Beverly Hills company very much up in the air. The axed executives plan to form their own competing firm, sources said. Argon, led by former Morgan Stanley banker Alexey Bulavin, confirmed the firings but denied there was a dispute over the direction of the company.

Among those axed is Emma Channing, Argon’s former general counsel.“Ms. Channing was fired for cause upon the discovery of evidence suggesting serious misconduct by her, including the potential misappropriation of Argon assets and intellectual property for her personal gain, and the dereliction of her fiduciary duties as the general counsel and an officer of the company,” Brian Ruby, a spokesman for the company, told The Post. “Five employees who were working with her were also fired, and the evidence suggests they also participated in the misconduct. Argon is currently exploring its legal options in response to this situation. Argon still maintains a strong team of talented and experienced individuals, with full coverage of all functional business areas, and will continue providing and servicing its clients with the best quality, full-scale advisory services.”

So, take what Satis says with a shaker full of salt because companies start rotting from the top down. 

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13 hours ago, LordVetinari said:

They can't really ban them and that's their, privacy advocates, best argument. But they can be hacked, or whatever you call it, by authorities and the value will tank. 

It's not even a matter of being hacked, government regulation on KYC and AML banning the trade of privacy coins will force exchanges to delist them or face being shut down.

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