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Dont you guys think XRP was to much volatile for around 4 billion volume. Whats your opinion?


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When the price reaches even double digits, the corresponding need for less tokens to satisfy large orders will decrease the volatility significantly. Once xrp hits double or even triple digits, it's u

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Historical data for XRP- Here are  just a few lines of data from CMC-   The day XRP reached it's highest of course it had the largest Market Cap but the daily volume was much lower than toda

7 hours ago, Liagala said:

If this was caused by legit usage (which I believe it was), the volatility could have a lot to do with the fact that the required liquidity just isn't here yet.  A higher value for XRP is needed to smooth that stuff out.  Give it time, the value will increase to where it needs to be, and this volatility will be a lot better.

So needs to increase in price for usage, but needs usage to increase in price.

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I think we're close to the bull run ... XRP is finally decoupling from BTC, we have Swell and xRapid announcements on the way, and I honestly think bitcoin will plummet once regulators get their hands on tether (which accounts for half of bitcoin's volume), which many believe was printed out of thin air and was never formally audited. Once all this happens, XRP will finally break free from bitcoin's price, and speculation will turn into usage. 

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12 hours ago, RipplerTheClown said:

So needs to increase in price for usage, but needs usage to increase in price.

Pretty much.  Unlike the whole "I need a job to get experience, I need to get experience to get a job" problem however, this one can be solved relatively easily.  Small amounts of use will increase the price a little bit, which will allow a little more use, which will bring the price up a bit further, which will allow higher payments to flow through, which will bring the price up even more... etc.  It's a good spiral, instead of an impossible closed circle.

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21 hours ago, lucky said:

Why would that decrease volatility? I don't think volatility and settlement time are in any way related. The market is taking place on real-time trading platforms, each with their own internal SQL databases, not on-ledger.

I think what she/he might have been eluding to was transaction time in the actual value transfer. 

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