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I doubt this means that you've got the golden ticket with Ripple and Coinbase is Willy Wonka. However, it is possible that it might get added in the future but if it is in the near future I'd say we're only looking at $2-$5 a zerp with zerps hitting lows of $1-$3. If XRP would have gotten added at the overinflated markets earlier this year it would have hit $10-$20 dollars. There are a couple articles already pointing this out from the official blog post by Coinbase today. Here is some hype and I see no other outlet flat out saying that XRP would definitely be added to CB but this one so don't buy the hype unless you are willing to gamble: https://www.ccn.com/newsflash-ripple-price-xrp-pumps-after-coinbase-hints-at-listing-more-coins/

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some people will understand

While Coinbase could have become the Nasdaq of cryptos...they played the "we are Gods" card and ask everyone to kneel (good thing Ripple/Brad didn't)...now all they have left is trying to become a Pinksheets trading exchanges and hope they don't loose too much to the XRapid alliance...

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So their updated policy still includes, as a requirement:

Decentralization

The network is public, decentralized, and enables trustless consensus.

We all know those are elastic concepts. You can interpret those requirements the way that suits you, depending on the team you're cheering for.

For now, let Conbase become another Polo filled with fuzzy coins.

As far as mainstream coins are concerned, the time that an exchange can demand big cash favors for a listing are probably over for good.

 

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Mightily sick of pumps everytime these turds open their lying mouths.

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4 hours ago, panmores said:

So their updated policy still includes, as a requirement:

Decentralization

The network is public, decentralized, and enables trustless consensus.

We all know those are elastic concepts. You can interpret those requirements the way that suits you, depending on the team you're cheering for.

For now, let Conbase become another Polo filled with fuzzy coins.

As far as mainstream coins are concerned, the time that an exchange can demand big cash favors for a listing are probably over for good.

 

How stupid is it that they chose not to list XRP last year. They have potentially foregone the biggest opportunity of their lifetime by doing so. And why? Because of self-serving interests of a few people who hold BTC/LTC/ETC. That's just stupidity at its worst. It was a terrible business decision which is coming back to haunt them now. Alternative exchanges are up and running, access to crypto market is easier than before. Simply put Coinbase has become irrelevant in this context.

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speaking of nasdaq

https://theicojournal.com/exclusive-nasdaq-and-ripple-executives-at-ripple-find-match-made-in-heaven-in-nasdaq-exchange-initiative/

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One source at Nasdaq had this to say:

“We aren’t interested in the noise. We are interested in scale. If we start this initiative with the top five or seven coins by market capitalization, why would we exclude $XRP? There is no good reason to exclude them, at least the way that we are evaluating our work. Look at it this way – there is just as much noise around Bitcoin Cash as there ever has or ever will be around Ripple’s cryptocurrency. And Bitcoin Cash is listed almost ubiquitously across all exchanges. So we see no reason to exclude $XRP. Instead, we’ve leaned in and embraced what they bring to the table. You really can’t argue that the firm has a top-notch executive team and is as buttoned up as you will find in crypto.”

A second source at Nasdaq further developed the market cap thesis:

“Market cap is just about everything here. Ripple and $XRP could be the second largest cryptocurrency at any moment. So the decision to include them in our initial offerings is an absolute no-brainer. Easy to do based on the firms’ management team and their continued execution within the banking sector. And we’ve largely eschewed the ‘security token’ debate. Market cap is what plays for us as we develop these solutions. Ripple checks that box and then some. Not to mention they’ve been extremely forthcoming from a due diligence standpoint and made several different members of their management team available to us at a moments notice. Adding that to the scale of their coin makes it an easy decision at launch.”

A conversation with a Ripple executive confirmed their Nasdaq discussions:

“Yes, we’ve been in discussions with Nasdaq around their exchange initiative and have been willing to answer any and all due diligence questions. We believe in what we are doing here, our products and services, and $XRP as well. Nasdaq will ultimately be the final arbiter of who gets listed next year, but we believe we will be firmly in that group. Without giving too much away, the excitement around here for where this is headed is pretty fun to watch. The Nasdaq exchange and custody product is going to be something special.”

mods if you think this is better as a new thread do feel free to split off

Edited by zerpdigger

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I had a strange feeling today. I was annoyed xrp rose in value. That has never happened before. I do not want greasy coinbase hands near xrp. 

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