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Ripple’s Lie About Its Santander Partnership

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Nope It is in the first place for facts. Of course many here just come with only the positive facts, avoiding the negative. But negative facts are allowed. The only nobody wants here is FUD neith

Don't need to be touchy. Let's look at the facts: a. The domain name was registered a few weeks ago: Raw WHOIS Record (https://whois.icann.org/en/lookup?name=tr0lly.com) Domain Name: TR

Try Google with other keywords than “ scam” , “ lie” and “ disaster” for a change. 

15 minutes ago, Caracappa said:

When an article like this is written, it would be better FUD if the writer didn't show his hatred against Ripple that much. Every single sentence shows his biased view, which makes it less believable. 

But nice try anyway!

Yes I agree, he could have done a brilliant job by understating how Ripple are full of BS and let the cherry picked facts speak for themselves, very unprofessional.

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Why is the coin going to fail? It's tied to Bitcoin and several other projects. If anything whales will use it to manipulate markets so i don't see how your argument is valid. Just another FUDster trying to take advantage of the market state and cause psychological panic in people's investment. In-case you haven't noticed, the whole market is down so cool your jets.

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200+ institutions have an interest in supporting XRP to the extent they'll invest money. Oh no! That's suspicious. 

Wait, I mean, that's fantastic! 

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I had no idea about any potential nonsense with the tether token until @flanman brought it up and I still think that's a great input here but that article is bizarre. I hope fman is eating peaches and cream as an alternative. Either way, can you expand on what you're seeing?

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