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This is a clear case of “ contrarian view profiling”  imo.  1. Post an absolute nonsense FUD article without additional comments 2. Wait for the anti FUD reactions 3. Call them out fo

Thanks @Ripple-Stiltskin Agreed. And this is the third time within a week that this member starts a new thread mentioning content from the same source. Last Thursday: "Ripple’s “200+ Institu

Banks are XRP "bagholders", and they're tied into restrictive resale-agreements as well. They've purchased a quarter *billion*-worth so far among them - that we know about - directly from Ripple.  The

So to summarize the argument:

  • "Banks will never use Ripple’s tech at scale"
  • If they did, "all the banks taken together need only as many coins available as the biggest transfer order ever", instead of the "$5 trillion to be frozen today".

Anyone see the flaw in this logic?

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This is a clear case of “ contrarian view profiling”  imo.

 1. Post an absolute nonsense FUD article without additional comments

2. Wait for the anti FUD reactions

3. Call them out for disliking “ contrarian views” 

4. Play the victim of so called “ hypers” 

5. Denial

6. More FUD posts

 

Crypto is unpredictable but this poster isn’t, lol. 

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Banks are XRP "bagholders", and they're tied into restrictive resale-agreements as well. They've purchased a quarter *billion*-worth so far among them - that we know about - directly from Ripple.  They must believe XRP it has value, and will appreciate, or they wouldn't buy it, and especially not under such resale restrictions.

Now the question for the rest of the XRP "bagholders", do you follow investment advice from an obviously-biased, anonymous, self-described "troll" on the internet?  Or do you think for yourself, and possibly consider XRP's positives that hundreds of banks & FI's have also been "thinking" about, to the tune of millions of investment dollars each?

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3 minutes ago, Ripple-Stiltskin said:

This is a clear case of “ contrarian view profiling”  imo.

 1. Post an absolute nonsense FUD article without additional comments

2. Wait for the anti FUD reactions

3. Call them out for disliking “ contrarian views” 

4. Play the victim of so called “ hypers” 

5. Denial

6. More FUD posts

 

Crypto is unpredictable but this poster isn’t, lol. 

Thanks @Ripple-Stiltskin

Agreed. And this is the third time within a week that this member starts a new thread mentioning content from the same source.

Last Thursday: "Ripple’s “200+ Institutional Clients” Claim Is A Scam"

Last Friday: "Ripple’s Lie About Its Santander Partnership"

I have nothing against a healthy critical discussion, but this is just trolling and IMHO harms our forum.

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5 minutes ago, Rey said:

Thanks @Ripple-Stiltskin

Agreed. And this is the third time within a week that this member starts a new thread mentioning content from the same source.

Last Thursday: "Ripple’s “200+ Institutional Clients” Claim Is A Scam"

Last Friday: "Ripple’s Lie About Its Santander Partnership"

I have nothing against a healthy critical discussion, but this is just trolling and IMHO harms our forum.

While I agree with your sentiment I also find tRolly mctrollface's articles hilarious, but potential first time buyers may be put off by them and by posting them here they rise up the rankings on google searches so need to be curbed.

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21 minutes ago, Trickery said:

I also find tRolly mctrollface's articles hilarious

me too! :D

and he's clearly winding up the xrp hardcore to get hits to his blog and attention, which is working

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3 hours ago, LordVetinari said:

 

 

Just not accurate at all. 

Yeah, he's clearly full of **** here. He either hasn't heard of Ripple's non-xrp products (which I find hard to believe, considering he's been writing about the company for months) or he's lying.

1 hour ago, Professor Hantzen said:

Banks are XRP "bagholders", and they're tied into restrictive resale-agreements as well. They've purchased a quarter *billion*-worth so far among them - that we know about - directly from Ripple.  They must believe XRP it has value, and will appreciate, or they wouldn't buy it, and especially not under such resale restrictions.
 

An intelligent response, thank you.

 

And as always, happy to see a bunch of posts calling for me to be censored/banned. :spinlol:

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26 minutes ago, flanman said:

And as always, happy to see a bunch of posts calling for me to be censored/banned. :spinlol:

You did? Where? Quotes? 

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You obviously don’t like critical thinking on your posts and yourself, making up people asking to ban you and all. Wanna ban us??? Haha.
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7 hours ago, flanman said:

And as always, happy to see a bunch of posts calling for me to be censored/banned. :spinlol:

Has it occurred to you to wonder why so many find your actions aggravating and stupid?

If you are associated with that website or (heavens forbid) it’s creator, then your actions are for financial gain and understandable,  if not commendable.  

If, on the other hand, you are what you appear to be claiming, an investor sharing information,  then surely you must realise that information needs to have met a certain minimum standard before it should be shared.  

Otherwise you are simply muddying the waters with sh.t and nonsense.   Which is the case here.  

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