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Hundreds of XRP Holders Petition Trump to "Stop Ripple Dumping"


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7 hours ago, automatic said:

Are you tired of being underwater on your investment?  Do you have trouble sleeping at night knowing that others are getting rich while you remain stagnant?  Do you become irritable upon checking your cryptofolio?   Have you tried joining pump groups and publishing your bullish manifestos on Twitter to no avail?

If so, you are not alone.  Cryptoaltsomnia is a serious condition affecting millions of people.

But now, there is a cure.  It is called cutting your losses and investing your money elsewhere.  Our revolutionary patented one-step process is guaranteed to instantly and permanently cure your cryptoaltsomnia.   Call now to discover the revolutionary process that has changed the lives of millions of crypto alt investors!!

But , but , but what about the hodl 😂?

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Are you tired of being underwater on your investment?  Do you have trouble sleeping at night knowing that others are getting rich while you remain stagnant?  Do you become irritable upon checking your

662 idiots and counting..

Ripple's Market Makers strategy was badly managed...instead of creating higher floors they just suppressed the up price action and "hoped" we wouldn't drop below 0.28 USD... Very very bad strateg

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1 hour ago, FUD said:

But , but , but what about the hodl 😂?

Complications from "Cutting your losses and buying something else" are extremely rare (last recorded instance: Dec 2017) and include missing the next alt bull run, or buying at ATH and watching your holdings retract by 95%.    In some instances, not "cutting your losses and buying something else" is subject to the exact same complications, thus suggesting that said complications may be endemic to crypto investors in general.

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10 hours ago, Benchmark said:

If you have oil futures, then you are basically king of Saudi Arabia.

I'm glad you are with us, your excellency. 

https://www.thebalance.com/trading-crude-oil-futures-809351

We can discuss corn or soy futures if you prefer. In both cases, owning a commodity (or in the case of futures contracts, the right to own a commodity at a certain price) doesn't give one the legal or ethical right to demand that other holders destroy their own holdings to drive up the price. Let's say a farmers sells half his soybeans on futures contracts at $8. But six months later, it ended up being a bumper year and the price of beans falls to $6.50. The farmer may choose to sell those beans at that price, or he may hold them in hopes the price goes up, or he may sell some and hold some. What the farmer does will largely be dictated by what the farmer thinks is best. Perhaps the farmer believes the price of beans will go to $10, but he needs to buy a new tractor right now, or perhaps he has other expenses, or perhaps he simply wants to take his wife on a cruise to jamaica. In any case, the farmer cannot be faulted for selling his product and spending the money he earned. The utility of a dollar is subjective. 

Most absurd of all is the notion that the farmer should burn half of his soybeans to raise the price. This would not benefit the farmer at all and would only benefit those who made poor speculative decisions and purchased futures contracts at $8.

Buying XRP is little different than buying an asset or a futures contract for an asset. We are taking the risk that the farmer may sell more at lower prices than we anticipated. This is not the fault of the farmer but a fault of the speculator who misjudged the situation and now wants to blame the farmer for acting in his own interest. 

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15 hours ago, God said:

Cope.

Says the guy who is whining "poor me" because others have more $$ than him. If you could cope you'd be taking responsibility for your own investment decisions, and not blaming it on made up cabals or nefarious, greedy businessmen.  'How dare they buy a yacht with money they earned!' Guess what, you invent something people want to buy, you can be rich too. Until then, quit whining. And keep your worn out racial victimhood nonsense for your subreddit. 

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22 hours ago, codiusrex said:

That’s some of the most random racist BS I’ve seen on this board. You should really be proud of what’s stirring in that heart of yours. What a waste of a life. 

Ummm...so just to make sure I understand you correctly, you are fine with the phrase "the time of the goyim has come", but me calling it out as the racist, white supremacist trope that it is, is somehow racist itself? Lol. If there is any "waste of life" here it is the guy who feels Ripple owes him money, and uses a phrase implying that somehow a Jewish cabal is responsible for his failures in life. 

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the petition only shows that investors are concerned about the lack of marketing and progress. The company keeps saying that x amount of banks are using ripple etc. But where is the proof ?

I do love the technology and the idea behind it but I have to agree the marketing is not very transparent at all. I do understand there are NDAs in place but they must/can do better than this.

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Dear Brad,

                 I want to be rich off your efforts but I don't want to wait until your long term strategy comes to fruition so can you please do the most stupid thing I can think of and burn your war chest and all your other nice things so I can buy a lambo.

Yours sincerely

A Fukwit

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On 8/8/2019 at 5:00 PM, God said:

Serveral news outlets have already featured Bitlord and me for this noble cause. We are in this together people. United we stand and Ripple WILL listen to us, it is a fact.

Sign the petition. Make a change so we can pump again. We've been waiting long enough  🔥

https://www.change.org/p/ripple-stop-ripple-dumping?recruiter=989644844&recruited_by_id=4f5fe340-b758-11e9-b5f6-6119b5d9cb85&utm_source=share_petition&utm_medium=copylink&utm_campaign=share_for_starters_p1_view&utm_content=bandit-starter_cl_share_content_en-us%3Av4

 

God out.

Surely a programatic airdrop similar to Tron's monthly Drops of Bittorrent would be a more attractive proposition than to Burn ?  

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4 hours ago, 3GO3D said:

Surely a programatic airdrop similar to Tron's monthly Drops of Bittorrent would be a more attractive proposition than to Burn ?  

Excellent....after all, after three airdrops, My 93K free BitTorrent is already worth over $60. 

Beers all around.

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14 hours ago, elias said:

A "goy" referring to themselves as "goyim" is an attempt to reappropriate a racist term.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reappropriation

I know what goy means. I am one. I don't take offense to the use of the word. But the context in which the OP used it, was inherently racist. "The time of the goyim has come". Please tell me what you think he meant. It is quite obvious that he was implying an alt-right world view in which it is, and has been, somehow "the time of the jews" and that this is somehow related to him and other poor, mistreated "normies" getting "dumped on". This is typical of the alt-right's rewriting of history and warped victimization peddling. They prey upon poor, ignorant white people by telling them that their failures in life are not their own fault but instead are caused by someone else, usually jews. And for the record, please point me toward any other people trying to reappropriate the term "goy" who are not white nationalists. 

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