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51 minutes ago, xrp-nuke said:

 

The dump from 12th is a surprise surprise, nevertheless hard pump is followed by haard dump, and NOT only XRP dumped, each coin corrected. It probably XRP still highly manipulated and stuck in old fashion pump like in 2017 🤪

Anyway, 2 days of 30% gains and we are at 1.xx

No, it really wasn't a surprise, it was just retracing back to around 1700-2000 Satoshis in value, the same Bitcoin Ratio that it had before the Spark Airdrop pump. it would have grown the same % as most other alts if that airdrop didn't exist. I, and many other people, called it long before the 12th actually came because literally everyone knew it was going to happen.

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1 hour ago, Bill42069 said:

You’re so negative man. 
 

so it went up 20% when you were awake but I didn’t see you posts from you about that? Always negative all the time

Nope, realistic. It gets confused with negative quite often in this space where fanboys and dreamers thrive. 

So, lemme be clear: I'm happy with XRP's gaining value lately. Logical, being invested in it.
I'm however not of the opinion we're gonna race to 1$.
Probably not even to 80 cents.

Why? 2017 was FOMO and hype galore. Now everyone roughly knows what BTC and crypto is. The crazy hype days are over and XRP will gradually go up if indeed it turns out to have a viable use case as per what we think now. The silly 5$, 100$ and what not targets are just stupid.

 

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32 minutes ago, Archbob said:

No, it really wasn't a surprise, it was just retracing back to around 1700-2000 Satoshis in value, the same Bitcoin Ratio that it had before the Spark Airdrop pump. it would have grown the same % as most other alts if that airdrop didn't exist. I, and many other people, called it long before the 12th actually came because literally everyone knew it was going to happen.

Here is surprise for you, not all alts grow same way, but there is one fact they all follow at some key points with BTC, like parabolic rises. So, facts are:

- XRP pumped with rest of the market celebrating BTC ATH, it pumped in spike fashion rather than gradual around Nov 27.

- From December 1st XRP started fall like the rest of the market, some fall harder thann others.

- Difference is that market started recover Dec 11, XRP continued its way down, one can say the bigger and faster gain the longer correction. 

So you and your friends did nothing, just were calling actual market behaviour, got chance to have a bit of prolong correction this is it. No brainer. Typical days in crypto.

For many obvious reasons, if SPARK would matter for market, all eyes would be on XRP from 1st of Dec onwards, that time when you can forget about BTC and pump XRP just because you want FREE SPARK, that did not happen, it just went typical route of Pump BTC, wait, start pumping Alts, dump, repeat.

 

 

 

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14 minutes ago, xrp-nuke said:

Here is surprise for you, not all alts grow same way, but there is one fact they all follow at some key points with BTC, like parabolic rises. So, facts are:

- XRP pumped with rest of the market celebrating BTC ATH, it pumped in spike fashion rather than gradual around Nov 27.

 

 

 

 

No, because BTC didn't hit an all time high when XRP pumped. BTC only hit an all time high by pumping 4000-5000 points after XRP had already started retracing.

BTC hit its ATH only 2 days ago. XRP pumped weeks ago before the SPARK airdrop cutoff date. SPARK is just free coins, it doesn't matter to the rest of the market, but it incentivizes people to hold XRP until the 12th, which is why people sold their XRP on the 12th and over the next week or so and XRP went down without the rest of the market going down.

And not everyone in the market cares about XRP, but there are enough opportunists who want free Tokens to pump the price before a large well-publicized airdrop and then sell the coin because they have no use for it afterwards.

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9 minutes ago, Quadripple said:

Nope, realistic. It gets confused with negative quite often in this space where fanboys and dreamers thrive. 

So, lemme be clear: I'm happy with XRP's gaining value lately. Logical, being invested in it.
I'm however not of the opinion we're gonna race to 1$.
Probably not even to 80 cents.

Why? 2017 was FOMO and hype galore. Now everyone roughly knows what BTC and crypto is. The crazy hype days are over and XRP will gradually go up if indeed it turns out to have a viable use case as per what we think now. The silly 5$, 100$ and what not targets are just stupid.

 

Yes, in 2017 a lot of sold at 0.6-1.3 and bought back at 2.4-3.6. Because for years they were praying on 1 USD and got lost in what is reality and why it this silly reality not the one they thought of.

They all were realists whatever it means and wtv way they proclaimed themselves to be realists based on some subjective criteria.

But reality is, in 2017 XRP went from 0.006 to 3.67 just on lets say nothing.

So what it stops to go from 0.11 to 5 in 2021? With the "institutional" money that are coming since 2017 its not that hard to just pump on nothing. So that realists again could buy at 3.6

 

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Just now, Archbob said:

No, because BTC didn't hit an all time high when XRP pumped. BTC only hit an all time high by pumping 4000-5000 points after XRP had already started retracing.

BTC hit its ATH only 2 days ago. XRP pumped weeks ago before the SPARK airdrop cutoff date. SPARK is just free coins, it doesn't matter to the rest of the market, but it incentivizes people to hold XRP until the 12th, which is why people sold their XRP on the 12th and over the next week or so and XRP went down without the rest of the market going down.

Look if BTC hit ATH only 2 days ago than I rest my case, I am happy that you happy, enjoy 🤪

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26 minutes ago, Quadripple said:

Nope, realistic. It gets confused with negative quite often in this space where fanboys and dreamers thrive. 

So, lemme be clear: I'm happy with XRP's gaining value lately. Logical, being invested in it.
I'm however not of the opinion we're gonna race to 1$.
Probably not even to 80 cents.

Why? 2017 was FOMO and hype galore. Now everyone roughly knows what BTC and crypto is. The crazy hype days are over and XRP will gradually go up if indeed it turns out to have a viable use case as per what we think now. The silly 5$, 100$ and what not targets are just stupid.

 

.80......we just raced to .80 a few weeks ago before the retracement?

The fact that you put $5 and $100 next to each other and consider them both silly...come on man. $100 sure, I would agree that is stilly. Not sure if that’s attainable ever, maybe 5 years down the road if utility is implemented how we all hope it will but who knows. 

$5 is definitely within reach in my opinion if we are in the early stages of a 2021 bull run. previous ATH was reached without the institutional interest that we’re seeing today. 

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26 minutes ago, Quadripple said:

Now everyone roughly knows what BTC and crypto is.

 

Best i can tell, between 1/2 to 2/3 of "everyone" can't tell whether up is down or sideways, regardless of their particular tastes. Capital is flowing and more and more is nowhere near enough. I'll profit form the next XRP parabolic and i've no doubt there will be one. How soon? Dunno...shoulda bought pot stocks, and more bourbon ;)

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50 minutes ago, Quadripple said:

Nope, realistic. It gets confused with negative quite often in this space where fanboys and dreamers thrive. 

So, lemme be clear: I'm happy with XRP's gaining value lately. Logical, being invested in it.
I'm however not of the opinion we're gonna race to 1$.
Probably not even to 80 cents.

Why? 2017 was FOMO and hype galore. Now everyone roughly knows what BTC and crypto is. The crazy hype days are over and XRP will gradually go up if indeed it turns out to have a viable use case as per what we think now. The silly 5$, 100$ and what not targets are just stupid.

 

you overestimate people's intelligence, people never learn, they will always buy high sell low, driven by emotion, who you gonna sell your bags to at the peak of bull run?

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28 minutes ago, Bill42069 said:

.80......we just raced to .80 a few weeks ago before the retracement?

The fact that you put $5 and $100 next to each other and consider them both silly...come on man. $100 sure, I would agree that is stilly. Not sure if that’s attainable ever, maybe 5 years down the road if utility is implemented how we all hope it will but who knows. 

$5 is definitely within reach in my opinion if we are in the early stages of a 2021 bull run. previous ATH was reached without the institutional interest that we’re seeing today. 

FOMO and hype are always parts of market move, but if realists says its over, its not 2017 and LTC has solid use case, hands down.

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6 minutes ago, xrp-nuke said:

FOMO and hype are always parts of market move, but if realists says its over, its not 2017 and LTC has solid use case, hands down.

I really don't understand what you're on about. In any case the term realistic is clearly defined, as opposed to what you claim in your earlier post.

I wasn't expecting much consent with my opinion here, so it's fine by me y'all think I'm a negative Nancy and XRP will zoom to 1+$ shortly as in 2017 it went to 3$+ .  

Hopium is one hell of a drug it seems.

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