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12 minutes ago, JJJ2 said:

Indeed it can't move perpendicular to the screen surface

:D

Editing:

but since the thread is "Charting the course of XRP" I am drawing possible paths and trying to identify known patterns, as far as they can be useful (or useless).

A lot of words for "I'm pulling guesses out of my ...." but we all need a hobby. Even a blind chicken can find a grain.

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37 minutes ago, BillyOckham said:

XRP is doing exactly what BTC does.

The last few bars show a divergence which amplified.

I can't imagine why BTC wouldn't keep going which would turn into an opportunity to buy the delayed pop.

When I can't imagine something won't happen is often when it does happen...

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1 minute ago, 7Sol said:

The last few bars show a divergence which amplified.

I can't imagine why BTC wouldn't keep going which would turn into an opportunity to buy the delayed pop.

When I can't imagine something won't happen is often when it does happen...

Yes you are right there was a divergence there but I see just now that XRP is climbing and if I had to guess it is climbing back to resynch.  If I look back in eight hours or so,  I bet the two will be back in synch and also proportionaly moved the same amount.

But as you correctly point out...  it’s crypto so anytime you think you have a handle on it...    :) 

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6 hours ago, patriot420 said:

are you shorting it or something? wheres the evidence to back your claims?

The evidence will be 31st December, let's see then who was right.

And as I said earlier, I'm invested in XRP so no I'm not shorting it.

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2 hours ago, Hopium said:

Daily dose of hopium 

Yesterday when i was going out for lunch, i saw a yellow lambo fly past me

Lambo is extremely rare in my country, the car purchase tax in my country is terrible, most people only can afford local cheap brand cars

Is this a sign? Moon lambo? 

lambo's are rare in every country except in dubai and monaco, and in my country cars are even more expensive because

our robberment put almost 40% tax on every new car that is imported, and then there's the roadtax that needs to be payed every month

until the car is 40 years old, so you pay your car twice what it originaly did cost.

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40 minutes ago, retep said:

lambo's are rare in every country except in dubai and monaco, and in my country cars are even more expensive because

our robberment put almost 40% tax on every new car that is imported, and then there's the roadtax that needs to be payed every month

until the car is 40 years old, so you pay your car twice what it originaly did cost.

Only 40%? My country has exactly 100% on imported cars, ranked among the top countries in terms of how expensive imported cars can be

The likes of audi is considered a super luxury here, while other countries i visited such as China have these everywhere, even the taxi there is mandated to drive a camry, it's depressing my country people is not even comparable to taxi in China

I look forward to the day I stop driving my affordable junk and drive something presentable, like merz, lambo if xrp exceed expectation lol

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4 hours ago, Hopium said:

Daily dose of hopium 

Yesterday when i was going out for lunch, i saw a yellow lambo fly past me

Lambo is extremely rare in my country, the car purchase tax in my country is terrible, most people only can afford local cheap brand cars

Is this a sign? Moon lambo? 

"flying" lambos are extremely rare in my country too.  I have never seen or heard of one.  In which country did you see this machine?

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On 12/14/2020 at 9:59 PM, Julian_Williams said:

Thanks for that summary.  I am learning in increments

Is it fair to say XRPL+ Flare combination benefit from the cross border facilities of XRP markets + new gen benefits of EVM (?) + compatibility with old ETH code.  This sounds to me (a layperson)  like an attractive industry beating combination?  

I hear of all these ETH built smart contact applications, are they being used in industry by anyone or they pre production?

Flare gives XRP holders access to Ethereum like features. 

Cross border use is more of a real life end product utility based on XRP value transfer. We will get other useable products of out of Flare and they would look like current Ethereum Dapps. But run much faster and cheaper.

Near Protocol has a bridge to Ethereum and it can run Eth code as well.  But XRP has much more market Cap + solid partners around the world compared to these newer, nimbler protocols.

The compatibility with ETH code makes it possible for all the existing ETH apps to run on Flare.

This will potentially entice existing Eth titans like Uniswap, etc to come into Flare. 

Defi is the hottest thing to come out of blockchain space this year and Flare is giving XRP holders to participate and potentially Innovate in the space.

 

 

 

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