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I was participating undercover :).  The trolls became too overwhelming while XRP was in the dumps, I figure its safe to come out again.

These threads are being derailed by childish banter, could you please keep things on topic and move your chit chat elsewhere. The forum is becoming less interesting for many of us.

Happy Monthly candle close everyone!  XRPBTC closed above 2555 which was my bullish level. This is a great sign. I think it is now reasonable to expect the next monthly candle to be either a 50% i

4 minutes ago, NMNR said:

I know we do but it isn't a factor in a dump or anything lol

It could be a small factor. There are a lot of crypto holders in the UK 

 

More likely we saw a pre hearing pump, and a bit of correction after that and BTC having a red day 

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Man the amount of emotional responses recently  as "ohhhh I should have sold at x.xx" or "Woe is me it is all over" makes me really wonder have you people been holding XRP  for the past four years or what if you don't have the guts to wither the 40 to 50% ups and downs that are coming sell your stash now and don't look back no matter what

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1 hour ago, solid102 said:

Man the amount of emotional responses recently  as "ohhhh I should have sold at x.xx" or "Woe is me it is all over" makes me really wonder have you people been holding XRP  for the past four years or what if you don't have the guts to wither the 40 to 50% ups and downs that are coming sell your stash now and don't look back no matter what

Questioning is an absolutely normal process to figure out what to do next, the amount of comments of people trying to show their guts by pointing out people with questions makes me think: are their guts impacted by the number of people with questions? 🤣🤣🤣

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8 hours ago, billion said:

fellow aussie on the forum I see, and price should be okay provided it doesn't dip below $1.20 AUD I reckon

Hey billion! Great to see Australia represented here! 

$1.20AUD as the new floor - I'd be more than okay with that.

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Genuine question: to what extent has Ripple been surpassed/left behind in the payments space by Corda and others? I believe this chart has popped up in here before but could not find it. The way I understand is that those private chains, including ethereum, are conducting far more transactions than Ripple. Is this a case where a lot of the effort in piloting their services did not translate into deals/partnerships?

I don't necessarily see this as negative because it's been stated by R3, Swift, etc. that institutions are not yet comfortable using a cryptocurrency (XRP or any other) as a settlement mechanism for reasons like volatility, no clarity, etc. That light at the end of the tunnel we are starting to see is clarity, however, which is bullish. 

I have personally been so caught up in the SEC news that I have not paid much attention to Ripple's footprint in the space. So curious to hear what others think. 

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29 minutes ago, RipMcGillicuddy said:

Genuine question: to what extent has Ripple been surpassed/left behind in the payments space by Corda and others? I believe this chart has popped up in here before but could not find it. The way I understand is that those private chains, including ethereum, are conducting far more transactions than Ripple. Is this a case where a lot of the effort in piloting their services did not translate into deals/partnerships?

I don't necessarily see this as negative because it's been stated by R3, Swift, etc. that institutions are not yet comfortable using a cryptocurrency (XRP or any other) as a settlement mechanism for reasons like volatility, no clarity, etc. That light at the end of the tunnel we are starting to see is clarity, however, which is bullish. 

I have personally been so caught up in the SEC news that I have not paid much attention to Ripple's footprint in the space. So curious to hear what others think. 

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Not being rude at all, but would this not go better in it's own new thread? 

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2 hours ago, solid102 said:

Man the amount of emotional responses recently  as "ohhhh I should have sold at x.xx" or "Woe is me it is all over" makes me really wonder have you people been holding XRP  for the past four years or what if you don't have the guts to wither the 40 to 50% ups and downs that are coming sell your stash now and don't look back no matter what

 

As long there's no one holding a gun against your head and tell you to read al the comments, then you have no reason to complain.

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1 hour ago, RipMcGillicuddy said:

Genuine question: to what extent has Ripple been surpassed/left behind in the payments space by Corda and others? I believe this chart has popped up in here before but could not find it. The way I understand is that those private chains, including ethereum, are conducting far more transactions than Ripple. Is this a case where a lot of the effort in piloting their services did not translate into deals/partnerships?

I don't necessarily see this as negative because it's been stated by R3, Swift, etc. that institutions are not yet comfortable using a cryptocurrency (XRP or any other) as a settlement mechanism for reasons like volatility, no clarity, etc. That light at the end of the tunnel we are starting to see is clarity, however, which is bullish. 

I have personally been so caught up in the SEC news that I have not paid much attention to Ripple's footprint in the space. So curious to hear what others think. 

IMG_9012.jpg

Corda 

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.coindesk.com/r3-corda-now-has-a-bridge-to-public-blockchains-with-arrival-of-ethereum-based-xdc%3famp=1

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