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Why Brexit Could be Catalyst XRP Needs for Price to Skyrocket


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A "no deal" Brexit is possible but now looking less likely to happen on 1 November.  For those interested I have followed the eurosceptic writings of Dr Richard North for about 20 years and find his analysis intelligent, thoughtful and well researched.  http://eureferendum.com. Although Dr Norths blog is Eurosceptic it has become a Mecca for both Remain and Leavers to debate the issues and it receives about 70k visitors a day. 

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1 hour ago, Julian_Williams said:

A "no deal" Brexit is possible but now looking less likely to happen on 1 November.  For those interested I have followed the eurosceptic writings of Dr Richard North for about 20 years and find his analysis intelligent, thoughtful and well researched.  http://eureferendum.com. Although Dr Norths blog is Eurosceptic it has become a Mecca for both Remain and Leavers to debate the issues and it receives about 70k visitors a day. 

What rattles my Pumpkin is the knowledge that a UK Referendum is not Legally Binding, it is merely advisory to the Government. The result is not set in stone as the will of the people as successive British PM's have been hammering home for the past 3 Years. Neither has the Government revealed that the extensive Trade Talks & Conferences with India, Japan & Others to arrange future Trade/Tariffs etc are all dependent on a No Deal break from Europe.  Maybe the Trump has plans for the UK becoming the 51st State in his striving to create an American Empire & The Boris is buying into it as Britain's economy  is now dependent on Tourism, Banking & weapons of Mass Destruction. Thanks for raising the issue Supernelson, if the Brexit result helps towards XRP adoption bring it on !     :aggressive:

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A no-deal Brexit will definitely Impact XRP...

A fair deal Brexit will definitely impact XRP.

Death to Brexit will definitely impact XRP 

The US lawsuit will definitely impact XRP

The US SEC rulings will definitely impact XRP

Trump’s behaviors will definitely impact XRP

Mass adoption will definitely impact XRP

But hopefully RL approves a price increase for XRP.

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On 9/9/2019 at 5:01 PM, 3GO3D said:

What rattles my Pumpkin is the knowledge that a UK Referendum is not Legally Binding, it is merely advisory to the Government. The result is not set in stone as the will of the people as successive British PM's have been hammering home for the past 3 Years. Neither has the Government revealed that the extensive Trade Talks & Conferences with India, Japan & Others to arrange future Trade/Tariffs etc are all dependent on a No Deal break from Europe.  Maybe the Trump has plans for the UK becoming the 51st State in his striving to create an American Empire & The Boris is buying into it as Britain's economy  is now dependent on Tourism, Banking & weapons of Mass Destruction. Thanks for raising the issue Supernelson, if the Brexit result helps towards XRP adoption bring it on !     :aggressive:

Remember Trump was elected 5 months After the Brexit vote. But to keep things Crypto Although we are still early in this new asset class I can see people diversifying into crypto and other assets.

I think I read last time gold was in huge demand during the global banking crash people actually had paper gold, there wasn't actually enough gold available for any one to physically have the gold that they had purchased on exchanges. They were “owning” gold that hadn't been mined yet!

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