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2 hours ago, plinh said:

There was another thread about a paper from a Stanford professor who is among Ripple Board of Directors.

If my memory is correct, the paper assumes a big IF that XRP will  be used for trillion dollar market and the value from the paper from her mathematical model is ~10$.

Edit : Can't recall where it is now

Edit 2 https://s3-us-west-1.amazonaws.com/fundamental-valuation-framework-for-cryptoassets/A+Fundamental+Valuation+Framework+for+Cryptoassets_June+2018.pdf

Sorry, it's from 6$ to 33$

Yeah I've seen that as well. I think those numbers are way more reasonable. At highest 100 or a few hundred$.

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4 hours ago, plinh said:

There was another thread about a paper from a Stanford professor who is among Ripple Board of Directors.

If my memory is correct, the paper assumes a big IF that XRP will  be used for trillion dollar market and the value from the paper from her mathematical model is ~10$.

Edit : Can't recall where it is now

Edit 2 https://s3-us-west-1.amazonaws.com/fundamental-valuation-framework-for-cryptoassets/A+Fundamental+Valuation+Framework+for+Cryptoassets_June+2018.pdf

Sorry, it's from 6$ to 33$

One of the greatest Hopium papers of all time.

Seems fancy and highly scientific but even as a Stanford professor is an assumption what could happen in 12 years (paper from June 2018), pure glass ball.

So much happens in 12 years, so you should always treat such papers with a little caution.

Of course all this can happen, but nobody knows. Not even Mrs. Athey

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