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On 12/16/2022 at 2:11 PM, XRPchef said:

New XRP Topic........... 10x posts from HAL1000 - click on topic............ 7 responses from HAL1000

 

This site is/has gone down the toilet. 

If Hal didnt post where would one get their news?

Damn site would be empty.

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6 hours ago, Fambam4093 said:

If Hal didnt post where would one get their news?

Damn site would be empty.

I have stated this before, but I will say it again, I day trade mostly XRP on leverage, which means I watch what is going on with XRP and the wider crypto market very carefully. I have no connection to Ripple, I have no connection to this site, I receive zero financial benefit for posting or being on this site, but I do like some of the regulars here @FOOD, @Benchmark and a whole bunch of others :)

My home setup for trading is nuts, 16 screens worth of info flows into my head all day, so it's easy for me to drag and drop news on to this site, that I find interesting. As I'm retired with nothing better to do, I see what's happening especially with the criminals over at the SEC and thought, just like John Deaton, if you don't fight them, then they will screw all of us, without so much as a single thought for retail investors.

If social media (sites like this count in that sphere as well), didn't point out Bill Hinman's BS and ETH gate, then the SEC and their friends would have let it slide and THEY would all be drinking champagne and patting themselves on the back once again, for yet another well pulled off con, at the general publics expense.

If the SEC get their way, then free trade in America will become anything but, they will have the power, to sue anybody or company, for buying or selling anything, just because they say its a security. This is the fight the SEC has to lose or WE ALL LOSE in the long run, nobody will be able to buy or sell anything with Americans or even develop code, for fear of the SEC suing them. John Deaton has seen it for what it is, a massive over reach and power grab, that must be challenged.

GG is trying to extend the power of the SEC, by exploiting a current legal grey area, before congress etc, potentially shuts his antics down, but if he can achieve legal precedent via the courts before then, then he will say look see the law is on his side, then use that to strangle crypto. That's why John Deaton's actions and the Ripple case is so, so important. THE SEC HAVE PROVEN TO BE UNLAWFUL, HYPOCRITES AND WILL ABUSE THE POWER THEY HAVE (BILL HINMAN, SBF / FTX).

FIGHT THE SEC OR RETAIL INVESTORS IN AMERICA, DIE A SLOW DEATH, BY THEIR ELITIST HAND.

DEFI, is the future, this is THEM trying to maintain relevance and control in a future that doesn't need THEM, that's the real truth about ALL this stuff, that's currently going on with the SEC. THEY have made insane profits by being in the middle of everything that happens in the financial world, but just imagine a future global economic system without the middlemen taking a cut or interfering with BS regulations, which software will eventually take care of and in a far better way!

End of story. 

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It's important to fight because this is the first time since the creation of the federal reserve that banking cartels are being challenged. Since the 1900's banks have consistently been bailed out with tax payer money. With the advent of lobbying and money equal to speech with unlimited funding with super pacs, the American people are fighting politicians on two fronts. The bailouts/rescue/free money to business that are "to big to fail" has know given government control of corporations. It has to be fought and it has to won otherwise the united states will merge banks and corporations under a single monopoly controlled by congress with the people footing the labor and the bills. We will as people have so much less leverage than the American oligarchy we will be the way of a dictatorship disguised as democracy.

Independent money of nation states deleverages banks and companies of international influence, while also giving an avenue of freedom to the people. So, will D.A. solve all of it. No, but it will give people leverage that they currently do not possess.

Empower Oversight has gained my respect. So has John Deaton and others. I believe it was an X-CIA agent that said in an interview that once you loose freedom back you never get it back without literal blood in the streets. So it is of great importance that the SEC be held accountable and those supporting the corruption loose influence over public policy.

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10 hours ago, HAL1000 said:

I have stated this before, but I will say it again, I day trade mostly XRP on leverage, which means I watch what is going on with XRP and the wider crypto market very carefully. I have no connection to Ripple, I have no connection to this site, I receive zero financial benefit for posting or being on this site, but I do like some of the regulars here @FOOD, @Benchmark and a whole bunch of others :)

My home setup for trading is nuts, 16 screens worth of info flows into my head all day, so it's easy for me to drag and drop news on to this site, that I find interesting. As I'm retired with nothing better to do, I see what's happening especially with the criminals over at the SEC and thought, just like John Deaton, if you don't fight them, then they will screw all of us, without so much as a single thought for retail investors.

If social media (sites like this count in that sphere as well), didn't point out Bill Hinman's BS and ETH gate, then the SEC and their friends would have let it slide and THEY would all be drinking champagne and patting themselves on the back once again, for yet another well pulled off con, at the general publics expense.

If the SEC get their way, then free trade in America will become anything but, they will have the power, to sue anybody or company, for buying or selling anything, just because they say its a security. This is the fight the SEC has to lose or WE ALL LOSE in the long run, nobody will be able to buy or sell anything with Americans or even develop code, for fear of the SEC suing them. John Deaton has seen it for what it is, a massive over reach and power grab, that must be challenged.

GG is trying to extend the power of the SEC, by exploiting a current legal grey area, before congress etc, potentially shuts his antics down, but if he can achieve legal precedent via the courts before then, then he will say look see the law is on his side, then use that to strangle crypto. That's why John Deaton's actions and the Ripple case is so, so important. THE SEC HAVE PROVEN TO BE UNLAWFUL, HYPOCRITES AND WILL ABUSE THE POWER THEY HAVE (BILL HINMAN, SBF / FTX).

FIGHT THE SEC OR RETAIL INVESTORS IN AMERICA, DIE A SLOW DEATH, BY THEIR ELITIST HAND.

DEFI, is the future, this is THEM trying to maintain relevance and control in a future that doesn't need THEM, that's the real truth about ALL this stuff, that's currently going on with the SEC. THEY have made insane profits by being in the middle of everything that happens in the financial world, but just imagine a future global economic system without the middlemen taking a cut or interfering with BS regulations, which software will eventually take care of and in a far better way!

End of story. 

All good brother...appreciate the news my friend. I can catch up, basically a one stop shop for top line news 🤙

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