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XRP - Ripple (in the pond)

Discussion in 'Forex and Cryptocurrencies' started by notting, Dec 29, 2017.

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  1. moXJO

    moXJO menace to society

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    Once the steam ran out, everyone lost interest. Have to wait for the next big news hook.
    Guess I'll have to look out the window and daydream of my solid gold undies for now.
     
  2. Wysiwyg

    Wysiwyg Everyone wants money

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    I'm moving my order to 50c. :D
     
  3. satanoperca

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    My Crystal ball tells me :
    I will buy at 70c
    Adjusted buy to 60c
    Adjusted buy to 50c
    Adjusted buy to 40c
    Adjusted buy to 30c
    Adjusted buy to 20c
    Adjusted buy to 10c
    Adjusted buy to 0c - how can it be, as it is worth nothing
     
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  4. Wysiwyg

    Wysiwyg Everyone wants money

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    8 decimal places for this one so at 0.00000001 you won't lose too much. :rolleyes:
     
  5. So_Cynical

    So_Cynical The Contrarian Averager

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    I had a buy order at 82 i think ? maybe it was 89 ~ placed the order just as the price lifted after the last big run down in early Feb, 100% its been executed now.
     
  6. satanoperca

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    So_Cynical,

    Which do you believe gives better odds - RED or BLACK?

    Block chain technology might have merits, XRP does not, the company behind it and the tech platform they are selling to the fin industry does, so which one is RED and which one is BLACK
     
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    Who's buying at support at $0.74.

    Hear a distant whisper - catch a falling knife and be cut
     
  8. notting

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    Bitcoin is now trading at the price it now costs to mine one.
    So it's kind of do or die.
    The market either decides it's going to be useful or it's a worthless joke.
    It's notable that it has always rallied from it cost price, to date!
     
  9. satanoperca

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    Going cheap. Double down.
    Bargain to be had on all crypto.
    This is the best vehicle for investors who don't understand the true fundamentals of tech and the drivers it has on society.
    If you want to do you dough jump on board, the only way is down
     
  10. So_Cynical

    So_Cynical The Contrarian Averager

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    XRP Getting hammered now, BTC still above the last low...
     
  11. Wysiwyg

    Wysiwyg Everyone wants money

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    $0.62. Slightly more than half my initial interest buy at $1.19. :oops:
     
  12. tech/a

    tech/a No Ordinary Duck

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    Now your cookin!

    At 80C back in profit for at least the next 15 min!
     
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    In a major milestone, Ripple and Santander have officially launched “the first blockchain-based international money transfer service,” according to a Thursday press release from the Spanish banking group.
     
  14. satanoperca

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    Riddle the XRP wave, but XRP is not Ripple the company, just the vehicle in which the company has been able to capitalize it development of the technology.

    "Development of One Pay FX was a multi-year effort designed to reduce both cost and waiting time for international money transfers. While the platform is powered by Ripple’s blockchain technology, it does not require the use of XRP tokens."
     
  15. So_Cynical

    So_Cynical The Contrarian Averager

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    XRP ~ $1.10 ~ thats about break even for me...:)
     
  16. tech/a

    tech/a No Ordinary Duck

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    Did you pick up any at low support?
    Might have a look at trading this now
    Rather than holding in definitely

    But happy to hold in the near term
    Almost doubled since the last buy opportunity.
     
  17. moXJO

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    Good call before tech.
    I'm surprised its jumped so fast.

    I haven’t been keeping an eye on crypto lately.
    Now I have to remember all my passwords and platforms for all the $hitcoins I bought at lows.
     
  18. So_Cynical

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    Yep 63c same as you, brought my average down to about $1.05 or 10, haven't bothered to figure it out as i just have a little play money in it...certainly does move well, very tradable i would think, the moves are big enough anyway.
     
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    Anyone still holding or trading Ripple XRP.
    Tech/A always saw you are a trader, not a sit and hold sort of person.

    What is your strategy with this asset?
     
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    Might have been a good idea.
    Or did it become prudent action?
     
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