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October 05, 2016, 09:45:00 PM
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i think currently XRP doesn't matter. These partnerships you guys see are between banks and the private company Ripple. So untill someone brings proofs this is related with the cryptocurrency XRP aswell, as in, ripple and these banks use the XRP, it's common sense to believe XRP is not used, and that it is just a relic reminder of what XRP / ripple used to be.

If there's some tradeable anything then people are gonna trade it.  It doesn't matter how worthless or useless it is.  That's the case with almost every single alt out there but that don't stop millions being thrown at them.

Xrp has enough tenuous links to real commerce to get pampers excited.

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October 05, 2016, 11:24:40 PM
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i think currently XRP doesn't matter. These partnerships you guys see are between banks and the private company Ripple. So untill someone brings proofs this is related with the cryptocurrency XRP aswell, as in, ripple and these banks use the XRP, it's common sense to believe XRP is not used, and that it is just a relic reminder of what XRP / ripple used to be.

If there's some tradeable anything then people are gonna trade it.  It doesn't matter how worthless or useless it is.  That's the case with almost every single alt out there but that don't stop millions being thrown at them.

Xrp has enough tenuous links to real commerce to get pampers excited.

Agree with the statement that anything is tradeable...what do you think the rise in the company Ripple will do to the coin if anything?

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October 06, 2016, 03:44:29 AM
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XRP the protocol is where the value is not the token.
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October 06, 2016, 04:41:39 PM
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Agree with the statement that anything is tradeable...what do you think the rise in the company Ripple will do to the coin if anything?
Most likely XRP, therefore the public currency / blockchain is not linked with the project Ripple company and the banks are working on. So i guess it's something private and has and will not have anything to do with XRP.
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