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December 30, 2017, 07:32:04 PM
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Dogecoin Price Prediction 2018 - 2022
 
Dogecoin Will be $78125 worth coin by 2022, and after that time, the currency can become a joke because of inflation, as the mining has already dead and it will become profitable again when the coin rise

Dogecoin Price Prediction chart

(according to current analytics, the marketcap of dogecoin has increased 25 times comparing to last year December 20, 2016, the inflation was increased around 5 billion this year, if this continues then here is the price prediction of dogecoin)

2018 - 0.19 Cent
2019- around 5 dollar
2020- around 125 dollar
2021- around 3125 dollar
2022- around 78125 dollar
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2610568.0

If by 2022 the price of doge reaches $ 78,125, I will let the doge sit well in my wallet until 2022. well I hope it actually happens even though this sounds like a joke to me. waiting for 2022  Grin

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December 30, 2017, 07:45:50 PM
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ATTENTION ALL!
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thank you for the information you have provided I have bought some doge a few days ago. But it looks like I'm still going to buy some more dogies considering the doge has great potential in the future.

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December 31, 2017, 01:43:47 AM
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Why is this coin pumping up recently? I thought it was a joke coin with unlimited inflation.

Here I explain what unlimited inflation means in practice.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2306444.msg27070100#msg27070100

In short, to compare Dogecoin with a more valuable currency with limited inflation we must use the Megadoge (1 million doges) because its basic unit is very small.

Summarizing:

Value:
1 BTC = $14,650
1 MÐ = $8,500

Current supply:
BTC = 16,769,287
MÐ = 112,537

Rich address with 1-10:
BTC = 556,563
MÐ = 7,184

New supply for the next 5 years:
BTC = 3,000,000 (estimate)
MÐ = 25,000

Total supply the next 1000 years:
BTC = 21,000,000
MÐ = 5,000,000 (estimate)

Do you still think that unlimited inflation is a problem?


Great write-up! I compared emission stats across a few coins a bit over a year ago - and Doge is actually rather conservative with its emission.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1698862.msg17036346#msg17036346


It's amazing that people keep repeating the line about Doge inflation being negative without knowing what they are talking about.




Of course that inflation has negative impact. Doge 5% per year is 5 billions of DOGE every year. By today price it is 3000 BTC or 40 millions dollars.So you have to find new investors who will be willing to invest 3000 BTC yearly just not to allow new minted coins to push price down.Because DOGE was not developped by years,no marketing,no any practical use,it is very difficult task.

Also DOGE has problem it has mined far too quick.Massive supply makes tremendous pressure on price and 5% of inflation in these circumstances is too big.No serious investor will like that,so money goes to more developped coins with strong developping and marketing teams.These are reasons why DOGE is just quick pump/dump coin like many others.

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December 31, 2017, 03:45:59 AM
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Dogecoin Price Prediction 2018 - 2022
 
Dogecoin Will be $78125 worth coin by 2022, and after that time, the currency can become a joke because of inflation, as the mining has already dead and it will become profitable again when the coin rise

Dogecoin Price Prediction chart

(according to current analytics, the marketcap of dogecoin has increased 25 times comparing to last year December 20, 2016, the inflation was increased around 5 billion this year, if this continues then here is the price prediction of dogecoin)

2018 - 0.19 Cent
2019- around 5 dollar
2020- around 125 dollar
2021- around 3125 dollar
2022- around 78125 dollar
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2610568.0

If by 2022 the price of doge reaches $ 78,125, I will let the doge sit well in my wallet until 2022. well I hope it actually happens even though this sounds like a joke to me. waiting for 2022  Grin
I have already doge coin and I don't have any idea that it wil raise for the next year so I will wait for the doge to be raise before I exchange it.

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December 31, 2017, 06:51:23 AM
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NEWS FROM INDIA AND PAKISTAN!
Some traders buying Dogecoin low price AT  BITTREX AND POLONIEX EXCHANGES AND SELLING DOGECOIN TO INDIAN AND PAKISTAN CURRENCY WITH HIGH PRICE.
 Google trends shows a massive spike: https://trends.google.com/trends/explore?q=buy%20dogecoin and the last time this happened there was a huge spike in the price. However, this time is different... take a look at the countries, India and Pakistan... And there have been breakout searches like "how to buy dogecoin in India" and "inr to dogecoin"... My question is, what is going on over there? Dogecoin passed parity with the Rupee, and it's super easy and fast to use. Is it being used over there? Anyone know?
https://www.reddit.com/r/dogecoin/comments/7n6iwy/what_is_going_on_in_india_and_pakistan/
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December 31, 2017, 07:16:10 AM
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Haha, how can this dogecoin thing be so huge? I read an article which was supposed to be from the creator that he did it just for the laughs and as a joke. But still people made it a real deal? I don't get it, much confusion such awesome.

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December 31, 2017, 08:03:41 AM
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Why is this coin pumping up recently? I thought it was a joke coin with unlimited inflation.

Here I explain what unlimited inflation means in practice.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2306444.msg27070100#msg27070100

In short, to compare Dogecoin with a more valuable currency with limited inflation we must use the Megadoge (1 million doges) because its basic unit is very small.

Summarizing:

Value:
1 BTC = $14,650
1 MÐ = $8,500

Current supply:
BTC = 16,769,287
MÐ = 112,537

Rich address with 1-10:
BTC = 556,563
MÐ = 7,184

New supply for the next 5 years:
BTC = 3,000,000 (estimate)
MÐ = 25,000

Total supply the next 1000 years:
BTC = 21,000,000
MÐ = 5,000,000 (estimate)

Do you still think that unlimited inflation is a problem?


Great write-up! I compared emission stats across a few coins a bit over a year ago - and Doge is actually rather conservative with its emission.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1698862.msg17036346#msg17036346


It's amazing that people keep repeating the line about Doge inflation being negative without knowing what they are talking about.




Of course that inflation has negative impact. Doge 5% per year is 5 billions of DOGE every year. By today price it is 3000 BTC or 40 millions dollars.So you have to find new investors who will be willing to invest 3000 BTC yearly just not to allow new minted coins to push price down.Because DOGE was not developped by years,no marketing,no any practical use,it is very difficult task.

Also DOGE has problem it has mined far too quick.Massive supply makes tremendous pressure on price and 5% of inflation in these circumstances is too big.No serious investor will like that,so money goes to more developped coins with strong developping and marketing teams.These are reasons why DOGE is just quick pump/dump coin like many others.




40 million USD (yearly DOGE inflation) is less than today's daily volume. Meanwhile this year's growth in the market cap is 3600%, meaning that the increase in adoption of the currency and resulting demand from that is thousands of times greater than the daily supply increase was able to meet. How is having 5% emission in any way a negative compared to 0% during this time? Are people seriously arguing for wanting to make just a tiny bit more than the X36 increase in one year? I don't think so - it is just an imbecilic argument that anti-Doges use to attempt to destroy the coin. Now if we are talking about the years to come, the growth in new users may drop off after a while, but it's probably going to take at least a few years until it drops off to below the level of inflation, and even in that case, there is still a decrease in supply from lost coins (likely more than 2% a year) and a decrease in prices from economic growth (2%), while by that time the percent of emission would only be around 3%! The best coins have around 1-3% yearly inflation, and yet only in the Doge section there is a constant shrieking about "muh inflation".

As for the initial release of many coins quickly (100 billion in the first year), I totally agree with you, it was done way too fast and seemingly recklessly, with the only goal of pumping and dumping it all onto a passive market. But it's been 4 years since then and a lot of the DOGE has been bought up, so I don't see any issues with it in the context of today's Dogecoin. It's really quite ironic that when they were generating the "endless infinite supply Dogecoin", which is a metaphor for the initial low hash rate 1 million, 500K, etc, Doge blocks, there was nothing said about it except hype, and after everything was sold, all sorts of trolls come out of the woodwork to talk about the "Doge inflation problem". Anyway, it seems that most of these initial coins were circulated through the market, passing through many hands, and so it's not an issue any longer. Also, it is much better for a coin to be mined like this (with an excessive supply at the beginning) than to be created within a centralized system by the decision of some person or committee (e.g., Ripple), which is not open to the whole market. A lot of these "developed coins with ... strong marketing teams" that you are referring to are probably just Ethereum tokens that can be created at will in any amount without being openly/fairly mined by anyone in the world, and it can be argued that they are not even real cryptocurrencies. Doge on the other hand has stayed true to the spirit of Satoshi's Bitcoin and so it remains as an excellent choice for any crypto investor.

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December 31, 2017, 09:27:48 AM
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Why is this coin pumping up recently? I thought it was a joke coin with unlimited inflation.

Here I explain what unlimited inflation means in practice.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2306444.msg27070100#msg27070100

In short, to compare Dogecoin with a more valuable currency with limited inflation we must use the Megadoge (1 million doges) because its basic unit is very small.

Summarizing:

Value:
1 BTC = $14,650
1 MÐ = $8,500

Current supply:
BTC = 16,769,287
MÐ = 112,537

Rich address with 1-10:
BTC = 556,563
MÐ = 7,184

New supply for the next 5 years:
BTC = 3,000,000 (estimate)
MÐ = 25,000

Total supply the next 1000 years:
BTC = 21,000,000
MÐ = 5,000,000 (estimate)

Do you still think that unlimited inflation is a problem?


Great write-up! I compared emission stats across a few coins a bit over a year ago - and Doge is actually rather conservative with its emission.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1698862.msg17036346#msg17036346


It's amazing that people keep repeating the line about Doge inflation being negative without knowing what they are talking about.




Of course that inflation has negative impact. Doge 5% per year is 5 billions of DOGE every year. By today price it is 3000 BTC or 40 millions dollars.So you have to find new investors who will be willing to invest 3000 BTC yearly just not to allow new minted coins to push price down.Because DOGE was not developped by years,no marketing,no any practical use,it is very difficult task.

Also DOGE has problem it has mined far too quick.Massive supply makes tremendous pressure on price and 5% of inflation in these circumstances is too big.No serious investor will like that,so money goes to more developped coins with strong developping and marketing teams.These are reasons why DOGE is just quick pump/dump coin like many others.




40 million USD (yearly DOGE inflation) is less than today's daily volume. Meanwhile this year's growth in the market cap is 3600%, meaning that the increase in adoption of the currency and resulting demand from that is thousands of times greater than the daily supply increase was able to meet. How is having 5% emission in any way a negative compared to 0% during this time? Are people seriously arguing for wanting to make just a tiny bit more than the X36 increase in one year? I don't think so - it is just an imbecilic argument that anti-Doges use to attempt to destroy the coin. Now if we are talking about the years to come, the growth in new users may drop off after a while, but it's probably going to take at least a few years until it drops off to below the level of inflation, and even in that case, there is still a decrease in supply from lost coins (likely more than 2% a year) and a decrease in prices from economic growth (2%), while by that time the percent of emission would only be around 3%! The best coins have around 1-3% yearly inflation, and yet only in the Doge section there is a constant shrieking about "muh inflation".

As for the initial release of many coins quickly (100 billion in the first year), I totally agree with you, it was done way too fast and seemingly recklessly, with the only goal of pumping and dumping it all onto a passive market. But it's been 4 years since then and a lot of the DOGE has been bought up, so I don't see any issues with it in the context of today's Dogecoin. It's really quite ironic that when they were generating the "endless infinite supply Dogecoin", which is a metaphor for the initial low hash rate 1 million, 500K, etc, Doge blocks, there was nothing said about it except hype, and after everything was sold, all sorts of trolls come out of the woodwork to talk about the "Doge inflation problem". Anyway, it seems that most of these initial coins were circulated through the market, passing through many hands, and so it's not an issue any longer. Also, it is much better for a coin to be mined like this (with an excessive supply at the beginning) than to be created within a centralized system by the decision of some person or committee (e.g., Ripple), which is not open to the whole market. A lot of these "developed coins with ... strong marketing teams" that you are referring to are probably just Ethereum tokens that can be created at will in any amount without being openly/fairly mined by anyone in the world, and it can be argued that they are not even real cryptocurrencies. Doge on the other hand has stayed true to the spirit of Satoshi's Bitcoin and so it remains as an excellent choice for any crypto investor.


The complexity of production of coins strongly grew. https://dogechain.info/the Power of network grew in tens of times in a year.
https://bitinfocharts.com/ru/comparison/dogecoin-hashrate.html
Production is less than 5 percent on the protocol (about 4.5) now. This figure decreases every year. Therefore inflation very small will also be will decrease. More than 25 percent of coins are lost from turnover today.
In my opinion there are enough arguments for trolls.
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December 31, 2017, 09:39:43 AM
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Most Alt coins pair with Doge.
Most exchange sites listed Doge.
Most people can buy Doge with little $.
Fast send, low fee.
Enough for the world's citizens.
I hope in the future, I will pay 1Doge for 1 apple, 10 Doge for a cup of coffee. Grin
To the moon>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>sweet dream Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin

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December 31, 2017, 10:03:00 AM
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HAPPY NEW YEAR 2018!
DOGECOIN GOING BREAKOUT TOMORROW!
https://twitter.com/missbitcoin_mai/status/947128799916802048
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December 31, 2017, 10:05:04 AM
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Dogecoin Price Prediction 2018 - 2022
 
Dogecoin Will be $78125 worth coin by 2022, and after that time, the currency can become a joke because of inflation, as the mining has already dead and it will become profitable again when the coin rise

Dogecoin Price Prediction chart

(according to current analytics, the marketcap of dogecoin has increased 25 times comparing to last year December 20, 2016, the inflation was increased around 5 billion this year, if this continues then here is the price prediction of dogecoin)

2018 - 0.19 Cent
2019- around 5 dollar
2020- around 125 dollar
2021- around 3125 dollar
2022- around 78125 dollar
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2610568.0


are you sure? No one believe that the price will be increase until that in 2022
because dogecoin no limit total supply of coins. It is too hard to the moon.

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December 31, 2017, 10:39:56 AM
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I hope Doge can get some update so it is better.
now people see it is more than 2 years without any update

Dogecoin Core 1.10.0
released this on Nov 11, 2015

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December 31, 2017, 11:04:49 AM
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CHECK NEW UPDATED
https://www.reddit.com/r/dogecoin/comments/7mn2yj/114_just_hit_a_major_milestone/
https://www.reddit.com/r/dogecoindev/
1.14 just hit a major milestone Development (self.dogecoin)
submitted 2 days ago * by rnicoll Reference client dev - announcement
Well good grief that was harder than expected, but... 1.14 now fully syncs on both test and main networks. That's a massive milestone in releasing a new client, especially after so many changes in Bitcoin Core (I've spent most of my time basically trying to find where they've moved code to).
I'm not going to do an estimated release date, because good grief that has a history of going badly, but instead going to try showing you the next steps:
Address unit test failures in block encoding which have appeared when we add a chain ID. I suspect a bad interaction with SegWit code, but honestly I'm rolling 1d20 on the random fault table here, rather than I really know.
Get tests running on Travis, so that if we accidentally break something and miss it in local testing, it should catch it for us.
Test mining on the test network.
Fix the test network when 3 predictably goes wrong.
RPC tests to ensure it works well with services (mining pools, exchanges, etc.)
Backwards compatibility tests (ensure old wallets load reliably, etc.)
Alpha release
In parallel to this, branding work will start (currently it advertises as if it's Bitcoin Core still), to make the client look like the Dogecoin we all love.
If anyone has time to help, looking at the broken tests in the 1.14-dev branch would be greatly appreciated.
I've got thoughts on 1.15, I'll share them around the point we're doing mining tests, as they should be more fixed/less gooey by then.
Stay awesome shibes!
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Edit: P.S. I'm not at all on top of my messages on reddit, sorry. Maybe one day, or I'll hire someone to sort through them, meanwhile I'm not ignoring you personally, I'm ignoring almost everyone incidentally.
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December 31, 2017, 11:17:04 AM
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Bought some dogecoin a few days ago. Although don't really much about it.
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Thank you for the update. when it is released I think the price will grow faster
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December 31, 2017, 11:52:30 AM
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What about Korean, Japanese and Chinese versions of doge website? It seems to me, that DOGE is underrepresented in east Asia. I cant see many doge trading exchanges there either. This should be changed, for the upcoming year of dog Smiley
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December 31, 2017, 12:50:07 PM
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Why is this coin pumping up recently? I thought it was a joke coin with unlimited inflation.

Here I explain what unlimited inflation means in practice.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2306444.msg27070100#msg27070100

In short, to compare Dogecoin with a more valuable currency with limited inflation we must use the Megadoge (1 million doges) because its basic unit is very small.

Summarizing:

Value:
1 BTC = $14,650
1 MÐ = $8,500

Current supply:
BTC = 16,769,287
MÐ = 112,537

Rich address with 1-10:
BTC = 556,563
MÐ = 7,184

New supply for the next 5 years:
BTC = 3,000,000 (estimate)
MÐ = 25,000

Total supply the next 1000 years:
BTC = 21,000,000
MÐ = 5,000,000 (estimate)

Do you still think that unlimited inflation is a problem?


Great write-up! I compared emission stats across a few coins a bit over a year ago - and Doge is actually rather conservative with its emission.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1698862.msg17036346#msg17036346


It's amazing that people keep repeating the line about Doge inflation being negative without knowing what they are talking about.




Of course that inflation has negative impact. Doge 5% per year is 5 billions of DOGE every year. By today price it is 3000 BTC or 40 millions dollars.So you have to find new investors who will be willing to invest 3000 BTC yearly just not to allow new minted coins to push price down.Because DOGE was not developped by years,no marketing,no any practical use,it is very difficult task.

Also DOGE has problem it has mined far too quick.Massive supply makes tremendous pressure on price and 5% of inflation in these circumstances is too big.No serious investor will like that,so money goes to more developped coins with strong developping and marketing teams.These are reasons why DOGE is just quick pump/dump coin like many others.


Do not be surprised there will be a lot of such "analysts" - these are representatives of the world of the strong.
Now there are very important events in the world of crypto-currencies. This market includes large investors, they want to arrange a redistribution of the market. Having devalued the clean and transparent crypto money on their front scams.
People from the government, officials, bankers, oligarchs, their agents and representatives will find faults even in those crypto-currencies in which they simply do not exist.
They will write to you will indicate 4% of inflation trouble! And Ripple = RIP unlimited emission from one firm!
Ripple is one big drawback, but this will not prevent him from becoming the first crypto-currency in the world within a year. You will not hear any bad news about Ripple from officials, bankers, capitalists in the media!
It invested billions of money from thieves and corrupt officials from power. But remember Ripple = RIP.
They do not like crypto-currencies such as Dogecoin - after all, without developers and investments, it keeps at the level of the world's best crypto-currencies. This makes them very angry with it as a bone in their throats, billions are invested and they are waiting for the profit from these investments.
Their task is to devalue the market for independent crypts. Ripple RIP will collect the capitalization of decentralized crypts and burst like a bubble - this is an ordinary pyramid created by the authorities and banks.

  We need to rally and act as one line against this government takeover.
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December 31, 2017, 01:21:50 PM
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How can a 5% annual devaluation affect a product that is expected to revalue at least 100%?

Dogecoin has a potential market of 100 million users, especially young people in games, social networks, and tips to thank comments and content. That is, even if there was not a single investor, there are 1100 dogecoins for each user. If we take into account investors and people with large numbers, probably less than 50 dogecoins for each user.

With these simple estimates, it is easy to verify that each dogecoin can be worth more than 1 dollar, much more if a speculative spiral is created. With or without inflation.
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What about Korean, Japanese and Chinese versions of doge website? It seems to me, that DOGE is underrepresented in east Asia. I cant see many doge trading exchanges there either. This should be changed, for the upcoming year of dog Smiley

A broader exposure in the asian countries would be indeed a good idea to increase the distribution and price

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December 31, 2017, 03:44:14 PM
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unlimited inflation is nothing. In doge we trust. this is the cutest coin in the world. See doge icon. I dont know why people can sell it. HODL HODL

hold coz the dog is nice ? im reading this topic since months, and i clearly understand this is a meme coin, without futur supported by kids who like dogs.
But luckily for you, everything can happen in crypto world.
What's good about Ripple = RIP?

But in a year or earlier - it will be the first "crypto-currency" in terms of capitalization. And all because Ripple LABS is a company that is bought out by bankers and oligarchs. It pours in the money of companies, because companies are not private customers and they need guarantees. Each large company has a board of directors, investors, founders and they need guarantees, they must be insured against big risks. But they also need to make a profit and as much as possible and faster. Therefore, they invest in a totally controlled, centralized company Ripple Labs = RIP.
Decentralized crypt can in turn count on private customers and small companies, large capitalists will not invest in decentralized crypto-currencies, they are not under their control and the risk is very high, there are no guarantees, and they need to be accountable and accountable to investors and founders.
But for a normal private person and amateur crypts, the risk from a centralized system is many times higher, companies will withdraw their and depositors' money, but you are not likely to have time.
 It's also very easy to hack into a centralized system and again you will be left with nothing.
Also, no one is insured from private individuals from a huge and uncontrollable release (emis) of an unlimited amount of money in a centralized crypto currency, again you lose everything (inflation) or almost everything.

The government can easily destroy Ripple and other centralized currencies if they are interested in it and again you lose everything, and the state withdraws its funds and funds before the destruction.
States do not admit that they created Ripple, but when it collapses, the states will first introduce a ban on crypto currency. Due to the fact that private individuals will lose billions of dollars in total.
And this will be an artificial creation, and after the destruction of the centralized crypto-currency by the state, and all crypto-currency will fall under the ban.
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