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    Ripple coin

    Does anyone have any info on ripple coins?
    I have 300 ripples.

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    Re: Ripple coin

    Quote Originally Posted by golddust View Post
    Does anyone have any info on ripple coins?
    I have 300 ripples.
    I think that was the coin I pointed out as the fool for all other crypto.

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    Re: Ripple coin

    Quote Originally Posted by Horn View Post
    I think that was the coin I pointed out as the fool for all other crypto.
    Why?

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    Re: Ripple coin

    Ripple is to be more accepted over bitcoin. Can do more than bitcoin.

    Ripple is designed to replace electronic wiring of money.
    Suppose to knock out the middle man financial services.

    I think I'll buy another 300 coins just because you called it a fool of all crypts.

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    Re: Ripple coin

    Quote Originally Posted by golddust View Post
    I think I'll buy another 300 coins just because you called it a fool of all crypts.
    The notion when Cryptos first started out is that they're "finite" which propels their attractiveness.

    Ripple (if I remember properly) is designed to and works alongside many or some select other cooked up Crypto(s), thus removing any finite aspect.

    Or a "fools crypto"

    Its wider acceptance than the Prima-Bitcoin should give you a clue about who is financing it, that is of course unless you are a clueless fool... which still remains uncertain.

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    Re: Ripple coin

    Quote Originally Posted by Horn View Post
    The notion when Cryptos first started out is that they're "finite" which propels their attractiveness.

    Ripple (if I remember properly) is designed to and works alongside many or some select other cooked up Crypto(s), thus removing any finite aspect.

    Or a "fools crypto"

    Its wider acceptance than the Prima-Bitcoin should give you a clue about who is financing it, that is of course unless you are a clueless fool... which still remains uncertain.
    Lol.....
    Think I'll buy 600 more coins after that terrific opinion.
    Bitcoin can't do what ripple was designed.
    And bitcoin is no longer crypto since selling transactions are now reported.
    Ripple was never crypto but a coin you can invest in without mining that would circumvent the banking route to exchange money.
    Bitcoin is less atttactive.

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    Re: Ripple coin

    Back in the '60s and '70s the thing to get into to throw away money was penny stocks. If you want to gamble on currency a Vegas style coin pusher machine can't be beat.

    https://youtu.be/9E1N37G9Zu0

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    Re: Ripple coin

    Quote Originally Posted by ziero0 View Post
    Back in the '60s and '70s the thing to get into to throw away money was penny stocks. If you want to gamble on currency a Vegas style coin pusher machine can't be beat.

    https://youtu.be/9E1N37G9Zu0
    How much did you lose back in those days?

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    Re: Ripple coin

    Quote Originally Posted by golddust View Post
    How much did you lose back in those days?
    Nothing. I always played with o..pi...um (OPM) ... Other Peoples Money ... just like you do today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ziero0 View Post
    Nothing. I always played with o..pi...um (OPM) ... Other Peoples Money ... just like you do today.
    Its always been someone else's money.
    Even before the frns, it was the federal government's money.
    They print it and stamp it with their seal.
    US gold and silver coined money is not yours.
    So how could you have eliminated debt with gold or silver if it's not your coins?

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