Crypto Breaks Through $800 Billion, Gains $200 Billion In Just Four Days Led By Bankster Coin Ripple

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60 thoughts on “Crypto Breaks Through $800 Billion, Gains $200 Billion In Just Four Days Led By Bankster Coin Ripple

    1. I think they said 60% of the coin is locked up? That’s a nightmare if anything happens to the owner. It’s also never going to reach the values of Dash, Ethereum, Monero (all one day could hit $10k) because of it’s insane volume.

    1. No it’s not. It’s a Bernanke coin. Did you hillbillies really think you were gonna defeat the jew? 95 % of the worlds population are brain dead goyim zombies. The jew banker owns everyone of them. They will lead them anywhere. Yeah you will get your 5 % if you’re lucky but the jew said that goys are animals and they are right. https://nyoobserver.files.wordpress.com/2017/10/gene-sperling-interviews-ben-bernanke-img_2440.jpg?quality=80&w=970

    1. Fellow KMD follower. What KMD is doing will set the standard going into late 2018. Which is mega mergers. Buy the coin while you can. It will probably Moon hard. Keep an eye on Jan 15th. It’s first merger.

  1. I love your vision and positivity, but the banking system isn’t going away anytime soon. It will fall to pieces one day, but it won’t be this year, next year, or the year after that. Holding a small amount of Ripple is not any more a bad idea as holding some US dollars. I really hope the Federal Reserve and all of its evil tentacles that extend around the World go away. But I personally just can’t see it happening for at least 10 to 15 years.

    1. Holding US dollars long-term is a terrible idea, it lost something close to 99% of its value in the past century, and with cryptocurrencies taking its ground may lose that much again in the next decade. If Ripple gets integrated with the existing govt-run financial system, is it also unlikely to preserve its max supply cap, making it steadily decline in value just like fiat.

    2. Peter Meissnitzer in order to keep the feds and the bankings going they need to keep printing out more money. the worthless paper they print is what makes the world go round. in order for them to still believe they are in control

    1. I will film it and it will go big in Hollywood! We can call it “IN search of a new orifice.” I will call Ron Jeremy and he can show up for a Cameo.
      Picture this: He pretends to be jealous (in that way only he knows how) while he watches…Sound like a good plot? I know some guys who are retiring right now and they need to ‘do a wash’ if ya know what I mean…Financing no problem

    2. Of course! I was just echoing what everyone else was trying to say. Just think how much ‘work’ can be saved! You can thank me later…Oh, hey! Do you know any good felchers? I’m running short – most of them farmed out to the TSA right now. I swear I should start a temp service…It would probably be just as profitable. Oh, well…

    1. Litecoin? that shtcoin contaminated with Segwit bullsh¡ẗ?
      Bitcoin Cash has an excellent flexible difficulty algorithm. What advantage Litecoin has? None.
      Dash could be an option… I just see it a bit centralized, but still a solid coin.

    1. HAHAHAHAHAHHA These Blockstream trolls are totally clueless! They try to bash Bitcoin Cash by calling it “Bcash”, when it’s the actual name of a large company and another cryptocurrency, totally unrelated!
      So pathetic attempt of shilling!

    1. Read here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=532.msg6306#msg6306

      Satoshi himself said:
      “The current system where every user is a network node is not the intended configuration for large scale. That would be like every Usenet user runs their own NNTP server. The design supports letting users just be users. The more burden it is to run a node, the fewer nodes there will be. Those few nodes will be big server farms. The rest will be client nodes that only do transactions and don’t generate.”

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