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XRP/BTC: Huge Break!

BINANCE:XRPBTC   XRP / Bitcoin
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We have broken down a major support with XRP/ BTC on the Weekly: There is a big downside now towards grandpa Bitcoin . But it doesn't necessarily mean weakness in USD as we will see.

XRP was -and still is- the wrong horse to ride in this whole crypto summer.

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I think XRP will be the right horse to ride in the near future :)
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Edgy_ krembo
@krembo, That's your opinion. I also have my opinion. But the great thing about the free market is: It doesn't care about opinions. It has no emotions. It speaks a different language here, and it uses price as its language.
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krembo Edgy_
@Edgy_,
That's true. If you ask me XRP is currenctly undervalued, future will tell if i was right or wrong :)
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Edgy_ krembo
@krembo, I see, alright. So what leads you to think that the current market value is completely undervalued, and we should somehow reverse that trend towards Bitcoin to 180 degrees and shoot to the upside?
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krembo Edgy_
@Edgy_, XRP as a solution to many problems (some of them very big such as the world debt) meanwhile it's speculation but things go to the right way under the surface

(for anyone reading this do you own research as I did my research)
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Edgy_ krembo
@krembo, Ok. What do XRP tokens have to do with that solution? (solving the 'world debt' problem)
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krembo Edgy_
@Edgy_, "Wikipedia describes a reserve currency as “currency that is held in significant quantities by governments and institutions as part of their foreign exchange reserves. The reserve currency is commonly used in international transactions, international investments, and all aspects of the global economy. It is often considered a hard currency or safe-haven currency. People who live in a country that issues a reserve currency can purchase imports and borrow across borders more cheaply than people in other nations, because they do not need to exchange their currency to do so.”
XRP is perfectly positioned to serve as a world reserve currency. It can be held in significant quantities to provide liquidity for foreign exchange reserves, international transactions and investments, and all other uses throughout a global economy. In an earlier article (XRP was designed for $10,000), I quoted Ripple Labs’ co-founder Arthur Britto, who wrote, “XRP must be scalable to accommodate 7.5 billion people.” Does this mean that it was designed to be used by every human on the planet and to serve as a world reserve currency? Yes and yes."

"XRP will be a world reserve currency (and it will be used to pay off debt).
It will solve the debt crisis without devaluing fiat currencies. For example, the U.S. government (and other governments) could buy XRP at very low OTC rates, which wouldn’t drive prices up on the retail exchanges. Likewise, major financial institutions could also stock up on XRP at extremely attractive prices. When all systems, policies, and agreements are in place, they simply announce that XRP will serve as a reserve currency. This drives utility and demand, which rapidly increases the price of XRP. The governments could then settle their debts using XRP, which would not devalue their fiat, because they would not be printing any additional dollars or other fiat currencies.
This would explain why the U.S. administration, the IMF, and the World Bank have been so positive about Ripple Labs, xRapid, and XRP. It would also explain why the SEC and other federal agencies have not yet weighed in on XRP’s status as a security or other type of asset. It would also explain why the price of XRP has been very steady at a low price for more than 15 months, despite a constant stream of positive news about partnerships, production deals, and so forth."
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Edgy_ krembo
@krembo, Alright. So the whole world governments, the IMF, the U.S. administration, the World Bank are going to make XRP to the world currency, but somehow, it couldn't move it's ass up 30% compared to the major coins like BTC ETH LTC EOS asf.

Why are institutionals like Bakkt or Fidelity launching based on BTC, and not XRP if that's the case? Why is BTC price *quadrupling* instead of XRP's according to this theory?

Do you think it's possible, that the *XRP Army* is more intelligent & knowledgeable than all those institutional companies like Bakkt or Fidelity?
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krembo Edgy_
@Edgy_, BTC is slow, expensive, the BTC network pollutes as much as 10million population city (and thats for now lol). China controls the network. BTC IS shooting its own leg, BUILT TO FAIL (not that it was built to be successful)
I dont think that Satoshi Nakaomoto thought about btc being where it is now.
It is where it is just because the hype and manipulation thats all. there is a better coin and it is under the radar of so many people

for your question, if you didnt read this : "When all systems, policies, and agreements are in place, they simply announce that XRP will serve as a reserve currency."
now it is time for accumulation, building the network.

I dont think that the XRP Army is more intelligent and knowledgeable. I think the XRP Army is more open minded about real life usecases and the solution of modern problems.
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krembo krembo
@krembo, btc has expensive fees*
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