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12 minutes ago, yasahebalzaman.313 said:

But it was 4.600$ 15 days ago so whoever invested lost his money.

I was fraction of a cent in 2010 if you would have invested $100 in 2010 you would have around $140 millions. 

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34 minutes ago, Ron_Burgundy said:

btc is going up. wow

Yea, I specifically wanted to target ripple because many European banking system are trying to implement it to transfer money at a lower cost. Might wait for bitcoin to ripple rates hit the positive while BTC is up before I make the switch.

 

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1 hour ago, Meesum_Mtl said:

Yea, I specifically wanted to target ripple because many European banking system are trying to implement it to transfer money at a lower cost. Might wait for bitcoin to ripple rates hit the positive while BTC is up before I make the switch.

 

XRP is for long time investment. Invest and forget about it for next 10 years. Don't make crazy investment just put like 2gs.  

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ETH is strong has a lot of potention but I would like to invest in ripple because its less than quarter and market cap is $7,057,337,474. 

So you could make a lot of money. Also, ripple have some big banks as a customer so it looks kinda strong. But in the end it all about luck i guess. 

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