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Discussion in 'Anything Goes' started by edgarf76, Nov 28, 2017.
Yea man, you are right on that one, it would soar.
Keeping my fingers crossed Amazon sides with Ripple (and really why would they not?).
Some forecasts I've been following for end of 2018.
Bitcoin up to $40,000
Etherium up to $5,000 - $6,000
Ripple up to anywhere between $6 and $20
Litecoin? Not a clue, don't follow this one.
There's a handful of other interesting ones but haven't yet worked out which ones to take a punt on. All eggs are in the Ripple basket right now and I certainly wouldn't sell them in exchange for any of the others.
I hope so - I'm holding 10,000 of the little buggers right now!
Nice one KK. Very smart move
The color scheme of Ripple is the same as Paypal. Coincidence?
me too, sold 1/2 my bitcoin cash and bought ripple. up pretty good right now.
i cannot believe these numbers. I wish I got in at litecoin. I just read an article that crypto stocks are soaring. Craziness.
96% of economists says bitcoin is a bubble, its possible we'll be unable to even log in if the sell off comes.
Traditional economists maybe, but those in the know see a massive surge still to come before the bubble.
Don't forget that in many countries house prices are unaffordably high and interest rates are virtually zero (a lot lower than inflation) so those with savings are looking at alternatives to invest their cash.
Let's hope that won't be the case for us.
I started investing in various coins only last Monday - I put in 1.1Btc = about $18,500
8 days later (right now) my portfolio stands very nearly $6,000 up...
(Half of that due to my 33 Litecoins)
45% up in a week? What other investment can do that!
My only concern, is knowing when to cash-out...
I bought back in on litecoin and ether. Both are up since. Coinbase/GDAX will be adding some more cryptos in the near future. Once that trading starts could be some substantial gains.
If you are looking at crypto currencies as a long-term investment.. then it would be wise
to go with a crypto currency that would end up working well for banks and online retailers.
Bitcoin suffers from high fees, long processing times, and the inability for everyone to come
together and make good, sound decisions in the best interest of the crypto currency.
Something tells me that a crypto currency like Ripple that is run by a company, is able to process a high volume of
transactions and doesn't suffer from huge swings in price.. would be much more favorable to banks and big retailers.
I'm not sure which information to believe.
That's exactly why I bought ripple.
Long Term investment?
For those interested... I would take a look at Komodo (KMD).
Looks like a "strong" platform (not only a cryptocurrency).
Works on dPoS (Delayed Proof of Work) and it can be "staked" in your wallet to gain interests.
From my personal experience:
I'm following this "curious" crypto since the launch. I bought (a good amount, let's say 10K+) on "day one" (at $0.09). Now it lasts at $5 (around). Plus, I got some interests during the stake, around 500 KMD.
Just to say.
What exchange offers it?
96% of economists are "old turtles" that think that a blockchain is something like a chain of Christmas lights...
My business consultant went on "overclock" when I presented him my bank account movements with my sold Bitcoins
Bittrex, Binance, Cryptopia, CoinExchange for what I see.
Rumors for Poloniex soon. I don't know.
It was a good investment for me.
Thanks, I saw those listed on worldcoinindex but it's coin for coin? I wanted to buy with USD$ fiat. Is that possible?