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Ripple On Forbes List For The 2nd Time This Week & XRP Is Being Called “Digital Gold”

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7 Comments

  1. XRP will be allocated or sold to all the central banks at very low cost. Each respective country's debt will be digitized/monetized/tokenized, and their currency digitized and paired to XRP. When all policies and regulations are in place, they will officially announce XRP as the global reserve currency, which will quickly drive XRP value upwards. Target values will be met by demand for XRP, then each country will pay off or significantly pay down their national debt by using their XRP. BOOM BABY!!!
    ONE COIN TO RULE THEM ALL!!!!!

  2. I "predict": IPO from Ripple will shoot Ripple's share to the moon, pushed by the financial whales. many XRP hodlers sell their XRP, to get already expensive Ripple shares. Weak hands shake out, then Whales buy the XRP dip. 1-2 years later, XRP shoots to the Pluto.

  3. This is such bs! Knowing that Forbes represents anything as long as you pay them! Check how they even represent Evan Luthra a scammer on Forbes and his a real scammer! Don’t listen to this bs! Follow ballerbusters on iG and see for yourselves how Forbes represents scammers as long as they pay.

  4. Xrp pumpers are literally the 1800’s era snake oil salesmen of today. Or the Jordan Belforts,,, “listen you fn dopes,,, a mere 200 dollar investment can net you 2 million” sound legit??? Well it isn’t and that’s why it’s .28 cents.
    You’re better off buying 200 dollars worth of scratch off tickets

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