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The reference is a bit silly but it got me thinking if XRP will actually ever be the number one crypto. How can it beat Bitcoin or Ethereum if the price stays at fkin $0.032... sorry for the swear but I think even Litecoin may overtake us if things don't change. Thoughts?

The reference is a bit silly but it got me thinking if XRP will actually ever be the number one crypto. How can it beat Bitcoin or Ethereum if the price stays at fkin $0.032... sorry for the swear but I think even Litecoin may overtake us if things don't change. Thoughts? submitted by supernelson to RippleTalk [link] [comments]

The reference is a bit silly but it got me thinking if XRP will actually ever be the number one crypto. How can it beat Bitcoin or Ethereum if the price stays at fkin $0.032... sorry for the swear but I think even Litecoin may overtake us if things don't change. Thoughts?

The reference is a bit silly but it got me thinking if XRP will actually ever be the number one crypto. How can it beat Bitcoin or Ethereum if the price stays at fkin $0.032... sorry for the swear but I think even Litecoin may overtake us if things don't change. Thoughts? submitted by supernelson to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

The reference is a bit silly but it got me thinking if XRP will actually ever be the number one crypto. How can it beat Bitcoin or Ethereum if the price stays at fkin $0.032... sorry for the swear but I think even Litecoin may overtake us if things don't change. Thoughts?

The reference is a bit silly but it got me thinking if XRP will actually ever be the number one crypto. How can it beat Bitcoin or Ethereum if the price stays at fkin $0.032... sorry for the swear but I think even Litecoin may overtake us if things don't change. Thoughts? submitted by supernelson to Ripplexrp [link] [comments]

The reference is a bit silly but it got me thinking if XRP will actually ever be the number one crypto. How can it beat Bitcoin or Ethereum if the price stays at fkin $0.032... sorry for the swear but I think even Litecoin may overtake us if things don't change. Thoughts?

The reference is a bit silly but it got me thinking if XRP will actually ever be the number one crypto. How can it beat Bitcoin or Ethereum if the price stays at fkin $0.032... sorry for the swear but I think even Litecoin may overtake us if things don't change. Thoughts? submitted by supernelson to XRP_Chat [link] [comments]

The reference is a bit silly but it got me thinking if XRP will actually ever be the number one crypto. How can it beat Bitcoin or Ethereum if the price stays at fkin $0.032... sorry for the swear but I think even Litecoin may overtake us if things don't change. Thoughts?

The reference is a bit silly but it got me thinking if XRP will actually ever be the number one crypto. How can it beat Bitcoin or Ethereum if the price stays at fkin $0.032... sorry for the swear but I think even Litecoin may overtake us if things don't change. Thoughts? submitted by supernelson to xrptrading [link] [comments]

The reference is a bit silly but it got me thinking if XRP will actually ever be the number one crypto. How can it beat Bitcoin or Ethereum if the price stays at fkin $0.032... sorry for the swear but I think even Litecoin may overtake us if things don't change. Thoughts?

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The reference is a bit silly but it got me thinking if XRP will actually ever be the number one crypto. How can it beat Bitcoin or Ethereum if the price stays at fkin $0.032... sorry for the swear but I think even Litecoin may overtake us if things don't change. Thoughts?

The reference is a bit silly but it got me thinking if XRP will actually ever be the number one crypto. How can it beat Bitcoin or Ethereum if the price stays at fkin $0.032... sorry for the swear but I think even Litecoin may overtake us if things don't change. Thoughts? submitted by supernelson to xrptrading [link] [comments]

The reference is a bit silly but it got me thinking if XRP will actually ever be the number one crypto. How can it beat Bitcoin or Ethereum if the price stays at fkin $0.032... sorry for the swear but I think even Litecoin may overtake us if things don't change. Thoughts?

The reference is a bit silly but it got me thinking if XRP will actually ever be the number one crypto. How can it beat Bitcoin or Ethereum if the price stays at fkin $0.032... sorry for the swear but I think even Litecoin may overtake us if things don't change. Thoughts? submitted by supernelson to xrptrader [link] [comments]

The reference is a bit silly but it got me thinking if XRP will actually ever be the number one crypto. How can it beat Bitcoin or Ethereum if the price stays at fkin $0.032... sorry for the swear but I think even Litecoin may overtake us if things don't change. Thoughts?

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The reference is a bit silly but it got me thinking if XRP will actually ever be the number one crypto. How can it beat Bitcoin or Ethereum if the price stays at fkin $0.032... sorry for the swear but I think even Litecoin may overtake us if things don't change. Thoughts?

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The reference is a bit silly but it got me thinking if XRP will actually ever be the number one crypto. How can it beat Bitcoin or Ethereum if the price stays at fkin $0.032... sorry for the swear but I think even Litecoin may overtake us if things don't change. Thoughts?

The reference is a bit silly but it got me thinking if XRP will actually ever be the number one crypto. How can it beat Bitcoin or Ethereum if the price stays at fkin $0.032... sorry for the swear but I think even Litecoin may overtake us if things don't change. Thoughts? submitted by supernelson to Ripple_Coin [link] [comments]

The reference is a bit silly but it got me thinking if XRP will actually ever be the number one crypto. How can it beat Bitcoin or Ethereum if the price stays at fkin $0.032... sorry for the swear but I think even Litecoin may overtake us if things don't change. Thoughts?

The reference is a bit silly but it got me thinking if XRP will actually ever be the number one crypto. How can it beat Bitcoin or Ethereum if the price stays at fkin $0.032... sorry for the swear but I think even Litecoin may overtake us if things don't change. Thoughts? submitted by supernelson to xrpcoinnews [link] [comments]

The reference is a bit silly but it got me thinking if XRP will actually ever be the number one crypto. How can it beat Bitcoin or Ethereum if the price stays at fkin $0.032... sorry for the swear but I think even Litecoin may overtake us if things don't change. Thoughts?

The reference is a bit silly but it got me thinking if XRP will actually ever be the number one crypto. How can it beat Bitcoin or Ethereum if the price stays at fkin $0.032... sorry for the swear but I think even Litecoin may overtake us if things don't change. Thoughts? submitted by supernelson to xrptips [link] [comments]

Leading South Korean crypto exchange #Bithumb has announced a significant number of layoffs. Around 50 percent of its staff members will be part of what is referred to as "voluntary retirement": #bitcoin #cryptowinter

Leading South Korean crypto exchange #Bithumb has announced a significant number of layoffs. Around 50 percent of its staff members will be part of what is referred to as submitted by 1nceler to bitJob [link] [comments]

RT @SDLerner: 8/10 RSK Reference Implementation: This year there have been more than 2800 commits (you can check https://t.co/vVdjmocZvy). I think this is more than two times the number of Bitcoin commits in 2018. RSK performed 9 releases during 2018 (https://t.co/LoLk0VsMuu).

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At the terminal / "fully-mined" supply of 21M, Bitcoin exceeds $400B... but considering all the coins that have been lost/destroyed, is 21M the right number to use or is terminal supply closer to ~18M? The gap to terminal may become increasingly important as we approach major M1 reference values...

USD M1 would be overtaken at current supply levels at ~$217K/btc... however, if supply levels do reach 21M, it would be overtaken at ~$173K/btc: https://cryptocap.io/crossassets
This analysis (https://letstalkbitcoin.com/blog/post/rise-of-the-zombie-bitcoins) suggests "terminal supply" might not be too far off from current supply... at least in the case of hard drive recovery economics, it seems break-even was a while ago...
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Science: Power Causes Brain Damage [Or, Bitcoin's Reference Implementation Should Be Under the Control of a Much Larger Number of Individuals Than It Is Now.]

Science: Power Causes Brain Damage [Or, Bitcoin's Reference Implementation Should Be Under the Control of a Much Larger Number of Individuals Than It Is Now.] submitted by pecuniology to btc [link] [comments]

Coinbase/Gdax Wire Transfer Reference Number. Where do i put the reference number? /r/Bitcoin

Coinbase/Gdax Wire Transfer Reference Number. Where do i put the reference number? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Blockchain to Revolut IBAN reference number? /r/Bitcoin

Blockchain to Revolut IBAN reference number? /Bitcoin submitted by HiIAMCaptainObvious to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Kraken.com - Wrong Reference Number /r/Bitcoin

Kraken.com - Wrong Reference Number /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

At the terminal / "fully-mined" supply of 21M, Bitcoin exceeds $400B... but considering all the coins that have been lost/destroyed, is 21M the right number to use or is terminal supply closer to ~18M? The gap to terminal may become increasingly important as we approach major M1 reference /r/Bitcoin

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Sent SEPA transfer with the incorrect reference number to Coinbase. /r/Bitcoin

Sent SEPA transfer with the incorrect reference number to Coinbase. /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

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Making a Deposit to Coinbase with Barclays UK Banking

How to do a SEPA transfer to coinbase from your online banking. Euro payment is cheap (bank fees vary) and can go through in as little as 3 hours. Coinbase: https://www.coinbase.com/join/59ea52608ace92017b9ac59e Binance Crytpo Exchange: https://www.binance.com/?ref=15721512 No one likes fees, lets check... Copy and write down your “Reference Number”. ... how to convert BTC bitcoin to gbp real money - Duration: 2:27. Paul Hardingham 30,053 views. 2:27. Coinbase Pro Tutorial: How Buy/Sell and Send Bitcoin on Coinbase Pro with for Less fees to no fees - Duration: 27:04. Pacey Crypto 5,024 views. 27:04. Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube.

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