Crypto Anonymous posted on October 17, 2018 05:09:25
Company that launched a centralized digital currency XRP as a project that has nothing to do with decentralized cryptocurrencies. They are potentially even guilty of selling unregistered securities to fund their business and used hype marketing to pump up the price beyond all reason. They frequently conflate Ripple company's achievements that have nothing to do with the digital token XRP in order to
Dr. Doom posted on December 16, 2018 22:58:51
Not a cryptocurrency at all. Totally not censorship resistant, centrally controlled, 80% of the supply in hands of company, shady marketing tactics with hype tweets to lure noob investors in buying tokens they were floating in the market during bull market. It’s more like an anti-cryptocurrency, nothing more than a google spreadsheet. Their company may sell some utility of their technology to the
Crypto Chick posted on January 30, 2019 13:54:51
Disagree with the other reviews here. Ripple is a legit company, has a lot of partnerships and real world adoption. XRP will be used in their products/services, just look at their news announcements! Plus XRP outperformed BTC in 2018. Everyone should support XRP.
anon18 posted on February 08, 2019 00:26:27
The anwer to all reciews that claim xrp is shady: fudbingo.com
The fact is, despite what its detractors want to make lies about, xrp is one of the only cryptos with a real use case and has multiple conpanies already using it.
The ones that hate it will lie and mislead. But the facts dont support them.
CptofIndustry posted on February 12, 2019 17:57:31
Nothing more than a centralized datasheet. Ripple uses only accepted validators for its network and this is equivalent to the current banking system where those who validate the network are hand selected based on their relationship to the initial distributor.
In addition to this over 60% of tokens are held in one account.
At some point in the future I have a feeling that
Martin k posted on March 22, 2019 22:57:05
I won't get into the details of why xrp is shady or how it ties into ripple but there are many choices out there in terms of cryptocurrencies, we don't need to have a coin that gives power back to the banks, we need to stand up and use a currency that is going to be adopted by third world countries, rise in value and end up doing more good than harm.
shillingthemsoftly posted on October 03, 2019 16:32:36
The only reasons $XRP is still buzzing is because of hodlnauts and bag holders. XRP is like playing Monopoly but you can keep printing Monopoly Money. Ripple owns half of this *cough* decentralized token. In reality—It is like what other users have commented—a spreadsheet. If you want to invest in something similar to $XRP go for $XLM. Overall—Don't buy into this
kurtwuckertjr posted on October 28, 2019 21:36:53
I honestly can’t decide if I hate this project more because of the smart people involved or the army of idiots...
The good: it’s the asset used to transact on the various platforms created by a world class FinTech corporation. They have some of the greatest developers and a great business model.
They also have lots of functional products and an intriguing niche of
ghezat posted on November 13, 2019 16:09:56
Ripple is a cryptoasset with financial muscle. Created at the beginning of all this stir. No doubt composed of people who had an experience and a clearer vision than the rest. They created an asset from both worlds. It is the fusion between centralization and decentralization. Currently, many financial industry firms support it and it has a huge market capitalization. Its real use is more for banking
alex-alexander posted on January 25, 2020 03:38:31
Most of the coins will stay in the company's hands. There are news: "XRP earned $200 million from the sale of coins, XRP has allocated a grant for several million dollars in its coins..." In the end, who got this pile of coins? They all were dumped on the market. Many people say that they cooperate with banks, but the banks only use their system, the XRP coin has absolutely nothing to do with it.
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