Coinbase.Com:

Thee Cryptocurrency Exchange

Perfect for Beginners

If you’re new to cryptocurrency and if you haven’t gotten a NanoLedger S [yet], I encourage you to try Coinbase.Com. You may hear some negative comments about Coinbase, but let me assure you the people of Coinbase are very professional and are not out to screw anyone over. If you’re unsure about anything, don’t hesitate to drop them an e-mail. They will be more than willing to help out their [future] customers.

The XRP Controversy

One of the main arguments against Coinbase is that they refused to list Ripple/XRP on their exchange. Coinbase is very picky when it comes to listing cryptocurrencies on their exchange and any cryptocurrency should be MOST honored to have been listed on their exchange. In fact, if you check, there aren’t many cryptocurrencies at all compared to other cryptocurrency exchanges.Screenshot_2019-04-15 xrp logo at DuckDuckGo

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Coinbase brought on board Stellar/XLM as well as Ripple/XRP

After constant pleading and showing Coinbase how much more business they could generate by listing XRP, they finally decided to list the “greatest digital asset ever created”. It was a match made in heaven for me personally.

If you haven’t heard of XRP, you’re not alone. However, more and more huge businesses and universities are linking their financial department with cryptocurrency, more specifically — XRP.

XRP is going to explode in price sooner rather than later, BIG businesses know it, banks know it and more importantly the US government knows it. I would think it’s time you should know about XRP too.

Look into it.

 

 

Sticking to Ripple (XRP)

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Cryptocurrency will replace how we spend money.

It’s here to stay, it’s not going anywhere.
Get wise and get familiar with cryptocurrency.

Cryptocurrency — what is it?

Cryptocurrency is money that exists in a digital or virtual state rather than in physical form. You can’t literally touch cryptocurrency like you can with modern-day currency.  It uses cryptography to secure and verify each and every transaction. This is done to control the amount of new units of a particular cryptocurrency being created.

My 2nd Blog Post on Cryptocurrency

If you read my last post on cryptocurrency, you’ll remember me writing that XRP was at around sixty-three cents per units. Well, it has since dropped to more than half that. In fact, as of right now as I write this XRP is at thirty-one cents. This may have scared off a few people into selling ALL their units but most stuck to their guns (like me) and held on. In fact, I even purchased twice as much as I did the first time around.

XRP wasn’t the only cryptocurrency that got hit, in fact, some cryptocurrencies went belly up. “What happen?” you might wonder. I’ll tell you.

Bitcoin Gold got hacked. Millions of dollars were either lost and/or stolen.
The whole cryptocurrency community was shattered. Some scared off.

Yes, it happens. Not very often, but it happens.
But you know what…?
The way I look at it, banks get robbed too.

Why Ripple (XRP)?

If the company, Ripple, goes “out-of-business”, XRP will still be in the cryptocurrency world. I don’t think that’s going to happen, but it’s nice to know.

How do I know?

All it takes is one transaction experience for someone to realize the superiority of XRP over a dinosaur like Bitcoin.

Look into it for yourself, do the research. You will see that XRP isn’t going anywhere.

Dogecoin

I also purchased some Dogecoin.
Why?

I looked around the cryptocurrency market at CoinMarketCap.Com and checked out the top 30 cryptocurrencies. I decided to start at the bottom and work my way up when I noticed a cryptocurrency well below the #30 spot.

It stuck out, I suppose, so I clicked on it and read up on it.
Okay…I liked it. Let’s move on.

I checked on about another four or five cryptocurrencies, but Dogecoin just kept popping in my mind.
So I went back and read up a little more.
I even watched a video of the creator of Dogecoin, Jackson Palmer, and liked what he had to say. His story reminded me a little bit of how the BEASTIE BOYS got started and their break-through album released on November 15, 1986 by Def Jam, LICENSE TO ILL.

And yes, I’m a Beastie Boy fan so I decided to go for it and purchased as much Dogecoin I could afford.

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Now if this goes to just ONE CENT per unit I’ll just about quadruple my investment.