Good news is that more and more exchanges support XRP. And it's not hard to see why the highly liquid coin is irresistible and popular among cryptocurrency investors. Thanks to the demands of the Finnish community, Coinmotion bowed under pressure andSeveral requests from our customers have added XRP to the trade, "The stock market, one of many in Finland, claims to be a secure platform on which cryptocurrencies like Litecoin, Ethereum and Bitcoin can be traded and stored. Compared to the euro, Coinmotion's fees are competitive and transparent with a two percent commission. In addition, their order processing is fast and the security of the deposited coins is guaranteed because they use a cold wallet that has proven to be hacker resistant on several occasions.
However, it is not about the quality of their offer or the security of their platform and not about fees. It's all about her latest blog post titled: XRP is a centralized virtual currency, Several users are annoyed at first, because they come from a stock market that claims to bring crypto currencies into the masses, and second, from the misconception that investments can deter.
I find it very strange that you would write an article with so many basic inaccuracies when you actually try to get people to come to your service. What use does that have for you to mislead people? It is best to retract the article and rewrite correctly
– Matt Hamilton (@HammerToe) February 12, 2019
While Ripple has to repeat several times in forums and conferences and explain that her coin is not centralized, the title of the post is misleading and absent in many areas. In fact, Coinmotion is forcing potential XRP buyers to explore more because ""Ripple" and "XRP" are terms that can sometimes be confusing. "
Nevertheless, the exchange agrees that "Ripple has demonstrated global adjustment potential from established financial institutions and corporates, "Even so, their approval is short-lived as Coinmotion does not realize what is clearly visible as Ripple progresses – untying financial institutions, pitching deals and sponsoring projects is" all theory "It's all" theory " who says " Companies have, in one way or another, stated that they are interested in ripple, little is actually used, and most companies and institutions are still looking at the subject. "
XRP is a blockchain, a cryptocurrency and is NOT centralized. Ripple performs 6% of the nodes and 27% of the UNL validators. If the ripple disappears, the network will continue to work.
– Leonidas (@LeoHadjiloizou) February 12, 2019
Pessi Peura, the author of the article, continues to rub in the centralization claim: "XRP is not degraded and is highly centralized"In addition,"Ripple is developed by a single company and carries risks that other cryptocurrencies do not address. Endangering the core organization, Ripple Labs, can affect the entire ecosystem. " What the XRP Army will surely annoy is the final statement, in which Pessi concludes:An investment in XRP is more like buying a company's stock than investing in a cryptocurrency, "
The best advice I can possibly give is to retract this totally false and misleading blog, do some research and then rewrite it. There are just too many mistakes and lies to work on.
– Wendy Moon (@Rippley Moon) February 12, 2019
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