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Cost effective way to move crypto?

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Where could XLM go in 5-10 years, in terms of usage, adoption, and growth?

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XLM pricing not tied to volume events?

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Cut my losses and go BTC/ETH

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Xrp and Xlm

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Updated Website for $BCOAL

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Why did I fall into XRP? I should of fell more into Cardano or literally any other crypto

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Some information and facts about Stellar XLM and the SDex Decentralized Exchange

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Converting ADA (Cardano) to other assets.

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How do I minimize withdrawal fees from exchanges with Lightning network?

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Invest in coal with $BCOAL | Stellar Network Stable-coin | Winter is coming

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Alchemy Pay Joins Stellar Ecosystem to Offer Ramp Service for Developers and dApps

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XDC is way undervalued and overlooked

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Introducing $BCOAL | New XLM Token | $BCOAL | Limited supply of 23,000,000 | Each representing 1 ton of Illinois Basin Bituminous Coal | Offered at $35 per | Current Spot Price of Illinois Basin is $51 | Live Now!

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How easy do you find crypto payment?

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Help - XRP to 40k per coin

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Small Coins Just Sitting Around

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How to swap/convert/sell TOMO?

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Small Dev team here with new use for blockchain.

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Can anything be done about this stolen crypto?

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Diversify your crypto portfolio: Altcoins to watch this year

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Is this a normal response from MEXC?

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Stellar and Aqua rewards Community call for support.

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High fees?

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XLM Crypto Current Price Analysis on 31 Oct 2023

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Stellar just changed the Moons game.

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Margin Trading - Surprisingly Boring

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Stellar (XLM): Navigating Market Volatility, Examining Strategic Collaborations, and Projecting Growth Trajectory in the Cryptocurrency Space”

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ISO20022 Ecosystem

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Ripple (XRP), Hedera (HBAR), Stellar (XLM), And One More Crypto Currency All Set for ISO 20022 Compliance, Eye Stock Markets and Central Bank Partnerships

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Neutral on Cryptocurrency. What case can be made for Songbird, XLM, and Flare?

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Margin Trading - Surprisingly Boring

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ENS (Ethereum Name Service) a simple explanation

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Need a little help from the community

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I researched all of Reddit's RCPs and non-RCP subreddit tokens so you don't have to

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Guest Post by U_Today: Stellar (XLM) Readies for Its Biggest Protocol Upgrade: Details

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Airgap wallets

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ClickPesa: Revolutionizing Remittances in Africa with Stellar (XLM) Power

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Stellar XLM Partners with Actor Idris Elba: A Fusion of Finance and Fame

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Guest Post by Crypto News Land: Stellar XLM Partners with Actor Idris Elba: A Fusion of Finance and Fame | CoinMarketCap

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120 BTC, ~100k XLM and a BMW i8 seized from SIM-swap Hacker

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Stellar's (XLM) Big announcement, Which Has Been Expected for Days, Ended in Frustration: Price Dumped

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just in, Stellar XLM update 12.09.2023: 'Where Blockchain Meets the Real World'

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Stellar XLM update 12.09.2023

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Looking for a FIFO cost basis payroll spreadsheet

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TIL Mr Goxx, a crypto trading hamster, outperformed most crypto traders and funds before it's death in 2021.

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Stellar (XLM) Bucks the Trend with 11% Surge as Anticipation Builds Read more on DailyCoin: https://dailycoin.com/stellar-xlm-bucks-the-trend-with-11-surge-as-anticipation-builds/?utm_source=cryptopanic&utm_medium=rss

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XLM Surges 10% As Stellar Teases 'Something Cool' on the Horizon

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XLM Surges 10% As Stellar Teases 'Something Cool' on the Horizon

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XLM Surges 10% As Stellar Teases 'Something Cool' on the Horizon - Decrypt

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We All Want Free Money - Here Are the Airdrops I'm Positioning Myself For ATM

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Stellar's XLM looks undervalued.

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Stella's XLM looks undervalued.

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Stellar's XLM looks undervalued.

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Top three undervalued cryptocurrencies to watch: XLM, XRP, and Monero.

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HarryPotterOhtaniStreetFighter | $XLM is the ticker! | #XLMCULT is the way!

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Utility vs Price

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Realistic / Objective Outlook for BTC in the coming 5 years...

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Can someone please correct or modify my newbie opinions?

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All of the XRP ruling gains have officially been erased.

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Stellar's Challenge to Ripple (XRP): Open-Source Disbursement Platform and the XLM $0.20 Price Quest

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Ripple (XRP) Rival Stellar (XLM) Becomes Minority Investor in MoneyGram

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[SERIOUS] Idea: Attach an NFT to a Coin Batch (0.1_ETH; 10000_Sats; 100_Matic; 1000_XLM, you get the idea) when storing in a wallet. Update the info as "the Bag" is swapped, transferred, etc. Two use cases.

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Here are the 5 subs where you can earn Crypto from shitposting!

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The Short Term Case for XLM

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Help downsizing my portfolio

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What’s the first coin you “fell in love” with?

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It's 2023. What are the current best use cases for crypto?

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Crypto news Aug 9,2023

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What is standing in the way of wildly popular games, like poker and fantasy football, from finding footing in the crypto space?

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Bitcoin Maxis

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MakerDAO’s MKR, Ripple’s XRP and Stellar’s XLM Led Crypto Gainers in July

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Blast Off: Stellar's XLM, A Rising Star in the Crypto Market

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What coin do you use between exchanges?

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Saltwext (Stellar Alternative Twext)

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Elon & Stellar Lumens

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Stellar (XLM) Surpasses Bitcoin With Most Crypto Off-Ramps

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Best Crypto Debit card of 2023 for those in the USA?

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[Serious] Which top 100 coins/Coins promoted here are absolutely dead and will not survive, especially long term?

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The wallet… I can’t seem to comprehend it. Help this dummy?

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Total off-ramp locations by asset

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The reason why Mush is choosing Doge makes no sense

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The reason why Mush is choosing Doge makes no sense

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How to understand and analyze the market?

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What is the one crypto you regret buying and the one you regret selling?

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I just found out Coinbase Wallet delisted certain coins. How do I recover those assets?

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How to understand and analyze the market?

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Ripple effect? Stellar (XLM) is catching up to XRP price gains

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How to understand and analyze the market?

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American Citizens. Where and how do you buy BNB for cheap?

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Cheapest way to do a recurring buy?

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Will FedNow affect XRP, XLM, or anyone else?

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XLM Shines Bright: Stellar’s Token Soars More Than 20% on July 20, 2023

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Potential price of XLM?

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First Mover Asia: XRP, XLM Climb While Bitcoin Trudges Below $30K

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XRP, QNT, XLM, HBAR, MIOTA, XDC, ALGO, and ADA certified as ISO 20022-compliant

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Kucoin exit scamming its users?

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XLM Stellar Lumens - Ripple’s little sister?

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Stellar (XLM) Price Surges to 15-Month High: What's Next?

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Possible Interesting Price Correlation Discovered Between Bitcoin and Stellar (XLM)

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XLM movement Hi, A little context: I transfered about 16000xlm to my friend or soon maybe "friend". He said he didnt recieve first. Then the bank froze the assets. And now I am ghosted. Can someone please follow this transsaction see where it went? 8b3f045a1ad5271f3aab35f8d92bde33869d1ccf9879e75c69ecff25d0861585

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XRP/IOTA/XLM/ALGO/HBAR/NXRA that's what I reckon is a good play

Litecoin is one of those coins that is good for transferring around but not a good investment. That's why you have seen it fall out of the top 5 in 2017 and slowly ramp down to 20. Very similar to coins like XLM and Nano where they tout fast transfer speeds but doesn't correlate to price and have since fallen out of the top ranks. So from an investment perspective don't bother but if you're doing online gambling or something it's a good coin because of the quick and easy transfers.

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I don't know why anyone would use either to go from exchange to exchange after 2017. It's a waste of money. Pretty much every exchange has USDC or USDT or combined USD/USDT/USDC trading pairs. Every exchange supports one or both on various networks beyond base ethereum. Withdrawal fees as low as a fraction of a penny. Trading to LTC or XLM incurs a trade fee. Transferring off exchange will have a withdrawal fee. Then in the destination exchange you'll have to trade for USD/USDC/USDT/BTC so you have the right, trade fee

I’m so gd tired of hearing about kaspa. Damn they must be paying a lot of you guys. Kaspa sucks. XLM, XNO, XMR and about 5 other payment coins are significantly preferable.

Mentions:#XLM#XNO#XMR

Between LTC and XLM they are my most used coins either for buying(LTC) or transferring from exchange to exchange(XLM), but because of that I never hold any because I spend them as quick as I receive them.

Mentions:#LTC#XLM

Stellar DEX there's anchors for every token you can think of. atomic swaps guarantees you always get the best price. the network is fast and is extremely cheap to use (.0001 XLM)

Mentions:#DEX#XLM

Tech doesn't matter. Solana is at the top due to big money deals and easy to create meme coins. If speed was important XLM would be #1 lol

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I mean we might as well join forces. XLM lot too

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Maybe this causes XLM to latch back to XRP. Maybe we get .50

Mentions:#XLM#XRP

> Active wallets XRP wallets function differently than on other networks, Wallets arent free and there is a Cost to activate/create a wallet. you also have the destination tag system which allows each wallet to create a sub wallet within itself. a Single XRP wallet can contain 2^32 unique accounts or (4,294,967,296) total users for a single wallet. This makes tracking total active users difficult as exchanges and many other places use a single wallet for hundreds of thousands of users. Total activated wallets passed 5 Million this year in Jan, its now at 5.135 Million in April, there is slow steady growth if you look at wallet activations. >txs have not increased on Ripple in the past 12 months average daily transactions atm is ~1.2 Million, 12 months ago it was ~900k. Not an insane growth I'd agree, but with AMM on the eve of relaunch in a few days, EVM sidechains now being online. Auto-bridging about to take effect and Ripples Stablecoin launch this year at some point (Id guess Around Swell, so Oct/Nov) Id say by December of this year it wouldnt be crazy to expect a rather large spike overall in network activity. > but how long before it drops out of the Top 10? LTC, BCH, EOS, TRON and XLM were top 10 coins 5 years ago. XRP has hasnt left the top 10 ever and its been around longer than BCH and EOS combined. in fact the only coin older than it that would be considered "still active" would be BTC and LTC. I think as far as "test of time" goes, XRP has passed just fine. >Continued steady decline in any project would leave me unwilling to bet on their future 20 years from now. there is no decline, only data and understanding how to read it. >ETH has name brand recognition now, but people always eventually move onto better options. Both Solana and Base have seen periods recently where overall activity has topped Ethereum, which is something new for this cycle, unimaginable last cycle. Say what you want about memecoins, but they are bringing new users to these chains and proving their usability. The memecoin casino game eventually does run out and isnt really "healthy" for the ecosystem (I would expect it to transition to some other blockchain next run and repeat again) It's issue tho is for every 1 user who makes insane profit, there are thousands that just experienced their first rug pull and will be turned sour to crypto as a whole forever. I will say one thing that I am rather surprised about is people are still interested in using SOL tho. Given the whole "failed transactions" debacle atm, I would of assumed people would prefer to use something that actually works.

Active wallets and txs have not increased on Ripple in the past 12 months, despite the overall market cap growing and other ecosystems exploding with activity. Sure it can keep going at a steady pace, but how long before it drops out of the Top 10? LTC, BCH, EOS, TRON and XLM were top 10 coins 5 years ago. Continued steady decline in any project would leave me unwilling to bet on their future 20 years from now. ETH has name brand recognition now, but people always eventually move onto better options. Both Solana and Base have seen periods recently where overall activity has topped Ethereum, which is something new for this cycle. Say what you want about memecoins, but they are bringing new users to these chains and proving their usability.

BTC, ETH, chainLINK, DOT, XLM, and probably ADA as stablecoin

Stellar XLM

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Try XLM Settles in seconds and costs fractions of a cent to send Plus XLM recently enabled smart contracts.

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No one said XLM? That surprises me since the Stellar Development Foundation CEO Denelle Dixon is always in the room with crypto policy creators. If/when the USA get on board with more clarity XLM will rise

Mentions:#XLM#CEO#USA

As far as I can see it, Ripple, does everythign humanly possible to FUCK XRP. Stable coin? NO Liquidity Hub? NO Dump on retail to raise money? YES So happy I got out of XRP and into BTC - within 2 weeks of changing, I could afford 2 trips with the wife to Mexico / St. Maarten and have plenty over before the having. XLM is the same scam. Oh, and before the moon boys come attacking me - blackrock and saylor are buying btc at crazy high prices, you can save your breath on banks waiting for the "right time" to buy xrp - it's not happening.

It works because nobody fucking uses it and there's nothing to do on it. Ghost town with no product, completely pointless network. If you are still talking about Algorand, Cardano, LTC, ETC, XRP, XLM, etc. in 2024 you are the leftest of left curve normies.

>I used to follow XLM (Stellar) closely til a couple of years ago. So I assume the same applies for XRP (Ripple) LOL "I assume" The only one seems to be coping here is you, like the partnerships and projects are a joke. The irony here is the joke is on you.

Mentions:#XLM#XRP

>Nobody seems to know what exact problem XRP is solving that Stablecoins don't solve other then the geniuses still holding XRP and being down education time. If you want to provide liquidity on demand, Stable coins would require you to pre allocate funds and keep them dormant until demand requires them to be used. this is inefficent, hence having XRP's value be floating, so that it can Rise or fall to meet demand required makes it a better product fit solution to this problem. XRP is geopolitically neutral, has no ties to any country(so it is immune to manipulation via these routes), rises and falls to meet demand, and can provide a bridge to low liquidity corridors on demand. Stablecoins Can be used to do this but require prefunding, arent geopolitically neutral, and dont function well in low liquidity corridors. Hence. XRP and stablecoins dont solve the same problem. A stablecoin is essentially digitizing the currenct system's solutions, and simply brings the currency monetary systems problems with it, XRP does away with those problems for the reasons I stated above. >Why not use stablecoins for cross-border payments? Because you are limited in how much you can transfer and you are required to lock up capital and keep it dormant until demand is needed. For every dollar of value you wish to transfer you are required to lockup at least this much (if not more) in dormant capital in order to facilitate the trade. this is essentially dead cap space for many corridors. If I want to transfer say USD to EUR, a stablecoin "can" in theory work just fine(although there are still drawbacks). but when I want to go from say Thai bhat to brazilian Real. Suddenly many problems occur. Low volume or low liquidity corridors become costly to both operators and users, Fees rise because of this and more friction is added to the system which is paid for by end users. Stable coins also arent geopolitically neutral, the currency used to "peg" the value of the coin is controlled by a 3rd party. Meaning if the Country decides to do some more quantitative easing/currency printing, my purchasing power/value is heavily affected. >Why do you need to use XRP at all? It's value can rise or fall to meet the demand required for any and all corridors. Meaning as a Bridge asset, I dont need to hold Every single currency that I want to transfer in an account or in a stablecoin losing interest. I can simply Hop into XRP then hop out (during the same transaction) and end up with whatever currency/asset/value I personally want. It allows me to accept any payment and have them converted live into whatever I want to receive. >There are so many faster chains now that support stablecoins. There is literally only 1 chain that is offering what XRP can do in a single transaction. (XLM) thats it, there is no other chain that can beat XRP on speed, cost and capability of transaction. Doing a complex multi currency on chain swap literally only happens on XRP. You can send me ANYTHING of value and I can have it converted live mid transaction into whatever I want to receive, all in 1 transaction. If I want to receive Gold, Bonds, Stocks, BTC, any currency, Anything of value. I Can currently setup my wallet to convert it Live. Nothing beats XRP in regards to payments.

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I used to follow XLM (Stellar) closely til a couple of years ago. So I assume the same applies for XRP (Ripple). XLM isn't supposed to be the reserve token, It's only the facilitating token. Which means, it's required for every transaction and every conversion of a coin. In a global financing network, if I am paying you with a digital Euro and you are receiving payment in digital USD, the underlying mechanism is Euro => XLM => USD. The xlm is bought and sold in the open market, however it's price is not a concern for either parties. Now suppose that the whole world is running on Stellar with a vast amount of transactions and supported currencies or other assets (stocks). The utility of XLM (and thus it's potential price) lies in the amount of transactions. That's just the theoretical part, in practice probably noone of consequence is interested in using it. Ripple is in the same boat, a cool idea, badly utilized and with none interested in it. Launching a USD coin it's just a way to make easy, safe money. Crypto bros buy digital USD, they are making bank on the interest gained on the actual USD that is invested in goverment bonds.

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i havent noticed anyone depressed except for altcoin bagholders in stuff like EOS ADA ZEC XLM XMR other old coins that havent budged

Yes, this is probably the case, anything with just POS (excluding its variants like XDPoS) will probably be shaken out. Any Etherium layer 2, meme coins, etc.. will also be shaken out. If this doesn’t do it, later regulation will. What will be left are BTC, the X tokens (XRP (Regulatory Clarity), XLM, XDC), QNT, ALGO, CARDANO, HBAR, IOTA, and any crypto that’s built for interoperability for these blockchains and supports regulatory compliance.

If it were XLM the fee would be effectively $0

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Have HBAR and XLM.. I’ll check the rest out 💪🤞🚀

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Exactly… if I was cashing out, I’d sell to XLM and send to an exchange with ACH.

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No XLM buy LCX

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Just bagged me some myself. XLM and XRP have not really ran yet. I believe after the halving they will just like the last two halving. Just look at the chart. Then again I could be wrong 😂

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I just hope XLM goes back to the real ATH it did not reach last cycle.

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I won’t tell you what to buy, but I will tell you what I bought. Do your own research. 1. VET 2. HBAR 3. MATIC 4. XLM 5. WOO 6. BONK (just a few bucks for shits and giggles)

OK. Of the viable payment L1 coins: Has BTC crashed? Has XLM? Has XMR? Has XNO? Nope. But has Solana? Uh huh.

What is a coin that still has a good ATH expectation? For example, Litecoin's ATH is about 4x what it is now and it would be a rare sight to see it hit this ATH again at some point. What other alts coins have a similar of bigger upside when compared to their ATH? My main alt are VET and XLM which have a 5x and 4x ATH more or less.

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Makes sense as far as long hodls/investments, But surprises me that due to the low transfer costs/high speed that none of these transfer coins (XLM, nano, LTC or whatever else) end up being the most used at least (Although in saying that, I'm guessing L2's on Eth before, and maybe Solana now get the most daily usages/transfers vs long holds)

Mentions:#XLM#LTC

This is where Stellar (XLM) shines. Cheap Fast Built in DEX L1 Smart Contracts

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> I find it highly doubtful these folks only heard of BTC. If you open the Robinhood app, there are plenty of other non-BTC assets. If you watch CNBC, they regularly print other major capos along side BTC. Besides Bitcoin, Grayscale has provided access to lots of other cryptos as well. Besides Bitcoin and Ethereum, there is almost zero interest from institutional and traditional finance for anything else. Institutional and traditional finance are not going to buy shitcoins and scams and make the numbers go up. So many shitcoins celebrated Grayscale making their shitcoin available as an investment over the years but nobody really bought it. - ETH $10 Billion - Large Cap Fund $600 Million - Bitcoin Cash $170 Million - Litecoin $146 Million - Solana $73 Million - ZCash $10 Million - XLM $11 Million - BAT $3 Million

If you look at the Grayscale Trust's different crypto Assets Under Management, besides Bitcoin there is almost zero interest from institutional and traditional finance for anything other Ethereum. - ETH $10 Billion - Large Cap Fund $600 Million - Bitcoin Cash $170 Million - Litecoin $146 Million - Solana $73 Million - ZCash $10 Million - XLM $11 Million - BAT $3 Million

Mentions:#ETH#XLM#BAT

Not XLM

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Gonna go long and deep…only going with one XLM,RVN,CLORE,FLUX,KAS, CRO Which one yall think…skip the DYOR

ALGO, ATOM, XLM, XRP, and DOT are green and I don’t know how to feel about it…

Honestly, I think it maps out like this: Bitcoin = 1.5x ETH = 2x XRP, XLM, ADA, SOL (other majors that have been around) = 3-5x Newer Alts and Meme Coins = 5-10x Some random new coin = 20x DOGE = never over estimate or under estimate Dogecoin

I withdrew some ETH and XLM from Kucoin today. Both took under two minutes. Not sure what the fuss is about.

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Besides using Dash for purely utilitarian reasons (purchases) and XLM (for transfers), I hodl nothing but Bitcoin. 

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My friend ❤️ XRP/XLM. 🤷‍♂️🤷‍♂️🤷‍♂️ He researches for info a lot.

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At this point do you trust KuCoin or MEXC more? My intuition says MEXC is at least as risky, but smaller so lower down the gov's hit list. Anyway I panicked and moved all my actively trading assets off kucoin to MEXC. (Yes yes self custody is the way, but I'm actively trading these) In the end it wasn't so bad, lost some negligible amount to fees and slippage where I chose to first convert an erc20 coin to XLM for easier transfer, but the main casualty was my work day productivity when I immediately dropped my KPI reports to focus on my crypto. Hopefully my boss didn't notice... Anyway, now that I see KuCoin is operating as normal the next day, I'm not so sure I did myself any favors by moving to MEXC.

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Hey Kraken Support. You never failed to answer my requests here. Whenever i try to withdraw XLM to another exchange it tells me "an error has occurred, please try a different amount or contact support" Different amount also does not work. The withdrawal adresses are also correct. Any Idea?

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Hey Kraken Support. You never failed to answer my requests here. Whenever i try to withdraw XLM to another exchange it tells me "an error has occurred, please try a different amount or contact support" Different amount also does not work. The withdrawal adresses are also correct. Any Idea?

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Thank you! Feels wrong to swap my aero to XLM but here I go

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start with XLM. it is the easiest and fastest to learn. Stellar has a whole DEX to play with and you can easily and cheaply convert to whatever token you want.

Mentions:#XLM#DEX

Cheaper than XLM ? Genuine question, I just know the projects are similar, only XLM is aimed to the public and XRP for banks.

Mentions:#XLM#XRP

I don't know enough about STRK and ACA to comment. I'd dump ALGO and XLM as I think they'll underperform against other alts. Not holding GLMR but nothing against it. Would hold if your entry price is decent.

I think XLM is another LTC or NANO. Does exactly what it’s supposed to do but nobody cares. I was a major XLM shill in 2018 but at this point I don’t know if it’s worth holding if you’re after the tendies

Mentions:#XLM#LTC

Which do I keep around for alt-season: GLMR, STRK, ALGO, XLM, ACA? Dumping the others. They're all left-over mini-stacks

I don’t like either but at least XLM is getting smart contracts so I would go with that…

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Yeah... I was very careful to only use cash when using that. I miss the days of 5% XLM back

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It likely won't until only one chain exists that can function as both a currency and smart contract network and is the only one left. One currency makes things easier to understand. The mess that is current web 3, bridges, L2's, Dex's, that's a mess. Need one coin to rule them all. Crypto is supposed makes things easier not harder. My current bet is XLM. It functions as a currency, still working on the other half though. 

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This one and XLM are so underrated...fast efficient and do exactly what they claim

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One of my biggest bags is XLM… it hasn’t done super well yet but it just went through some upgrades. Look into some of their partnerships. It is one of the only cryptos most people use as intended and have nothing but love for.

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Not all layer 2s are the same. Polygon for instance requires matic as gas NOT ETH. Arbitrium does take ETH, I've only bothered using that network once to sell my moons so I admit not all layer 2s require multiple coins, however, I stick by my point that all layer 2s still suck. They add extra steps to a transaction that normies already have a hard time understanding. Each layer 2 also does not perform the same functions or have the same support (in terms of dapps and erc-20 tokens) as L1, so you are often forced to go from one L2 to another L2 to have the same functionality as L1 but without the extortionate fees of L1. That process is beyond convuluted to the point that most people will need documentation of a step by step process. Anything beyond sending eth from one address to another is too complicated to bother with for most people. You shouldnt have to know all this just to send money as we always have with fiat. Dapps are the whole point of ETH, so if that's too complicated to use without paying $20+ fees it's useless. If it's just about sending money, there's no reason not use something like XLM that is not only cheaper but also simpler and faster. Etherum will never be anything more than the second most known coin, in terms of usability , it's garbage unless they lower L1 fees. This is the most basic of basic of human behavior, we like easy. If you can't understand that, I'm sorry but I've wasted too much time on this conversation to explain something that should be obvious.

Mentions:#ETH#XLM

XYO, XLM, Shiba for memes, Eth for long term.

Mentions:#XYO#XLM

Why you send the test first! You could contact RH support… they have your XLM. They just might not know where to put it.

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$NEAR 10x, $XLM 15x, $DOGE 1$

From your comment I understand you have no idea how layer 2 works and you are just a shill. Which proves my point even without the wall of text below explaining just layer 1 crypto. They do not use the same "client" nor are the coins the same used in each transaction. There is a reason you have to select the network when sending crypto and there's a reason you need to have a separate token to pay gas fees when using L2's. TLDR: If it's too long to read, L2 is certainly too much for most people. Here's how I explain crypto to people not into crypto, just layer 1. Despite being digital crypto cannot be duplicated because the coins preside on a shared network. Think accounting bookeeping, except everyone has a copy of the actual book. No transactions are accepted unless more than 50% of books match (for simplicity) and only transactions in that majority of books will be accepted. Should you try to copy coins on your book, it will be the odd one out and ignored, in other words nothing you did matters. As for using crypto, each person has a unique wallet address, basically an account number at a bank except anyone can see it, but not who owns the account. There are two types of wallets, hot wallets and cold wallets. Think checking account and savings account. Hot wallets are the ones use often, while cold ones are used to store crypto you won't be using for a long time. For a beginner, or just people don't have a lot of valuable crypto, stick to hot wallets. The easiest way to deposit crypto into a wallet is to buy them directly off on an centralized exchange, one owned by a company that accepts normal currency like the USD, also known as fist currency, for payment. To deposit it in your wallet you first need a wallet. For a beginner I recommend you just download an app on your phone. The app will create a wallet for you, it will also give you a password for that wallet called a seed phrase, there's no "forgot password option". If you lose it you lose your money, so take care of it. After that all you have to do is find SEND on whatever exchange you are using, select the currency you are using, go to your wallet app and find the receive button, select that same currency again and then copy and paste your wallet address in the proper text box back on the exchange. For simplicity assume each currency has its own wallet address, multicoin wallets exist, for your own financial safety, always copy the address associated with the coin. So make sure you select the right coin to recieve just like every credit card in your wallet has a different number on it, assume crypto does too. After that enter the amount of currency and hit send. We are not quite done yet. Going back to the accounting book analogy, the accountants which verify transactions for everyone to prevent people duplicating or stealing money need to be paid. In crypto they are commonly referred to as miners or nodes depending on what crypto is being used. So you will need to pay a fee for transferring crypto between wallets everytime. In this case you are transferring from the exchange's wallet to your personal one. Depending on the currency you bought this fee could be very high, so make sure to check what the fee is before sending to see if it's worth it. My personal opinion is that if the fee is higher than a few pennies, it's a grabage currency I would sell it, even then it might be garbage if it has low usage. Because imagine spending even an extra dollar on every single transaction you make, restaurants, grocery store, gas, even that small amount adds up. It's non-functional as a currency. This is a lot I know, much more of a hassle than using cash. On the flip side the transactions are much faster. Good currencies will be transferred between wallets in under 30 secs. Something that might take days when say transferring funds from Venmo to your bank account. Crypto is especially useful for international transactions. Transferring normal currency overseas is expensive no matter what and will take time to arrive. Using a currency like Stellar Lumens (XLM), however, the recipient will have the money almost instantly. This of course is convenient for everyone, but more importantly so for Business. It means transactions overseas are more stable. By the time you receive normal currency, the exchange rate between currencies will have changed, it's enough time that world or economic events could occur that significantly alter the value paid. It also helps businesses by simplifying their finances. There's no need to pay attention to exchange rates for each foreign currency to buy them at the best rate and hold them in reserve until you need to use them, you only need to pay attention to one coin. If you're a smaller company that doesn't want to deal with foreign currency at all, you don't need to pay banks high fees to handle it for you anymore. You only have to hold onto one currency for all international transactions. This already is too much that I feel obligated to explain the benefits of crypto to justify it and you want to add layer 2 on top of this? You would have to explain wrapping, then you have to explain unwrapping and bridging, then also swapping because many tools don't work with wrapped coins. All of which uses their own sperate gas tokens to utilize. Not to mention their is no universal place to do all of this, it's a different process for every network. Every network has different sites for DEX's, different bridges, etc. It's rediculous and people always lose money, either through learning the process because it's convuluted until you gain experience, or because they don't know the most efficient or correct way to accompish their goal. Once you do understand all that. It becomes as I said, inconvenient to the point of off putting. If you ever think layer 2 will take off, you're smoking some hardcore hopium.

Mentions:#SEND#XLM#DEX

I’m not here for the tech, I’m here for the money 🤷‍♂️ Although the chain link tech sounds cool, I immediately think of XLM being similar (not in the way it works) but in the way it’s used a ton but doesn’t need hype/price appreciation of the token Re: the money, I’m here for the 4 year bitcoin cycles Never took profit previous cycles so I’m dedicated to taking some in 2025 :D re: shitcoins on many different chains So uhh I just use MEXC right now, that’s my shitcoin casino Is the main difference that chain link’s “shitcoin casino(tm)” dapp would be decentralized or something? I’m also confused on how chainlink can be that while also not having a “blockchain” to be secured by, does it just boil down to trusting chainlink like trusting a CEX? Yourr last main paragraph regarding the upcoming adoption through hundreds of dApps and the conversations with the big financial institutions and laws passing but oof that’s a looong way out for laws to be changed I looked at $LINK/$BTC and it doesn’t seem to be gaining, again I’m here for the money so I’d rather go with stuff stuff outpacing btc I do hope chainlink does well and sets up the great backbone for crypto that you describe

I’m not here for the tech, I’m here for the money 🤷‍♂️ Although the chain link tech sounds cool, I immediately think of XLM being similar (not in the way it works) but in the way it’s used a ton but doesn’t need hype/price appreciation of the token Re: the money, I’m here for the 4 year bitcoin cycles Never took profit previous cycles so I’m dedicated to taking some in 2025 :D >re: shitcoins on many different chains So uhh I just use MEXC right now, that’s my shitcoin casino Is the main difference that chain link’s “shitcoin casino(tm)” dapp would be decentralized or something? I’m also confused on how chainlink can be that while also not having a “blockchain” to be secured by, does it just boil down to trusting chainlink like trusting a CEX? Yourr last main paragraph regarding the upcoming adoption through hundreds of dApps and the conversations with the big financial institutions and laws passing but oof that’s a looong way out for laws to be changed I looked at $LINK/$BTC and it doesn’t seem to be gaining, again I’m here for the money so I’d rather go with stuff stuff outpacing btc I do hope chainlink does well and sets up the great backbone for crypto that you describe

If I recall, XLM now has smart contracts and they’re looking to invest 100M in developing the ecosystem.

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My buddy got me into crypto by selling me on XLM, so I held a big bag for the last few years until after that last push to .20. And now I'm off in the wilderness looking for greater gains, despite the fact that I think Stellar not only has the best use case but it's also the only one I've ever *actually* used. And yet, the price still crabs. So I must ask, any new massive adoptions coming up that might help it achieve a new ATH? I would be all on board for any coin that has a real world application and implementation over Bitcoin.

Mentions:#XLM#ATH

I sold my XLM but I’m here with you waiting on VET

Mentions:#XLM#VET

I am just here waiting for XLM and VET to reach their ATH

Mentions:#XLM#VET#ATH

X getting more and more state money transmitter licenses. Bodes well for DOGE… although XLM or XRP would likely be a better choice.

Mentions:#DOGE#XLM#XRP

That is difficult to answer because the people behind XRP dump their "shares" whenever XRP price shoots up. If you believe that XRP deserves to be in #6 position then Stellar (XLM) should be worth 10 times what it is now.

Mentions:#XRP#XLM

When my Alts (Algorand, Cardano, Hedera, XRP, and XLM) make my financial situation much better, I’ll roll into BTC as a safe haven.

Mentions:#XRP#XLM#BTC

Other coins I lost very much with: Nano, XLM, ImmutableX. I‘m only in slight profit because of Bitcoin. So never FOMO into altcoins.

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Try XLM

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XLM. Bought it at it’s all time high and still holding, down over 60%

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> XLM and VET Those two follow a similar path. All three are ~5x to their ATHs from here. But yeah that ADA 2021 run was ridiculous.

Mentions:#XLM#VET#ADA

Yea in 17/18 XLM and VET were in my bag, I wish I had put that in ADA when it was a penny

Mentions:#XLM#VET#ADA

As expected, nobody actually read your post and only read the title. If you're mainly just purchasing, here are some tips. To avoid any issues with fluctuation, depending on the type of exchange you use, just keep cash or stablecoin, until you are ready to use your coins. I'm assuming you're using Coinbase and USDC here. I don't know if you do any brick and mortar purchases. You can use a payment app that also does exchange. Paypal does that now. I've been using crypto for purchases for years. I would recommend using XLM and LTC. They are fast and have low fees. But also, they are still accepted in a lot of places along Bitcoin. They tend to be also a little less volatile. Less ideal for investing, but great for purchases. And then just use Bitcoin where those aren't accepted. Since we are currently in a bull market, you could leave some crypto and let it grow. Once we're in a bear cycle, then you may not want to do that. Alternatively, you can use a crypto card. For some of those, you can put cash on there, and then it converts to crypto at the time of the purchase. Just make sure you don't get one that has high fees or a bad exchange rate.

Mentions:#USDC#XLM#LTC

A tie between XLM and XYO. X-traordinarily heavy cinder block tied around my ankle.

Mentions:#XLM#XYO

CELO is my best and worst is XLM.

Mentions:#CELO#XLM