JPMorgan Report: XRP Poised For “Significant Adoption”• November 20, 2021 12:23 pm • Comments
Remember when Warren Buffett called Bitcoin “rat poison”?
— Michael Saylor⚡️ (@saylor) January 6, 2021
And his buddy Jamie Dimon said Bitcoin was “worthless” and he threatened to fire any trader who bought it?
JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon: “I personally think that #Bitcoin is worthless"
JP Morgan Analysts: "…long-term price target of $146,000"
— Lunáticos (💯,💯) (@lunaterraluna) November 17, 2021
So does Jose Salazar who sums it up nicely:
The narrative they push is the opposite of what they do. As the saying goes "do as I say not as I do" while it should be "do as I do not as I say" Jamie Dimon once threatened his employees with termination if they bought Bitcoin all while they were making the JPMORGAN coin.
— Jose Salazar (@joseyesway) November 20, 2021
Now a new report allegedly from JPMorgan is circulating this morning with some very surprising claims.
The lead headline?
— JackTheRippler🤫🐻🏦 (@RippleXrpie) November 20, 2021
That’s right folks, JPMorgan not only talking about XRP but alerting it is “poised for significant adoption” in what many are claiming is a newly-released internal memo.
Jungle Inc. (via @_XRpizza) had claim to be screenshots of the report:
Big thanks to @_XRpizza for obtaining the JP Morgan report that highlights Ripple & XRP. Below my summary page I will post the full pages that I have. This also ties in with the Joint mCBDC report by JP Morgan that I posted yesterday. pic.twitter.com/wwztqxP5hO
— Jungle Inc Meta (@jungleincxrp) November 19, 2021
Here’s a zoom in:
Are you starting to see the puzzle come together?
Working Money Channel is:
Think about this for a second: #XRP gets U.S. clarity, @jpmorgan says $XRP is poised for HUGE adoption…a bank is saying that…an American bank. #TheDominoEffect #XRPcommunity 😉📈
📺 WATCH https://t.co/XISgATlSz4 pic.twitter.com/zSsblhDodF
— Working Money 💰 (@WorkingMoneyCH) November 20, 2021
— CryptoBoom (@GSL24236982) November 20, 2021
And from Crypto Eri:
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