Ripple is utterly amazing. It will be the backbone for all asian banks. It may take over all of them, frankly. Ethereum is more technology, and Bitcoin a currency.
Ripple can reduce moving assets around down 60% of costs. It can free up trillions of dollars that are required to be held up in asset reserves.
But you have to realize that there isn't the necessity exactly to make XRP for example become the face value of the other currencies/assets in order to move them. For that reason it while it may replace the use of trillions of dollars, it doesn't necessarily have to be worth trillions of dollars to do just that. The important part is that it's an immutable binary decentralized system. Point being is you can't fudge it or manipulate it in traditional senses, and it's a yes or not question everytime it is used so there isn't the "is it true we have the money" verification etc... And the security comes from being decentralized.
If Ripple tanked it price, I'd say buy as much as you can. But as is you might expect to see it double. But $300, $3000 ? Probably never. It doesn't really have that purpose.
I started out buying Bitcoin as a way to pay for some web services, then slowly kept buying to hold it as part of my high risk portfolio. I am thinking about selling course on bitcoin. Since more people are getting attracted to the idea of non-finite crypto like ETH. The run up I've seen on Bitcoin is greater than any other security I have ever held in my history of investing. Truly insane.
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