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  1. Ripple included in their ecosystem https://bitsonblocks.net/2017/11/14/mas-just-released-corda-for-central-banks-so-what/?fb_action_ids=1963092917298418&fb_action_types=news.publishes&fb_source=other_multiline&action_object_map=[1448810841905157]&action_type_map=[&utm_content=buffer4703d&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer Page 63 mentioned ripple http://www.mas.gov.sg/~/media/ProjectUbin/Project Ubin Phase 2 Reimagining RTGS.pdf
    14 points
  2. Nice interview. They happened to take facebook comment questions and luckily one of mine was answered.
    13 points
  3. cuber

    Transferwise + Ripple

    Cheaper........ Check. Faster........ Check. Better........ Check. Guess they're gonna use it!
    9 points
  4. Watch Brad Garlinghouse on sgfintech festival with cnbc intl https://web.facebook.com/cnbcinternational/videos/1210957989005339/
    8 points
  5. Ok i also did some research for you on the topic. 1.http://www.volantetech.com/about/media/press-releases/tch-rtp/ volante-bny-clearinghouse 2. http://www.bankingtech.com/506352/volante-launches-a-plug-and-play-ripple-integration-solution/ the link says it all. Am i wrong? Or did he tried to fraud his followers?
    8 points
  6. Tripple

    Transferwise + Ripple

    Can anyone shed any light on this? It's from Ripple's Facebook page.
    5 points
  7. There are a lot of creative members in the Forum. So, let it all ripple in, and submit your own Ripple T-shirt design. The winner get´s Glory and I will personally pay and send the winning T-shirt design to whoever that might be. My tought is that a Moderator will help me Close this thread by the end of 2017. And then all moderators will be the Jury of the best, second best and third best Ripple T-shirt design. That is, if the Moderators don´t mind ? + ? To start it off, I contribute with a design of mine, that is not in the Competition. Just to get you All going.
    4 points
  8. I don't remember whose idea it was, but they should let Jed sell his XRP directly to R3. He gets instant, 100% liquidity and R3 gets their XRP. Two birds, one stone. Unfortunately, things often aren't that simple.
    4 points
  9. An interesting new card launched in UK for spending your hard earned Zerps !.. https://www.businessinsider.com.au/london-block-exchange-launches-prepaid-cryptocurrency-debit-card-2017-11?r=UK&IR=T
    4 points
  10. Well, those are the facts that make me not trust this guy (pompous__p), at all: - he acts under a pseudonym (me too, but I don't tease 'confidential info', so no need to trust me anyway) - he built a followership by random giveaways (as always, can not be proven if real) and by being focused on the Ripple community - once he reached a few thousand followers, he told the world his buddy ('CEO of of big US Bank') called him telling Ripple has failed and started publicly stalking Alexis Ren
    4 points
  11. This is a GREAT webinar and he puts all the pieces together. THANKS for posting the link! Very much worth watching! At about 54:40, it gets really interesting during the Q&A, where he says "We don't see a major challenge to adoption, to be honest...in terms of adoption it's really about using the banks which we've shown in the earlier slide to create the initial network. Once we scale and the banks we are working with together would allow around a 90 percent coverage of the world's global network. So, by getting those banks into multi-corridor volume which is our current phase, that makes it much easier for other banks to come online."
    4 points
  12. It will be $22.22 on Tuesday 22/02/2022 Twosday, get it? ahahaha Narf!
    4 points
  13. https://www.tradingview.com/chart/XRPUSD/wVU4zZ7L-XRP-USD-Q4-17-to-Q1-18-Elliot-Pattern-Gann/ XRP's downswing is coming to an end, forming what seems very familiar back in late April 2017 - early May 2017; the Symmetrical Triangle. This chart follows 10-years-experience using Elliot Wave and Pattern Recognition Training to take a sneak peak to what is to come next. As Q4-17 comes to an end, news is also stacked and ready to be announced. Before, getting into numbers, let's first talk about something interesting. What does technical analysis work in the first place? Crypto-currencies tend to follow similar trends, however Elliot and Patterned Triangles are imperative to understand and appreciate. It seems that Fundamental Analysis is the driving force to all movement. While yes this is true, companies and investors with deep pockets also understand the news only comes when it will be best received. Technical Analysis gives us some spot on points to where major news can be announced. Now that is cleared-up, let's get into some nitty, gritty numbers. Elliot Major 1 (40 cents) Signifies the end of Elliot Minor 5 wave completion. Fib Extension tool is set to 1.618 to where Elliot Major 3 (63 cents) will be placed as perElliot Wave Theory indicates. Elliot Correction Phase consists of multiple 12345 wave triangle formations that form into the larger ABDCE Elliot Triangle Corrections. Due to visibility, I omitted these smaller 12345 readings. Fib Extension Tool placed on E and Elliot Major 3 provide us readings on where Elliot Major 3 can be formed. Look left, structure leaves clues. Projected Elliot Major 4 may lie at 40 cents, near Elliot Major 1 reading. Gann Fan placed alongside a 45 degree angle as per rule for Gann readings indicate the speed of which a trend moves and where it might gravitate toward. Gann Fan 4/1 became the year-long support, indicating strength and bullish movement. As the chart moves back toward the center of Gann Fan 1/1, speed increases. Gann states that the speed of movement increases as structure moves away and toward the 1/1 center 45 degree line.
    3 points
  14. There's no way you wrote this with a straight face...
    3 points
  15. https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/16103/288881/the-future-is-here-blockchain-and-digital-assets-drive-change Starts in 10 minutes. https://www.profitconfidential.com/cryptocurrency/ripple/xrp-price-forecast-14-nov-builds-strength/ Figured I'd drop this off too.
    3 points
  16. Perfect @Mercury I have mailed support@ripple.com about the site.
    3 points
  17. Figure out which piece of waterfront property to best moor your yacht.
    3 points
  18. I thought these two quotes from Garlinghouse were particularly promising in the short term: “I will say that I think the institutional money is just starting to come into digital assets. And that’s true for Bitcoin, Ethereum and XRP. But I think as that money comes into this…what I mean by institutional money…you know, pension funds, fiduciary managed money...I think that will create a lot demand for digital assets and if you have fixed supply as we do with XRP, and you have increasing demand…you don’t have to be an econ major to know what happens when you have increasing demand and fixed supply.” and “…between now and the end of the year, we continue to make new momentum, signing up new banks."
    3 points
  19. "Ripple is the world's most popular Ripple wallet" It would be an XRP wallet. 13,581,791 Happy clients. Riiiiiiight "6 awards winning" The ****?
    3 points
  20. In 2011, the U.S. finally joined most of the world and switched the U.S. Patent system from a "first-to-invent" to a "first-to-file" type of system that began in 2013. And to date, Ripple has one (1) patent filed with the USPTO, and that patent application was filed with a priority date of 10/1/2015. Not going to speculate here too much (way too many factors), but MasterCard's patent and Ripple Lab's patent, more likely than not, call for different things; call for completely different methods that they want to patent, and that is just fine. However, in the unlikely scenario that both companies were attempting to patent the same methods here, Ripple's patent was filed on 10/1/2015 whereas MasterCard's patent was filed on 5/6/2016 (MC may have filed other patents). In this, again, unlikely scenario, Ripple would have the earlier priority date and was the "first to file." Ripple's patent: https://patentimages.storage.googleapis.com/fa/43/40/567f2565faf1b1/US20160224949A1.pdf MC's patent: http://appft.uspto.gov/netacgi/nph-Parser?Sect1=PTO2&Sect2=HITOFF&u=/netahtml/PTO/search-adv.html&r=1&p=1&f=G&l=50&d=PG01&S1=20170323294.PGNR.&OS=dn/20170323294&RS=DN/20170323294
    3 points
  21. ytterligare

    Goodbye to Ripple

    This thread has become a FUD magnet...
    3 points
  22. Here is an article to add to the mix regarding BTC and BCH. This may be very substantial, and I am unsure of this time frame and how this will all play out. https://www.thehedgecoingroup.com/single-post/2017/11/15/Bitcoin-Cash-Operation-1337-LEAKED-E-MAIL-Collusion-and-Manipulation
    3 points
  23. Oh that @JoelKatz, such a tease
    3 points
  24. I’ll just leave this comment from discord here
    3 points
  25. Fortunately, it's not nearly as hard as you might think. The payment looks like this: 1) Originator 2) Originating FI 3) Exchange that does the "to XRP" part 4) Exchange that does the "from XRP" part 5) Destination FI 6) Recipient 1, 2, and 3 are already in the same region. So there are no issues with them doing business with each other. 4, 5, and 6 are already in the same region. So, again, no issues there. 2 and 5 already know how to put together a compliant payment flow that crosses the two regulatory regions. They already ensure that 1, 2, 5, and 6 meet the regulatory requirements for both regions. So no issues here either. 3 knows that 2 is compliant with the regulations in its region. 3 knows who is receiving the fiat and who is supplying the XRP. 3 knows that 2 has ensured the compliance of 5 and 6. 4 knows who is receiving the XRP and who is supplying the fiat. 4 knows that 5 is compliant with the regulations for its region and has already ensured the compliance of 1 and 2. This leaves shockingly few regulatory issues left. It turns out not to be nearly as difficult as you might imagine.
    3 points
  26. I'll take a swing When I think about what news is around the corner for XRP and Ripple, it's fun to come up with these HUGE alliances (AMEX, Alipay, Amazon, etc.) but that is 98% hope, and 2% reality. In order to take a guess that is more than just hope/hype, I think you need to take a step back and look at the big picture. Since Ripple graduated from the garage and opened their doors, they've been closely aligned with regulators. Former Federal, private, and regulatory employees have been key hires since day 1. Ripple's work on the FRB Faster payments task force has been significant, and Ripple's work with Coin Center (https://ripple.com/insights/ripple-supports-efforts-drive-thoughtful-regulation/) is just one of many efforts the company continues to support in the collaboration between digital assets and regulators. In China, just around the time the "peoples republic" started banning ICO's and Digital currency exchanges (https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-09-15/china-is-said-to-call-for-bitcoin-exchange-halt-by-month-end-j7lblmdg), Ripple was posting these: 8/15 (https://www.coindesk.com/ripple-confirms-china-expansion-plans-shoots-alibaba-rumor/) 8/28 (https://cointelegraph.com/news/ripple-talks-with-peoples-bank-of-china-key-to-chinese-blockchain-market) (https://twitter.com/ripple/status/902201846592184320?lang=en) And then there's the FRB: And look who Trump is appointing as the new Fed Chair: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/11/02/business/economy/jerome-powell-federal-reserve-trump.html There's more hints I could link, but I need to get back to work. Long story short, I think we will see some very XRP friendly regulation coming out soon, and this will be the catalyst that defines XRP's place in the crypto world for years to come.
    3 points
  27. UK Reuter news is attached below ... It is coming once crypto futures are set up on the CME ... firstly, we will see infamous Bitcoin and possibly others like XRP (hmmm, Miguel Vias was formerly employed there) with the desire for a weighting/allocation of funds for the institutional funds/investors ... With gross aum/funds under management of all asset classes topping $200t (incl unlicensed underground managers), a very small slither (say $1t which is half of 1%) allocated to the new crypto market would go a long way to support higher valuations across the board ... surely, XRP will unhitch from the current 20 cent level as more and more money managers join the bandwagon ... does XRP want a piece of this action with 4% or more market share of the crypto market? Hmm, do we have sufficient supply/liquidity of XRPs in the coming 3-5 years while funds are starting to set up ... only one way up in XRP valuation to meet investors' appetite ... https://uk.reuters.com/article/us-investment-summit-man-group/man-group-says-bitcoin-futures-would-draw-it-toward-cryptocurrencies-idUKKBN1DE232 http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-11-14/massive-hedge-fund-ceo-ready-add-bitcoin-investment-universe http://www.reuters.com/article/us-investment-summit-novogratz/big-money-is-coming-to-bitcoin-ex-fortress-executive-novogratz-idUSKBN1DD2RE?feedType=RSS&feedName=summit_news&utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter
    2 points
  28. @Frank_mastro I'll be honest - I don't know the background behind that tweet; I don't know who is behind this website: https://instantglobalpayments.com/ If anybody else can comment, that' would be great - I don't think we can get any more good news than we've received already though - my God, Ripple talking to 24+ central banks? I would never have dreamed of that. Switching topics - I am of the opinion that JoelKatz was joking when he made that statement about Fed Faster Payments Task Force. In all the literature (and the videos) that I've seen from them, they are very clear that they are not "picking the winner" or forcing a choice on people. In fact, they were pretty clear that their approach would be to let the market decide the victor. Of course I'm going to drop a link to one of my blogs! https://xrphodor.wordpress.com/2017/07/22/fed-faster-payments-task-force-recommendation-ripple-in-everything-but-name/
    2 points
  29. I'd be willing to bet with you, if XRP becomes successful enough Coinbase's ideological opposition to Ripple would melt faster than ice cream.
    2 points
  30. All I see are affiliate links rotfl
    2 points
  31. excuse me? Closed-minded people like you need to leave this forum
    2 points
  32. Perverted thought, but you have a point.
    2 points
  33. Coinbase will never support a centralized coin I believe, that's the only thing that makes this a dream
    2 points
  34. I'm not a daytrader, so I accumulate and HODL. I have made some swing trades, but rarely. It's just not my strategy or style. I'm more interested in seeing where XRP is in 12 months vs 12 minutes.
    2 points
  35. nice find, also bring a result for monero but not for other coins like zcash, dash...
    2 points
  36. perhaps not a typo?
    2 points
  37. 2 points
  38. Ripple is not directly mentioned on project ubin, rather the Accenture covered up
    2 points
  39. It's at 28:08 when talking about autonomous taxi.
    2 points
  40. Yeah, I think that much is ubiquitous on Twitter Cryptomarkets related posts. The amount of pure fluff that is available on twitter and youtube collectively is absolutely stunning...
    2 points
  41. yerr nahh, people say "only spend what you can afford to loose"! I say "spend twice as much as you can afford to lose and be prepared to sell". Thus, 1k is not enough. Double it up and move to a 5 figure hodl, that way you'll really "feel it".
    2 points
  42. Didn't say it was a big deal. Just sometimes you get sick of registering for this and that and this and that and this and that and this and that and...... There must be someone else in this universe who understands what I mean.
    2 points
  43. i can tell you when this will happen: At the end of the triangle :-D
    2 points
  44. well, this year XRP made a jump from $.01 to $.40, so there's about 4000% gains. If it did it again, we'd be at $8.20/xrp with a market cap of $328billion with todays circulation? Who knows what will happen. but in the past couple weeks the overall crypto cap according to coinmarketcap has jumped from $160b to $209b so there's a 25% increase in overall. Some think that the crypto cap will reach $2trillion. Anything could happen. we could see slow growth of 10-25% at a time in XRP as banks slowly adopt it, or we could see an explosive momentum when suddenly the large FI's are moving a trillion dollars in volume, or maybe someone like Coinbase picks up the coin at $1 and the masses flock to it to drive another few hundred billion dollars in volume. Or maybe nothing at all. But the Ripple folks are sitting on a ridiculous amount of money for how quiet they are. Lets take this into true consideration. Ripple is sitting on a $15 Billion warchest. Facebook's Total revenues for the entire year of 2014 were only $12billion gross. In 2015 it was $17billion. But everyone in the world knows who facebook is. Ripple is "supposedly" sitting on $15 billion in working capital themselves. Things to consider; how much clout does it take to attract the individuals that Ripple attracted to Swell? Truly think about the speakers that were there. Bernanke, Berners-Lee. Think about the representation and fireside chats with folks from amazing companies like GE, Airbnb, Uber, etc. Think about this last event Ripple had hosting "over 2 dozen central banks" from "around the world". How do they get these people to show up if Ripple doesn't carry some serious clout? How does Ripple even get a hold of these people if they aren't connected and selling a product that these folks actually are interested in? It's so difficult to know where this train is going when it leaves the station, however the seemingly quiet events that Ripple is hosting leads me to think that they're not working towards $100 million, or even a $billion in volumes, but much more considering the key demographic they're not only targeting, but getting attention from. Ripple isn't a hodge podge collective of kids with a garage startup. These are huge events, connections, and breakthroughs.
    2 points
  45. This question has come up a number of times asked in a number of ways. To paraphrase all of those threads.... 'maybe'
    2 points
  46. People say they hate banks, but everyone uses them. I get called a banking shill and I'm the one who's actually unbanked! Crypto people can be stupid and short-sighted. What we have now, Coinbase, is the worst of both worlds without any of the benefits. No consumer protections and no transparency. Coinbase is holding $3 BILLION in customer crypto without providing any sort of proof of reserves. That is INSANE.
    2 points
  47. You know damn well you'll receive a fidget spinner.
    2 points
  48. As these guys live on my neighborhood I sent them a message in Finnish asking to verify their status and connection with Ripple. The phone numbers presented here are to the UK but contact address is in a HELSINKI Suburb - just also noticed that they slightly mispresent their address details, so would respectfully suggest NOT to deal with them at this point. If you have an official address you probably know the zip code correctly... I know I would. I will let you know if they reply anything that changes my mind from the above suggestion.
    1 point
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