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  1. XRPwinning

    ODL Viewer

    Been working on a ODL viewer. Has daily info, full history, recent transactions. Let me know if you have any suggestions! I can make the changes asap. Data is provided by Mourads API https://utility-scan.com/#/dashboard Here it is, https://www.xledg.com/
    27 points
  2. Hope you find some interesting tidbits in here. Much you have already seen, some might be new. It's a wrap-up of XRP and Ripple news over the past week: https://cryptoking.org/xrp-weekly-report-may-29-2020-steady-odl-growth/ The Weekly Report takes the "glass is half full"-approach. Of course more controversial topics are not ignored as you'll see, but overall the Weekly Report should give a general overview of how much progress Ripple and XRP are making. With focus on XRP. I plan to publish this aggregated report every Friday. Fingers crossed the news flow will be interest
    8 points
  3. Bollinger Bands continue to tighten on Bitcoin, Litecoin and XRP. This is the tightest the bollinger bands have been on XRP since the run up from .006 in early 2017!! Less than .01 difference on the bands. Which direction do we break? Well it looks like Ethereum is leading the way and that way is up.
    6 points
  4. jbjnr

    ODL Viewer

    That's very nice. Good job. Saves me worrying about integrating my graphs with utility-scan. Though I'd like to see the stacked bar-style plots rather than the line graphs for different corridors weeky/monthly/quarterly etc etc if you can add them. I'll happily donate my python scripts if you're interested.
    4 points
  5. Trisky

    My own bank?

    I hope I posted this in the right spot, XRP is my primary hodl bag and was looking to use it together with banking services for convenience. I have looked for other (EUR) ways to get a good solid and reliable way to get some interest on my money without bunch of restrictions because my bank is getting more and more expensive and a lot more reasons for sure. I came across a platform called Nexo. Created an account for experiences and immediately was sold. Great interest on your EUR (and/or $) account of 8% (also on some stabilecoins, for XRP etc. interest is coming as well) and your a
    3 points
  6. mouradski

    ODL Viewer

    impressive !! good work
    3 points
  7. 2ndtimearound

    Anytime soon

    Who knows...but I think 2021 will be the "new 2017" if we go by Bitcoin halvings...just got to keep your XRP in an old sock in the attic, then dust them off and sell them next year.
    3 points
  8. at3n

    Official paper wallet

    In fairness, what's missing from that screenshot is that you need to have node installed, be familiar with a command-line environment and Javascript, and install ripple-lib. @JasCrypto I wouldn't recommend this route for you unless you're a programmer already. Having said that, it is probably the most secure method (if you do it in a secure environment), but it's a steep learning curve. If you're still not happy to trust any wallet (which is understandable), you could split up your XRP between different wallets created with different software. At least you're less
    2 points
  9. Autobridged - On XRP Ledger, preformed automatically by Pathfinding the best Quality while searching across both Direct and Synthetic orderbooks. Synthetic Orderbook - The combination of two orderbooks using a common denominator, to facilitate a movement of value from A --> XRP --> B when that synthetic path has a better Quality. I looked and didnt find anything specifically saying so, but if I remember right Pathfinding is built to optimize for the best Quality (cheapest path). The old wiki documentation looks like it has been taken down. https://github.com/ripple/ripple
    2 points
  10. XRPwinning

    ODL Viewer

    Thanks for the feedback everyone! Had the same thought for the history filters, just been in MVP mode. And yeah mobile definitely isn’t polished yet sry bout that. @Trisky whatcha mean by direct competition pairings? ill try to get these suggestions done ASAP thanks again all!
    2 points
  11. Dogowner5

    ODL Viewer

    If you touch or hover it pops out and says.
    2 points
  12. This explains that hacker - I'm sorry, researcher - who got caught at the aquarium with a lightning rod and a gravity beam...
    1 point
  13. Caracappa

    Anytime soon

    So you keep the ledger and the seeds paper in the same box? What was your adress you said?
    1 point
  14. I gave you the solution in my previous post. If you don't trust David Schwartz (aka Joel Katz), CTO of Ripple, to steer you in the right direction, then you have more problems than we can solve here.
    1 point
  15. Skippy

    My own bank?

    I tried NEXO small scale with EUR and was very happy. However they are quite opaque with the whole "$100M insured" thing and I am not sure which situations the insure governs and is the amount for the whole platform or your own account only? I think this part is easily misunderstood. Also there has been discussion in situations where you deposit your crypto and in some case, the platform has the right to "purchase" your crypto off for the market price. I personally think this is a bit far fetched to have any real backfiring effects but one thing to consider. I still think there's s
    1 point
  16. pucksterpete

    My own bank?

    I'm with you on NEXO, to have the % they offer and $100M insurance...Beats the hell out of any bank. Possibilities with crypto are endless
    1 point
  17. Trisky

    ODL Viewer

    Yeah real slick. Functionality in simplicity.
    1 point
  18. Zerpiet

    ODL Viewer

    Yes, my point exactly. The way e.g. Plotly solves this is by having a double-click on one pairing display only that one pairing (hence hiding the rest). See for example the third graph here. Something like that would be great.
    1 point
  19. panmores

    XRP Weekly Market Report

    Great input, thanks. Will find its place in the next Weekly Report
    1 point
  20. Trisky

    ODL Viewer

    Awesome site, top notch. Maybe '(De-)sellect all' as filter option for comfort (see pic). If you want to select only two pair you have to click 7x to get the two desired benchmark pairs. If you can arrange all the direct competition pairings in there as well for options you will become the #1 crypto universal overlord supreme meister in my book. Nice incentive as well for all parties involved I believe (a man can dream)... The mobile 'version' isn't the same experience and I can imagine this is still work in progress?
    1 point
  21. Zerpiet

    ODL Viewer

    Great stuff! I love it. One minor nitpick: I don't think 'CUMULATIVE MONTHLY VOLUME' is the proper term here (but I could be wrong), as the graph is not cumulative but rather aggregated by month. It would be interesting to see a cumulative chart, for example to check the total volume that has been transferred through ODL (which only recently passed 1B and is already at 1.27 now). EDIT: I'd also love to see weekly aggregated numbers (perhaps similar to jbjnr's bar chart, or similar to your 'full history' line chart), as this should remove the seasonality caused by low volumes in the w
    1 point
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  23. Jotaro

    Anytime soon

    I dust off my XRP every single day, my daily routine every morning pull out my drawer to see if my ledger nano box is still there, unbox it to see if the ledger is still there, further unbox it to see if my seeds paper is still there, then gently and sensually caress and wipe the ledger with the thumb of my right hand, then put it all back together, push back the drawer, and start my day. #spread the cesar virus
    1 point
  24. To quote another topic: "The fuse has been lit"
    1 point
  25. Julian_Williams

    ODL Viewer

    wow - very good work - thank you I like the month vol metric confused by which colour is what on the daily vol by corridor?
    1 point
  26. Exactly I agree with you it is not the old autobridging from the DEX, but, if it looks like a duck and it quacks like a duck, maybe might as well call it a duck.
    1 point
  27. Haha, thanks! Guess that was a snippet from... well... November 2020's report?
    1 point
  28. Yeah, what @JoelKatz is saying is that each ledger operator (Polenex exchange in his example) can internally "autobridge" aka "match transactions across 3 currencies". This makes sense. Any Exchange can operate as a "market maker", and Ripple can loan them XRP using Payment Channels as I articulated in What could xPool be? It is important for XRP transactions to be able to occure off ledger. It solves the 3 second TX time delay, and offers infinite TX scalability with XRP as the common denominator.
    1 point
  29. IOUs can be setup on a bank's xCurrent ledger with the terms/cost of the relationship represented via Quality In/Out. This would enable "distributed Pathfinding" across RippleNet. I described this in the How xPool write up. IOUs can also have demurrage which is a negative interest rate. That can be used to engineer a loan arrangement. It can also be used with a positive interest rate. PayChans can be used to facilitate loans across ledger (ILPish) as I articulated in What could xPool be? Remember this is all accounting options for various desired market dynamics.
    1 point
  30. I saw this "lowest common denominator" strategy immediately when autobridging was first announced. It was as brilliant as ILP. ODL must preform a routing function to move the value from end point to end point. I think RippleNet can accomplish routing the value through multiple xCurrent/Rippled ledgers automatically. With many options for routing orders on each bank's ledger, the value can consume multiple orders per ledger also, (like packet switching). In my How xPool write up I explained how the routing function could be accomplished using what I called "Distributed Pathfin
    1 point
  31. I thought that GBP was one of the first corridors planned with Cambridge, EXIM and Mercury FX operating with xRapid. Who knows what happened with these plans... (29/5) Well in the meantime some news had appeared...
    1 point
  32. https://www.xrparcade.com/news/bitstamp/
    1 point
  33. Brilliant news - The Euro - USD corridor is already second biggest ODL Adding Euro / Pound and Pound Sterling / US Dollar will be another big addition. and then there are all those other corridors - pound/PH and pound/Mex Peso Each new addition to the network adds multiple new corridors!
    1 point
  34. Look at those Bands Tighten. JP Morgan has come around. Goldman Sachs hasn't yet but they will https://dailyhodl.com/2020/05/27/in-sudden-crypto-turnaround-jpmorgan-now-says-bitcoin-btc-is-significantly-undervalued/
    1 point
  35. And to think that so many of us wonder what the point of trying to help people is.
    1 point
  36. One thing that was troubling me recently, is the disappearance of the AUD/PHP corridor as can be seen clearly in this plot - the brown bars go away near the end of April. This new off-ledger EUR/USD corridor makes me wonder if the AUD/PHP stuff has gone the same way. Are there exchanges that use both currencies that might be doing that? I'm not able to extract off-ledger info using my current scripts and I don't want to duplicate the effort that @mouradski et al have put into utility scan - is there any way I can easily assimilate EUR/USD data into my plots? Question for @mouradski - how
    1 point
  37. Blockchain industry forecasted to grow by an annualized compounded growth of 67% from 2020-2025. How this translates to digital asset price appreciation is not able to be definitely ascertained, calculated, or identified. Bitcoin is in its own world as far as being an independent store of value instrument to hedge against centralized banking fiat. My gut tells me BTC, XRP, as well as other speculative alts are worth hodling for years to come.
    1 point
  38. I don't know if David hinted at it.But I seem to increase EUR / USD pair volume. https://utility-scan.com/#/dashboard I think this is probably caused by autobridge bridging two order books with XRP. For example, I think Bitstamp's XRP/USD and XRP/EUR order books are automatically synthesized. https://xrpl.org/autobridging.html https://xrpl.org/blog/2014/introducing-offer-autobridging.html
    1 point
  39. KarmaCoverage

    ODL EUR/USD

    ODL market makers will want to borrow XRP (just think of it leverage for their inventory) to conduct their business. I'd expect that as liquidity depth grows, so will demand to borrow XRP (more business to do)... and like I said in my previous comment, I expect interest rates to be rising for the rest of my life, or at least my effective working life. Market Makers will earn a spread, which competition should shrink to a minimum. The spread will be the difference between their borrowing costs, and the interest rate they sell access to XRP at. These borrowing/selling interest rates should
    1 point
  40. KarmaCoverage

    ODL EUR/USD

    I guess, but I have never sold any XRP, and I may never sell. I'd prefer to rent/lend it, and earn a passive cash flow stream that grows over the decades (due to XRP appreciation and rising interest rates). I have not started this yet, needed to wait till divorce was done. Now I'm looking at Self Directed Roth IRAs to protect any capital appreciation from XRP. Roth IRA contributions are limited to $6k USD/yr, so I'm thinking of dumping $6k of XRP into the Roth, then if at some point I need to sell I can do so post tax. Still unclear how any existing capital gain would be taxed at the time of I
    1 point
  41. MoneyGram seems to be in a death spiral which ODL has not significantly slowed down, which is strange because it should be giving them a huge competitive advantage according to the principles of using XRP as a bridging currency. They do get a real benefit because it seems the greater the ODL volumes, the more Ripple has to pay them in XRP, which MoneyGram immediately sells but that is not great for XRP Hodlers.🤔
    1 point
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