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  1. 35 points
    https://www.xrparcade.com/news/ripple-to-complete-global-coverage-by-mid-2021-and-plug-moneygrams-cash-payout-to-ripplenet-this-year/
  2. 24 points
    https://www.xrparcade.com/news/five-new-ripple-customers-revealed-seventeen-running-on-the-cloud/
  3. 8 points
    Panopticon

    We're all idiots

    Oh boy!!! What kind of person spends considerable time to browse through 2500 comments of yours to find those that fit his narrative to prove whatever in an anonymous internet speculative forum? I suppose some people in here seriously need to get a life
  4. 7 points
    2ndtimearound

    We're all idiots

    Well what do we have here....looks like XRP hodlers like me are living rent free in your head... Since you spent probably 30 mins on this personal attack (I'm feelin' it) - I'm still well in profit overall thanks to the first time around....I guess a dunce like me gets lucky sometimes. Did you profit from XRP? I guess not as your comment history is highly concentrated with sodium chloride. If you can resist looking back and stop being *that guy* for a moment, tell us what's happening in the next 12 months, genius?
  5. 6 points
    jMusic

    Epic Pennant on BTC Chart

    Interesting time approaching (circled in white)... Price already crossed the first FLD (red) which is the early warning signal. Now if it can continue and cross the second (yellow FLD) we should see a push up to around $10,000 again. If we break through there, +/- $10,200 and $10,600 are likely resistance. In addition, there is a triple cma cross looming and as such the price is close to the mean. We are also still in an uptrend.
  6. 6 points
    Eric123

    Epic Pennant on BTC Chart

    Bitcoin has now been above the Down Trend Line for 20 Days. Bollinger Bands continue to tighten, they usually don't stay this tight without breaking. In regards to the correlation with the equities markets, yeah there is no denying crypto's crashed in early March with the rest of the markets. Over the long term it will be interesting to see how this remains. I don't think this will continue. Equities are mainly held up by Central Bank monetary policy and Government Spending - all of which is also good for Crypto but for the opposite reason, so in my opinion even if the asset inflation in equities caused by Central Banks evaporates cryptos should continue up. Anyway here is what some people are saying about the correlation between bitcoin and stocks. https://cointelegraph.com/news/binance-research-finds-bitcoin-correlated-to-stocks-but-not-for-long
  7. 5 points
    jMusic

    Epic Pennant on BTC Chart

    Of course, though I'm no expert (is anyone ). It's based on Hurst cycles, ie. price is the sum of waves of various frequencies and amplitudes, which utilizes displaced simple moving averages. The cma (blue, green and fuchsia centered MA's) are displaced backwards half a cycle and envelopes calculated around them. The FLD's are the price displaced forward by half a cycle (and others). The triple cma cross is significant because it usually occurs half-way during a move, so you can estimate where/when the move will end. The uptrend is the dotted white line (called a VTL by Hurst with very specific rules). If you check out some of my previous posts there is more info there too including how waves combine to form price. You should also be able to find Hurst's books including "The Profit Magic of Stock Transaction Timing" plus his whole "Cycles Course" in pdf form on the internet. I've written a script in Trading View that automates most of this and I did offer to post the code if anyone was interested, but nobody was !
  8. 5 points
    Caracappa

    We're all idiots

    It is not worth the effort. These type of guys will always respond in hindsight with their wisdom. Will say they have been right all the time as long as a bearmarket takes, never speculate about price or time schedules and dissappear if it takes of. Its the position that will always win the troll, but usually never won real profits as they trade exactly as they preach.
  9. 5 points
    ManBearPig

    Epic Pennant on BTC Chart

    I highly appreciate @Eric123's charts and hope he continues to post them. In my opinion I think BTC will continue to be volatile with socio economic events and skew the BTC curve. It could accelerate it as well (insert speculation here). VET has become my 2nd largest bag with its recent pump though I enjoyed it more when it was less popular with moon boys talking about it. Solid use case just like XRP. XRP is still a heavy bag but think it needs USA regulatory clarity that I wish would have further progressed by now. Bigger issues are taking away from that. Speaking as an American, international countries financial centers can definitely take that throne away. Other high market cap cryptos have their own potential as well.
  10. 4 points
    https://www.xrparcade.com/news/volantes-platform-can-be-used-to-settle-through-xrp/
  11. 4 points
    FreedomGundam

    Where's Hodor?

    I check your Profile. You have been here since season 1 premier. Thanks for watching "Games of Ripples" lol.
  12. 4 points
    Parabellum

    Where's Hodor?

    Believe what you want. Being around in the XRP sphere for 5+ years I have seen Ripple turn ship many times, and have witnessed a long list of broken promises and things that might even be called criminal in hindsight. Promises are one thing (you are referring to that, let's be honest): actually delivering on those promises is something else altogether. And the latter, sadly, is a thing in which Ripple's track record is anything but stellar. You will know that if you have been around for a longer time. It is not about being fast enough either: I have been patient enough so far (arguably a lot more so than nearly all people here today) and will remain patient, albeit with some reservations into 2021 at which point I will re-evaluate. I will not hype myself, however.
  13. 4 points
    Only guessing, but I understood it to mean that ... MG has tons and tons of locations like corner shops and post offices where you can go and collect money when someone sends it to you, but not every one of these individual locations is part of "ripplenet" itself. Presumably MG has some infrastructure in place that tells shop owner in "middle of nowhere" town that funds have been received and please give Mr X local currency (of whatever amount was sent in some other currency minus fees). That means that the main transaction might happen on ripplenet, but then a separate message is sent via the existing MG tech to the final destination. I assumed what they meant was that these would be integrated in such a way that the ripplenet payment would interact directly with the existing MG tech and then the final step would be simplified (not knowing how it currently happens, I'm really just guessing). Analogous to the "last mile" problem in telecomms.
  14. 4 points
    Thanks @Frans It's what we are doing Our algorithm in 5 steps : 1) Search all ODL TRX between exchanges that providing API for new corridors basing on trades sum matching on both exchanges (when found, we store information about DT/SOURCE/DESTINATION for step 4) 2) Search all ODL TRX between all exchanges, that are followed by a sell in the local currency (in case source exchange not providing API (when found, we store information about DT/SOURCE/DESTINATION for step 4) 3) Search for all ODL TRX from exchanges with API to all exchanes (in case destination exchange not providing API) (* when found, we store information about DT/SOURCE/DESTINATION for step 4) 4) Search all ODL TRX between exchanges that providing API, basing on confirmed destination tag 5) Search offledger ODL, within the same exchange when it has more thn one fiat pair, for exemple EUR->USD, XRP buy trades grouped by the same timestamp are found on the EUR market and a few seconds later, XRP sell trades with the same amount grouped by the same timestamp are found on the USD market ** 6) We also do a manual analysis on xrpl based on a CSV which is generated every day and which lists the most frequent DT, it is a research base for us : here is the last generated SOURCE EXCHANGE;SOURCE ADDRESS;DESTINATION EXCHANGE;DESTINATION ADDRESS;TAG;REPEATED ;rw2ciyaNshpHe7bCHo4bRWq6pqqynnWKQg;;rLNaPoKeeBjZe2qs6x52yVPZpZ8td4dc6w;1;540 bitstamp;rDsbeomae4FXwgQTJp9Rs64Qg9vDiTCdBv;coin.ph;rU2mEJSLqBRkYLVTv55rFTgQajkLTnT6mA;255577;440 ;rw2ciyaNshpHe7bCHo4bRWq6pqqynnWKQg;;rwpTh9DDa52XkM9nTKp2QrJuCGV5d1mQVP;1;197 btc_market;rU7xJs7QmjbiyxpEozNYUFQxaRD5kueY7z;bitstamp;rDsbeomae4FXwgQTJp9Rs64Qg9vDiTCdBv;58871619;140 bitstamp;rDsbeomae4FXwgQTJp9Rs64Qg9vDiTCdBv;coin.ph;rU2mEJSLqBRkYLVTv55rFTgQajkLTnT6mA;255406;140 bitstamp;rDsbeomae4FXwgQTJp9Rs64Qg9vDiTCdBv;bitso;rLSn6Z3T8uCxbcd1oxwfGQN1Fdn5CyGujK;25370527;139 ;rKdDdrbU3MedsG7VtBAir4RjC35tzjDZnr;;rHWcuuZoFvDS6gNbmHSdpb7u1hZzxvCoMt;1;96 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  15. 4 points
    Hi @mouradski I might have some ideas to solve some of the problems with the partial ODL transactions David Schwartz mentioned. David described 3 scenarios: 1- sender already has XRP = ODL (because receiver must exchange XRP into FIAT) 2- receiver accepts XRP = ODL (because sender must exchange FIAT into XRP) 3- if sender already has XRP ánd receiver accepts XRP it's not ODL, but XRP payment Possible solutions: Scenario 1: Sender already has XRP He sends it to the foreign (other) exchange, there it gets sold into FIAT. For simplicity, let's let's first look at transactions where both exchanges are in different coutries and NEED the XRPL to send those XRP The only thing visible on the XRPL would be the sending of those XRP, on the receiving exchange there is a sell into FIAT Since we know this is controlled by Ripplenet, that has almost instant access to the orderbooks and the XRPL, you might want to look at the timestamps. The one of the XRPL transaction (the movement of XRP) and the one of the sell on the receiving exchange. Those timestamps should be really, really close, less than a second, maybe even milliseconds, since it's all automated by Ripplenet. A person could not be that fast Maybe the lists with transactions you have in the API outputs can give some insight as to how much time elapses between the sending and selling ? Not sure how to do it for Bitstamp that has more FIAT pairings, thereby eliminating the need for sending via the XRPL, yet Scenario 2: Receiver accepts XRP Sender needs to buy XRP that is sent to receiver's wallet Simplest way is to look at how many transactions end up in the same wallet (DT) Since here too, the XRPL is used to send XRP just a couple of seconds after the buy (consensus mechanism) checking the diffence in timestamps between the buy and the sending of XRP gives you another layer of certainty, since a couple of seconds would be impossible for normal users whose transactions through the exchange's vetting process, Scenario 3: If sender already has XRP ánd receiver accepts XRP it's not ODL, but XRP payment This would be visible on the XRPL, but the only thing that would probably stand out would be the number of transactions into the same receiving wallet (DT), no sane person will send more than a couple of times a day, given the fees I am not sure what you have implemented already, so hope this helps, but maybe you already have it solved
  16. 3 points
  17. 3 points
    "....seventeen running on the Cloud." That's impressive for how recently Ripple rolled out the Cloud. Ripple is now picking up momentum at a blistering pace. It's incredible what they've been able to accomplish in only a few short years: against a lot of resistance even. The seemingly vast supply of xrp locked up in escrow, will very soon, not appear to be nearly as excessive, or over-the-top as it once did. Regulatory clarity is next.....
  18. 3 points
    Thanks for all your hard word. If it weren't for you, imo, this forum would barely have any "pulse" left.
  19. 3 points
    Dario_o

    Where's Hodor?

    someone is still watching Season 4 reruns
  20. 3 points
  21. 3 points
    Plikk

    Where's Hodor?

    Died in season 6. Move on.
  22. 3 points
    2ndtimearound

    We're all idiots

    The path to enlightenment is to over-invest in an asset, panic sell when it's months into a bear market, complain on messageboards about that asset you lost money on, then watch it go on a bull run, buy the top and repeat the process.
  23. 2 points
    Silkjaer

    Phishing continues, watch out

    The phishing attacks starting as on ledger memo spam, now e-mail spam, is still making new victims. https://coil.com/p/xrplorer/The-homoglyph-heist/AUieXW_1D The current state (June 15) is more than 2,100,000 XRP stolen and 1,980,000 XRP laundered, mainly through to swap services: ChangeNOW and CoinSwitch.
  24. 2 points
    Brilliant news - Crypto Eri has picked up on this story too - see beginning of this video, I think you are perhaps in daily contact with each other
  25. 2 points
    I am going to do a video about this anyway (been meaning to for a while, like 2018 lol), it may be better if you would like have a virtual beer, we could do a skype/zoom chat and record it and share. This is ruffly an outline of what I am intending to do a video about. I figured video would be quicker than written format. P2P investment - liquidity risk & diversify exposures. patents Thompson Reuters - property appraisers & clerk of court software - R3 Property managers - recurring revenue biz model Virtual Roof and TryMyROI P2P pricing mechanism secondary markets - liquidity Titles - biforcation - creation of sub markets tokins and doc stamps
  26. 2 points
    Sihtegroftnod

    Epic Pennant on BTC Chart

    Oh c'mon. This guy is an absolute joke.
  27. 2 points
    fatlever

    We're all idiots

    Nobody can tell you with certainty what is going to happen to 100% speculative assets like crypto that have ZERO fundamentals. What you can notice are new narrative hypes and long term trends developing that are in line with past movements. I pointed out to this trend about a year ago in the thread "Under 4000 Satoshi for the first time since 2017" saying XRP has dropped below 4000 SATS and will keep dropping because it looked like the same scenario from the 2014-2016 BTC bear/recovery playing out. Meanwhile there are people like you who are completely delusional and pointed out in that thread that XRP was a complete steal at $0.60. For people like you, XRP is a steal at $2, $1, $0.80, $0.60.......and has imaginary fundamentals. Also for the the past 2 1/2 years any critical thought of an asset with constantly bleeding price is ridiculed at being invested in price appreciation and not realizing the great imaginary fundamentals of XRP and the progress Ripple is making. Only in crypto investments are people this delusional to make such an argument. I've repeatedly stated since the bear market began there is no trend towards XRP recovery and bounce. Since I started in early 2017, don't baghold and don't DCA trying to catch falling knives, I've made really really good gains. I still held a very small amount which during the Under 4000 Satoshi for the first time since 2017" thread which was money wasted as XRP kept bleeding and that amount is almost negligible now. I also actually sold a ton of XRP for XRB (Raiblocks/Nano) when I noticed a narrative hype developing when both XRP and Nano were ~$1 in December 2017 and I sold Nano for $24-34 which was enough to pay off my house while XRP only reached ~$3 range while being told by people in here XRB is joke and XRP is a FinTech leader breaking into banking. The mistake you're making is bagholding, DCA into a sunken cost, talking about imaginary fundamentals and progress and partnerships Ripple is making when the obvious trend for almost 3 years has been down down down. Crypto is based on Bitcoin movements, narratives and speculative hype -- I realized this in early 2018. If you still haven't realized by now and are chasing imaginary fundamentals and good news from Ripple, you're lost and have been losing money for years and missing out on opportunities where tech stocks have made huge moves.
  28. 2 points
    2ndtimearound

    We're all idiots

    It's a weird thing. I haven't invested in 10,000+ assets across all kinds of asset classes that have gone down in value in recent years. Heck, 95%+ of cryptos have gone down 70%+ since the last major bull run. I guess I could find cohorts of people who have invested in those assets and start bugging them with my incredible 20/20 hindsight. But....frankly, I'd find it boring. Not even sad or pathetic so much....just boring.
  29. 2 points
    ManBearPig

    Epic Pennant on BTC Chart

    It's not a Hijack, rather it's a legit correlation that data continues to build upon and consider, while the actions being taken by central banks should be highly contradicting the correlation.
  30. 2 points
    This is massive. We all new it was coming, but holy hell to have a timeline.
  31. 2 points
    Julian_Williams

    Where's Hodor?

    SME are not poor guys or millenials, they are comapnies that sometimes employ up to 100 employees and move sizeable chunks of money. Many send hundreds of thousands, even millions, a month. The heritage correspondence banking system is not working well, it is breaking down, and people do not trust it. For a start it cannot deal with volatility between fiat currencies and it is failing to deliver securely, in fact it only works by correspondence banks prefunding and risking money will not devalue on a big scale. It also puts the FX trade in the hands of just a few very big banks. They can't "buy" the latest technology, because the latest technology is not for sale off the shelf. The latest technology has to be built, regulated and tested and then the banks have to adapt their old systems to adopt it, the latest tech is useless if it has not also been made compatible with other banks
  32. 2 points
    https://www.xrparcade.com/news/banco-rendimento-becomes-the-first-bank-to-join-ripples-cloud-service/
  33. 2 points
    Nop, down toward 1500 and then possibly 1000.
  34. 2 points
    Parabellum

    Where's Hodor?

    Still looking for a usecase indeed: I see them mostly trying to throw sh*t at a wall the past 2-3 years to find out what sticks. The fact that Ripple is still 'looking' in 2020 is a great cause for concern. You can't keep steering the ship around all the time. Moreover, you can ask yourself if Ripple started to stall under Garlinghouse his wings. Maybe it is time for a change in leadership, given the (very) poor results from 2018 onwards regarding the utilisation of XRP.
  35. 2 points
    A lioness, according to Aesop, was asked by some other animals how many cubs she produced at one birth. She said: "One - but that one is a lion." (Thank you for all the news!)
  36. 2 points
    baobeiiiii

    We're all idiots

    That said, my Doctor prescribed me some Xanax/Valium... i'm chill no matter what happens to the price. I'll be chill if a meteor hits my home.
  37. 2 points
    ManBearPig

    We're all idiots

    Only invest what you can afford to lose and be prepared for your investment to go to zero. XRP has a higher chance of failing than succeeding. With that said, I bought some more XRP yesterday.
  38. 1 point
    He asked a question, I replied like anyone else can, what is your problem? Feel free to respond with your opinion and we will see who is right. Where is it going @Caracappa?
  39. 1 point
    How come people think you're a troll... When others say something 'will' happen you attack. But your opinion presented as truth is fine. No troll, just a hypocrit.
  40. 1 point
    menu - account - ignored users.
  41. 1 point
    How do I add a user to ignore list, when browsing from mobile?
  42. 1 point
    https://ripple.com/insights/banco-rendimento-runs-on-ripplenet-cloud/
  43. 1 point
    @RippleRicky I am just asking you to practice some rationality, that is all. There are no guarantees here, and you could lose everything, no matter how hard you 'believe'. Take a good look at my profile about when I joined. The deranged XRP investor was not here back then: the mindset was very different, and more mature.
  44. 1 point
    Valhalla_Guy

    Where's Hodor?

    I’m pretty sure Hodor is posting under the name “Tiffany Hayden”. Maybe you have noticed; that the two of them are never seen together.
  45. 1 point
    baobeiiiii

    We're all idiots

    Because you're the Pied Piper, and the children are wary of you.
  46. 1 point
    Dario_o

    We're all idiots

    I'm not convinced you're not a very lousy opinionist https://www.xrpchat.com/profile/8535-googo/content/?type=forums_topic&change_section=1
  47. 1 point
    XRP_to_20dollars

    We're all idiots

    Oh please....
  48. 1 point
    Caracappa

    We're all idiots

    Starting a topic for: "We're all idiots for believing *insert random theory* Let's all believe my random theory!" Who's the idiot...
  49. 1 point
    Bearmark

    We're all idiots

    Let’s let everyone decide for themselves.
  50. 1 point
    RipplingAlong

    We're all idiots

    Speak for yourself.
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