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  1. More sideways movement from Bitcoin. Bollinger Bands continue to tighten, hash rate remains high.
    3 points
  2. What, my beautiful face isn't in there?
    2 points
  3. I'll throw in my 2 cents. I'll start with the how many customers are on Ripple. I stopped measuring this and I no longer care what Ripple announces. Accenture, Temenos and the likes have been providing Banking as a Service and that is the future of banking. Long gone will be the days of banks having to spend millions if not collectively billions a year trying to keep up with an IT department that's only their to ensure their inhouse systems actually talk to each other. Banks can save billions by digitilisation and moving towards banking as a service. The fact that Ripple connects to Acce
    2 points
  4. Investment fund details: Shares: Ripple, Common Stock Sales Fee: 5.00% Share Price: $20.00 (incl. fees, $21.00) Last Valuation: $11.07B Deal's Implied Valuation: $3.6B Discount to Last Valuation: 67.47% Most Recent Funding Size: $300M Minimum Fund Investment Size: $20,000 Per equity Zen https://equityzen.com/invest/9856934/
    1 point
  5. Brainstorm insights. 1/ SBI Holdings are going to pay XRP "dividends" (when blink) if min. 100 shares. This may mean that if companies switch to crypto rewards instead of dividends in future, their security stock offering can be "perfectly" tokenized and divs paid out instantly. 2/ If a user buys xUSD then swaps for xEUR or xAPPL, did they really do a TRADE?! It's all in XRP "under the hood". Think about it. Tax implications?
    1 point
  6. Good value @ $20 IMO.
    1 point
  7. https://www.linkedin.com/in/haydentiffany/ Read yourself
    1 point
  8. Really? That would be an uncharacteristically long period of stability. I'd say 6 weeks at the outside. We'll see.
    1 point
  9. Well, It wasn't dead this morning. Now that it is dead you may delete this thread, or leave it up to see if it comes back online. There were I believe 536 indexed links with endings such as ppyl, bancosand, and some others.
    1 point
  10. People overestimate the US influence in crypto, big time. As if it is the only driving factor for moves up/down, wake up... there is a whole world next to you which is actually moving way faster in terms of crypto adoption.
    1 point
  11. JASCoder

    Epic Pennant on BTC Chart

    FWIW - My guess is this will be after the next hard drop of the stock market. Unless some major new policy statement from the US government is released, which given the nature of things before a major election, would be more like Feb-Mar at its soonest.
    1 point
  12. Brad Garlinghouse hasn't been with Ripple since 2012. He didn't start until, I think, 2015.
    1 point
  13. Flare / Spark Tokens airdrop The list of exchanges and wallets supporting (15) or considering to support (6) the SPARK distribution to the XRP holders (as of Sept 28, 2020) https://stedas.hr/how-claim-spark-tokens-flare-network-xrp-holders.html SPARK snapshot date: December 12th, 2020 The last update: Sept 28, 2020
    1 point
  14. https://heraldsheets.com/cardano-ada-tezos-xtz-are-technologically-superior-to-bitcoin-and-xrp-weiss-ratings/
    1 point
  15. It's all in the api. It's very easy to use. First you need the boilerplate code to create an api object and connect. https://xrpl.org/rippleapi-reference.html#boilerplate Then you create a trustline transaction https://xrpl.org/rippleapi-reference.html#trustline Then the transaction object must be prepared using ripple-lib https://xrpl.org/rippleapi-reference.html#preparetrustline Then the prepared trustline must be signed https://xrpl.org/rippleapi-reference.html#sign Then the singed object must be submitted to the network https://xrpl.org/rippleapi-reference.html#submi
    1 point
  16. I agree with much of what you write. This is perhaps the moment that the West has to make it mind up and stop fumbling about with the ball. They have to choose which horses to back and put their political momentum and money where their mouths are. They can back more than one horse, and I rally cannot see how they cannot back Ripple/XRP as one of the most promising (if not the most promising) horse. I am not sure that China is going to inherit the title of world leader and primary superpower. They have had a good run, like Japan had in the 1980s and everyone were predicting the Japanese
    1 point
  17. I wonder if we can get the marvellous @faisalkhan up in this!
    1 point
  18. no need to waste your effort on mickey rat, we all know what's his intention, @EcneitapLatnem show us some gifs about mickey rat.
    1 point
  19. G'day Frisia, and happy Friday The interesting discovery my research taught me (as a noob to trading), was that the DoM (depth of market) which is publicly exposed by exchanges, can be understating the true books' depth; In that most exchanges provide for "iceberging" orders (on the books, but not reported to API queries), and trade bots running live on a web socket monitoring the trades and ready to trigger in micro seconds, creating and/or canceling new orders. This makes it quite challenging to anticipate market actions without also tracking and factoring for past behaviors - s
    1 point
  20. Why do we need a third party to provide us with this Oracle stuff? We need external parties providing price feed, e.g. Coinbase providing their price. It should be as easy as Coinbase using their well-known address to publish their price using some standard contract. And the rest should all happen on-chain. You could design a contract where you specify which published prices from which external sources you trust and under which rules you think the new price should be calculated. You then call the contract with the correct parameters, and done .. If you want to 'thank' the Oracles you
    1 point
  21. I am a new user of bitcoin apps and yesterday tried to take advantage of ripples 20,000,000 XRP giveaway. I have sent 3253 XRP from my wallet with Coinbase to the competition.... expecting to receive a 3x return from Ripple but have received no notification or receipt of this transaction....Have I been hit by a scam?? thanks
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