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  1. 54 points
    International Money Transfer, Remittances & X-Border Payments Conferences Link to the page Link to the agenda (pdf)
  2. 35 points
    karlos

    Warning: phishing messages.

    A reminder to never click on links that are sent via private message from unknown members. It appears scammers have created profiles here on XRP CHAT, and are pretending to be from Gatehub support. If you receive any such private messages, please make sure to report it using the "report" button: Stay safe and be careful!
  3. 23 points
    Hodor

    XRP News Update: Regulation on Page One

    Blog URL: https://xrpcommunity.blog/xrp-news-update-regulation-on-page-one/ Part of crypto going 'mainstream' is regulatory compliance! I cover this and the latest news impacting XRP in my latest blog: ๐†๐ž๐ง๐ž๐ซ๐š๐ฅ ๐๐ฅ๐จ๐œ๐ค๐œ๐ก๐š๐ข๐ง ๐๐ž๐ฐ๐ฌ: The 'Financial Action Task Force' issues guidance for exchanges. ๐‘๐ข๐ฉ๐ฉ๐ฅ๐ž ๐๐ž๐ฐ๐ฌ: Ripple is expanding into Brazil; Crypto Eri analyzes potential new xRapid corridors; Corporate Counsel interviews Ripple's Stuart Alderoty; and The Investment Association of China (IAC) appoints Yoshitaka Kitao as an advisor; ๐Š๐š๐ฏ๐š ๐๐ž๐ฐ๐ฌ: Kava announces they've upgraded Switch to support trading of Ethereum ERC-20 tokens. ๐—๐‘๐ ๐๐ž๐ฐ๐ฌ: Andre Ventura creates a new XRP fan video; Updates have been published about the Gatehub-related XRP theft; XRP Arcade is updated with information on meetups and a new tool for monetizing surveys; Crypto.com adds an option for earning interest on deposits; and Beaxy debuts with an XRP pairing; I hope you enjoy the read: Please feel free to share my blog with a friend or share it on any other platform - and thanks for doing so! My blog announcement links on other platforms: Twitter Reddit r/Ripple Reddit r/CryptoCurrency Reddit r/CryptoMarkets Reddit r/xrp Reddit r/RippleTalk Reddit r/alternativecoin Reddit r/CoilCommunity Bitcointalk - alt coin sub forum Bitcointalk - XRP speculation thread
  4. 19 points
    https://www.law.com/corpcounsel/2019/06/12/driving-in-blockchains-legal-guardrails-how-ripples-general-counsel-works-with-regulators/?slreturn=20190513030608
  5. 18 points
    mDuo13

    New XRP Ledger Dev Site

    The XRP Ledger dev portal is not just moving to new digs, it's got a new philosophy. It's not Ripple's site, it's the XRP Ledger's site. (We're just helping.) Check out the new site and get BUIDLing! https://xrpl.org/
  6. 14 points
    Eric123

    Epic Pennant on BTC Chart

    Looking at the XRP chart - God does this look juicy!!! I'm probably gonna pick up some more today. If this plays out again like it did, I'd say we are roughly in the same place chartwise as we were April 24, 2017 when the price of XRP was .03. So roughly we go up 120x from here putting XRP at a price of about $51.00 in the next 9-10 months. Might be a little optimistic but crypto always surprises.
  7. 14 points
    TiffanyHayden

    Jed McCaleb & XRP

    At one point, Jed had donated a significant amount of XRP to some type of charity. In his agreement with Ripple, he won't sell XRP if that charity is selling. Either he can sell XRP or the charity, but neither at the same time. The charity was selling so Jed stopped. Once the charity stopped, he resumed. There is no reason to speculate on hidden agendas or secret plans. Both Jed and Ripple have moved on.
  8. 14 points
    If true, this would be an incredibly aggressive move by Ripple. My main reason for not believing this is still cos that comedian Crypthawk is the one breaking it. But one can imagine..... Ripple: Please use our software. It's awesome, cheap and the future. Western Union: Oh yeah? OK we'll run a few tests and get back to you. Ripple: How are the tests going? Western Union: We've done about 10. A bit meh. We'll do a few more and get back to you. Ripple: Any updates? Western Union: We've done another test I think. We have lots of irons in the fire, lots of options to consider. Run along and we'll get back to you when you're ready. Let the experts do their thing. Ripple: by the way, we've just bought one of your biggest competitors. Western Union: hang on, you're just a software company aren't you? Ripple: that was last week you fools. Amazon once just sold books. Western Union: can we have a meeting in the next couple of days please? Ripple: We've got a meeting with People's Bank of China, our annual hookers and blow retreat, and my kid's birthday party to organise. Do I look like I have time for you amateurs?
  9. 13 points
    $1 Long term target??? XRP could get to $1 in a day.
  10. 13 points
    XCURRENT or is this SWIFT GPI? https://twitter.com/yesillhavesome/status/1139797424547880960?s=21 Global Real-Time Cross-Border Remittance (Payment & Simultaneous Settlement) "We clear and settle around $2 - $5 TRILLION per day" "Q2/Q3-They are doing mass enabling. They will light up all their cores simultaneously" - Jim Aramanda https://www.aba.com/About/Pages/default.aspx ABOUT: The American Bankers Association is the united voice of America's banksโ€”small, regional and largeโ€”that together employ more than 2 million women and men, hold nearly $17 trillion in assets, safeguard $13 trillion in deposits and extend more than $10 trillion in loans. ABA believes that government policies should recognize the industryโ€™s diversity and role as drivers of economic growth and job creation. Laws and regulations should be tailored to correspond to a bankโ€™s charter, business model, local markets and risk profile so banks across America can serve their customers and communities. Through a broad array of information, training, staff expertise and other resources, ABA supports Americaโ€™s banks as they perform their critical role in energizing the economy and helping communities thrive. ABA Payments Forum: From Operations and Treasury Management to Strategy and Product Development, payments are at the heart of your bankโ€™s digital relationships. The safer, faster and more seamless your payments system, the more engaged your customers will be. However, the future of payments is dramatically changing, and no matter your bank's size, you should be focused on this crucial area. Sign up to receive updates for the next ABA Payments Forum
  11. 13 points
    Pablo

    What's Left for XRP?

    This is great marketing for Visa. It looks flash. Makes them look cutting edge and future-proof. Since Hyperledger is such an important part of the architecture, did you dig below the surface to see what is going on with the development of Fabric? It's all public domain. Do you know where they are on their roadmap, development phase, architecture? Probably not. Please look at this list of open issues and tell me that Visa is ready to upload its multi-billion remittance business onto that system: https://jira.hyperledger.org/issues/?filter=-5 p.s. I'm on the Hyperledger working groups and I can promise you there's a lot of work to be done. Happy for you to prove me otherwise. Once the software is ready, Visa then has to provide liquidity to replace their nostro/vostro accounts. With what cryptocurrency? Who would even buy it? Hyperledger doesn't have one. Nope. Please enlighten us how Visa can spin up an entire financial system and technology "near instantly". Plus, since you are the one making the assertion, the onus of proof rests with you.
  12. 13 points
    XRPeteSampras

    An Introduction to XRP

    Long time no talk, guys... been working on a few things. I'd like to introduce you to "XRP the Standard Productions" and I hope to be bringing you lots of entertaining content in the future. As for now, please enjoy the words of Hodor brought to life in the channel's initial video. Stay the course, ladies and gents.
  13. 13 points
    Eric123

    Epic Pennant on BTC Chart

    Well the cross over of the 200 Day EMA and 300 Day EMA didn't happen today, We'll have to wait for tomorrow. Thanks to the last two days where we dropped nearly 5% (cumulative on both days) on low volume. If you're a stock trader you know down on low volume is not a bad sign (but yeah this ain't a stock). Anyway, if you've seen my previous post (I think from last Thursday) I highlighted how we moved around the EMA crossovers (Golden Crosses) 100/200 and 100/300. Anyway, like I wrote we have to wait for tomorrow. Think in a day or two we get pushed back over the trend line that takes us to 20K by end of November. I'm still a buyer of XRP whenever it's below .40, so I'm picking up some today and everyday that occurs.
  14. 13 points
    If you want to learn how to jam people on to a train, or facts on to a slide, go to Japan and learn from the masters....
  15. 12 points
    Many gatehub users where hacked recently. I personally know the feeling akin to being punched in the gut. My gatehub account was hacked in 2013. The 300,000+ XRP were valued around $5000 at the time they were stolen but eventually would have hit an all time high value of 1 million USD. I was unaffected by the latest gatehub hack because I alone control my crypto keys. I was an early adopter of ripple because I believed in the tech. xrpl is useful for reducing (but not eliminating) 3rd party risk. This gatehub attack was preventable by having users manage their own keys. A person can create a gatehub account and then use a 3rd party wallet to set a regular key and disable their master key. This renders the gatehub account open but restricts gatehub from signing transactions. My gatehub account may have been hacked for all I know and I'm not worried. The only way to sign a valid transaction for my gatehub account is using the regular key I've set and only I control that key. Not your keys not your crypto. When I get more time I'll post tutorials on how to use the ihilda wallet with gatehub, and how one can set a regular key/disable master and reduce third party risk. Also I'll post a tutorial on how to set a regular key for the ledger nano allowing one to use ihilda with a word list such as the one required for the ledger nano. I feel like advanced users have an advantage of knowing for to reduce risk. We need a wallet and security center where everything is explained.
  16. 12 points
    Juniper Research issued a new forecast stating that international digital remittances will surge to $525 billion by 2024, compared with an estimated $332 billion in 2019. The report estimates that mobile remittances will show a sharp increase in market share, growing to 41% of international money transfers, compared with 33% in 2019. The report says blockchain-based payments have the potential to further grow digital payments, as the technology may be used to disrupt traditional business models. "While traditional operators have launched digital solutions, they have yet to adopt transparent pricing of transfers," Nick Maynard, who authored the research report, said in a company release. "Unless operators accept this requirement, they will continue to lose market share." The report showed that blockchain based network operators can offer faster, cheaper and more transparent services. Services like RippleNet and IBM Blockchain World Wire are expected to disrupt the industry, the report said. https://www.mobilepaymentstoday.com/news/juniper-says-digital-remittances-to-surge-to-525-billion-by-2014-aided-by-blockchain/
  17. 12 points
    mrenne

    Ripple is acquiring MoneyGram?

    As I have explained from the beginning, Ripple can not buy all of Moneygram without a public offer on all outstanding shares, which is not the case. If you read the crap that is being spread on Twitter, it's just like Ripple and Moneygram signed a deal last Monday. Except that Moneygram owns only a small part of Moneygram (<5%), so Moneygram can not sell Moneygram to Ripple. It's the shareholders that can sell Moneygram to Ripple. There is one large shareholder that owns 42% of the company, Thomas H. Lee Partners, and several others that have 3% (the State of Wisconsin, amongst others). So Ripple woud need to sign a deal with THL and at least 3 other minority partners to have a majority. Second, Moneygram is a public company, and all price-sensitive information needs to be published, so that all investors and potential investors have access to the same information at the same time. They will usually not first inform a well-known Twitter scammer, and publish their deal weeks later. With the SEC and the largest shareholders being aware of the rumours, they would certainly have pushed a trading halt of the shares until the news is public. Third, change of shareholder structure below a certain treshhold needs to be reported to the SEC though a SC 13 D filing. Those are indeed public (through EDGAR), so we will see those notifications. Usually within 10 days of the acquisition. Fourth, all comparisons with car industry and Amazon really prove nothing as those cases have nothing to do with the actual situation and the business Ripple and Moneygram are in. Fifth, Moneygram has a very heavy debt (about 1bn USD) and the management already talked about a sale of the company when the debt situation is less of a constraint. They are working on it, but I don't see how a company like Ripple would be able to deal with such a heavy debt structure (if they don't sell 3bn XRP to cover up).
  18. 11 points
    LeonidasH

    Bgogo exchange to list XRP tomorrow

    Bgogo exchange to list XRP on the 18th of June with BTC/ETH/USDT pairs. Bgogo is currently ranked 36th on the CMC reported volume rankings Reminder: Always DYOR before using any exchange https://www.xrparcade.com/news/bgogo-exchange-to-list-xrp/
  19. 11 points
    At the end of the "crypto winter" at the beginning of the year we were predicting the value for XRP during 2019. Instead of predicting a price in dollars I predicted XRP would gain against BTC. I thought that during 2019 XRP would rise from being worth 10k Satoshis to 25K or more. I could not have been more wrong because today XRP is worth less than 5K! In the last six months Bitcoin's technology and utility adoption has lagged further and further and further behind Ripple/XRP. Bitcoins problems of energy costs, centralisation, slowness, lack of scalability and manipulation at the hands of whale barons have become more and more well known to the general public. No one with common sense will ever make Bitcoin into a store of value for their savings or commercial assets. So why can one Bitcoin buy twice as many XRP now as it could 6 months ago? It makes no sense. Crypto Eri, who is better informed than most commentators, said that she had been told there is a consortium of "risk taking whales" who have being pumping BTC. If this is the case we would expect BTC to rise relative to XRP. Another well known source told me that in their opinion BTC grassroots support for BTC has been getting weaker and weaker. Both these rumours make sense and I think that this huge pump of BTC is artificially induced. My guess is that these whales are taking a gamble that if they get their timing right they can induce another rise like happened at the and of 2017, and BTC will hit new ATH well above 20K. It is a dangerous strategy because it depends on new money arriving from an influx of new generation BTC investors, if they don't arrive BTC will crash. If these whales run out of money before the general public come in to support them BTC will crash and it will drag XRP down with it far faster than it carried XRP up to .42, so I am preparing myself to watch my investment go back down to .25 or less. I will never sell my XRP, whatever is happening in the market because I do not want to risk losing them. I believe Susan Athern's predictions that if Ripple XRP captures a significant proportion of the cross border payment market XRP tokens will be worth between 50 - 300 dollars each. I think this is going to happen because XRP/Ripple are the only provider of no counter party cross border liquidity and nobody is near catching them. I have to be honest and say that I watch the slow progress of XRP with frustration, but my logical self tells me not to get emotionally involved with the prices.
  20. 11 points
    Eric123

    Epic Pennant on BTC Chart

    Lots of good things coming up - Bakkt -Litecoin's halving, Fidelity offering trading, Facebook's coin (which will introduce a lot of people to the space, although I have mixed emotions about stable coins), not to mention XRP continuously adding banks to their networks. The positive developments, the positive chart set ups. Crypto looks like it's ready to explode. Very excited about where this is heading.
  21. 11 points
  22. 11 points
    Eric123

    Epic Pennant on BTC Chart

    So Bitcoin's 200 Day EMA was battling with the 300 Day EMA back and forth all day, on decent volume too (almost as much as the last two days combined (but not quite)). Of course we moved across decisively (and hopefully for good) when the day changed. Litecoin had a good day and the pattern it's creating is one that I think bitcoin will be following so I am not concerned we'll see a "head and shoulders." XRP moves (or rather doesn't move) to the beat of it's own drum, defies TA and everything else. To me XRP looks like a huge coiled spring. I keep throwing more on the pile just waiting for the explosion. Things are still looking good.
  23. 10 points
    Caracappa

    Epic Pennant on BTC Chart

    Everything is possible in crypto Perhaps not 120x, but 119x is feasable.
  24. 10 points
    TiffanyHayden

    Jed McCaleb & XRP

    He didn't tell me anything that isn't outlined in is agreement with Ripple. That's where you should be looking for specific information. I don't remember how he described it, but it wasn't one specific charity but something with many charities underneath it, I think. I didn't ask any questions other than why he stopped selling and it was a simple answer of adhering to the agreement he made with Ripple. When that wallet sells, he will not. He has moved on. All of his XRP will be sold according to his agreement with Ripple. Both XRP and XLM are open source projects that some startups work with, simultaneously, and end up in the crossfire of people thinking it can only be one or the other. Stronghold comes to mind. Jed wanted to extend an olive branch. I was happy to accept.
  25. 10 points
    https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6544570783426060288 https://golance.com/faq/payments
  26. 10 points
    To get around paywalls / registration walls you can use outline.com/<article link>. Here is the link outline.com created so you can read the article. https://outline.com/8N3qFJ
  27. 10 points
    GoldenGoose

    Warning: phishing messages.

    Based upon the outstanding grammar, alone, I can confirm: It are a phishing attempts.
  28. 9 points
  29. 9 points
    Thanks @JannaOneTrick and thanks for the link - I followed up on something below your "Visa" mention and also found a breadcrumb - what do we make of this? Xpressmoney https://www.xpressmoney.com/ Travelex https://www.travelex.com/ Money Dart https://www.moneydart.com/ Times of Money https://www.timesofmoney.com/TOM/index.html Finalbr https://www.finablr.com/newsroom/press-release/finablr-network-brands-capitalise-blockchain-using-ripplenet/ "Dubai, UAE; 10 February 2019: Finablr, a global platform for Payments and Foreign Exchange solutions, today announced that its network brands UAE Exchange and Unimoni are now on RippleNet. The brands will use the blockchain-based platform provided by Ripple for real-time, seamless cross-border transactions to Thailand, with plans in place to extend it to other countries. With this, UAE Exchange and Unimoni become the first in their category in the Middle East to have adopted blockchain technology to process transactions."
  30. 9 points
    buckor

    Truth, Lies, and FUD

    I feel it is important that the XRP Community sees this. Thank you for your time.
  31. 9 points
    Isn't this bigger news or am I missing something? I know there was the Earthport purchase, but the claim of wanting to take on Swift by using Ripple, has that been stated previously? Surely this is huge!?
  32. 9 points
    One of these days people will realize that Ripple not only has the power to sell XRP into the market, they are able to LIMIT the supply as well. If the biggest stakeholders thought it made sense to do so, they might burn a great deal of XRP without much sacrifice, imho. It probably won't ever be necessary, but I don't think it's an idea that gets much discussion. Feel free to explain why it couldn't happen, if you have an opinion about this. The low price is about uncertainty....OTC sales, big supply compared to most coins, lack of valuation metrics for a new currency, etc, etc. We are arriving at price by a very old process known as supply and demand. No shortcuts available. Many ways to be wrong on the low side and on the high side, as far as predicting future price action. FOMO for cryptos in general is about to go off-the-scale, and that (I think) will make every beleaguered XRP hodlr whole and give a decent ROI for early believers, perhaps before the questions around adoption are even close to being answered.
  33. 9 points
    Eric123

    Epic Pennant on BTC Chart

    Doesn't always happen like this, but it's nice when it does.
  34. 9 points
    dr_ed

    Epic Pennant on BTC Chart

    I've been watching the RSI myself and thinking that we no longer have the downside pressure we had a few days back. Also the 8115 area I wanted to see us get back above has been crossed and we closed above it, although we have now pulled back slightly. If we do see the crossover, especially on volume, we're probably going to test the next real resistance back up around 8750-ish. If we bounce back off the 100 day and don't blow through it, I think we'll see a sell-off. All this should be evident very quickly now. Like by tomorrow (Friday June 14) or this weekend at latest, imho. I am waiting to see here before deploying cash into some new positions. Cheers and good luck to everyone.
  35. 8 points
    I can't wait till I'm not down like 60-70% with XRP
  36. 8 points
    LeonidasH

    Introducing the XRParcade Tipper

    The Tipper application utilizes Wietseโ€™s XRPtipbot, a very popular bot/app that is being widely used by the XRP community. Users can earn XRP by completing specific tasks (visit a website, complete a survey, view a video) and website owners can use the Tipper to attract traffic to their website or a specific page they wish to promote. We will be testing the Tipper on one of our new sections on XRParcade, the demographics. We have prepared a few questions, addressed towards the XRP community, in order to learn more about the people that believe in XRP, their aspirations and targets. Visitors will be able to claim 0.001 XRP if they visit our demographics page. They will be able to claim it even without completing the survey, although we would appreciate it if they did. https://xrpcommunity.blog/introducing-the-xrparcade-tipper/
  37. 8 points
    Pablo

    What's Left for XRP?

    Sure, but gone live with what? The underlying DLT has barely been tested. Here's the big problem for Visa that they can't admit but anyone who's worked in enterprise-grade IT systems in the financial services sector (ahem) would know: their legacy systems and tech has hundreds of staff, CIOs, CTOs, vendors and SIs, resellers and hangers on supporting it and protecting it. You need to change them too. Visa's solution is no certainty because the greatest enemy is inside Visa itself. Let's dig a bit, shall we? You'll see what I mean: I feel a bit sorry for Visa. They'll struggle to keep up technologically but I'll give them this: they're not complete lunatics. This stuff is hard. So yes, I have to concede it - Visa has gone live with a messaging system originally introduced in the 1970s and thinly spread some DLT sauce on it to remain relevant. They've pulled a "Long Island Ice Tea". Here's where I think the smart money will go 5-10 years: realising that they cannot compete with the emerging networks of value transfer, most of the old guard of the financial system will start outsourcing their own financial networks in the same way they outsourced their mail networks and typing pools in the 80s (think Ross Perot and EDS), then eradicating the whole mail system and typing pools 10 years after that (thanks Bill). They'll need to move their business up the value chain. Visa and SWIFT seem to be saying that they can protect correspondent banking and stem the tide of history but we all know they can't. One last little dig at Visa while I'm at it. What about the team running this? We've got the SVP leading the charge into Visa's unknown future, Mr. Kevin Phalen: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kevin-phalen-6b71a33/ I note Kevin's background is in Philosophy and Theology, not technology. That about sums up the Visa plan doesn't it? A wing and a prayer.
  38. 8 points
    So much news for you to handle this week. The XRP ecosystem is now really rolling and I can't keep up. You partly answered a question I have been pondering: Ripple are ground breakers doing the hard ground work of getting regulatory clarity for cross border crypto payments on an international level. Are coins like Facebook stable coin following the path that has been so pains-takingly cut out by Ripple and to what extent is it possible for big companies to import wholesale what Ripple have invented and put together.? I think the answer was in your text that regulatory compliance is more than just following the rules. It is about building solid core to the software with flexible icing that can be adapted to handle new ideas ( a weakness of ETH). And having a team of managers with the ability to predict what is and what is not compliance. It is about having navigators that can steer the craft safely through shark infested waters. It seems to me that Ripple are in fact extending their lead over everyone else. It has been noticeable that none of the big companies entering the market have even attempted a no counter party cross border solution. IT is all stable coins. Another lessen is that "lead" is not just about having technological lead, it is about having specialist units/teams that work in real time and can respond with flexibility to events as they occur. Which leads me to ask what am I missing? With these increasingly obvious advantages why is XRP still so cheap? I am beginning to lose interest in price because it is the one area that is completely opaque to investigation. We just have to wait for the rest of the world to catch up.
  39. 8 points
    David Schwartz speaking at โ€œWe are developersโ€
  40. 8 points
    https://www.xrparcade.com/news/ripple-officially-launches-operations-in-brazil/
  41. 8 points
    Partnership with Apple circa 1999 confirmed.
  42. 8 points
    It's the new promo colors the get new access into more traditional markets, such as Middle East.
  43. 7 points
    Ripple-Stiltskin

    BTC is hitting $9300

    Itโ€™s a balance between demand and supply in a crazy manipulated market. Anybody claiming to know exactly why is talking BS. So here I go, lol: - BTC down, alts down - BTC climbing, alts down - BTC stable after climbing, alts up
  44. 7 points
    lucky

    Jed McCaleb & XRP

    Thank you for doing so.
  45. 7 points
    And then the United Nations publishes this today https://www.un.org/en/events/family-remittances-day/un-action.shtml "The potential for synergy in connecting the scale of remittances to reach the SDGs is clear: one billion senders and receivers and a projected US$6.5 trillion in international remittances will be sent to developing countries between 2015 and 2030." It just makes sense why Ripple is invited to these eyes wide shut parties at the IMF. As agents of change, Ripple has the potential to make a huge impact on these sustainable development goals (and dare I say, all 17 goals!) . Creating payment rails with negligible energy consumption and fees on a decentralised platform is Lagarde's wet dream....
  46. 7 points
    dr_ed

    Epic Pennant on BTC Chart

    Looks like a Fibonacci hurricane coming to me. (Just posted for fun, not financial advice.)
  47. 7 points
    dr_ed

    XRP News Update: Regulation on Page One

    Circumstances are converging to cause a quantum shift for us beleaguered XRP holders. At least it sure looks like it from here. The BAAKT announcement, in my view, is tied to regulatory clarity. I expect the people who run ICE know more about what's going on with the progress there than us mere mortals, and that their timeline is tied to some upcoming announcement. Just a gut feeling, no data to back that up. Thanks for the update. You have been a must-read for me since the day I figured out you were out there writing about XRP.
  48. 7 points
    Zerp_Legend

    What's Left for XRP?

    Its funny how people always assume that ripple will lose only because a big player is offering something similar . For me it is a sign that companies are actually scared and ripple is like 5 years ahead of the game :). Many big banks are already using Ripple technology and Ripple is already huge in Asia.
  49. 7 points
    kenrino

    What's Left for XRP?

  50. 7 points
    I do not think the price, or lack growth, mean anything in this market. We have to keep our eyes focused on the roll out of XRapid and other XRP utility, not what other crypto is doing. SBI is huge, just like Galitrons monitoring of growth of XRapid volume is huge. Let it play out and one day there will be an explosion. Stay positioned to be there to take full advantage of it when it happens.
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