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  1. 33 points
    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/
  2. 18 points
    BAX

    MoneyGram and Uber Launch Partnership

    Not directly related to XRP but still it could be the implosion point. Moneygram uses XRP ,then Uber drivers can use XRP. Its a big news but the price doesnt matter. https://finance.yahoo.com/news/moneygram-uber-launch-partnership-support-190000642.html
  3. 15 points
    panmores

    XRP Weekly Market Report

    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 interesting, if not exciting.
  4. 13 points
    LeonidasH

    Ripple lawsuits get consolidated

    https://www.xrparcade.com/news/ripple-lawsuits-get-consolidated/
  5. 13 points
    https://www.xrparcade.com/news/bitstamp/
  6. 12 points
    Eric123

    Epic Pennant on BTC Chart

    Bitcoin Finally Broke through the Big Daddy Downtrend on the Monthly chart. On the weekly chart it previously breached it in February but retreated. Bitcoin's price is now above the downtend on the Monthly, Weekly and Daily Charts. Looking at the previous chart from the Last Peak in 2013 to the one in 2017 it took 30 months to get an uptick in the Bollinger Bands. We just got an uptick in the Bollinger Bands as well on the 30 month for this cycle. (the only uptick if you take out the anomalies which I circle in the chart). Things are looking very familiar. @Milly238 Looks like it goes up and sideways from here. I don't consider a bull run to start until the previous ATH is breached which I think happens no later than the end of fall this year. If history repeats we can look forward to about 15-18 months of upward movement culminating in a parabolic run to ------ I've said around $400,000, stock to flow has $288,000, most pundits say $100,000, Tim Draper says $250,000 or higher, Dan Morehead has said as high as over $500,000. It looks like Bitcoin has turned the corner.
  7. 11 points
    Ripple Weekly report FXcoin is site that provides the information and analysis that is really necessary for trading crypto assets. They are writing Ripple's weekly report Wednesday at 15:00 JST. Their report can be very helpful in getting to know Ripple. By checking the weekly reports, you can see that Ripple is making steady progress. https://translate.google.co.jp/translate?hl=ja&sl=ja&tl=en&u=https%3A%2F%2Fnews.fxcoin.jp%2Ftag.php%3Ftag%3D%E3%83%AA%E3%83%83%E3%83%97%E3%83%AB%2B%E3%82%A6%E3%82%A3%E3%83%BC%E3%82%AF%E3%83%AA%E3%83%BC%2B%E3%83%AC%E3%83%9D%E3%83%BC%E3%83%88
  8. 9 points
    https://www.xrparcade.com/news/maerki-baumann-co-becomes-third-swiss-bank-in-a-month-to-support-xrp-trading-and-custody/
  9. 9 points
  10. 9 points
    Eric123

    Epic Pennant on BTC Chart

    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/
  11. 8 points
  12. 8 points
    Eric123

    Epic Pennant on BTC Chart

    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.
  13. 8 points
    That’s generally a good policy. But there are situations it is not sufficient to convey the full situation. Imagine asking about a local hardware store... is there one? Let’s assume not, but there is a vacant lot with a sign up saying there will be one. Fact is: no local hardware store. Then the builders move in and start constructing it. Fact is: no local hardware store. Then the building is complete and the fit-out begins. Fact is: no local hardware store. But maybe at some point it’s legit to say that there will be. Same thing is happening here... things are being built. You are correct in what you say, but are you correct in conveying the situation? Here are some facts. Moneygram want to use more XRP but are limited by liquidity that is slowly growing. Uber drivers have access to Moneygram at cheaper prices. Many Uber drivers remit money to the targeted corridors ODL is growing in. So flat out saying “nothing to do with XRP” might be presently true, but also might not be actually conveying the full situation. Certainly it is not a stretch to think that XRP might soon be used in a percentage of these Uber driver remittances. (Currently north of ten percent for Mexico) I‘m not saying you are wrong... but am saying sometimes saying a ‘fact’ is only part of the story.
  14. 8 points
    The puzzle pieces are coming together! Remittance customers and Uber drivers have a lot of crossover, so the partnership will encourage those folks to use Moneygram (and therefore RippleNet) for money transfers. This could also explain the many Uber references in Ripple presentations over the years. Moneygram seems to have been on fire lately (in a good way). I think RippleNet is at the heart of many of these integrations and developments.
  15. 7 points
    kanaas

    Bitstamp

    Now has GBP added
  16. 7 points
    xrphilosophy

    Anytime soon

    It's a terrible time in the world right now. At least we here can be somewhat supportive to each other, at least in tone. XRP sentiment in my opinion has almost never been worse. Hard time to hold through for many. I don't expect this market will always be this way. Crypto market cap keeps rising, albeit slowly, as legacy markets seem more and more unsettled and irrational. It will require more patience to bear witness to a speculative bullrun, or some form of utility, or both if that is to happen. But I will say this- one couldn't ASK for better pre-conditions than a global economic crisis alongside a global pandemic to hasten movement into digital forms of value transfer. Clearly none of us are happy about what is happening right now. But the table is set beyond how I ever imagined it to be. How and when a pop in the market occurs is up in the air I suppose. It does stand to reason, as I've always trumpeted, that economic problems have to really hit real economies in the world (not just the markets), and that is just now starting. The real pain seems still to come- as the after effects of what's happening right now sink in. The second painful leg down in traditional markets hasn't happened yet. So, this has to play out a bit more until we can test out the thesis that crypto will be the eventual landing place for yield when legacy markets and currencies spiral into more of a Mad Max Fury Road type dystopia. As for the ledger nano/other wallets- I hope everyone keeps their stuff safe using common sense. It seems like Ripple is dealing with the certificate expiration issue as well. Happy Sunday, or whatever day it is.
  17. 7 points
    Eric123

    Epic Pennant on BTC Chart

    Bitcoin's Chart is looking good. The highest lines Daily, then Weekly then Monthly. The price at this moment is going to break them all.
  18. 6 points
    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2020-06-01/western-union-is-said-to-make-offer-to-buy-moneygram Checked my mgi stocks today...saw big after hours bump in price, had to find out why.
  19. 6 points
    Eric123

    Epic Pennant on BTC Chart

    Bollinger Bands only flatten out/tighten for so long. Eth is breaking out now, Ltc and believe it or not XRP are also beginning to break out and I bet Bitcoin will follow.
  20. 6 points
    Julian_Williams

    XRP Weekly Market Report

    How can anyone be less than bullish after they realise this is just a normal week in the expansion of the Ripplenet/XRP ecosystem, and so few of us are paying attention.
  21. 6 points
    In the future, Ripple powered Forte blockchain gaming tech could power game economies worth a staggering real-world value: https://coil.com/p/macropolo/Ripple-Gaming-and-the-Creation-of-Digital-Economies-An-Analysis-of-Recent-Forte-Blockchain-Revelatio/gi5ETIMok
  22. 6 points
    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
  23. 6 points
    Eric123

    Epic Pennant on BTC Chart

    Bitcoin's Bollinger Bands are tightening and the Price is above the Downtrend line. - On the Weekly and Monthly chart things look even better - The end of the Week and the End of the Month will Break those charts as well. Price just broke the recent down trend - I see the price moving up from here a close over $10,500 and it will start to move higher. Look at LTC's chart Bollinger Bands been straight and tightening for 7 weeks - it's ready to blow. IMO given where the prices are too many factors favor a rise in price for the break to be down.
  24. 5 points
    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 account insured for $100M, if I am not mistaken by spelling, by Lloyd's London. There a re many benefits within the account to be found like a crypto credit line, a platform coin for a form of dividend (lol) by ratio and time (2018: 7,6% and 2019: 12,7% annual rate). PAXG is offered as well for those who are still saving for a safe but already have a computer with internet . To good to be true? They are focused on lending (also based on your crypto assets) and with the usage of the Nexo coin (and the Swiss banking background and regulations in place) makes this an interesting option. The negatives are you cant use other named accounts to transfer money, depositing salary by an employer isn't possible yet. Long waiting list for the credit card. And some other smaller issues I have to dig in. Don't get me wrong it's not perfect but by far the best thing I have seen this far for what I need. I think this is a great option for a savings account with a form of crypto liquidity by a relatively solid fin. partner. When the interest rate on XRP goes live I will be using some coins for the annual rate if this will be in the range of the stablecoins 8% that is. Another point is the security. I am no IT-specialist in this area but only one Authentication option and no hardware security key option yet seems to be a missed opportunity. The combination of both is way more secure (so always check when dealing with your finances, especially what YOU REALLY NEED TO DO YOURSELF, in relation to safety and security). Invest time and money for those coming in recently and unaware. Safety is relative we know now. 8% interest on my EUR account, crypto's available from my account, combining my XUMM app and so on. This is something I can really use and was waiting for it. I believe a lot of people with me. This is in no way a promotion and/or my way to refer people to this service and always check it out thoroughly please. Maybe I am missing something and am aware of the possible risks, so should you. I believe I am more at risk with my current old dino bank and the insurance on my account is only 25k (backed by the government, I am paying for my own crappy insurance payout ). But that's personal and got nothing to do with you. This is a taste of the future imho. Liquid accounts, full of assets transferable into another in an instant, cold/hot storage by providers, investment options all in one place. If better regulations are in place, I can see these accounts becoming useful real fast (and my old dino bank falling even faster making it even more risky besides the ongoing printing press operations by the FED company). So, my own bank? That's for you to judge. Enjoy and stay safe!
  25. 5 points
    my crystal ball told me the next run will go to $50, retirement anyone?
  26. 5 points
    LeonidasH

    TimeX exchange lists XRP

    https://www.xrparcade.com/news/timex-exchange-lists-xrp/
  27. 5 points
    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.
  28. 5 points
    That is true for sure. None of this is certain and hence the risk. In fact risk and return are always correlated. So in my hardware store example, the risk of it not happening is highest when it’s just vacant land. If you were somehow investing in it then, at that point the shares would be cheap... high risk, high possible return. By the time the “Open Saturday” sign is put out the risk is small and the return from an investment at that point also is also small. Where exactly we are with XRP and the risk return situation is not at all clear. Hopefully we are still at the cheap end and not at the top end.
  29. 5 points
    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 both rise in tandem, maintaining a stable spread over time. Folks that are not holding a levered position in XRP (own it outright, not borrowing XRP) should be able to enjoy rising interests when lending XRP.
  30. 5 points
    You're welcome, glad the tool was useful
  31. 4 points
    Looking back at recent price action, it's apparent some insiders knew this was coming. imho
  32. 4 points
    Jotaro

    Anytime soon

    haha what a troll, come here just to bash someone, i wouldnt call myself a lunatic like him, im not a hardcore supportive xrp army or whatever, i dont share, contribution, or hype anything, just personal holding, moon or not doesnt concern me. look, if you absolutely dont believe in it anymore, sell and move on, i dont see the point of you coming here to just reply nonsense like this, you're wasting your life away like what a loser would do. @xrphilosophy please look into this toxic member and take appropriate action.
  33. 4 points
    Staigera

    Sceptic is back

    Yeah I'm pretty sure you came back around Dec 2019 more to gloat. So the whole nonchalant act is invalid. But I agree with points 1 to 4 You held strong during 2018 when the whole xrpchat tinfoil army was gang banging you for being realistic. But nobody likes a smart arse so keep the little charisma you have left and leave it at this.
  34. 4 points
    mouradski

    ODL Viewer

    impressive !! good work
  35. 4 points
    This is likely because liquidity depth is still shallow, relativity to their total addressable market. This will also be true for most RippleNet users, until market participants (exchanges, custody, derivatives, etc) are existing in each domestic economy. Tick Toc, Tick Toc, Tick Toc
  36. 4 points
    jMusic

    Epic Pennant on BTC Chart

    Price is starting to oscillate beautifully (think sine wave) and typically the amplitude gradually decreases until eventually triggering a significant move. Something is brewing and as I said a few days back I think it is a move back up to the $9,800-$9,900 area.
  37. 4 points
    Exactly, it's a good way of looking at things
  38. 4 points
    Thanks. Oh well, no matter... it’s an ATH from here on in then. If it’s exceeded again it’s not a artefact of the method.
  39. 4 points
    thanks I think the new #ATH is due to the new corridor that was hidden for us
  40. 3 points
    No surprise given the price action in May. Somebody was agressively buying MGI, the volume was through the roof. It’ll be interesting to see the price though.
  41. 3 points
    Sceptic

    Sceptic is back

    I came back 2 years later... Those of you who know me... I am the dose of intermittent reality. I told you all to short or get out years ago. I've seen many things... 1. I was right. 2. The deluded are lower in number 3. You still have time to diversify into bitcoin. 4. @Chewiecoin is still an uninformed charlatan. I'll be back in another year.
  42. 3 points
    I understand lawsuits in extreme circumstances of purposeful manipulation that causes harm that will be lifelong. This on the other hand burdens our court systems (U.S.) and takes away resources to solve real problems (Our nation is literally being set on fire due legal system abuses). It kind of makes me sick. Off the soap box now. Great pictures.
  43. 3 points
    Staigera

    Anytime soon

    Yes. Nothing screams "I love you, do you want to marry me?" More then "but first, let's talk about the prenup" Besides Romeo it's adorable that you already see yourself wealthy from XRP. But I would first focus on getting married because XRP ain't that much more loyal then a woman who steals your speculative crypto dollars
  44. 3 points
    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.
  45. 3 points
  46. 3 points
    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 far back can I query the order books on bitstamp for example to get the data I'd need to add it to my charts? I could simply add my plots to the utility-scan code, but I haven't written java in 15+ years and have no desire to do so (all my plots are using python+pandas). Do you by any chance dump out any ODL data that I can scrape and include off ledger corridors? TIA
  47. 3 points
  48. 3 points
    New ATH, cool ! So cool to be able to follow this, thanks ! @mouradski
  49. 3 points
    A fairly common rhetorical technique is to take a point and stretch it to the absurd, and by doing so make the original point absurd by association. I did not say that, and I’m guessing you know it. My point was that either it is a scam, or these people, who do it for a living and have everything to gain if they can succeed, have a better understanding of the problems than you and I, and yet they still see a way forward. Knowing that should give any armchair Admiral at least a little pause before concluding that this or that corridor cannot work. And no, they won’t run out of money eventually ( if you define eventually as being within our working lifetime,) and that’s a good thing because they are making a sea change in world finance which is no small undertaking. Perhaps they are one of the only players with the wherewithal to achieve this revolution of finance. I’m a little puzzled why you think it cannot have multiple paths and players beyond just market makers, and therefore a balance overall, not just across one corridor. But anyway, I’ve made my point and I guess it’s up to you and the reader to decide if this current situation is the limit of possibilities. Thank you for the discussion.
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