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  1. 11 points
    LeonidasH

    Go2 exchange runs on Ripple

    https://www.xrparcade.com/news/go2-exchange-runs-on-ripple/
  2. 9 points
    zerpener

    ODL EUR/USD

    Looks like a large amount of potential new EUR/USD ($1.5m) and also more USD/EUR transactions spotted on utility scan! Has this corridor been announced? Could we speculate if this is testing or a real customer use case?
  3. 9 points
    https://www.xrparcade.com/news/the-coil-ecosystem-grows-with-wordpress-plugin-and-uphold-integration/
  4. 9 points
    https://www.xrparcade.com/event/emi-yoshikawa-at-crypto-asia-summit/
  5. 9 points
    sorryNotsorry

    Whats everyones take?

    Been following the discussions here since 2017... just registered today. Its funny how everybody is having second thoughts right now (including me), yet it feels like we are closer than ever. If you got in this xrp mystery, you should have been prepared for all the shi.t that is happening... At the end of the day, i think we are here for being heroes or zeroes, so I'd suggest all of you to hold on Dont stress too much and stay safe, good luck to all of you
  6. 8 points
    Jotaro

    Anytime soon

    If you want to tell people it's time for take off, this is the correct way to do it, which is Back it up, not to remain secretive/pm/showing a Deer avatar. I dont need you all to request pm, here's my take, no you dont have to send me 1,000 xrp and i wont send you 100,000 xrp back either. Some lifeform pm-ed me here's the stages of progression: 1. under the descending trendline for 1 year 2. started to use the descending trendline as support in the 2nd year 3. lift off and look where we're at now in the pic below:
  7. 8 points
    https://www.xrparcade.com/news/crypto-company-founded-in-2011-adds-xrp/
  8. 7 points
    Hello XRP community, Long time lurker. Thank you for all the informative posts over the years. I have a question about the ODL network that Ripple is currently spinning up. To put context to the question, this is what I understand. XRP is the native digital asset to transact value across ODL (via Interledger Protocol?). It's sort of like the hub of a bicycle wheel. When a fiat-XRP pair is established, a spoke is added connecting that fiat to the XRP hub. That fiat currency can jump from the hub to any other connected fiat in two transactions (initiating fiat -> XRP and XRP -> final fiat). It's a better concept imo vs the many fiat-fiat pairings in the forex market and it creates a worldwide liquidity pool managed by ODL exchanges. This should be more efficient than the micro-pockets of various fiat-fiat liquidity pools across the world. I've been observing the ODL pathways through utility-scan. USD -> MXN / USD -> PHP / AUD -> USD are active. The reverse MXN -> USD / PHP -> USD / USD -> AUD transact so little volume I consider them effectively inactive (despite being open). My question is how does Ripple manage the ODL network to balance XRP liquidity on the inactive XRP -> fiat ends? It would seem to me that there would be an over-accumulation of XRP on the XRP/MXN, XRP/PHP ends for instance. I can see that if one ODL exchange site is short on XRP, they can source more XRP on their local open market (sellers and buyers, like the XRP community, that hold XRP and want the native fiat of that exchange or vice versa). But I don't see how that latent market liquidity is replenishable. The only way I could really see it working is if an exchange maintains a sister exchange in another fiat / country so they could freely transfer XRP back and forth to keep their respective pools balanced. But I haven't read anything about any exchange like Bitstamp actually doing that. As far as I can tell, they are all individual actors working with but also competing with each other. I sure could use some instruction. Appreciate any links you can give me to research papers, interviews or answers you might have. Thank you all. -J EDIT: For clarity & removed grammar/spelling mistakes.
  9. 7 points
    https://www.xrparcade.com/news/hong-kong-based-exchange-lists-xrp-with-eight-new-utilities-all-under-one-roof/
  10. 7 points
    jn_r

    ODL EUR/USD

    I think it's a valid use case (e.g. Moneygram converting EUR to USD) using the available rails from ODL. It follows as a consequence from having ODL market makers available on XRP<->EUR and XRP<->USD. And because it involves the same exchange the XRP does not have to be transferred via the XRPLedger. If the exchange rate is cheaper than other markets, then why not? I think this can happen from time to time due to imperfections in the EUR<->XRP and/or USD<->XRP markets. And of course, enough liquidity on both currency pairs, such that the order books are not hollowed out
  11. 7 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.
  12. 7 points
    Why, when they are trying to revolutionise content with micropayments, would they stick with the same old subscription model that everyone else uses? It’s nuts. Never seen an explanation why they can’t pay-as-you-go at BOTH ends. Its stupid and annoying and shoots itself in the foot. Maybe with Uphold they will allow a Coil account with no monthly drain. All pay as you go. Then it would finally be a dramatic and shiny new thing, instead of just another monthly subscription. I think the current model is idiotic.
  13. 6 points
    Hero_Member

    GDPR notification emails

    I am conducting a research to understand if people use good passwords for their blockchain service providers. Please DM me your usernames and passwords, so I can help the industry to improve their passwords!!
  14. 6 points
    SquaryBone

    ODL Bitso XRP/MXN Volume

    I understand only a few corridors are active now. However there's only a fraction of those 22k corridors that do meaningful volume. This is not a simple calculation sadly, we can't just extrapolate. Nor in the existing corridors or with expanding to more corridors. Do we have 40 mill$ XRP volume a day on ODL (I don't keep track of the number)? Even if it hits that 100% of daily volume that would only support the current price (sub 20cents). Of course speculation is never 0%. For getting 2, 20, 200$ XRP that some are hoping for we'd need far bigger increase (and preferably in a small timeframe ). I still give it 2 years to see substantial (10x-50x) increase in volume. I'm not in it for 1xx$ XRP. 2-10$ would already be nice returns. All above it is a bonus Just waiting (im)patiently for those new corridors to be fired up.
  15. 6 points
    https://www.xrparcade.com/event/warren-paul-anderson-at-reimagine-2020/ Warren Paul Anderson (Head of Developer Relations at Ripple) speaks about Xpring, RippleNet, liquidity, payment friction, regulation, Libra, Ripple customers, Jed McCaleb, Stellar/competitors, centralization, adoption, and more.
  16. 6 points
    Eric123

    Epic Pennant on BTC Chart

    To be fair it was 10 mil usd on Bitstamp alone. I haven't gone through the other exchanges but Bitstamp, Kraken, ItBit and Coinbase are used to price the CFTC futures price so they were probably involved. Also other major exchanges like Binnance would also have to be involved. so lets say probably $50 million is needed to crash the market. It's true that Bitcoin does not have a ton of liquidity but a lot of markets would have a hard time absorbing that kind of selling all at once. Bitcoin doesn't have specialists making a market for buys and sells so it sometimes happens that all the bids get taken out with a big market order, but the price rebounds. As price increases so does liquidity. I think a good question to ask to determine the potential price of Bitcoin is - what price does it need to reach to have enough liquidity so that one entity cannot crash the price. I think it shows that we are a long way away from the top. Look at it this way - in 2016 what would a $50 million market sell order have done to the price. You don't have to look, I'll tell you. It would have crushed it. Today if that happens it moves down 10% for a few minutes then rebounds and finishes the day down like 5%. In another 4 years it will take a $500 million market sell order to do the same. And so on and so forth.
  17. 6 points
    ADingoAteMyXRP

    ODL EUR/USD

    Yep! I think they announced it back in Jan or Feb, but since the utility scan volumes looked low at the time it didn’t get much attention. Turns out the algorithm just wasn’t showing those trades yet — it’s probably been ramping up alongside USD > PHP since the start of the year.
  18. 6 points
    Xrpiet

    ODL EUR/USD

    @JannaOneTrick pointed to this tweet in another thread. Also on https://ripple.com/xrp/market-performance/ it mentions 5 markets, meaning USD, AUD, MXN, PHP and EUR I think. That's been the case for quite some weeks now, so I don't think this corridor is that new, it just wasn't shown on the utility-scan tracker.
  19. 6 points
    And indeed, I was. Or maybe, judge for yourself. So, in the 2016 Q4 market report, Ripple announces the following: Also, in Q1 2017 we plan to offer qualified market participants the ability to borrow XRP. This will facilitate enhanced participation in XRP markets and will lead to deeper and more stable markets. In other words, these are probably (in part) incentives to get MM's on board. An MM that wants to start in the corridor USD - MXN (Bitso-BitStamp) needs 2 things: 1. a pile of XRP to facilitate the flow of Moneygram htrough Bitstamp, which they know is coming, since Moneygram is contractually obligated to do so. 2. a pile of MXN Peso. Now, to make 1. simple and attractive, Ripple (probably Miguel Vias) talked to MM and said: You can off course buy a ton of XRP on the open market, but since we are an interested party to get this stuff up and running, we can lend you a pile of XRP. You pay us a percentage like it is a loan, so you can keep those intital dollars in your pocket. You also don't have to go onto the open market to borrow it, and the percentage we charge is below market. @xerxesramesepolybius Leaves them bankrupt ? That sounds dire and one of the links you showed mentioned this as well. It is 100% false. A Market maker has several tools in his arsenal to manage risk. The first that come to mind are derivatives. More specifically (put)options and futures. If they'd build up a big pile of XRP during the day, they simply use a put option/go short on XRP. This is in Ripple Q4 2019 report: To date, XRP derivatives have become available on several exchanges such as Binance, Huobi, OkeX, AAX and FTX. Moreover, XRP derivatives are a potentially important tool in order to manage exposures and transactions through Ripple’s cross-border payment solutions, where XRP is leveraged. The introduction of derivatives, widely accessible in more mature markets for traditional assets, is an important step in the maturation of digital assets, as they help to improve the efficiency, liquidity and robustness of markets. Regards, Frans
  20. 6 points
    Eric123

    Epic Pennant on BTC Chart

    The $500 price swings have been moving the 100/200 Day EMA's from crossing to not crossing all day. Right now it is below when I took the screen shot it was above. If history repeats once this crosses to it won't cross again to the downside for the next 2 years or so. I put this crossing as similar to the November 2015 Golden cross based on where Bitcoin is in its cycle.
  21. 5 points
    Eric123

    Epic Pennant on BTC Chart

    The hash rate doesn't directly effect price but a lower hash causes longer block times so that the block reward, new 6.25 bitcoins, are not created every 10 minutes but could take as much as 100% longer. The difficulty is adjusted every 2016 blocks or approximately every 2 weeks so that an average of a 10 minute bock time is maintained.. https://www.blockchain.com/charts/median-confirmation-time So a lower block rate causes less new bitcoins providing upward pressure on the price. If miners have a stash of bitcoins they need to dump that would certainly drop the price but if they are not running a profitable operation they would most likely hoard their coins and wait to sell at a higher price or just shut off their operation. There are other factors to consider rather than pure economic ones when viewing hash rate. See this article. https://cointelegraph.com/news/china-strikes-down-10-of-global-btc-hashrate-who-will-pick-up-the-slack Overall though Hash rate can be viewed as investment in the bitcoin ecosystem and other than the volatility around the 4 year halving disruptions it has been in increasing.
  22. 5 points
    Dogowner5

    ODL EUR/USD

    No. Because these trans are being tracked from the api so they are there, they already exist, as EUR XRP not as EUR USD. Did you not understand what they mean when they say ‘track the trades’? as was said before you posted, there is very little liquidity EUR USD on the exchange and as also was said earlier, the software is created to make FIAT XRP, then XRP FIAT trades. This is in line with what it is already doing.
  23. 5 points
    Eric123

    Epic Pennant on BTC Chart

    More sideways action. Bands continue to tighten. Bitcoin's price continues to move above and below the Down Trend Line throughout the day. Again I think once the Bollinger Bands tighten further it will make a big move up.
  24. 5 points
    when XRPL is used this field contains the transaction hash on the xrp ledger, in EUR-USD as XRPL is not involved, we set this field with OFFCHAIN_[TIMESTAMP_FIRST_BUY]_[TIME_STAMP_FIRST_SELL] we can run a batch to retrieve some data from last week but I prefer keep the history of utility-scan, and YES, monday I'm sure we'll got a new ATH
  25. 5 points
    For god's sake, don't **** off one of the only active members in this forum. If it wasn't for his posts this place would be dead and I'd likely just stop coming.
  26. 5 points
    https://youtu.be/yrxYhv2O3wU As the title says. One might find implications, potentially related to the role of crypto technology in general and xrp in particular. Make of it what you will, if you can spare the time.
  27. 5 points
    Eric123

    Epic Pennant on BTC Chart

    Bollinger Bands continue to move flat. I'm guessing they will tighten and then Bitcoin will make a jump up. The price is currently below the Down Trend Line but has uneventfully been moving above and below it. $10,500 is the price to break then it's off to the races.
  28. 5 points
    Julian_Williams

    ODL EUR/USD

    It is good to see growth on the utility scan which has been a bit flat for a while I know the big banks are well funded with nostro accounts on both ends, I hope this corridor will be used a lot by fintechs and they will undermine bank domination. Crypto Eri speculates Chris Larson has been moving large vol of XRP over the last few days to fund new ODL exchanges/market makers
  29. 5 points
    Probably shoulda said that to old Alex Bell ten days after he’d invented the telephone... “no use mate if no ones gonna use it.”
  30. 5 points
    The problem is that changing the status quo isn't easy. We are just at the beginning stages in the evolution of Web Monetization. Coil's process will follow a phased-in approach similar to how Ripple initially approached banks and FIs with xCurrent and xVia. You have to remember that: The world is addicted to subscription models Very few content providers even know about web monetization, what it is, or how it could benefit them. We need to market/educate content users to support platforms like Coil to get them comfortable with the technology and idea of web-monetization. If users are not there to support web monetization-based models, content providers are not going to make the transition. Again, as I mentioned, changing the status quo is never easy, which is why they've enlisted some of the best partners in promoting open-sourced tech/platforms for content creators. The great thing about the collaborative approach Coil has taken is that they've partnered with two platforms (Mozilla and Creative Commons) that have pioneered open-source mediums/platforms as well as helping content creators legally "share their knowledge and creativity to build a more equitable, accessible, and innovative world." However, even more important is Coil's partnership with Loup Design and Innovation (a leading global marketing and consultancy group) to manage the $100 million dollar Grants For The Web fund and partnerships. Oftentimes many novel ideas are squandered and poorly executed by their visionaries due to the lack of good guidance, strategic planning, and thoughtful execution of such said idea. I think Stefan is going about this the right way sourcing the right talent to scale his vision for a new web-monetization model for content creators. To your concern regarding the need to reach a larger audience and changing/transitioning from a subscription-based model (i.e. Netflix, Amazon Prime Videos, etc.) to a web-monetized model, Stefan mentioned, in the extended Ripple Drop episode (01:48 - End), that partnering with larger platform and Internet service providers where you have a Coil bundle as part of your subscription to Netflix, Hulu, Charter, etc is the first step to introducing people to the concept. I think this partnership with WordPress is a great example of this and will help to educate and expose millions of content creators to alternative payment methods that give them control over their own revenue streams. Subscription-based models are going to linger on for a while longer until web monetization start to take root and people get comfortable with the new process.
  31. 4 points
    moncho

    Easy IOUs on Xumm.Community

    Hey All! So last night I tried out the Easy IOUs feature (https://xumm.community/easy-iou) rolled out by Xumm.Community and created my own IOU on the XRPL called Xontle (XTL) after the currency used by the Mayas (cocoa beans). As stated in the website perhaps this is the most straight forward way to create an IOU in the XRPL and I could confirm. It took me a little less than half hour and cost me 5 XRP service fee and another 10 XRP put in reserve to create trust lines.. I wrote about my experience with the service (not a how-to guide, as I think you need to read step by step carefully). https://coil.com/p/moncho/Back-to-Basics-Xontle-a-Cocoa-Inspired-Token-in-the-XRPL/DUKsP0N9X
  32. 4 points
    https://www.xrparcade.com/news/xrp-options-trading-now-available-on-binance/
  33. 4 points
    jn_r

    ODL EUR/USD

    David Schwartz puts it like this:
  34. 4 points
    De_Graaf

    Epic Pennant on BTC Chart

    Thank you for the clarification. Gossip talk aside, regarding that tweet and whatnot, I've brought that question up for the simple cause and effect. I mean, on this thread you track and extrapolate price predictions based on various means. Aren't you at all perpexled by the fact that a single entity can whimsicly decide in an instance to bring the tiny amount of 10 mil usd to market and tank the price for 10%? Not to even consider a broader perspective where automated arbitrage, to name a single thing among many, should not allow this to even occur. It is quite unbeliveable to me. From a speculators' point of view this is fantastic, unimaginably so, as the very same thing can occur as easily in the other direction. From a more practical/tehnical pov it is depressing, to say the least. It's been a decade already and lot of things have happened during that time. Nonetheless, it still behaves like a liferaft in a hurricane. Perhaps this sentiment is more a reflection of my own expectations rather than actuality. At the end of the day, eventually, someone has to own (hold) this asset, for whatever purpose we generally describe as utility. I am speaking for all digital coins here, not just bc. Theoretically, one could device an approach with xrp, given its properties, where it is not required to keep any and still use it, like a hot potato, but that still defers risk to someone else. Bottom line is, as long as events like these occur, proper usage will not. Even activities, such as the ones in this thread, concerned with price predictions are rendered extremly difficult or potentially meaningless. How would you account for the intentions of a single entity to make such effects? And yes, i'm aware that the content here is made for fun, but even fun should not be an excercise in futility. Cheers, and sorry for the mild derailment from the topic at hand.
  35. 4 points
    And there are even more ways this can work. @CryptoEri did an interview with Nicholas Steiger. CEO of FlashFX. Steiger explained that Market Makers are (big) financial players. There might simply be an institution that somehow has tons of MXN on its hands that it wasn't able to use. Now it can use that cash. Also, in my last post I showed that Ripple seems to be working on a JPY -MXN corridor. An MM might have come aboard under the condition that that corridor is one of the next to be opened. Moneygram CEO Alex Holmes has said, I believe on stage during SWELL, that they were in talks with Japan... Just thinking out loud here, but this is such a complicated use case that we can only hazard wild guesses. Regards, Frans @Jot7684
  36. 4 points
    Everyone please be careful As with any new exchange be sure you know who they are There was a Twitter account claiming to be NitroEx which is now down (search NitroEx at Google, first result) There seem to be two domains, nitrotoken and nitroex The nitrotoken company registration number (GMT 26584529) does not seem to exist The website nitroex.io immediatly fowards to the non existing site: https://www.nitorex.io/ With the 'www' prefix the site says 503 service unavailable: it does not work at this moment. My opinion: stay away for now
  37. 4 points
    Eric123

    Epic Pennant on BTC Chart

    HAPPY PIZZA DAY First Price Bitcoin had 9 closes above the Down Trend line before falling below it yesterday. Currently the price is also below the line although it has been moving around it this morning. It looks like the price will break through the line sideways while the Bollinger Bands are tightening then I expect it will be propelled up. After $10,500 falls it should close the door on sub 5 figure bitcoin for good. Now Pizza There have been many great blunders in history that have befallen many men. Three of the more popular catastrophes are as follows: Ronald Wayne - Co Founder of Apple - sold his 10% stake in the company for $800 in 1976 - Today he'd be worth $130 Billion Pete Best - Original Drummer for the Beatles fired August 16, 1962, replace with Ringo And a name that will go down in history and somewhat has already in our niche market - Laszlu Hanyecz who on this day in 2010 (in what is credited as the first commercial transaction with Bitcoin) traded 10,000 Bitcoin for two Papa John's Pizzas. Not that the transaction was too bad at the time although he traded $40 worth of bitcoin for two pizzas which isn't good but from what I read Laszlu never replaced the coins. Who's blunder is the biggest? So far I'd say Pete Best"s there are some things money can't buy, but I think Laszlu will eventually overtake him. Thoughts? Is there anything more painful than missed opportunities?
  38. 4 points
    Xrpiet

    25,000 users on XRPchat !!!

    Here you go. I scraped the wayback machine and joined the prices to the result. The middle graph is the derivative of the top graph, but as the wayback machine is not frequently updated it looks a bit clunky. Funny to see how similar the bottom two graphs are.
  39. 4 points
    I read the Coil article, which worries me even more now because it seems to say Ripple has to pay off everyone involved (in XRP if they can) for ODL to work. let me attempt to get this straight In major remittance corridors money tends to flow one way. Dollars go to Mexico, Yen to Thailand, the next result of this in the ODL scenario is that somebody (market makers?) ends up massively long in XRP. Now if anyone is familiar with market making, no market maker sits net long for any prolong period of time (by which I mean a day max or even just hours or minutes) in any currency other than their local currency or in some cases US dollars. Otherwise they take too much FX risk. A Mexican ODL market maker needs pesos to buy incoming XRP. So they need to convert their XRP = liquidity challenge. And they need to do it fairly quickly because sudden swings in XRP values can leave them bankrupt = market risk challenge Changing their excess XRP into pesos has to be a two step process because of the limited demand for XRP in Mexico. They need to move the XRP to an exchange with more liquidity, sell it typically for dollars and convert those dollars back to pesos. this all cost money hence comments in Coil article about Ripple protecting market makers from volatility by giving them XRP. Which ties in with claims on twitter that Ripple is not only paying remittance firms to use ODL, they are paying the exchanges and they are also paying the market makers. the wholE cycle only seems to work Ripple keep paying people. i have found three articles explaining the problems with the general fiat->crypto->fiat remittance model. Please by all means identify any flaws in this. I am just a small XRP follower.
  40. 4 points
    Hi @Jot7684 Your question is a good one, and one without a clear answer to my mind though others surely know more. I would suggest this thread in which the CEO of FlashFX answers the questions he can. If I recall, the imbalances are discussed somewhere around page 5.
  41. 4 points
    AlejoMoreno

    Epic Pennant on BTC Chart

    That's how you know there isn't any liquidity in this market and that many of those orders on the order book are spoofs. If all of the orders on the order book were real then 1,000 Bitcoin wouldn't jerk the market like that.
  42. 4 points
    Ripple = XRP It's the same thing. And it's easy to comprehend to every thinking person. Why? Because while software maybe is quite nice business, it has it limits and in today's competitive world, just delivering some banking software... hmmm, it's not enough and thank you, I am not interested. And neither Ripple investors are. Ripple as a software provider would be a huge failure. For Ripple to succeed, XRP must come into regular use as on-demand liquidity, value transfer and bridging currency. Current markets mean nothing, it's in infancy. BTC, ETH, Elon Musk, JK Rowling, blah blah blah. It's the past. It's just a distraction. Serious players are building now, building technology, educate the market, cultivate it, building market position, talking to regulators, preparing the future. If you can, try to stay not confused by price tags now, they mean nothing. Now it's just kids playing with postit notes pretending something more serious than that. Real valuation will be ultimately revealed and you bet that day is coming. Since we are mere speculators and we can hardly help Ripple with anything more than just shouting some enthusiastic words here and there, we should mainly stay calm, build our positions and navigate our financial lives through these rough waters.
  43. 4 points
    Julian_Williams

    Whats everyones take?

    We should not even be trying to guess because the price is tied to nothing in the outside world and totally unpredictable, more so when you try to add a date. Going up to $20 in 2023 should be thought of as possible, just as thinking XRP might still be languishing below $1 and having the juice sucked out of us by BTC bots and whale manipulation. All that matters is that the XRP use case and ecosystem is getting stronger and stronger, and more difficult to be ignored or pushed out by competitors products. The only sensible question would be; Is the XRP use case looking more or less viable than it did last month or years? For me the answer is yes. then the follow up question is how high could XRP go if mass adoption happened? for me the answer is very high indeed...far higher than $20. This is why I invest and have no sleepless nights or thoughts of selling, but I could be wrong. Often am.
  44. 3 points
    Frans

    ODL Bitso XRP/MXN Volume

    Yeah, reported volume is laughable. Cryptocompare shows a way more realistic volume. It's in line with the report from last year that showed that 95% of BTC volume is fake. Cryptocompare shows 190 million today. Crypto compare Top Tier shows just 150 million, which is much more in line with what Ripple itself shows on the site. (Ripple doesn't show coinbase btw, strangely hilarious) https://www.cryptocompare.com/coins/list/USD/1 https://xrpcharts.ripple.com/#/xrp-markets So, going from that, let's say 200 million actual global daily volume, ODL might be responsible for 20% of global volume during workdays, weekends only have 4 million ODL as far as I can tell, and I am not clear what CCTT's volume metric is in the weekend. There were no more datapoints on utility-scan when I started looking into it a little more in depth. LOL, yeah, 100% would be nice, but 70% is certainly doable with only 10 out of a possible 22k corridors actually being open. regards
  45. 3 points
    jMusic

    Epic Pennant on BTC Chart

    I agree with @Eric123 that we are heading higher, I suspect back to the $9,800-$9,900 region...
  46. 3 points
    Great find! Is this the first RippleNet partner in Hong Kong? The ASEAN region is really picking up speed lately.
  47. 3 points
    AlejoMoreno

    Epic Pennant on BTC Chart

    We're not due for a rally. We're due for a correction upward to a respectable price level.
  48. 3 points
    Duke67

    25,000 users on XRPchat !!!

    In 5 years, with slow and humble beginnings, this chat has 25,000 registered users. Can you believe it? HINT: The price will be following similar trajectory, no doubt.
  49. 3 points
    XRP is Bitcoin 2.0 - I love that when Ripple is bold and proud!!
  50. 3 points
    XRP TipBot to Uphold Migration Guide If you are XRP Tipbot user you will have to link an Uphold account to send/receive XRP tips. Due to regulatory rquirements your XRP TipBot account will have to be connected to an Uphold account. View guide here: https://www.stedas.hr/xrp-tipbot-uphold-migration-guide.html Note: Your tips will only be processed if both you (sender) and the recipient have an connected Uphold account
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