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  1. enrique11

    OTC market

    I wonder if OTC markets offer better prices since the orders are larger. Probably not because then there would be arbitrage opportunities, unless the price were not significantly better to warrant going after the arbitrage.
  2. Wasn't the issue last year with tether's bank?
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    Moneymatch Malaysia announce they are using XVia

    I think the SEC giving the "green light" regulatorily to BTC and stalling on all other cryptos will keep BTC the leader for quite some time. We have the SEC to thank for that.
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    Moneymatch Malaysia announce they are using XVia

    lol...the 'zerpening'...what's that, when XRP becomes the #1 crypto?
  5. You said, "Omni", and I thought you were referencing the asset exchange platform built on top of Bitcoin...that platform has really moved down the rankings, currently at 654. ;*( https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/omni/
  6. No worries...trusted institutional stablecoins will replace tether and help the stablecoin market grow with time in a trusted manner....it's just a matter of time...what bothers me is the masses are going to make BTC succeed because institutions will likely push that crap on their clients, and their clients are dumb, greedy enough to jump on the BTC bandwagon....it will just be about profit taking for them... not about investing in the underlying tech. Why? Because the dumb SEC gave BTC (and similar) a pass and stalled on all other cryptos, thus giving institutions the green light to push that piece of crap through the ceiling.
  7. Anyway, how many financial advisors are aware of or into cryptos?? I'm guessing such individuals would be highly regulated and so maybe they won't get involved until regulations are clear.
  8. I live in the U.S. It has over 70% of the world's lawyers... frivolous lawsuits abound here.
  9. Not financial advice, just my opinion: Sort of busy, but to start with.. 1) unjustifiably high ICO value because the ICO had no hard or soft cap limits .. ... EOS utility needs 4 billion USD value to break even 2) too many participant rules and regulations... goes against the spirit of cryptos, community 3) too few block producers leads to centralization 4) possible voting collusion by block producers When I have more time, I'll look into it... I didn't bother looking in depth into the project because I didn't like what I saw initially so that was enough for me to lose interest. 5) The project feels like a money grab. If it succeeds, it succeeds but earning potential is limited - how many multiples of 4 billion USD of success can EOS have? I invested in xrp when it had a market cap of about 100 million... imagine had I invested in it when it had a market cap of 4 billion USD, 40 times as much! If it doesn't succeed, a very unreasonably large amount of money was raised initially for a failed project.
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    Santander goes live with SWIFT gpi

    Articles are starting to appear about it: https://ambcrypto.com/ripple-partner-santander-to-adopt-swift-gpi-what-does-it-mean-for-xrp-powered-xrapid/
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    Alex, you okay buddy?

    No, it's a FUD Hunt. ?
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    Alex, you okay buddy?

    It's not a stablecoin. If it becomes a digital global reserve currency with a marketcap of a few trillion USD, then yes, it will be relatively stable like fiat currency, but basically it won't be statically, artificially pegged to a particular value like USD, like true stablecolns try to do.
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    Santander goes live with SWIFT gpi

    Don't stop! We're almost there! Just a few more posts in this thread till we cover all possibilities and one of the posts definitely contains the correct answer.
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    Brazil's exchange listing XRP

    Yes. Good memory. I wasn't even aware of it, or I forgot it: https://www.ccn.com/brazil-and-latin-americas-largest-bank-will-use-ripple-to-process-payments/