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thinlyspread

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  1. How straightforward is it to clone existing projects over onto Flare versus creating it again from scratch, or for example, recreating it in a competing chsin like Tezos?
  2. Yeah there's no way Uphold are doing business with them after this BS. Cred's UX absolutely stank from day one anyway.
  3. I have a suspicion (based on nothing, so take this as pure speculation) that it might be something to do with Nexo. Nexo are about to announce (tomorrow?) two new products/services, called: 1/ Nexonomics 2/ tokenUP The second (tokenUP) sounds very much like what Uphold do: UPUSD, UPBTC, etc. The first, to me, indicates some kind of defi/exchange type product, which is currently missing from Nexo. (It can be done, but through Changelly or by phone if you're a large account holder). So this leads me to SPECULATE WILDLY that Uphold might be the exchange ("Anything to Any
  4. https://www.tabletmag.com/sections/news/articles/china-covid-lockdown-propaganda Powerful if disconcerting read.
  5. Depends on which of those awful crypto blogs you tend to believe; they all spin it differently! From the actual source (CNBC): (https://www.cnbc.com/2020/10/23/crypto-firm-ripple-considers-relocating-to-london-over-us-regulation.html) Which seems pro-London, but remember, it's written from CNBC's London desk. So they might spin it there favorably. Coindesk just copy-pastes CNBC with bullets: https://www.coindesk.com/ripple-eyeing-move-to-london-over-xrp-friendly-stance-ceo-says And Bloomberg reports... https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2020-10-22
  6. Please please please come to London, Britain needs some positive news!
  7. https://www.imf.org/en/News/Articles/2020/10/15/sp101520-a-new-bretton-woods-moment
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