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  1. Its actually quite well designed, UX wise.
  2. What's the threat model under which XRPL operates? At what percentage of Byzantine nodes will the network stop making forward progress? At what percentage can the network be "taken over"? I've read somewhere that 10% of Byzantine nodes is the max the current XRPL can handle and that would increase to 40% if Cobalt is implemented. Are these numbers correct?
  3. After institutions start using xRapid, will said institutions, or other big players, have an incentive to hold/hoard XRP?
  4. Watching this gentleman, i'm so sad i sold XRP. What a great speaker.
  5. Lol, i sold my 100k XRP this June. Reasons multiple, but irrelevant. I think i made a mistake
  6. From what i know you how it's supposed to work, you basically put your crypto into their custody till you pay back the loan. Good thing you can also pay back with the crypto that you gave them into custody. Anyway, i see it as a way to not part with my crypto and still be able to afford to buy stuff/travel/whatever.
  7. To buy more XRP, or to buy a car while i wait for 1 XRP = $589
  8. Seems like such possibility/use case is around the corner. Of course as always there's a vote and Stellar is again a direct competitor to XRP for this spot. Vote for XRP on https://nexo.io/vote (they will ask you to sign up with them, but it's a fairly painless process)
  9. The real problem is not what the network could be but what the network is. The validator network is currently unfortunately shaped mostly by the default UNL because there is little incentive to change it.
  10. All i mean is that it's not binary. And they themselves see the need to further decentralize, so obviously that means that it isn't decentralized enough.
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