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OzAlphaWolf last won the day on July 20 2019

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  1. I'm pretty sure Westpac was on the Ripple global steering committee at one point. I do remember their logo on the Ripple website.
  2. Now *this*... is awesome. Long, long ago in a time far far away when I was trading, Tradestation was the Ferrari of retail trading platforms. Haven't kept up but I'd guess it's still still up there. Good to see.
  3. Really looks frivolous to me. Why are they suing Ripple and not the zillion other blockchain companies? Because Ripple is the largest, most visible and most successful is my bet.
  4. You have literally no idea what my strategy is. But the fact that you take the time to moan about a panel discussion tells me everything I need to know about you. Bye felicia.
  5. You'll sell before full value is reached because you haven't bothered educating yourself. But no, it's not all about profiting on xrp. Progress in the flow of money benefits everyone, literally, in the whole world. People like myself who rely heavily on payments from other countries will benefit immensely from faster, cheaper payments and settlements. Many new currently unviable businesses will suddenly boom on the back of that update in the way money moves. But toddle along, you'll get at least some ridiculous depreciating luxury item, I'm sure.
  6. Easy - people who are more interested in progress and developments than in moonboi lambo BS will happily listen through these events.
  7. Taking into account surrounding context, I suspect this actually refers to a current arrangement with The Clearing House.
  8. Yes, 'external' payment network operator. All these networks need to interoperate so the fed solution has to work with them.
  9. That's actually simple. Banks use a single wallet with destination tags like exchanges do now. As long as the wallet address is correct, they can find a mistaken deposit and correct it because they own the wallet. Another solution would be to use a convention the way that IP numbers are associated with domain names. Or in Australia, our local faster payments system associates your account details with an email address or phone number. Say you're out with friends and want to split the bill at a restaurant but they don't allow it. One can use PayID, say your friend's phone number, to insta
  10. It's amazing how people do not understand what is right in front of them. So much research has uncovered what Ripple is doing in the background, most of it from publicly available information, but sometimes we get a glimpse into the NDAs (like the BoA patent). And yet people still think it's just dot connecting and hype. That's why you will be first out the door when it moves, and why you will not see maturity and the full value of your investment. But by all means...carry on... post your 'skeptical realism' on forums, affect your disdain. It's amusing to those who've put in the har
  11. Realistically speaking, how long do you think it will take to update the global payment/settlements infrastructure? Your emotional responses to your own fomo decision has zero correlation with the actual work going on in the background. You've had over 1.5 years to become educated about the massive, massive undertaking and vast number of players involved. But you've chosen to sit on a forum and complain unproductively because "muh bags, sir". This is one of dozens and dozens of reasons that my confidence in XRP remains rock solid and why I feel no panic or outrage about ****coins moo
  12. GPI can't settle. It's only a payments messaging platform. Users still need to use their own settlement method be it legacy, xrp or whatever.
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