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  1. Just popping in here to say thanks @Nicolas for taking the time out of your day / days to respond to all these questions. Fascinating to see a view on XRP/ODL/Ripple that is firmly grounded in reality and hands on experience.. Out of interest, as an early adopter - what is ODL (and Ripple.net) missing or what could it do better? (I suspect your answer would be "more customers, more flows" but I figured I'd ask anyway!) PS. I'm based in Barangaroo, if I turn my head to the right I'm looking straight at the CBA head offices. You guys and gals are based on Pitt St right?
  2. You are to him what XRP is to you, he's hedging his bets in case the value of your posts skyrocket. You do seem to find joy in spreading joylessness though. It's a fascinatingly depressing way to go about things.
  3. I don't necessarily disagree with you here, but you also have to step back and acknowledge that you are the exact same, just on the opposite end of the spectrum. I suspect the truth of all of this lies somewhere in the middle. Ripple fans could do with being a little less optimistic, just as the Anti-Ripple crew (such as yourself) could do with being a little less pessimistic You can't really sit there and call everyone out for universal and unquestionable positivity, from a place of universal and unquestionable negativity. It's hypocrisy mate.
  4. I agree with this. Critical thinking and not taking things at face value are important. Both sides of the fence in this discussion (and 99.99% of threads on this forum, or even on the internet in general) are guilty of not doing either of these things enough. Forming (and listening to) coherent arguments rather than hurling vitriol from whatever unshakable position of 'truth' or 'correctness' or 'faith' one might believe themselves to be in is also important. The anti-Ripple / anti-XRP crowd is as guilty of it as the pro-XRP / pro-Ripple crowd. My favourite people to read and listen
  5. Interestingly enough, after spending my life making all my decisions in that time-frame, crypto is doing it's best to teach me the value of the opposite
  6. I believe people's time-frames are perhaps a little misguided is all. It's too early to call it a failure and too early to call it a success. I'll start assessing the success of their endeavour come 2021/2022.
  7. I'm way too dumb for this but I thoroughly enjoyed the tiny nuggets of realisation I managed to glean from reading this. Thanks for posting!
  8. Hmm. I guess that's one way of looking at it. My view is that when building an ecosystem, you can't really wait for one pillar to be complete before moving on to the next. Software development is iterative, as is scaling a business / product / ecosystem. If you wait for a product to be complete / 100% adopted before moving on to the next pillar, you'll never get on to the next pillar. It's like waiting for your product to be 100% complete before hiring a sales team to sell it - you'll never get your product off the ground if you wait for that.
  9. I'm interested to know your time frames on your investment. Because if you're looking to be rich by 2020, you're on the wrong asset. That doesn't mean you're not on the right asset long term.
  10. You are all much smarter than I. Please continue.
  11. I am having so much fun reading all this. Reading about social credit and IOUs kind of sends me off on a bit of a tangent. When you look at technology and the changes it brings in the short term, it can appear so revolutionary. When you step back and look at the changes tech brings over some serious timeframes, then we can appear to be so very iterative, simply solving the same problem over and over and over again but faster and faster and faster. Thousands of years ago when someone who made / had a particular good and wanted a good or service off someone else, it was complicate
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    Hi! I'm Bob

    Kiwi living in Sydney for 10 years. It's taken me 98% of that to adjust to how close everyone follows here. My Dad's a retired taxi driver back in NZ, hurts my heart seeing how bad that industry is over here because he was just the nicest person in the world as a driver. Now, Sydney BUS drivers on the other hand
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    Hi! I'm Bob

    Yep, absolutely agree. Plenty of research points out the diminishing returns money brings in relation to happiness once you reach a certain point. A point that is actually surprisingly attainable (in Sydney, that point is actually less than the average wage - but 'happiness' is certainly not the average frame of mind) My view is that financial freedom buys you the freedom to pursue your passions / purpose and gives you the luxury of behaving in a way that is most true to yourself / amplifies your traits. If you lack a passion / purpose that drives you when financially restricted
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    Hi! I'm Bob

    Whilst 99% of this goes over my head (at least from a financial perspective) I've gotta say it's both a fascinating and rewarding read. Chunky answers to chunky questions, but I think what intrigues me most is the motivations of the Bobways and the Joelkatz of this world. Whilst one of the major biproducts of any of this pioneering work coming off in the long run is significant (silly) wealth, it seems not to be the driver for those at the heart of it. Let's face it, it is for most of us here, and I don't mean that disrespectfully, just that we are part of the 99.9% of the human ra
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