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Graine

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  1. Nah. If anything, XRP will moon now, out of spite How fortunate my life would be, if its biggest mistake were to sell the token at a bad time. I didn't sell at $1, or 2, or 3. I didn't participate in ETH ico, choosing to hodl xrp instead. There are many things I regret, one more wouldn't really make a difference.
  2. As I am writing this, the last of my market orders have been filled. To all those, who kept calling for me to sell, - congratulations on the job well done. Your continuous well wishes manifested in a way that had only one possible outcome. As of today, I have no stake in XRP. I am aware I maybe following in Vinnie’s footsteps (the fact that many of you have no idea who Vinnie is deserves a separate topic entirely), so feel free to gloat, once this too comes true. If this is the only thing you will take from this post, you may stop reading now. I discovered Ripple after bitcoin found its
  3. Plenty of opportunities to make millions from that time till now, if you really are good at predicting markets.
  4. You must be writing this from your 100M+ yacht then?
  5. Really hard to predict the market now, so good luck!
  6. I want this. But ILP v4 has no FX ticker, and the banker's ILP is not public.
  7. It would be really sad to have your orders not to come through in times of high volatility. Still there's the case of weird fee escalation algorithm, and mainly, that you have to pay variable fees on top of iou fees, and not have your order executed even if you paid the fee. Hard to sell such set up IOUs solvency depends on the gateway well being as well. Why spend effort on building the interface in the first place?
  8. which is another point of centralization. Also, ledger_close time, and the uncertainty of reliable order submission. RCL is not best for trading, sadly. Still beats the dex's built on ethereum (if I ever have to submit an order with 4$ fee, ugh)
  9. Liqui has 24% apr deposit program funded from 85% of the fees the platform generate. We should be able to make similar thing with codius. What I am afraid, though, is how would we attract users on it? RCL is abandoned for IOUs, essentially. I like the model DividendRipple gateway had, i.e. automatic deposit/withdrawals.
  10. @tulo You, gents, have technical knowledge superiority, so I'll play a devil's advocate. That is, if you need someone to tell, why the undertaking will not gain traction But jokes aside, if you need someone to reply to emails in a couple of languages, I could work for some zerps.
  11. You have now been added to the list of fudsters. You should sell all your xrp now and refrain from harming the joyous image of the great decentralization future the Company brings. /sarcasm, if anything. I wonder, why would they run a validator, if they don't use RCL.
  12. Well, if only David could convey this thought towards Ripple's PR department and their partners... But, alas. Also, I'm keenly waiting how this is going to be skewed towards 'moon' tenets. That it will, I have no doubt. 3..2...1
  13. I was referring to the quotes in the article you linked. My "banana loving self" has seen enough quotes from Ripple employees clearly stating that xCurrent does not have 'blockchain' part. It's ILP which is a protocol and a messaging stack. I would be really surprised the CEO of Amex would have the time and desire to figure out the underlying technology of the solution her bank implemented. I'd think she'd be more interested in how it makes her make more money faster, than what consensus algorithm allows for that, if any. The only solution that uses blockchain in Ripple's suite is
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