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  1. Your right. There should be some restriction to the (endless) use of your 5$ ... That fee should be "consumed" in some way and when you run out you could or add a $ or wait for the next month....
  2. Yes they still are on the forefront in the x-border settlement spaces, but in technology one has to keep up with competition. Just one good example: I've seen it with PDA's (Personal Digital Assistant) coming around and emerging with Palm devices lightyears ahead with almost no competition at all .... until there was the Canadian BlackBerry with secure email functions .... becoming the new king in town ... until Apple came with the iPhone.... and so it goes on and on... You must know... NOTHING is for sure in this world and no matter how good you are, you always have pay attention for others going to do it slightly or even .... a LOT better...
  3. The big Q here will be the "decentralization" and risks coming with those fungible assets ... like for instance who's the issuer/counterparty ? No so clear (at least not to me) if there is no counterparty at all (like with XRP). They can be redeemed on every network exchange? Do one has to understand this as "all members on the network of exchanges" together are the counterparty issuers or the global trusted instance?
  4. Very interesting. To my understanding it's an approach of "instant Market Making" or a true liquidity "On Demand". Once bootstrapped this might work a lot smoother than Ripple's ODL that is actually based on a kinda pre-market making around XRP. Can see both systems competing for market share but this sure can become an important contender for Ripple and other instant settlement solutions.
  5. Weren't Arthur Britto and Polysign not supposed to solve this "problem"?
  6. Got some info that GH soon is going to coomunicate on proceedings by French justice.
  7. kanaas

    hi

    Why do you think those other coins gonna be better? Same magic balls?
  8. kanaas

    hi

    That you must have that crystal ball ...
  9. Seems like the big real world test has failed and some large MM pauzed... Already to see in ODL volumes. Guess that it was to early and not yet cost effective to support by MM on a larger scale.
  10. What makes it differ? Taking a pic of the seeds is enough to have one able to move the funds...
  11. Got you. For me XRP were an investment caused by curiosity, believe and hope. Curiosity for this amazing tech (I'm an engineer myself, always interested in emerging and new developments). Believe in the team and the plan by Ripple the company. And hope for the developing regions as I lost my heart to Africa and it is my hope that some day a global financial level play field may unlock the real potential of that continent were I've some very good friends living. Those 3 "drives" made me go for a deep investment in XRP during the very early days - some XRP by the "Computing for Good" program and the bulk by selling my whole investment-portfolio to buy me a big stake into XRP... as my gut feeling told me that there was much more in this for the longer term then I could expect from the stock market. And my guts (crystal balls?) proved me right. I sold 40% with a profit range of around 20000% (from 0.005 average to 1 average) .... The other 60% are partly (60%) kept in a hardware wallet and partly (40%) stolen by the Gatehub hackers and I hope to recover those some other day (the thieves are in a French prison waiting for legal proceedings) Still figuring out what and how to handle the rest of my XRP holdings... and even hope to pick up some useful ideas here (not the sort of HODL, MOON, LAMBO, ....)
  12. Didnt that appreciation came in 2017?
  13. https://mojaloop.io/google-and-the-mojaloop-foundation-empowering-digital-transformation-and-financial-inclusion%E2%80%AF/
  14. You're right, but first things first and that's legal proceedings to force the thiefs, not just to refund, but also to pay for possible psychological damage and costs related to the theft. Its not because for me a simple XRP refund is enough that others may think different because they might have suffered more or might indeed have wanted to sell their XRP short after the theft at a higher price compared with the present. Verzonden vanaf mijn iPhone met Tapatalk
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