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  1. Evan Schwartz - Interledger Protocol:" It is about ALL THE MONEY"! 100B is never enough.... And no, they cannot just burn them...
  2. https://www.pymnts.com/news/faster-payments/2019/interoperable-real-time-cross-border/ Ripple, which enables money transfers via blockchain, has been utilizing its distributed ledger technology to support cross-border payments. Smooth communications between players must be supported if payment schemes are to be interoperable. This can be accomplished with a standard like ISO 20022, which has been implemented more than 80 times worldwide, including with TCH’s RTP system in the U.S. and Australia’s NPP. ISO 20022’s format works with various payment types and situations, such as currency-to-currency payments and domestic currency wire transfers. It also offers the flexibility that’s required to scale the solution to meet future interoperability needs
  3. 2017 Bill Gates 2018 Bill Clinton 2019 Bill Cosby was discussed a long time here in the forum in detail Confirmed
  4. exactly. but seriously, I remember that David Schwartz already addressed the topic in an interview in 2017 and he wanted to distribute many tasks so that his failure can be coped with.
  5. If you are intetessted, the read Bobs post about upwards price pressure. And this one
  6. In terms of speed, we will see the 300 this year, maybe even at SWELL
  7. xCurrent is our core product. We have more than 200 customers using it, and we sign on average three to five institutions a week. (...) "The use case that we have around xRapid is that, rather than tying up capital, we reconcile the transfer of the messages and the value itself. xRapid is about sourcing on-demand liquidity. It’s not around trying to push financial institutions to use or buy cryptocurrency, but it’s using cryptocurrency, in this case our native digital asset XRP, as a bridge currency between two fiat currencies. This is helping users to have fast and low-cost provision of liquidity when they need it, without the obligation of tying up capital in advance in pre-funded accounts. xRapid went live last October, so it’s a very new product, but we have more than 20 financial institutions using it. (...) GTR: Speaking about the incumbents. Many banks today rely on Swift for their cross-border payments. You have worked on Swift’s most recent innovation, the gpi, which promises faster settlement times and more transparency. Swift says gpi is successful and now aims to sign up all of its bank members, which is more than 10,000, by 2020. Ripple, meanwhile, has a couple of hundred bank clients. Is Ripple a competitor to Swift? Delatinne: Personally, because I have been on both sides, I don’t think that we are competitors. We are two different things and at the end of the day, it’s about what brings value to the users. Swift is improving dramatically the way that the payments happen today, but it’s still about the messaging. You still send a message to another party. I don’t call it settlement, because this is not settlement, it’s around the fact that I can send a message in a faster way, and I can track it. This is an improvement from previously, where it could take days. So it is bringing a value. But it’s still decoupling the transfer of the messages, which are information around the payment, and the value itself. gpi is sending information. But with the distributed ledger, you can make the settlement at the same time. We are not replacing Swift, as Swift has its own value and I think we can be very complementary. It comes back to what is best for the community and how they can take advantage of both. (...) GTR: Finally, what are the future plans for Ripple? What will we be talking about a year from now? Delatinne: Now our focus in on the critical mass that we are building in terms of users. The first priority for us is volumes. If I compare to two years ago when the network went live, it is amazing: the network is really growing fast, and you see the network effects with the numbers that are added on a weekly basis. We are continuing to build this momentum. https://www.gtreview.com/news/fintech/ripple-talks-xrapid-swifts-gpi-and-facebooks-libra/
  8. @cryptoxrp @itcdominic https://xrpscan.com/metrics https://xrptracker.kka72.com/# Volume= Payment Volume https://xrpcharts.ripple.com/#/ And on Twitter @galgitron
  9. The question I cannot answer certainty and only suspect. The idea of xRapid was born about 2 years ago. that's how I understood it from Bob's interview with Alex K. Listed is the RippleCoin (xrp) ;-) already much longer on exchanges. Ripple originally intended to have banks using xrp directly. Banks thought that was great, except the regulators, so xRapid was born.
  10. Think otherwise, Ripples success does not depend on the price of xrp, but the other way round. If Ripple succeeds in enforcing its system, then naturally there is a high demand for xrp, which causes the price to rise as a result of various factors, such as: 1. demand 2. Market Maker 3. Bob's algorithm 4. Arbitranger 5. Jefferson Paradox 6. Other usecases 7.... The system around xrp is manufactured with a vengeance, with moneygram they now have it in their own hands to let volume rise.
  11. Brad has said several times that xrp was designed not for investors but for institutional use. With an xRapid payment, it does not matter what the price is. $ 100 to be transferred remains $ 100, whether xrp is worth 42 cents or $ 589. From a global point of view, a high price makes more sense, and we've always heard that from Ripple.
  12. https://krld.radio.com/media/audio-channel/alex-holmes-chairman-ceo-moneygram-international-inc-nasdaq-mgi Nice podcast about 9 minutes. "I agree, a lot of those guys are doing what we did a year and a half ago , in pilot mode and testing xrp, but we’re about to do is move this forward in a very large way." @Zerp_Legend
  13. Nice read, thanks @hallwaymonitor, excited to see more from MoneyNet
  14. Nice to see you here again @dreventures, love your videos
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