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  1. Some authoritarian States perhaps have a negative view on the possibility to quickly change between fiat and crypto. Turkey is a very interesting example at the moment. Erdogan has directly asked the people to change from other currencies into Lira, which immediately caused a further sell of, especially yesterday. (Source, article in FT today)I wouldn’t be surprised if this could cause bans and all sorts of idiotic behaviour if the currency crisis spreads and deepens. Or attempt to ban. Temporary blocks on access to exchanges is however a possibility. Over time crypto however will find its proper value and role also in global finance imho.
  2. Yeah, however, never underestimate the will and power of the incumbent. It would be foolish to think this is game over and the winner is a done deal. And yes, I’m all in on XRP, and think it will be hugely successful, but I also think it will take longer time than most anticipate. Once it get going however...?
  3. This thread! Education and knowledge for the community. As it should be here. A humble thank you from an amateur in this space.
  4. Thinking about this this might actually be quite significant. Looking at the partners, the idea, and the seriosity behind this, it adds very well to the idea of using digital assets and crypto for very real, very beneficial use cases. Well done Ripple and others.
  5. Source https://www.gatesfoundation.org/Media-Center/Press-Releases/2017/10/Bill-Melinda-Gates-Foundation-Releases-Open-Source-Software-to-Expand-Access-to-Financial-Services From the article: Mojaloop (building off the Swahili word “moja,” which means “one”) was created in partnership with fintech developers Ripple, Dwolla, ModusBox, Crosslake Technologies and Software Group, using cutting-edge technology such as the Interledger Protocol, a solution for settling funds among multiple providers across their individual systems. It joins other promising digital financial software, but is the first model that can help extend interoperability from mobile money providers to any bank, merchant or government institution in a customer’s economy in a way that specifically meets the needs of the poor.
  6. When they go low... actually not to bad of a view to live by on social media. Helps keep the blood pressure balanced as well...
  7. Another meaningless lawsuit? I need to stack more XRPs.
  8. seems like some of the schemers, if the story is true, might actually be in real trouble too. The author of the story claims SEC and FBI have been informed and material handed over. http://www.cftc.gov/idc/groups/public/@customerprotection/documents/file/customeradvisory_pumpdump0218.pdf
  9. Maybe, the data got blanked for a while after this happened. But it’s still there so who knows.
  10. I think @galgitron posted something from a similar dump on twitter some days ago. I would guess blatant manipulation, but of course, have no evidence for that. Just very odd.
  11. Whoa. Something got dumped and bought today. Any speculation on this?
  12. It’s intesting that he is complaining about paywalls. When sitting behind one. And only change his view when someone points it out. Credibility issues. The article as such in FT is interesting to read however.
  13. ed1, I used the link to reply to Popper on Twitter. Thank you for the good information.
  14. Yeah? Dont think I can do better than that? I’ll call whatever you bid, and add +1. Let’s see how that works from a hyperinflation perspective... even if one ALV is not one ALV when created on different addresses.... jeez, this is more complication than this space needs in my view.
  15. “My ALV is better than your ALV” This will be only confusing and as far as user case goes, seems absolutely worthless.
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