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Raz

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  1. It’s released from escrow and up for sale for that month. Anything not sold goes back into escrow. As far as when Ripple will be out of zerps nobody knows.
  2. Where did you get CSC? I’m looking into it and seems like a good speculation play
  3. I have one word as to why Ripple, and you for that matter, should care about the gaming industry; liquidity. See, gaming isn't really about buying a video game in your local store anymore. Everything is online now. You download games. Because of this game makers are going to want to receive their native fiat and not have to use swift or some local exchange to convert their profits. This is where XRP comes in; namely cross-border instant settlement. Furthermore, there will come a time when instant streaming of payments will be used in gaming because I don't necessarily want to pay a ton of money for a game that I may want to play for a week because I just like the storyline or want to beat it once and be done with it. It's the new renting of games. For the games that I want to own because I'm just really into that game then I can pay for it outright. This is the new way to lease a game, or rent it, much like Amazon has done for college textbooks. I don't want to own my books so now I just rent them for a fraction of owning them. If anyone in the whole cryptosphere should care about this, it should be XRP holders because it's another use case to source liquidity from. This could be as big or bigger than the cross-border payments people want to send because it's a way bigger niche of people who will spend crazy money, especially in developing countries. After all, people have to have their entertainment!
  4. Dude, doesn’t that mean you should report them to the authorities and start a class action lawsuit? I bet that’ll show them! And then you can get your money back! You should call Ryan Coffey. He knows what to do!
  5. How does that instantly settle? Are you saying instantly settle my house payment? Another bank doesn’t want JPM. Instantly settle my utility bill? IBID. What are you instantly settling and to whom?
  6. Oh wow, where were you like 6 months ago when we were all speculating as to how this process would work! I am very, very, very grateful for your time and knowledge!
  7. I don’t think so, but I hear they are the chemical free salt water set-ups. REALLLL NICE 👍
  8. I get the liquidity part of the equation being difficult, but I’m not positive about the compliance part. Is it because of the AMA/KYC piece? If so, is that not handled by the banks? If it’s the security issue, then will compliance become a low hurdle for competition to enter once regulation is set in place? I guess I’m struggling to see how compliance will be a major problem 1,2, or 3 years down the road.
  9. I think my big question is how difficult it is to replecate what Ripple is trying to achieve with XRP and xRapid. I mean, I have a pretty good understanding of what the road map is, and how it is going to be achieved, but I don’t understand if other companies are sourcing coders that are capable of building out a network with a digital asset like Ripple is.
  10. Please come back from time to time. I really enjoy learning about this stuff. It’s like reading a primary source in history before it made history.
  11. Dang, I feel like I owe you money after that very intelligent response. Well said, and there is no sarcasm. I’m just impressed with how you took a complex idea and made it simple. Well done.
  12. Oops, you said you were excited under the image soooo... my bad
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