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  1. The New York State Department of Financial Services (DFS) has denied Messari, a platform offering crypto “metrics and live data, access to some requested clarity over Ripple’s XRP market cap that created ruckus in the cryptocurrency space late January. Answering Messari on his request to know the average sales price XRP 11 was offered to Ripple’s enterprise customers from 2016 to 2019, the implied discount to spot rate, and the total XRP sold via XRP II, NYDFS responded, saying disclosing such information would result in a “substantial competitive injury to the subject enterprise”. While claiming that it has spreadsheets that are partially responsive to Messari’s request, NYDFS says released information can be used to gain unauthorised access, or engage in fraud or other criminal acts as it contains transactional information on Ripple. What Lead to the Enquiry Late January, Messari’s research hints that the real circulating supply and market capitalization of Ripple’s digital asset XRP are overstated, pointing that XRP has lesser market cap and circulating supply than quoted on all exchanges, Indices, and CoinMarketCap. From the report, Messari surmises that XRP’s liquid “circulating supply” and “market cap” could be increased by 48%. The research points that the overstated value as at then, puts the total XRP “market cap” at $6.9 billion as against the widely represented $13.0 billion, making the digital asset exceedingly high by market cap. During the period, Messari enjoined all major indices to revise their circulating supply for Ripple’s XRP “downward” to show the exchange’s real network liquidity. Messari, which sought input from Ripple with got no response, urged indices to desist from using Ripple’s XRP API for calculating actual supply. Before the research, Ripple in its released 2018 Q4 report, stated that the average daily XRP volume was $585.7 million. As stated in the report, Ripple sold around $88.88 million worth of XRP, a value higher that the Q1 XRP sales.
  2. ...brick in the wall. BG123 is referring to the bricks in his Twitter profile header pic. https://twitter.com/321yugelbaraeb
  3. stop doing your SEO tasks for your website using this forum https://www.xrpchat.com/topic/30465-xrp-price-alerts/?do=findComment&comment=689081 https://www.xrpchat.com/topic/30419-mark-phillips-believes-xrp-was-designed-to-be-10000xrp/?do=findComment&comment=694232 https://www.xrpchat.com/topic/30482-xrp-added-on-coinbase-pro/?do=findComment&comment=691534 EDIT: actually I think you should be banned right away being your contents here very poor
  4. The news is about the UK competition watchdog
  5. At Visa they know what they're doing. Also, I can't understand why the average speculator can't manage to understand what's going on and connect the dots about Ripple partnerships.. it's not that hard. But NO they still avoid XRP as the plague.
  6. New circulating supply: 42.133.310.721 XRP
  7. The big issue I see in your reasoning is that you're ignoring that people in poor countries are still having dozen of kids. There are not many acceptable ways to prevent overpopulation. To me access to the Internet is equal to access to knowledge and education, and there's a long-standing correlation showing that women who receive more education have fewer kids than those who are less educated. For example teachings about safe sex and contraceptive methods are the key to getting control of overpopulation.
  8. Don't worry mate it's just a meme All the things you listed are actually big improvements for society, but what about the spread of ideas and knowledge? This doesn't seem to have found a place in the report you are naming. There are place in developing countries (the wast mayority of world population) that are Leapfrogging thanks to Internet https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leapfrogging#Leapfrogging_in_developing_countries Also read "4 Impact on economic development and the poor" https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/media/57a0899b40f0b652dd0002f4/The-impact-of-internet-connectivity-on-economic-development-in-Sub-Saharan-Africa.pdf
  9. New circulating supply: XRP
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