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  1. Agreed. The progress that Ripple and XRP has made is truly amazing imho. I can't think of another team or coin that comes close. Being able to deliver that information to that type of audience will be great.
  2. Awesome! Can't wait to hear the presentation
  3. Also found this interesting... "After several rounds of public hearings, a royal decree regulating digital assets took effect on May 14. The 100-section document defines cryptocurrencies as digital assets and digital tokens. "
  4. After reading the last few pages of this thread I can confidently say that's 5 mins of my life I'll never get back.
  5. https://www.sbivc.co.jp/info/maintenance_01.html Not sure if this has anything to do with it or if it's old info
  6. And this is why I tend to find Ripple's low key interviews more interesting.
  7. https://ethereumworldnews.com/japan-to-welcome-6-new-crypto-btc-eth-xrp-ltc-exchanges/ "As the United States Department of Justice (D.O.J) investigates the allegations of Bitcoin (BTC) manipulation in the crypto-market, Japan is gearing up to welcome plans of 6 more crypto exchanges being launched by public companies listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange. These 6 planned new exchanges, join a budding list of plans by other companies to issue their own crypto exchanges in the country. The current buzz is around SBI Holding’s Virtual Currencies exchange that plans on being launched this summer. There is also Line Corp and Yahoo Japan who are also planning on launching their own exchanges. The 6 companies earlier mentioned are Money Forward, Drecom, Yamane Medical Corporation, Adways, Avex and Daiwa Securites Group. This move by the 6 additional companies is natural in the country of Japan. The country has been quoted as being one of the major crypto trading and owning countries in the globe. Current estimates put the number of Japanese trading and owning crypto to 3.5 Million. The vast majority of the traders are between the ages of 20 to 40. This demographic makes up 80% of the 3.5 Million. This age range is a good indicator of what age bracket in the rest of the world, is trading in cryptocurrencies. Also on the report that highlighted the above, is that the trade volume of BTC in Japan rose from $22 Million in March 2014 to $97 Billion in March 2017. Doing the math, that is a 440,800% increase in trading and overall interest in cryptocurrencies in the country; and in a time period of just 3 years. These numbers are the main reason as to why there are almost 100 companies in total, applying for crypto trading licenses in the country of Japan through the FSA (Financial Services Agency). In conclusion, the news of more companies in Japan willing to start crypto-exchanges is an indication that the crypto-verse is not going anywhere anytime soon even with the current market decline being experienced. What might probably happen in the next few years, is that the crypto-trading industry will expand at speeds that were never imagined. Some might argue that the expansion has already begun with the 6 aforementioned Japanese companies showing interest in getting into the space. What is your take in terms of the general direction of the Crypto-market?"
  8. It was a "live" demo, not a live transaction. Two different things.
  9. The QIAT final assessment is 14 pages long (pages 132-146 in report) so won't post entire assessment here but interesting none the less. Sorry if someone has already posted this but didn't see it anywhere. Can be found here under Ripple https://fasterpaymentstaskforce.org/effectiveness-criteria-and-solution-proposals/
  10. Thanks for the insight. Should definitely be an interesting next 1-2 years for XRP. I'll be looking forward to March and September 2019.
  11. Recently bumped into an old 2016 Ripple insights article stating that the PSD2 compliance deadline is this year. "The Revised Directive on Payment Services (PSD2) has generated a great deal of news lately, as banks and payments providers in the European Union prepare (and in some cases, panic) for the 2018 compliance deadline." "PSD2 Article 2 says all currencies and originated payments within the E.U. are in scope. Article 45 says that the banks must show maximum execution time, all charges and the actual or reference exchange rate. Also, the Draft RTS in Article 18 says all transactions should be traceable with a timestamp. So, we know what the banks have been told to implement, and as far as I’m aware, only Ripple and maybe SWIFT GPI would provide an easy solution for these requirements." If I'm not mistaken I read sometime ago that it was January of this year. Anyone have an update or knowledge about this? Any thoughts appreciated. https://ripple.com/insights/christopher-kong-psd2/
  12. Did you try clicking the blue Join the XRP Trading and Speculation Club here link by chance?
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