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  1. Not sure if we'll be able to try this out during the current testing - but great to see it all coming together. Progress can be seen here: This is cool too:
  2. They've been having periodic sessions that people can join in on - earlier today another one around the testnet Other Logos related news: Nice pickup for Celsius, and congrats to you Carl
  3. Out of curiosity, I tried to sell a small amount earlier - nothing has changed for US customers: permission denied (error code 804)
  4. Appreciate the sentiment @BillyOckham... I can only echo what I'd earlier mentioned about my experience around the project. As far as any red flags, or issues surrounding anonymity - that's something that each person will need to reckon with. As with anything else in life, if something seems off to you, either get up as close as you can to investigate, or steer clear and let someone else be the first one through the door ... For my money, the anonymity was more of a curiosity than anything. It was known early on in the emergence of the project that they had revealed their identities to
  5. Are wrong … or maybe 'half-right' and 'half-wrong'. There are people who insist that it's dead, in that, it was a thing but is no longer a thing; based on misconstrued comments made by @JoelKatz ... In fact - an iteration of Codius had been deprecated alongside ongoing work on the ‘repurposed version’ (for lack of a better description) https://github.com/codius/codiusd/pull/157 So, half-right in that regard. However, it's very much alive as many of you well know. The current state of development/usage is another matter, but the Interledger community calls have featured some great at-
  6. Hard to say without knowing the specifics, but it sounds like that's what could've happened to you. I know that they've mentioned making changes in dealing with KYC/AML/compliance and I think it will end up a more 'up front/when you set up the account' type of process that would result in less unpleasant 'surprises' in the form of forced compliance checks on an 'as you go' basis. Hope you got sorted out
  7. I like your initial question and premise @brianwalden - my reply is meant in the sense that the system should be dynamic enough whereby it ostensibly requires enough XRP to be locked up at any given time, such that it would allow for scenarios where one agent, or a few agents might act as you mention, and would still be able to compensate the originator. I don't mean to say that all XRP provided by originators would need to be locked up at all times. I could've worded it better so as to be less literal in that way -- and while I recognize that you stipulate 'under normal conditions' you also
  8. In your example the XRP are in fact held on XRPL during the entire life-cycle of the corresponding FXRP, from origination to redemption. https://flare.xyz/app/uploads/2020/08/FXRP_Version_1.0.pdf
  9. Feel free to join the Discord if you like https://discord.gg/ehVRQt3j
  10. Hey @Tako - that was for the closed beta, which has now ended - and some of those instructions changed along the way anyhow, was nothing you were doing wrong. There will be a public beta that's expected to begin soon (I believe mid-February, but don't quote me) ...
  11. It's nobody's favorite, that's for sure ... you're not alone in that sentiment Tough spot for everyone to be in - you for having to sit there and wait to provide information for a compliance check, them for having to do it, and while getting crushed by increased volume and a throng of new members ... at least they remain one of a handful of options for US investors to access XRP. Hope you get sorted out quickly, but I'd expect at least a day before it gets resolved, if we're being honest.
  12. I'm all for it - XRP, LTC, DOGE right out of the gate -- then governance, then let's add more @thinlyspread put together a nice graphic that I think aptly describes the Flare landscape, and helps to express the above sentiment in visual detail Interestingly, Vega also sees the merits of a DOGE/LTC as you can hear them talk about potentially building a DOGE bridge during their recent deep dive. ( 44 min mark ) https://www.twitch.tv/vegacommunity/videos They have an ERC20 bridge, as do many other people. https://medium.co
  13. @Delvin I can tell you that there are a few of us in The Zerpening who are in the test group, and we share our experiences periodically there. It's not been a heavy topic of conversation, but as questions might arise, the conversation shifts that way. There is a LOT of information to digest and understand between Flare & Flare Finance, but I've definitely noticed that people have been leaning into doing their research and diligence - more so than at the end of last year, as an example. As far as my experience with Flare & Flare Finance separately - I've been in each projects' resp
  14. I remember @CryptoEri having suggested that Ripple give back the Tetragon money, though I don't want to overstate or take her sentiment out of context here - but I thought the same thing and I wonder how viable or realistic that scenario might even be, or if it becomes more or less of an option beyond a certain point.
  15. @tulo you may find some answers over on Flare Official Discord https://discord.gg/XGFfp2JU
  16. It can seem a bit confusing with the whole address thing - but FLR is not an ERC20 token - FLR is the native token of it's own chain, as ETH is to Ethereum. Both chains utilize the Ethereum Virtual Machine, and Flare will follow similar standards - tokens built on Ethereum include ERC-20, ERC-712, etc - tokens built on Flare will follow that same standard. The various Flare Finance tokens YFIN, YFLR & YMIN on Flare are comparable to BAT, LINK, QNT on Ethereum, etc. Should be plenty of options at hand by the time they launch This may make it seem even more confusing , bu
  17. To be clear @Montoya - those tweets are dealing with fXRP, not FLR - which I know is your main point - just including what I remember to be the last I'd seen from them on the topic at large.
  18. This is really all we know so far, we'll have to wait until they release more info as to the exact distribution ratio It's unclear what you're asking me here in the first sentence - are you talking about XRP or FLR holders? As for the second sentence, you're certainly entitled to your opinion We know that the FLR total supply has 'something to do' with XRP, and that this is by design: https://blog.flare.xyz/the-flare-network/ But to your point, I think the situation surrounding FLR is at least a little bit different than the situation surrounding XRP -
  19. Nor is the Flare Foundation a for-profit entity, and after the project launches it can be dissolved and be forced to burn all of it's holdings by way of a governance vote .... by FLR holders. So, here we have an entity that just relinquished 5 billion of it's FLR to people who could one day vote to dissolve it. And for that, they get ridiculed. The better comparison if one were trying to draw some parallel/comparison to Ripple would be Flare's corporate entity Flare Networks Limited, I suppose. Anyhow, looking forward to this interview next week
  20. There are a few straightforward methods, yes - apologies ... I'm swamped up at the moment so have to run, but there are several threads here to show you the way forward through those steps. I'm sure someone will point you in the right direction and there will be help along the way --- but for now just know you have until June to get set up, you haven't missed anything
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