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  1. Lambo... jk It's kind of up to you to draw a conclusion. Ryan Zagone said, on May 1, "We have signed over 120 financial institutions to the network for them to enable real time payments." I connected some dots and BoE talking to BoC when BoC has been raving about xRapid/XRP. The other news is to just watch out for the report coming from the Crypto-asset Taskforce. There is a lot to read but there are some good nuggets of info in there. Honestly, i didnt have time to read everything but I went through quite a bit
  2. I tried to post this on /r/Ripple but they don't want to approve it for some reason. This is not FOMO hype or FUD. Just real facts and articles that I think are worth looking into. Yesterday morning I got caught up in the UK parliament website (I live in the US). I found a document that was just published yesterday. https://publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm201719/cmselect/cmtreasy/910/910.pdf The document from the House of Commons Treasury Committee is about Crypto-assets. If you search "Ripple" You will see that out man Ryan Zagone presented on blockchain applications. This article leads to the full transcript of Ryan Zagone's accounts on the topic, here: http://data.parliament.uk/writtenevidence/committeeevidence.svc/evidencedocument/treasury-committee/digital-currencies/oral/82323.html At the bottom there are different follow-up documents in which Ripple submitted some written evidence http://data.parliament.uk/WrittenEvidence/CommitteeEvidence.svc/EvidenceDocument/Treasury/Digital%20currencies/written/86077.html Here is where things get really interesting... The main publication also has a link to https://www.parliament.uk/business/committees/committees-a-z/commons-select/treasury-committee/inquiries1/parliament-2017/digital-currencies-17-19/publications/ On this page there is a link to Bank of England Written Evidence: https://www.parliament.uk/documents/commons-committees/treasury/Written_Evidence/govenor-boe-digital-currencies-160718.pdf This letter talks about how they have piloted many different blockchain products, including, Ripple products. This letter references Bank of Canada (https://dailyhodl.com/2018/09/10/royal-bank-of-canada-says-ripple-and-xrp-can-save-financial-institutions-46-per-payment/) and the Monetary Authority of Singapore which there has been news. A notable quote would be: "Are working currently with the Bank of Canada and Monetary Authority of Singapore, and a number of private sector firms, to explore ways to facilitate cross-border payments, including via systems using DLT. " The letter continues to talk about the "Crypto-asset Taskforce" and how they are going to report on their findings September 2018. This lead me to https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/cryptoassets-taskforce which states "The Taskforce will publish a report in Q3 2018."
  3. I like the riddles too because they keep me excited for the future of XRP. I also agree that they are basically just a catch-all for any scenario. If he is trolling us then the joke is on him because I am HODL with or without him.
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