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Testudo

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  1. Be interesting to be in the room with U.S. government regulators and hear their thoughts on Ripple working with companies in countries like Pakistan who are not quite the flavor of the day with the U.S.
  2. https://bitcoinexchangeguide.com/ripple-launches-a-massive-google-advertising-campaign-to-promote-blockchain-product-xrapid/amp/ Interesting!
  3. Love this part: Brian Harris, Chief Product Officer at Currencies Direct, said of the move “our trial with XRP was a resounding success. We’re currently assessing our next steps, but the evidence we’ve gathered indicates that the use of XRP is a game changer, making payments near-immediate and significantly improving service to our customers.” “Our goal is to offer the best possible service. We believe that utilising cryptocurrencies in this way – as a transfer of value, rather than as a store of value – is the next logical step for our industry. It is, after all, the intended purpos
  4. Add a little Temnos in for good measure. https://www.google.com/amp/s/coingape.com/nordea-banks-in-europes-ripple-connection/amp/
  5. Don't know if already posted but: https://cryptodaily.co.uk/2018/10/the-sec-may-deliver-encouraging-ruling-on-xrp/
  6. Theoretically, will a U.S. resident be able to transfer from Nano to Uphold USD card?
  7. Interesting times. Everything on my list is red........except xrp. ?
  8. https://hackernoon.com/ripple-not-a-cryptocurrency-afc5e9248c4c I like this guy!
  9. Hodor, since this article talks about "powering through barriers ", I was wondering if you know of any concrete connections for the remittances being described here and Ripple/xCurrent: https://www.emiratesnbd.com/en/personal-banking/fx/direct-remit/ Thx
  10. If you scroll down on the link you provided you'll notice that it says that payments are provided by swift.
  11. Perhaps the institutional investors are buying directly from Ripple, out of escrow as has been mentioned before. This would not show up on retail exchanges. Ripple is interested in seeding XRP to increase liquidity pools for future use of XRP for banking, smart contracts, corporate payments and anything else that gets built upon their unique ledger system. Large blocks of XRP for market makers, exchanges and other remittance players might not be seen.
  12. Hodor, always look forward your blogs. In the latest you mentioned that Ripple was again endeavoring to separate Ripple/XRP. We know also that they are on their way to full decentralization. Do you believe, as do others (my self included) that this effort is not only their own initiative but at the request of the SEC in order to satisfy the security question?
  13. Wow......guess you haven't been reading much. Prevailing opinion is that the FED is working with Ripple to meet de-centralization requirements and definition of non-security. There will be no FED system. It case you haven't been paying attention, any system that wants to transfer value needs huge global liquidity pools that no one to my knowledge has even come close to yet. Ripple is trying.
  14. For the newer of those among us......exactly what does "full support" mean?
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