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panmores

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  1. Aren't most big exchanges storing tokens in air-gapped different geo-locations? Even GateHub's own air-gapped wallets seemed save whereas ledger wallets were not. Also, compared to fiat thefts from banks, it would be interesting to know how much fiat is stolen from bank accounts compared to tokens stolen from crypto exchanges. Add the hardware component of hardware wallets. Okay, you have a 24-word key to restore should the hardware wallet fail. The major risk with exchanges is that they might go out of business, for whatever reason.
  2. They're early this year! Great to learn that programmatic sales, which for sure had a big impact on market psychology, are (for now) a thing of the past - and that market perception has an impact on Ripple's acting. Yet, still no escrow sale and the wording is quite opaque what happens to the chunk each month they don't return to escrow: Any ideas what "operating wallets" refer to? In the course of this year this is likely more than $1b taken out from escrows. Eagerly awaiting the day those escrows are picked up in FOMO hurry.
  3. But a paper wallet you also have to download from somewhere...
  4. Allow me to highlight today's Daily XRP Brief: So what about Sologenic? It's the new bull on Wall Street, says one analyst. It's Plus Ripple solving the global liquidity trap - and trader CryptHawk nailed the recent XRP moves to the cent, quite amazing. This and more in today's Daily XRP Brief.
  5. Will miss your precise and concise writups, @Hodor even though I think you were too politically correct, if you know what I mean Say, did the change come with your CoinField win to fly to Malta? Best of luck, enjoy Malta and thanks again for all your work! ... while me continues these humble XRP Briefs - quite different from the master's work! Today's XRP Brief 10/14/19 - CoinField announces XRPL project and XRP breaks long-term descending channel
  6. And still not moving north??
  7. You're right, it'd make a lot of sense. Any solid information how advanced the Ripple SGS partnership is? BTW, your posts in here are dearly missed, you always added a lot of substance and great finds. On Twitter, such posts tend to disappear quickly.
  8. This Yuri Molchan is useless. He wrote an article about Ripple teaming up with another "startup", Finastra...
  9. From your "Final Statement" @enej, published Jul 19 - and quiet since then: So... you are just trying to buy time? Truly shocking to see how GH refutes all responsibility. It's probably the worst handling of multiple crypto hacks ever. Look how other exchanges, especially in Asia, dealt with hacks! You and everyone knows that it must be some sort of inside job, which makes GH's ignoring of all responsibility even worse. Feeling sorry for you if you truly think that giving up means the bad guys won. You, I'm afraid, become a synonym for the bad guys. You won't be able to restore trust by ignoring your responsibility. How can you even keep afloat without any trading activity / liquidity is beyond me. Right, you fight. You should fight for your betrayed customers. It's actually quite courageous that you dare to show your face. Teaming up with Coil, well, another result of the old Ripple connections that early on brought you most customers. The least you can do is informing victims about progress made when talking to other exchanges and authorities. But I bet you haven't shared a single word with victims yet, because you won't compensate any. Or will you?
  10. Thanks for the input, let me find that out.
  11. Was just about to post this "update," thanks @Danny. While Tariq copy-pasted an old article, it's not all bad. Daily Fintech actually confirms the Swift Corda Settler trials: https://coil.com/p/cryptoking/XRP-Brief-10-4-19-Confusion-about-Swift-testing-Ripple-and-XRP-waiting-in-accumulation-zone-/ARhzhbSYK
  12. Is @Allvor officially dead now? And are ALV automatically exchanged into XRP when removing the trust line?! How else to get rid of those ALV?
  13. The author is not some XRP army dreamboy, but the CEO of a dedicated think tank. I think his credibility would be at stake.
  14. It's actually pretty cool how GateHub's implementation of Coil works, with a live streaming ticker in the wallet. Yet they're not getting anywhere without compensating the hack victims. It's not just one or two wallets, it's many dozens. Everyone knows it must be some sort of inside job. Looking at the non-existent liquidity, it's a mystery how they can pretend to still be in business.
  15. Changing the format slightly - renamed to TA Briefs and more news items: https://coil.com/p/cryptoking/XRP-Brief-10-2-19-Pompliano-interviews-Garlinghouse-and-short-Bitcoin-long-XRP-/2s-TkCBHr
  16. Today's https://coil.com/p/cryptoking/XRP-TA-9-30-19-Oppressor-Bitcoin-dumps-again-solid-XRP-counter-push/T5XlgEeHu
  17. This "mother of all XRP channels" of course deserves mention! Still trying to find the correct mix so that's not just TA - maybe mix with one or two relevant news items: https://coil.com/p/cryptoking/XRP-TA-9-27-19-From-BTC-bully-to-XRP-bulls-when-/FD7DkV3lV
  18. Good day everyone Starting to post short daily XRP TA overviews, condensed to a few essentials. We all know it's not perfect science, yet there's something to these curves and lines and algorithms. Tune in now and then, should provide the daily basics in a 1-minute read. Here's the first one - and lemme know what to add, which TAs to follow or any other feedback / input: https://coil.com/p/panmores/XRP-TA-9-26-19-What-s-up-after-BTC-s-fat-tumble-One-last-XRP-fishing-wick-/CCcRH5mw7 Thanks!
  19. Libra is a great wake up call for bankers. They should respond to these challenges. And look who offers them a turnkey solution??
  20. If there is one person the universe needs, it's David. He's absolutely humble and modest, politely forthcoming and, well, an absolute Einstein of our times - and no social drinking. Guess that's key to keep that splendid mind he has. David's the treasure Ripple has to take most care of - he's invaluable, really. Could get any salary he wants, anywhere. David sticking with all his energy, mind and heart to Ripple and XRP - that, to me, is if not the main reason to believe in the project.
  21. Altogether the inefficient corridors and unbanked are probably a market larger than the playing field of the established banks. Whatever competition comes along, I think Ripple gave up some time ago trying to confront the biggest names in banking and finances heads on. These might join, however, eventually, if the Ripple concept proves right.
  22. Looks like a copy / paste from Ripple playbook, except keywords we wish missing... If this is as good as it sounds, then you might consider selling XRP at the current $0.27-something-high for good. What's the caveat?
  23. Interesting, yet he makes unmistakably clear that regulation has to be firm and first before adopting any new tech.
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