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panmores

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  1. Doesn't seem to be much life in zerps at all, lately... The only way up (price-wise) I see as a reaction to bulls waking up... The use cases Brad's been selling us for some time seem distant, or at least there's no increase of traction whatever to be observed on the Ledger.

    Again, it's also a matter of belief whether you'll hang in there or not. I hope, think and assume that much is going on behind the scenes. Hey it's complicated what Ripple tries to achieve. But of course it's also time to not close one's eyes to potential red flags.


  2. Thailand's financial regulator SEC kicked out BCH, ETC, LTC.

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    The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has removed three cryptocurrencies from a list of those allowed for initial coin offering (ICO) investment and as a trading pair for the digital asset trade.

    Bitcoin cash (BCH), ethereum classic (ETC) and litecoin (LTC) have been removed from the list of accepted cryptocurrencies, according to the SEC.

    Bitcoin (BTC), ethereum (ETH), ripple (XRP) and stellar (XLM) remain as cryptocurrencies allowed for investing in ICOs and as a base trading pair for valuation of digital assets registered  with digital asset exchanges. 

    The regulator said cryptocurrency selection is based on an assessment of cryptocurrency development, related news and other important factors. 

     

    At least some countries are acting.


     

     

    https://www.bangkokpost.com/business/finance/1636910/sec-bars-3-cryptocurrencies-from-icos-trading-pairs


  3. 12 minutes ago, lucky said:

    JPM coin s not a copy of XRP by a stretch. If that is what they are doing we should cheer and applaud this epic failure.

    Of course - to me another bullish sign how well ahead Ripple is.


  4. 6 minutes ago, Archbob said:

    Has anyone actually issued another token aside from XRP on the Ripple protocol? Can you actually do that?

    Stellar is more of a network that you can issue tokens on. Things like smartlands are already on Stellar. I think HCNEt was started on stellar but moved to it own protocol afterwards.

    Allvor.org


  5. 2 hours ago, lucky said:

    Good question. What could possibly motivate someone to join forces with an anonymous blogger to save the billion dollar correspondent banking cashcow from Ripple by launching a classic coordinated campaign to spread Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt?

    Could it be a big fat cheque?

    I think she's a hardcore feminist, simple as that...

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