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quetzalcoatl

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  1. this comment really got me! what a great laugh, im sure i have a few posts in here that have gone to shit!
  2. I was invited to the uphold beta debit card which i imagine functions exactly the same as the coinbase card. It works like this... Multiple wallets that you fund with fiat/crypto. You select your wallet you wish to use before purchasing, swipe your card, transaction complete. I received $50 US as a thank you for the beta program, so far i have only been using the money they sent, there have been no fees for US $ purchases so far. I've been thinking about sending over some zerps to try it out but i cant find my usb c cable so they are safe for now. Very curious to see the fees on a crypto/fiat conversion. I love the idea of these things, right now it's not very fun because the market has been a shitshow the last 2 years, yet having this infrastructure in place for the future of the industry will certainly help.
  3. xrp/btc taking off now, take your seats ladies and gentleman
  4. i found this wallet the other day https://bithomp.com/explorer/jfaath ) when exploring the BTC iou debacle that's been going on for a few weeks now. crazy looking back in time, buy order of $710 for 50,000 zerps.
  5. Out of all the fear of litigation Ripple has faced this one might carry the most weight, yet it seems frivolous. Reading through the complaint i'm left thinking, if i patented a system to cook a hot dog and then someone came along using a similar system and cooked a bratwurst would i pursue litigation?
  6. Dev Null has a great api for historical data and reports, yet unfortunately you can only back date 1 month at the most. http://xrp1ntel.com/api Wietse has a public dataset available using Google bigQuery, not sure if you have attempted to go this route. wietse runs a full history rippled node so he will be updating as necessary. check it out on github https://github.com/WietseWind/fetch-xrpl-transactions
  7. I found another https://bithomp.com/explorer/rpJZ5WyotdphojwMLxCr2prhULvG3Voe3X these wallets have been sending btc payments back and forth. weird because it's a lot of money to be playing around with.
  8. formatting and using as a flash drive may be more useful !
  9. gotta say they look pretty cool, i like the bare metal look.
  10. https://ledger.exposed/rich-stats built by the wonderful Wietse Wind
  11. I'm not sure where our position will end up or that I really care, but it has been fantastic watching the order books since we hit 2400sats. Lots of people flipping BTC for xrp, I believe this trading pair has kept us down since last September after the huge weeks long pump. I lost almost 4% on my rich list position so wallets have begun filling up again.
  12. What a sad game that was huh? I really wonder sometimes if they ever will be good again. Nice to see a fellow NEO zerper!
  13. I could be wrong but I believe you are incorrect. From what I remember xcurrent 4.0 brought features like Multi-hop and the possibility of settling payments using an xrapid enabled ripplenet member. It's hard to know exactly how everything works since we have never seen ripples software. I'm imagining there is some sort of payment portal that companies log into and there are various options to choose from to make a payment, 4.0 brought all the software suites under 1 umbrella.
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