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  1. Has anyone tried market-making on exchanges where corridors are “live”? According to this thread by @BobWay anyone is able to make markets and if your offer is used for ODL, you are compensated through the “incentive algorithm”. Can anyone provide an example of say “market-making” USD/XRP corridor? Would it be as simple as setting limit buy/sell orders of both USD and XRP on an ODL exchange (say bitstamp or bitso)?
  2. How do we feel this will affect current market conditions (if at all): https://www.google.com/amp/s/blog.coinmarketcap.com/2019/08/30/updated-ranking-methodology-new-liquidity-metric-soon/amp/ > Liquidity-based metrics will be launched on November 12, 2019 I personally think it’ll be interesting especially with the continued ODL daily increases. (https://utility-scan.com/#/dashboard)
  3. https://www.google.com/amp/s/blog.coinmarketcap.com/2019/08/30/updated-ranking-methodology-new-liquidity-metric-soon/amp/ With liquidity ramping up, this is starting to look interesting...Liquidity-based metrics will be launched on November 12, 2019
  4. Seems these Fnality folks are coming back into the news: https://www.forbes.com/sites/andreatinianow/2019/10/17/blockchain-start-up-backed-by-big-banks-ushers-in-new-era-of-banking/amp Hadn’t seen this thread back in June, definitely quelled my fears. As you all say, the big key point here is counterparty risk. Though it seems they are a bit closer to actually launching now. Exciting times!
  5. You must understand that things get delayed especially in large enterprises. Have you ever tried getting a project into production? As a software developer, unexpected things always come up that may push your launch date (better to push back then rush to production with a broken product). I understand you’d like a CEO to be a little more accurate with his “predictions”, but look at the scale of what Ripple is accomplishing and these delays start to make sense. When you’re upending an age old infrastructure, it’s going to take time and you’re going to hit speed bumps (liquidity, regulation). Have patience (easy to say now), I truly believe what Ripple has accomplished/is accomplishing will one day be looked at as revolutionary on a global scale. And then factor in the other companies (Coil, Xpring, Polysign, XRPTipBot etc) building on the XRPL... HODL on XRP is in great hands
  6. Hey @BobWay Does Ripple integrate its solutions for its customers or are other cloud providers making Ripple solutions available through their own cloud platforms? A few come to mind SAP, Volante, Temenos, Bluezelle, Microsoft etc. The community has definitely speculated on this: Bluzelle/Temenos: Volante: https://www.volantetech.com/news-events/press-releases/volante-technologies-launches-accelerator-for-bank-integration-to-ripple-s-distributed-financial-technology Is cloud+Payments as a Service the future?
  7. I’d say this and Polysign are the two announcements I’m personally waiting on.
  8. I know there are some great channels but I really don’t care for any of it, I’d rather read articles and information myself and form my own opinions. You must remember the underlying motives are usually views, more “bullish” news+dot connecting/hype == more views (especially in this bear market) 🤷🏻‍♂️
  9. Ryyy20

    Hi! I'm Bob

    @BobWay I believe he already linked the 2 that have been issued here: http://patft.uspto.gov/netacgi/nph-Parser?Sect1=PTO2&Sect2=HITOFF&p=1&u=%2Fnetahtml%2FPTO%2Fsearch-bool.html&r=0&f=S&l=50&TERM1=Way%2C+Robert&FIELD1=INNM&co1=AND&TERM2=Ripple&FIELD2=ASNM&d=PTXT #2 “Resource Path Monitoring” talks about “resource paths” and “resource pools” potentially having to do with pathfinding and or xPool (not sure if Ripple has ever confirmed xPool to actually exist)? I know Ripple owns a trademark on xPool so it’d be awesome to learn more about it (if it’s something that actually exists, or whether they were just “defensively” getting trademarks for some possible future project) I’ve only briefly skimmed these so let me read them more in depth and come back to this as I could be on the complete wrong path here. Once again thanks Bob!
  10. Ryyy20

    Hi! I'm Bob

    Honestly it might be more beneficial if we all setup validators, it literally takes seconds with the docker image Wietse @xrptipbot setup and he has an awesome guide on how to do it: It would be a great way to strengthen+diversify the XRP ledger!
  11. Ryyy20

    Hi! I'm Bob

    @BobWay can you speak at all to the validity of this thread where this person claims to be an insider from BofA and says something along the lines of them having an exclusive agreement using Ripple? Who do you think will be the first major bank to use XRP (I’ve always assumed it’d be BofA due to their close albeit quiet relationship with Ripple)? Also since were getting speculation out of the way and David @JoelKatz is in the house, is there any reason Uber/Amazon/AirBNB are always referenced in Ripple presentations? I could see them hugely benefiting from Ripple technology due to constantly paying out in a variety of currencies (xVia comes to mind). Are they interested? Again thank you for taking the time to interact with us and provide these insightful responses!
  12. Ryyy20

    Hi! I'm Bob

    @BobWay Just want to preface this with a huge thank you for doing this for the community, the stuff I’ve learned is absolutely incredible from just this post. How far ahead of “competition” is Ripple in realizing it’s strategey? Who are their closest competitors in your opinion, IBM? I think the strategy of Ripple is crystal clear in that they are targeting high friction corridors (Mexico, India, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand...) are these (mostly ASEAN) the corridors that will see a lot of XRP usage at first? I’ve also seen a lot of activity in the MENA region, it seems like they’ve gone full on into the blockchain space, do you see that as being a targeted corridor for XRP use? How do big banks/treasuries view crypto currencies like XRP in your opinion, are they taking it seriously? Can they realize benefits today or are they waiting to join the game? What’s holding them back? Back in 2016 there was a pilot of like 16 banks that trialed using XRP and they said they were pretty much on board but couldn’t use it because of regulations, are they any closer to using digital assets today?
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