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  1. https://www.captiongenerator.com/1302162/Craig-Wright-hears-XRP-will-be-listed-on-Coinbase
  2. Also this, the picture is used links to Amazon product page. Yes, it is a stock photo but who knows?
  3. New one here: The qr code links to: https://m.imgur.com/a/DFQFTjU also 5 and 6 april are red? And 6 is not in sync. and the other code to:
  4. Ok, another one today... a qr code and another picture that maybe something is gonna happen on valentines day. bit what i find more intresting: Amazon is in!? Remember bg123 “don’t stop me now?” check the new Amazon super bowl tv ad:
  5. Simplex fee is 3.5% of the transaction with a 10USD minimum (flat fee). Daily limit is 20k USD per user. Monthly limit is 50k USD per user. Minimum transaction: 50 USD.
  6. yup not possible yet. but the text says it is: https://support.binance.com/hc/en-us/articles/360022498052-Binance-Enables-Debit-and-Credit-Card-Payments As part of Binance’s larger mission to increase the adoption and mainstream accessibility of crypto, Binancians are now able to use Visa and MasterCard to buy BTC, ETH, LTC and XRP, and start trading on Binance.com within minutes. I think just wait for some hours, they are comit the code right now.
  7. https://www.americanexpress.com/us/foreign-exchange/articles/ripple-vs-swift-gpi-cross-border-payments/
  8. SWIFT Chief Announces Integration With R3 At Paris Fintech Forum https://www.coindesk.com/swift-chief-announces-integration-with-r3-at-paris-fintech-forum
  9. yup that's it United nations? Unicef? https://thexrpdaily.com/index.php/2019/01/14/united-nations-confirms-piloting-ripples-cross-border-payment-technology/
  10. @Tinyaccount and @CryptoDrover thanks both for your explanation, really appreciate it!
  11. Thanks for your answer. for example: SWIFT ( or replace it with other company ) comes in. Everyone talks about 100 , 200 dollar ( or higher ) but the price is only driven by the Exchanges? They decide the price only? Because if i look at cmc i see the volume ( because they publish it through their API. But the volume of a large bank or institution is not visible because they don’t publish this data. A bank buys or get the xrp maybe for free from Ripple? Or at a discount? But can it be that banks have another layer of pricing? In the end the banks are the ones with the most XRP. So we “the private holders” and the “banks” can have different prices for XRP? or can it be that you and I pay for example 50 dollar for 1 XRP via Exchange, the bank Exchange this with another bank or person for 0,01 dollar ? If so, we say marketcap is not important only volume, but if we don’t see the volume from the “banks” why the price Will get higher? Only by the Exchanges that publish their data via an API and get this listed at CMC? sorry for the unclear story, but hope you understand my point
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