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  1. Liquidity Aggregation Job position and Breanne Madigan's article [Job Position] Staff Software Engineer, Liquidity "Liquidity sourcing and aggregation, [...]" https://ripple.com/company/careers/all-jobs?gh_jid=2006530 "I guess that what Ripple is going to develop by this new job is a solution to get more liquidity by using multiple exchanges for one payment: "Liquidity Aggregation."" [Ripple Insight] Liquidity and Global Markets | 101 Breanne Madigan, 20th April "But even non-ODL partner exchanges like Kraken or Coinbase will contrinute to increased liquidity." https://ripple.com/insights/liquidity-and-global-markets-101/
  2. I disagree From Q2 2019 XRP Market Report, Click on the image to access the document Ripple was referring to. ______________________________________________________________________________________________________ Below is a comparison by quarter of the XRP sales by Ripple with the XRP/BTC evolution Ripple started significantly selling XRP in Q4 2017 and peaked the sales during the run in Q2 2019. The moment Ripple started to drastically reduce their sales, XRP/BTC remained flat, no matter what BTC was doing. Ever since Ripple was selling XRP, they were reducing its price against USD, but it is easier to realize this effect when you compare XRP to BTC, for a few obvious reasons: BTC leads the market BTC gaining value relatively means alts gaining value If you chose to compare XRP to USD you would not be able to tell whether or not the price was being reduced by Ripple' sales. If BTC was going up, XRP was slightly going up If BTC was staying flat, XRP was slightly moving down If BTC was going down, XRP was significantly moving down RESULTS BTC 18 Dec 2018: 3,160 26 Jun 2019: 14,000 Increase: 443% ETH 18 Dec 2018: 83 26 Jun 2019: 363 Increase: 437% XRP 16 Dec 2018: 0.283 22 Jun 2019: 0.506 Increase: 78%
  3. In principle, market volume cannot be negative. But the calculation of the index sometimes outputs negative values undesirably. It tends to happen if a market is no liquid or very volatile. But those absolute values are negligibly small. So you can think it as near-zero.
  4. https://www.ripple.com/insights/swell-2019-moneygram-ceo-says-10-of-transactions-between-mexico-and-us-use-on-demand-liquidity/?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=organic_social
  5. Agenda https://www.cvent.com/events/cordacon-london-2019/agenda-48e259ee8ab5479ba457a3deed777252.aspx
  6. Alex Cobb 24/7 ODL Transactions Alpha version Here is a preview of the stream The info displayed (in this version): Transferred amount (in XRP, USD) From exchange - To exchange Likelihood it is an ODL batch of transactions 24 hour volume and number of ODL batches For now, it seems Ripple is merging many small transactions into batches of 40k XRP transactions. So, as of now, it takes a little while to see those batches showing up on screen, because of the current volume on Bitstamp, Bitso and Coins.ph. Every 15 minutes or so, a new batch of 40k XRP ODL shows up, at the time of writing this, the first day of this stream. This is by no mean a representation of any pattern for any given day. Sunday was very active compared to Monday for example. It is likely we see the pace getting faster as time goes by. This stream will be live 24/7, Alex Cobb will still stream on normal hours as this one will be running on the side. As additional tools, you can check Volume (Bitstamp to Bitso, Bitstamp to Coins.ph) https://public.tableau.com/profile/hmatejx#!/vizhome/xRapid_search/xRapidtrafficTag and Bitso Liquidity https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1pZ2POpljERK-oV3rusaCmq58U2badn5i9WOCIP9Wtmg/edit#gid=1888946776 _____________________________________________________________________________ Edit to show some of the bundles _____________________________________________________________________________
  7. Global Head of Corporate Banking Operations, Philippe Boulas Head of Transformation, Nicolas Gautier 23 September 2019 BNP Parisbas has participated in the creation of Finastra Fusion LenderComm. Fusion LenderComm is a platform that enables syndicated loans to be fully digitized from their creation to their settlement. In my research, I have already proven a few weeks ago that R3's Corda Settler is to be used alongside Fusion LenderComm by Finastra, which only a couple days ago was publicly announced to be partnering with Ripple. In this video, they both explain the benefits of implementing Finastra's Fusion Lendercomm solution as an industry. Nicolas Gautier brings the attention on the risks of being an early adopter and being alone in using it. But also he emphasizes the advantages of being an early adopter prior to others who are too slow at implementing this technology. Lastly, Philippe Boulas highlights the settlement benefits.
  8. Infosys Finacle and R3 Conclude Global Trial of Blockchain Based Trade Finance September 23, 2019 Link to the trial Some of the testimonies: Considering those testimonies, I highly suspect Voltron being used during the trial (Letters of Credit, see my topic about it for more info). The operations conducted were most likely to reduce the operational costs, but eventually transactions (like those involved with a letter of credit) need settlement. The participating banks include: ABC Bank Ltd AO Alfa-Bank Axis Bank Bank of Baroda EBE Bank Federal Bank Fidelity Bank Plc First Bank of Nigeria First City Monument Bank Ltd Gulf International Bank Intesa Sanpaolo Prime Bank RBL Bank Ltd Syndicate Bank Standard Bank (South Africa)
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