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  1. Thank you all for your kind answers <3 Here is an observation: Weekend slopes
  2. On Friday, the 25th of October 2019, the Oesterreichische Nationalbank (OeNB) will host a workshop on “Digital currencies, central banks and the blockchain: policy implications”. The workshop will be organised in association with the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) and the Central Bank Research Association. The conference committee consists of Martin Summer (OeNB) and Raphael Auer (BIS) (Link to his profile on the BIS website and his publications). Policy-relevant submissions are being sought on the potential use cases of distributed ledger technology (DLT) in financial markets and resulting implications for public authorities. Examples include studies examining the technology, economics and regulatory implications of central bank digital currencies, cryptocurrencies, asset-backed tokens and decentralised market platforms. The submission deadline is June 15, 2019. Please e-mail your submission to Event-Management@oenb.at, with “submission Digital currencies, central banks and the blockchain: policy implication” in the subject line. Only completed papers will be considered and should be submitted as PDF files. The conference organisers will cover reasonable travel expenditures (economy travel) of the academic presenters and discussants. From the Oesterreichische Nationalbank (OeNB) (Central Bank of Austria) website: https://www.oenb.at/en/Monetary-Policy/Research/workshops/call_for_papers_workshop_ocotber_25.html From the Bank of International Settlements website: https://www.bis.org/events/cfp_oenb.pdf Side note Both the BIS and the Central Bank of Austria attended to the 9th High-Level Conference on the International Monetary System "Past, Present and Future of the International Monetary System" hosted by the Swiss National Bank meeting that happened a couple days ago.
  3. Technology-Enabled Disruption: Implications for Business, Labor Markets and Monetary Policy Organized by the Federal Reserve Banks of Atlanta, Dallas and Richmond May 22 - 23, Dallas Augustín carstens: "Blockchain is a very powerful technology, for example in settlement of financial transactions." Click the video below, from 40:00 to 43:00 https://www.dallasfed.org/research/events/2019/19ted
  4. Fintech Developments - Overview The FSI Connect (BIS's web-based information resource) has an interactive document named "Fintech Developments - Overview". The link to the document is further down, below the screenshots. https://www.fsiconnect.org/Sample_Courses/Fintech/lo_fsi_16041/AEHNAZL6PVXUZE2RIMSEKXZP3U/int_custom_2_0/432/index_dynamic.html
  5. If you do not take the time to listen to the entirety of the videos I provided, please do not post here. I put a lot of time in investigating on this. Putting the first outdated piece of information you can find is only disrespectful to my work. You are not welcome in my thread. I have found several pieces of info with Ethereum as well during my investigation, namely with the Austrian Government, dated summer 2018. The Webinar on Blockchain Bond World Bank Treasury happened Thursday, November 29th, 2018. The World Bank used a private permissioned blockchain platform. R3 and Hyperledger are both private and permissioned blockchain platforms. Ethereum is a public permissionless blockchain. Listen to the question addressed to Paul Snaith and his answer, from 51:17 -> 54:01 Click this Youtube video, I put it to the right time frame. https://www.linkedin.com/in/paul-snaith-9617275/ Page 5/10 Page 7/10 http://pubdocs.worldbank.org/en/421351543860110674/Webinar-Blockchain-Presentation-2018-11-29.pdf
  6. Dilip Rao is going to attend the International Conference on Fintech, organized by the World Bank, on may 22-23 in Vienna, Austria. The BIS will be in Vienna at the same time if we check the FSI's 2019 programme, see below Dilip's tweet. Do you remember what Dilip Rao said during the last Ripple Drop about Central Banks ? I put the video below at the right time frame. BCBS: Basel Committee on Banking Supervision The members of the BCBS come from Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Korea, Luxembourg, Mexico, the Netherlands, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, the United Kingdom and the United States. BSCEE: Banking Supervisors from Central and Eastern Europe The members of BSCEE come from Albania, Austria, Belarus, Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Ukraine. https://www.bis.org/fsi/fsi2019overview.pdf http://www.worldbank.org/en/events/2019/05/22/international-conference-on-fintech
  7. I know Ripple is not mentioned, but there are many cues which lead to the Ripple ecosystem. https://www.commbank.com.au/guidance/newsroom/world-bank-and-cba-blockchain-bond-201905.html http://www.worldbank.org/en/news/press-release/2019/05/15/world-bank-and-cba-partner-to-enable-secondary-bond-trading-recorded-on-blockchain
  8. Not true. Nor FUD (will explain why 2 lines below). But lie from Coinmetrics. David answered Coinmetrics on their poor investigation. Investigation which resulted in a lie from them, as they were not "uncertain" but "certain" about their own words. Ripple is fully transparent, they would not put their reputation at risk with some disguised Escrow calculation. See the explanation from David himself below. Additionally, Ripple will add more details in the future reports to avoid this kind of confusion.
  9. I don't feel the answer was "not that good". Question Answer First, he corrects the statement about Ripple providing liquidity. Second, he puts into perspective what happened overnight in the market place. Third, he translates the question into an appropriate one. Again, he points out the liquidity does not have to do anything with Ripple itself. Again, he reformulated the initial question. Again, he states what happened overnight. He highlights the liquidity difference between XRP and the other existing solutions. He depicts what the market would chose, given the advantageous liquidity risk XRP provides, associated with the limited liquidity cost. Again he states what happened the day before in the market place, which is pretty nascent in his opinion, that itself is enough of an answer to the initial but reformulated question.
  10. The Summit Payments Canada May 14 - 16, Toronto Moderator of the Panel https://www.thesummit.ca/
  11. CordaCon 2018, London Voltron: Lessons from POC to Pilot and road to Production These quotes are just some of the many very interesting statements from this panel discussion. In the last quote, the representative from BNP Parisbas tells about Voltron being able to completely digitize the Letter of Credit transaction from its initiation to its settlement and how it is different from what Swift offers today, as the whole Letter of Credit process currently revolves around Swift ecosystem. 00:09:18 - Question Answer from Eric Henry 00:14:54 - Question 00:16:00 - Second part of the answer from Jim Bidwell 00:16:27 - Answer from Eric Henry Basically Voltron will be fully interoperable and will include all the participants from the ecosystem of the LC. You can think of it as the future of Supply Chain and Trade Finance, fully digitized, interoperable, user-friendly, all-in-1 solution. The 10 banks which started the Voltron project want to gather all the rest of the world using this platform for Trade Finance (this one being specifically for LC). They also mentioned another R3 product: Marco Polo, another Trade Finance initiative. Basically all Corda products should be fully interoperable, and so Corda Settler too.
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