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  1. BearableGuy was your so called captain for a bunch of cultists. Best not to generalize. Hodor was the captain of a "Ship of Fools" perhaps but that's as far as I would take it
  2. Hodor was certainly no jerk. Galgitron though? Without a doubt. But despite being a keen jerk (Galgitron) and an enthusiast/optimist (Hodor) both had a knack for communication and "community navigation". Our community lost one of its Captains, and it would be nice to hear from that Captain while our ship is heading for a big ass iceberg
  3. I miss the extensive knowledge of @Hodor who communicated with us in a digestible format, and kept us up to date about everything Ripple and XRP . Would definitely appreciate his opinion about what's been going on lately. His perspective would works wonders for morale and would be a much needed breath of fresh air to fight this toxic cloud hanging over. I really miss the elusive Hodor. - maybe he's hunkering down akin to Arthur Britto, and simply weathering out the storm
  4. Gotcha. I'm no lawyer so I have no idea if they can refer to settlements either. I was just thinking that all 3 cases being heard in the Southern District of NY is notable in the "possibility" of using precedent for the upcoming litigation
  5. I agree, the Telegram and Kik cases should be instrumental in shaping this outcome. Will be interesting to see how Ripple and the SEC cite particulars of the cases to their advantage
  6. Appreciate the escrow release history (and summary so far)
  7. http://galgitron.net/Post/To-Be-a-Security-or-Not-to-Be Sir Galgitron's take on the matter
  8. https://cointelegraph.com/news/is-xrp-a-security-we-may-never-know Written by Ethan Silver, partner and chair, and William Brannan, counsel, at Lowenstein Sandler in New York
  9. Quantification of energy and carbon costs for mining cryptocurrencies https://www.nature.com/articles/s41893-018-0152-7
  10. From 2/5/19 While Katz would not reveal the size of Raised in Space’s coffers, he says, “We plan to make six-to-10 very well thought-out investments per year in the range of $500,000 to $5 million and we are completely prepared financially to do that for the next five years or more.” He also would not divulge what percentage Raised in Space would take of the companies in which it invests. Raised in Space has already looked at “dozens and dozens of companies” to potentially invest in over the last few weeks, Katz says, adding, “We’re also looking at companies that aren't even focusin
  11. https://bitcoinmagazine.com/articles/stanford-student-calls-out-crypto-professor-inaccurate-bitcoin-lecture/ In January of 2019, student Conner Brown attended a guest lecture by a Professor Susan Athey at the University of Stanford Graduate School. She gave a presentation to his “Evolution of Finance” class titled “Blockchain and the Future of Finance.” According to Brown, the presentation contained “multiple misstatements” about Bitcoin and its fundamentals. You can view Susan Athey's full presentation here https://drive.google.com/file/d/1oLHfKorF3PVTZr4sTdMfmYlisNwNJLbB/view
  12. Agreed. Also, Kitao is likely saying here that regulatory postponement is a blessing in disguise, because it gives the men in the trenches and on the front line more time to develop, perfect, and deploy practical use cases, before the next surge that will follow regulatory certainty. Lets get the kinks out the best we can before we get the green light.
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