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  1. Thanks Tiny, I may be naive and as stated no background in finance but her whole argument is that Nostro/vostro accounts hold no locked funds. Then this : Nonetheless, nostro/vostro balances are on average very high. This brings us to the role of XRP. If, instead of funding nostro/vostro accounts in the settlement currency before making payments, banks used XRP as a bridging currency, would this eliminate large balances in nostro/vostro accounts? If practically instant payment is available, wouldnt this negate the need to store the funds in N/V A simple obvious answer to her question would surely be yes. XRP (faster frictionless trans) would facilitate a more efficient system that required less stored fiat.
  2. Hi all, as pretty much a Layman i am beginning to research and can see that some of you are light years ahead ! I have read many positive and plausible reports on Ripple and XRP, today i have been following a full on twitter war with a forbes contributor author of the article below. No having a financial background I would appreciate your views. https://www.forbes.com/sites/francescoppola/2019/02/10/there-is-no-such-thing-as-dormant-funds-in-banking/amp/?__twitter_impression=true Comments please
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