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  1. I don't really understand this; I thought they were sending the actual payments via ODL rather than these larger treasury payments?
  2. Immediately thereafter he mentions "a player in Thailand going live, that's driving(?) a lot of volume". I did see THB on https://utility-scan.com, but only with very small volume. Could this maybe be missed by their tracking methodology as well as yours, @jbjnr, or do you think there's really not that much volume going through?
  3. Alright, but we don't know about the "more clients" part then right? Just smaller payments.
  4. This is a great way of aggregating past week's news. It is complete, well written, backed with sources and looks great. Way better than many crypto 'news' websites. Kudos!
  5. Only confirmation I could find was this article which refers to a tweet (response to a deleted tweet) that says 'their name' was listed on the Ripple website's customer page: https://www.tronweekly.com/ripple-xrp-attracts-top-european-psp-equensworldline/
  6. I don't know why they are that specific number, but @jbjnr posted a nice graph some time ago that showed that different corridors have different batch sizes and frequencies.
  7. Yes, my point exactly. The way e.g. Plotly solves this is by having a double-click on one pairing display only that one pairing (hence hiding the rest). See for example the third graph here. Something like that would be great.
  8. Great stuff! I love it. One minor nitpick: I don't think 'CUMULATIVE MONTHLY VOLUME' is the proper term here (but I could be wrong), as the graph is not cumulative but rather aggregated by month. It would be interesting to see a cumulative chart, for example to check the total volume that has been transferred through ODL (which only recently passed 1B and is already at 1.27 now). EDIT: I'd also love to see weekly aggregated numbers (perhaps similar to jbjnr's bar chart, or similar to your 'full history' line chart), as this should remove the seasonality caused by low volumes in the weekends, and would therefore be better to see patterns in.
  9. @JannaOneTrick pointed to this tweet in another thread. Also on https://ripple.com/xrp/market-performance/ it mentions 5 markets, meaning USD, AUD, MXN, PHP and EUR I think. That's been the case for quite some weeks now, so I don't think this corridor is that new, it just wasn't shown on the utility-scan tracker.
  10. Here you go. I scraped the wayback machine and joined the prices to the result. The middle graph is the derivative of the top graph, but as the wayback machine is not frequently updated it looks a bit clunky. Funny to see how similar the bottom two graphs are.
  11. According to the wayback machine, on Nov 22, 2017 there were 8,814 members, on Jan 27, 2018 there were 15,885 members. Not sure how accurate this is, as the XRP price chart on those pages seems a bit odd.
  12. Does this link work? http://pmd367316tn.download.theplatform.com.edgesuite.net/CSFB/530/879/2017_Blockchain_Cryptocurrency_Symposium_Panel2.mp4
  13. Here's the blog post that this article is based on: https://blog.xpring.io/how-xrp-enables-faster-low-cost-cross-exchange-transfers/ It states facts that should maybe be checked, indeed, but it seems legit. The blog post is also very clearly written, and in my opinion better than OPs article. That said, this research comes from Shae Wang, who is Senior Data Scientist at Ripple, which makes it a 'Ripple promoting XRP' kind of situation.
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