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  1. What is your reasoning for this, do you think they are delaying just to sell XRP for a while longer? I do find Ripple's apparent reluctance to do anything a bit suspicious. But then, the SEC isn't exactly all hands on deck either... would they not have any legal responsibility to stop Ripple?
  2. It is strange that this stupid company "General Bytes" only just added XRP (and then with a Ripple logo) after already supporting 40+ other coins. XRP, as they say, is number 3 market cap. It is also very well known, and the most practical/useful coin. Why on earth would they not have added it before? Is Ripple using it's "warchest" to pay companies NOT to support XRP? What gives?
  3. ?? Sorry, I don't have much of a "nose" for that sort of thing! I could never get past the "Curse of Ham".
  4. Presumably because the comment would be deleted, and they would be banned. Perhaps even arrested if they said too much. And you wouldn't believe it anyway.
  5. Yeah, right. They got a ton of money from Ripple. Where did it go? Apparently this "scooter" dude has been identified as a money grubbing parasite. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scooter_Braun Taylor Swift Feud Braun has engaged in a public feud with American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift. Braun's company had purchased Big Machine records which owns all of Swift’s recordings apart from her latest album, Lover. Swift posted on her social media that she was not allowed to publicly perform her back catalouge at the American Music Awards and on a Netflix special[37][38][39]. On her post, Swift said: “Scott Borchetta and Scooter Braun have now said that I’m not allowed to perform my old songs on television because they claim that would be re-recording my music before I’m allowed to next year.”[40] In addition, she called on her fans to let Braun “know how you feel about this”. This caused widespread criticisms from the public with the #IStandWithTaylor trending on Twitter[41] and notable people such as Halsey, Gigi Hadid, Selena Gomez, Cher and Elizabeth Warren[42][43][44]promoting a conversation about record ownership and women in the industry. The label denied the allegations, claiming that “At no point did we say Taylor could not perform on the A.M.A.s,”
  6. Weird and sad that Ripple employees are forced to develop XRP projects in their spare time. What happened to all those companies Ripple threw $millions at, supposedly to develop for the XRPL?
  7. That would be government censorship. Censorship can be conducted by governments, private institutions, and corporations. YouTube works with the government and other organizations to decide what to censor.
  8. We can rule out that Ripple is incompetent or some kind of scam. They simply don't have the resources or trust of other "top tier" coins such as LTC and EOS!
  9. Presumably this would include all companies dealing with POW blockchains. "Companies and industries that are not moving towards zero-carbon emissions will be punished by investors and go bankrupt, the governor of the Bank of England has warned. Mark Carney also told the Guardian it was possible that the global transition needed to tackle the climate crisis could result in an abrupt financial collapse." https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2019/oct/13/firms-ignoring-climate-crisis-bankrupt-mark-carney-bank-england-governor
  10. BoA has been a Ripple customer for a long time. This news just shows how incredibly slowly they are moving. What on earth have they been doing?
  11. He said the students should expect him to be fired if liquidity didn't improve.
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