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  1. 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.
  2. 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!
  3. 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
  4. 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?
  5. He said the students should expect him to be fired if liquidity didn't improve.
  6. Central banks could issue fiat IOUs on XRPL. Do you mean connecting separate central bank ledgers?
  7. Why not XRPL, if there was more liquidity?
  8. "working hard on the possibility" It may be based on something from Asheesh Birla's twitter feed. I think he said they were busy "opening up new corridors" so would put it off until at least the new year.
  9. I thought Ripple had patented a method to incentivize anyone who provided liquidity? The one Bob Way was talking about. Do you know what happened to that?
  10. Not really a level playing field if Ripple only subsidizes their market makers.
  11. Ripple at least doesn't seem interested in promoting the XRPL distributed exchange. I don't think it's clear why. There's very little liquidity on there these days. It's been hung out to dry. Why wouldn't people use the DEX, if it had liquidity?
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