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  1. I am not keeping my spark tokens on an exchange. I plan to keep in in its own address. 

    I got an ETH address, and it is associated with my XRP wallet.

    Now, how to I get a wallet that pulls my account information from the Flair network?

    Standard ETH wallets should be pulling information from the ETH bloackchain, so even though we get ETH like addresses, they are not on the ETH blockchain.

    What do you think?

  2. When listening to people in Ripple talking about xrp as pre-mined, I wonder if they should perhaps drop the whole "pre-mined" term. Using the terms continues to give value to mining and king of indicates that xrp is second best. It continues the idea that xrp has to fit into the paradigm of BTC, which it doesn't, so it makes it seem second best. 

    I think they should figure out some different terminology. Perhaps the reference should have to do with the "allocation method" and how it differs from others. In fact, instead of indicating it is second best (pre-mined), the case can be made that it has a superior allocation method that allows the xrp ecosystem to grow more effectively than the way BTC grows.

    *ps I'm trying to remember who in Ripple I've heard use the term pre-mined. I heard Stephon Thomas (while he was at Ripple) use that term. I cant remember who else, so I'd be open to anyone stating that no one else does, or that it was a rare occurrence. 

  3. 17 hours ago, pvap said:

    This is JoelKatz wallet address: https://bithomp.com/explorer/r3gRpQRDdu7pzPhM9nDmXMgskbJ6vwTDbB

    Looks like he's been dumping his funds in coinbase recently.

    You are not seeing this from his point of view.

    Do you want to be publicly known how much XRP you have in your wallet when XRP goes up? That is a bit of a safety concern. Don't know that this is the case but looking at that data does not mean dumped. We have no idea where it went from coinbase. He may have transferred it from coinbase to a private wallet. This way there isn't a public link from his first wallet to his new wallet. 

    There is no way to know either way, or some other reason...

  4. On 3/15/2019 at 8:37 PM, bearablegal123 said:

    Hi Bob,

    While keeping my identity private, I have a sincere request to make to you. As you rightly pointed out, Mr Arthur Britto aka Satoshi Nakamotu is a brilliant individual and has chosen to live his life in privacy.  The reason as you are well aware is because he is none other than Satoshi Nakamotu. I think it is high time that Mr Satoshi gets fame and due credit for his work and is made known to the world. You must be curious why I care. I had a very unfortunate experience with this individual on Twitter who goes by the Twitter handle of @db70899 popularly known as Dafruid or eyebeat. He is none other than Arthur Britto and Satoshi and we fell in a deep emotional online love relationship. Because of his need to maintain privacy, he lied about him being 22 years old and swore by it..and the lies caused me an immense amount of anxiety and depression which finally led to a wonderful relationship breaking up. I do not see any reason why Arthur's life should be kept in secrecy when each one of you know who is. It is time for the world to know who he is and him to get fame.. I do not wish whatever happened to me happens to another other woman. He fooling around with woman and claiming to be 22 years old is not cool at all.

    Thanks,

    BearableGal123

     

     

    With all due respect, if I were you, I'd see a psychiatrist and a good therapist. Dont know if your account is just messing around or is serious but if serious please take up the suggestion. No offense meant on my part. Good luck.

  5. 8 hours ago, BobWay said:

    The mechanism that we patented:

    1. Is completely non-biased. It doesn't care which trader facilitated a payment.
    2. It works without enforcing or attempting to enforce price stability. Each market follows standard supply/demand dynamics.
    3. It only subsidizes risk on the trader supplied funds that actually facilitate bridge payments.
    4. Is scrupulously efficient in deploying XRP. This is what prevents it from putting a downward pressure on price.

    Wow! You have out-bearableguy bearable guy himself!

    :lol::lol::lol:

  6. 2 hours ago, BobWay said:

    So, 100% no. My discussion here is not Ripple sanctioned.

    This thread would never be sanctioned by Ripple! ☺

    It varies greatly from their standard PR.

  7. 4 hours ago, Ctrl-Z said:

    @BobWay,

    Thanks for all the clarifying information. 

    Not sure if someone else asked you this because I'm still making my way through this whole thread.

    What is the reason that you are coming out with this information now?

    Is Ripple okay with it? It seems that you're still on good terms with them,  so I would guess that you wouldn't do it against their wishes.  However, giving out this amount of information seems to be against their philosophy (which of course I don't know. Just my feeling as an outsider).

    Thanks!

    Never mind, one of your previous posts addresses my question. 

    @BobWay, I think you bit off more than you can chew when you asked for questions. 

    thanks!!

  8. 5 minutes ago, Tinyaccount said:

    I must disagree with this classification of their philosophy.  I think Ripple have been as open and transparent as it’s possible to be in a commercial setting.  I feel they have never set out to mislead,  and have been honest in their goals and aspirations.

    At times they have been too straightforward for their own good...  they have mentioned issues and obstacles that other corporate entities would have made no mention of...

    No, no. Don't take it that way.

    Ripple is transparent. As BG once said (about a year ago or a little less) regarding if he is trying to get XRP on coinbase - and I am not quoting the exact words - "I am trying to fix an institutional problem, not an investor's problem." I am messing up the quote, but it was something like that. This statement of his made me feel comfortable, because, as an investor, I want them to focus on the institutional problem. 

    I think ripple has been focused on their work instead of focusing on feeding us information. I think this is good. But as Bob mentioned earlier on in this thread, ripple can seem opaque to outsiders. 

    Let's face it, we are getting a whole lot more info from this thread than is coming out of ripple. I am fine with this, but is ripple also?

  9. @BobWay,

    Thanks for all the clarifying information. 

    Not sure if someone else asked you this because I'm still making my way through this whole thread.

    What is the reason that you are coming out with this information now?

    Is Ripple okay with it? It seems that you're still on good terms with them,  so I would guess that you wouldn't do it against their wishes.  However, giving out this amount of information seems to be against their philosophy (which of course I don't know. Just my feeling as an outsider).

    Thanks!

  10. 2 hours ago, increasedwisdom said:

    Chances are 98% (that's IF they really want to know, and they know who to ask... it's called immutable for a reason)

    2% chance of maintaining privacy because there are still some exchanges out there that aren't doing proper KYC...
    so if you dig deep enough, you can preserve your anonymity, but if you're using standard exchanges with proper KYC, 
    you're transactions are completely traceable.

     

    The truth is, it's something they have to dig for.  So unless they have a REASON to go tracing after you, it's not going to happen.
    There's lots of ways of "laundering" still available; for instance, using online casinos.
    And I'll just leave it at that.  Hope that helps.

    Thanks, I'm not trying to be that private. Nothing illegal. 

    I guessing based on your answer, that the average Joe, even one who has great computer and programming skills will be unable to trace it back to the exchange account holder unless he can obtain the info illegally. In other words, noone can crack who it came from unless they are obtaining it for the law, or they are obtaining info illegally. Is that correct? 

  11. Are nostro accounts always necessary when doing traditional cross border payments?

    Let me clarify,

    In the classical example that I've seen of one bank needing to send money to another bank, to send money to another bank, to send money to another bank, are nostro accounts needed in each of those banks? Are they needed at the last bank?

    Are nostro accounts even needed when the process is from one bank to another, or when you have a nostro account in a different country then the transfer is more immediate without intermediaries?

     

    Thanks!

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