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  1. I would like to see xrpTIPbot integrated into any online gaming platform's user public/private profile page. Maybe also a way of tipping fellow players directly in-game through the game's text chat.
  2. Ever so often as the W3C updates the web so too should an update of this draft be posted here, even if it is just a draft. https://dvcs.w3.org/hg/webpayments/raw-file/default/latest/capabilities/index.html This document was published by the Web Payments Interest Group as an Editor's Draft. If you wish to make comments regarding this document, please send them to public-webpayments-comments@w3.org@w3.org All comments are welcome. ______________ I would also like to list the goals from the W3C Roadmap back in July 2015 * 3 major online retailers launching Web Payments support * 1-2 major online Payment Service Providers (or banks) launching Web Payments support * > 1 million payments within the first year after standardization * Favorable reviews by Web developer community https://www.w3.org/WebCommerce/IG/wiki/Roadmap ______________ Web Commerce Interest Group Status W3C Member Organizations (number of participants) Airbnb Inc (2) Alibaba Group (5) American Express Company (2) Apple, Inc. (6) AT&T (1) Blockstream (2) Bloomberg (1) C-DAC (4) Canadian Payments Association (1) CANTON CONSULTING (4) China Mobile Communications Corporation (4) Conexxus (5) Deque Systems, Inc. (1) Deutsche Telekom AG (5) Digital Bazaar (5) Discover Financial Services LLC (1) Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI) (1) Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis (5) FSTC (Financial Services Technology Consortium) (1) Fujitsu Limited (1) Fundacion CTIC (1) German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI) Gmbh (1) Google, Inc. (3) Groupement des Cartes Bancaires (1) GS1 (1) Huawei (2) IBM Corporation (2) Institut National de Recherche en Informatique et en Automatique (INRIA) (2) Inswave Systems Co., Ltd. (1) Intel Corporation (1) International Forecourt Standards Forum (3) Intuit (1) ISO 20022 Registration Authority (2) JCB CO,.LTD. (1) Knowbility, Inc (1) Learning Machine, Inc. (1) Lyra Network (1) Merchant Advisory Group (2) Microsoft Corporation (1) Mozilla Foundation (1) NIC.br - Brazilian Network Information Center (1) Opera Software AS (0) Oracle Corporation (1) Orange (3) PayGate (1) Pearson plc (0) Rakuten,Inc. (1) Refinitiv (0) Ripple (1) Shopify (3) Spec-Ops (1) SPORTTOTAL AG (1) Standard Treasury (1) Tencent (3) Tyfone, inc. (0) Viacom inc. (1) Worldpay (2) Invited Experts LEVY COHEN, ARIE Y. Rooney, Natasha Tiggas, Mark Team members Guild, Ted Jacobs, Ian (Team Contact) Jaffe, Jeff Raggett, Dave Seltzer, Wendy https://www.w3.org/2004/01/pp-impl/73816/status ______________ Participants in the Web Commerce Interest Group https://www.w3.org/2000/09/dbwg/details?group=73816&public=1
  3. Hey TheXRPer I understand why you felt the need to say that you are not, I too have been on steam since 2005. I referenced Steam as being majority pro BTC because they once had accepted it for digital licensing of their products.
  4. I am exploring the idea that I may have posted a suggestion of integrating XRPtipbot ILP directly into a hearts of BTC maximalist's territory, the Steam community platform which is owned and run by the Valve Corporation. If any XRPchat members here are also Steam users and would like to add feedback both good/bad in regards to Steam being part of the ILP my forum post can be found here at https://steamcommunity.com/discussions/forum/10/1745605598711109461/ Maybe it's going to be a failed attempt on my part as an individual to sway Valve, though I personally feel I may not be explaining it the best or maybe I am not understanding the benefits entirely of allowing steam game content creators and contributors real-time donations as a beneficial thing for said Steam users. I would appreciate any feedback from the community members found here for both of the positive and the negatives of XRPtipbot for Steam community members.
  5. I do not have sole dominion over information gathered on the internet. That link was not just as publicly accessible to me but by anyone who was willing to look. Two good questions to ask are, "Besides other good news, why was that particular Fed post not as important to sought after or uncovered by the YouTube content creators yet the massive rumor mill craze was? Riddler's riddles were spreading around social media right before the BTC price drop like crazy and "Why would the Riddler sign off and say Goodbye only for BG123 to reappear on social media sortly after?" Sometimes I wonder how long either of them had held onto what they know before releasing it to the public. There is a noticeable heiracrcy that people are used to when it comes to information gathering. However that doesn't limit one from digging for the sought after news on their own, but it appears to be much more easier to have channel feeds connected to those we believe have connections to those who, they say, are connected to others in the real. I am not a gatekeeper. Also, I was honestly expecting the Fed link to eventually appear before the deadline date for comments by some other info seeker(s) either via Twitter, xrpchat or on some other social media platform. But I guess rumors riddles and hype were more important during that week.
  6. Dear Lord.... That's why I originally didn't want to post that link. Thanks "Alex C" for hyping the community with your video you posted within the same hour as me posting the original link....
  7. ^ I agree. For nearly a week I was debating releasing the link at first, mainly to prevent those who are over hyped with rumors and riddles, from posting random "lambo to the moon" comments to the Fed. However, after the bch/sv battle and as well watching xrp resist a BTC massive drop initially, I had then felt that posting the link in the press section would hope to inspire the right kind of comments that the Fed could appreciate more from the XRPchat community members who are interested in the actual growth of America's banking infrastructure that is within the Fed's control. I hadn't looked into the comments that were made since then but I do hope it's filled with logic based comments and not stupidity from those thinking that this is venue is a get rich scheme.
  8. This is important because it outlines a push for retail with smaller banks such as community banks and credit unions to use Fintech DLT, related too International settlements using DLT.
  9. You're welcome W3C implementation of blockchain usage is huge, beyond what we can currently imagine.
  10. https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2018/11/15/2018-24667/potential-federal-reserve-actions-to-support-interbank-settlement-of-faster-payments-request-for 7.  In a recent report, the U.S. Treasury recommended that the Federal Reserve move quickly to facilitate a faster retail payments system, such as through the development of a real-time settlement service, that would also allow for more efficient and ubiquitous access to innovative payment capabilities. In particular, smaller financial institutions, like community banks and credit unions, should also have the ability to access the most-innovative technologies and payment services. See U.S. Treasury, “A Financial System That Creates Economic Opportunity: Nonbank Financials, Fintech, and Innovation,” July 2018. Available at https://home.treasury.gov/sites/default/files/2018-07/A-Financial-System-that-Creates-Economic-Opportunities---Nonbank-Financi....pdf
  11. https://dvcs.w3.org/hg/webpayments/raw-file/default/latest/capabilities/index.html
  12. When the "Internet of Things" is fully established I wouldn't say "another 100,000 Millionaires." I will call it "another 100,000 Cryptonaires." In my belief there is a new group of wealth being created because of block-chain technology development and I believe the wealth established will amalgamate globally between all physical wealth and as well digital. Block-chain becoming the Internet of Things, to me, feels like its entering the second trimester of its life currently. "The "honeymoon period" for good reason: Typically, nausea subsides, emotions even out and sex drive returns. It's also the time when you'll start to feel the baby's first movements." - www.parenting.com
  13. StarOrbiter, I agree with Phintech completely. I am and have been accumulating XRP on the dips below $1 dollar, and I have been doing this since it was @.04 USD. I won't be considering to sell the majority of my stack(s) until the "Internet of Value" has been established or close to it. I use the Federal Reserve's time frame of 2-3 years for Faster Money Payments in America, more General and public usage of Quantum AI technology inclusion into the common web and as well as W3C including XRP in the back-end of the next web update as my general understanding to when the Internet of Value may start to become utilized. Other things I take into consideration is further liquidation of XRP across the globe and the development of other DLTs' for RFID tracking purposes such as but not limited to packaging, pharmaceuticals, produce and farming. Also, regulations forcing KYC on public exchanges who are providing fiat parings, which IMO, will be the dismantling of the anarchist ideologies that was once the main driving force of BItcoin's initial popularity. The lightning network update for BTC will not make it anymore appealing for anarchists to use bitcoin on a KYC exchange regardless of how fast it may be. The majority of people in 2013 never thought bitcoin could ever be worth 20k in less than 5 years per coin let alone believe Blockchain tech could help create the Internet of Value for the Internet of Things. I will take a wild stab at a XRP price prediction, well over $100 per coin by 2021, but in the meantime I can see it being worth close to nothing if XRP does not detach from BTC price movements and becomes another store of value like BTC in this new global digital trading venue.
  14. How exciting it will be for your friend if one of those prostitutes comes back knocking on his door with a bun in the oven.
  15. Awhile back I had signed the petition that was linked from one of Hodor's topic, this was when there was barely 1k signatures on it. Despite myself being of only one person with no direct impact or importance in regards to the evolution of exchanges (primarily Coinbase), and how they handle variety of parings to their customers, my hand has been forced to take action to what I promised back then on my comment section of the petition. "I will be looking to do business with a competitor of CB who will be willing to accept XRP fiat parings, if you (CB) do not adapt in a timely manner to the growing demand for XRP adoption." It has been alarming to me the growth of Blockchain technology in the fin-tech space since 2013 and I am no fool as to which ideology helped Coinbase grow in popularity at a exponential rate, the decentralized anarchists. I am very excited for exchanges like Uphold and CryptoBuzz and what they will bring to the growing global digital trade venue, but not so much ever excited these days in hearing from the majority of YouTuber's moon chants and howls for Lambos in every garage for each of their teenage followers, of who mainly support a already failed BTCcore ideology but just don't know it yet. It is my belief that banks will provide a payment platform of Value for the "Internet of Things" by using a superior Blockchain, Ripple's XRP utility asset that will bridge payments of any type in a regulated environment.
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