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  1. No, It's always been LA Fintech since 2013 or so...
  2. Come mix and mingle with Los Angeles Fintech Tuesday July 31st. Learn about the newest and fastest changes going on in financial technology. Finance is undergoing a massive change some call the "financial paradigm" or "crypto wars". Laws from 1930-1940 (old right?) are getting broken down with technological innovation in finance. Find partners, talk about your project, bounce ideas, discover LA Fintech. RSVP HERE
  3. Any input on consensys latency? @JoelKatz
  4. Could be margin call, so not really their choice anymore.
  5. The speed it takes to validate 1 transaction.
  6. Which validator is faster, Ripple or Stellar? This is the only thing I've found. https://galactictalk.org/d/279-effectively-run-your-stellar-validator-node-performance-tips https://xrpcharts.ripple.com/#/validators
  7. Next week. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/la-fintech-awards-tickets-38082181831
  8. jmar42

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    I entered this contest. https://bigleaguepolitics.com/pro-trump-pac-offers-5k-reward-best-ditch-mitch-meme/ Retweet and Trust. I'll send you 100 Swamp Coins.
  9. Good write up. The banks usually take years before making moves or doing buy outs in the space.
  10. Yea, basically like a management fee similar to etf's or managed money.
  11. Is it possible to setup a Gateway with IOU fees based on time? Example, the fee of The IOU is 1% per year. If the IOU is owned for 6 months then sold, the fee would .5%. This would be the case on calculating the fee on days too. Every time the IOU is sold, the fee would be the total time owned. Would this be within the Transfer fee and the transaction time stamp of each IOU coin when it is sold?
  12. Those are probably the old accounts when Ripple was giving the XRP's out from the BOINC.
  13. Doubt it. Most of these fake ico's fall into equity with an excuse of not being equity to not violate US security laws. So, if it's not equity , it's either a token or a presale of the product. If a token then it's like Shutterfly. If presale it really makes no sense with the demand increasing and co losing out on revenue. Most of these people doing ICO's are pretty clueless or doing complete fraud.
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