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  1. I'm most interested in the eventual use of ODL for Japan to Southeast Asian corridors. I wonder when they intend to 'update to ODL', and what the remittance total for those corridors is currently.
  2. It likely just means that they would handle the press release.
  3. In terms of Ripple's use case for XRP - it will be used as a liquidity solution in emerging markets, to improve high-friction payment rails, and to facilitate growth in otherwise traditionally illiquid markets depending on the reach of RippleNet. It'll open up opportunities that weren't previously viable - rather than replace the majority of current payment rails (at least initially). So I think you're comparing apples to oranges.
  4. I'm certain a small incentive of 0.25XRP per squat/100metres run would quickly change people's calculus on exercise..
  5. "These ratings are the sole and independent work product of the Crypto Rating Council. The ratings and other CRC work product [SIC] are not endorsed by any asset development team or foundation, any regulator, or any other third party. Scores are subject to change at any time without notice." So a fluctuating rating by a conglomerate of businesses who aren't impartial and have no regulatory authority. Look at the EOS rating (3.75). The SEC's decision today clearly states that the ERC-20 token was an unregistered security, but has issued a waiver for Block.One relating to the EOS in it's current form. Apparently the newly formed 'CRC' disagree, indicating that it's still 75% likely to be a security... but that's ok for EOS investors, because as we can see the CRC's rating and reality aren't confluent.
  6. Even the comment could be considered as fud unto itself. Such excellent work.
  7. A fudster providing an etymology of 'fud' within a thread that said fudster must consider to actually be fud. FUDception.
  8. https://www.ripple.com/insights/speed-and-cost-of-payments-dont-need-to-be-at-odds Great Insights article focusing specifically on XRP. Note the paragraph on the relationship between XRP and ILP...
  9. Probably not a bank, but I can see Ripple become a lender of some sort.
  10. So nice to have @Freaky and @djdhrubs in our midst; political and legislative heavy-weights with access to Ron Hammond's annual appraisals! Who'd have thought we'd be so lucky. Forum members should be flattered that these (I presume) extremely busy individuals are willing to devote so much time to correcting the measured views of the XRPChat community. We would otherwise be lost without being privy to the completely non-fictional, and certainly not defamatory, information that they are so altruistically willing to share. Phew. I nearly made the mistake of investing in a major part of the future digital asset ecosystem, but now that you've written these posts I've decided that my money will just go to supporting alcoholics and has-beens...
  11. Uphold and CredEarn is a potential option. I'm not so sure it's the way to go though because as @Benchmark says, 'the exact risk [of lending your assets to a 3rd party] is unclear'.
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