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  1. It's so much more than just an allias... in part, it's the simplification and ease to trust to make payments for the gen-pop.
  2. https://cryptobriefing.com/payid-make-sending-ripples-xrp-easy-email/ and of course the rabbit hole goes back to 2014...
  3. Yes.... Some Australian banks now fully support the NPP's (New Payment Process) payment processor OSKA (BPay) implementation of PayID address's... i think that's the best way to describe it... For outgoing payments my bank does not yet support PayID address's. It does support instant outgoing OSKA payments using a BSB/AC combo. A trust line is set upon the first payment. Setting the trust line causes a short overnight delay. For outgoing payments once the trust line is set it is still at my banks discretion as to whether it uses OSKA or it's normal process's. As for incoming payments, some are instant, like my exchange account... it's impressive at 1-3 mins between my exchange and bank account, that's really the only one I care about 8). Depending on which bank your with and who you want to pay, you may be able to use a PayID I.D. instead of account numbers.
  4. they normally take about three days to re-escroy back to the same wallet... agrees about the clickbait
  5. What's special is it sounds like Ripple has escrowed the escrow in a separate Ripple wallet rather than returning it to the XRP Escrow
  6. *sigh* Finally Swift is buying Ripple LLC but wants the escrowed XRP escrowed at Ripple!
  7. i would like to become a MM but am wary that doing so would whittle down zerps... i have put some orders in but again, running a bot seems like it would become a loss of zerps better yet fiat...
  8. perhaps there's no more dumb retail left in the current generations 8)
  9. yep, agrees also... xrp is still correcting from early 2017, im looking foward to buying more when we're back at realistic numbers.
  10. perfect timing, just before Christmas! Really get those rails going and save those raindeers some extra miles & fodder
  11. And they've been slammed for money laundering along with selling useless insurance products
  12. my statement pertains to total flow on the exchange. the more other coins move up the more liquidity there is on the exchange and liquidity is the key, not price.
  13. @Tinyaccount Thanks for that reply.. one of the australian exchanges providing odl is offering a rebate on crypto to crypto trades if the trade is in the order book, thus rewarding marketmakers... previously i thought odl came only from $/xrp but now i see how xrp odl comes from the entire crypto market.. And now im 'more' comfortable with xrps price moving downwards, the more other cryptos move up the better off odl is for MM's... eventually xrps price will increase as other cryptos exhaust and/or fail alls while xrp odl reachs a critical mass for its fiat pairing... i think i have that right & thanks again for you reply.
  14. sooo, if it was a small block chevy, they are sort of dyno testing, tuning & reving it with differing loads on the rollers to get a feel of woots it going to do?.. ps, plz excuse my revhead analogy
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