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  1. Is this the first non-financial company that confirmed the adoption of ODL?
  2. The circulating XRP supply has a marketcap of 10b $ right now. The company Ripple is valued at 10b $. They could burn the remaining XRP and just make XRP to their company share? All the circulating XRP have the same value as the company right now... Not shure if this is in any way possible or legal... but in theory we are speaking about tokenized company shares since the start of the XRPL.
  3. https://twitter.com/bgarlinghouse/status/1216941455073255426 Big names starting to buy fintech/blockchain companies. Visa who was an early investor in Plaid, now bought the company. Guess who is an early investor in Ripple: Google Ventures! Possible buy-out of Ripple to come?
  4. https://www.dataviper.io/blog/2019/gnosticplayers-part-1-nclay-ddb-nsfw/ So where are the recovered funds?
  5. TPS going insane: 60 TPS right now
  6. I am interested in this topic. why do you think they will burn tokens if they go public?
  7. https://www.forbes.com/sites/jasonbrett/2019/12/19/congress-considers-federal-crypto-regulators-in-new-cryptocurrency-act-of-2020/amp/?__twitter_impression=true Looks like XRP is not a security and not a commodity. I guess it's in the authority of the FinCEN to regulate XRP since Ripple was fined by FinCEN in 2015 already. XRP = crypto-currency?
  8. Sounds better now. I was wondering why they used the word "pump". Sounded more like a "pump and dump" article before
  9. https://ripple.com/insights/2020-the-year-of-the-digital-asset/?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=organic_social
  10. No problem... So let's see what kind of announcement they will have in 10 minutes, to pump the price of their shares.
  11. I understand that people these days have absolutely no patience, because everything is moving very fast. However, the history is very important to understand future happenings. This is not about pump and dump articles that are published to manipulate the market shortterm. I share this to understand things as a whole.
  12. Some interesting thoughts about who could be a potential buyer of Moneygram
  13. I am watching MGI stock closely. It has an interesting history. After the Euronet / Antfinancial bidding war the stock went up to 18$. Ant Financial was ready to take them over and cover their debts. The U.S. Government blocked the $1.2 billion deal and Ant Financial was not allowed to buy MGI. Ripple had an eye on Moneygram long before they had the buying power. This tweet was before XRP went to 3$: Ripple owns 626,000 shares of MGI as a strategic partner. The big question remains: Who will buy the majority of MGI and cover their debts. If they do not find someone to cover their debts, this company will be destroyed Who owns Moneygram:
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