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  1. bugger I lurk all the time on the forums however didn't see that coming by :S Sorry about that
  2. I found these news articles https://tweakers.net/nieuws/130887/abn-amro-begint-volgende-maand-met-realtimeoverboekingen.html http://www.finanzen.nl/aandelen/nieuws/ABN-AMRO-maakt-Europese-flitsbetaling-mogelijk-1004722293 Link inside the tweakers article refers to: https://www.europeanpaymentscouncil.eu/news-insights/news/nearly-600-payment-service-providers-eight-countries-will-be-ready-launch-sct Basically it says that Dutch Bank ABN AMRO is going to start facilitating real time transfers to other banks. Settlement period of 10 seconds for the transfer. I have no info which says this is Ripple's solution.
  3. Pardon my ignorance what is FOMO? Fear of missing out?
  4. I want to thank everybody who took the time to post in this thread. Now I understand that XRP are always stored on the ledger and are not physically or digitally on the Ledger Blue. It protects your keys and can be unlocked by the 24 words provided. After testing I also figured out why it wasn't working on the second PC. Seeing this is my work laptop which can't synch with the ledger due to security. On every other machine outside our network it works. I'm now thinking it might be a smart move to either store your security words on physical paper on 3 different locations. or alternatively store it in a locker at the bank which might be the best option. I'm also hoping XRP will shoot to the moon and can't wait what will happen after the lockup, the conference and the SBI test with XRP.
  5. Dear XRP Community I've recently started investing in XRP because I believe in the product and see the enormous potential. I'm no cryptocurrency expert as this is the first crypto coin I've invested in. Seeing I wanted more security I purchased the Ledger Blue and was under the assumption that my XRP would be stored on there. I've installed the "Ledger Wallet Ripple" on PC 1 and successfully transferred XRP using the Ledger Blue to said wallet. However when I install "Ledger Wallet Ripple" on PC 2 and use the Ledger Blue to open it I do not see the XRP. Am I mistaken in thinking that the XRP are stored on the Ledger Blue and thus installing "Ledger Wallet Ripple" on any laptop or PC would show my XRP? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  6. No you are not just dream about XRP going to the moon
  7. I agree with you. Sometimes it's not wise or desirable for a company or their employees to "fling" news online. Suppose they spread news on twitter that something big is coming however the deal falls through seeing the contract wasn't signed yet. This would have a negative impact on sentiment therefor hurtful for Ripple. Ripple is a company which normally has as goal to succeed and to be profitable. Therefor it's sometimes best to NOT communicate.
  8. Looks like this was from the 1st of Feb 2017. https://ripple.com/insights/national-bank-of-abu-dhabi-first-middle-eastern-bank-to-use-ripple-for-cross-border-payments/ http://www.reuters.com/article/nbad-blockchain-idUSL5N1FM1AS Just saw the date in the original link: www.nbad.com/en-ae/about-nbad/overview/newsroom/2017/01-02-2017.html?utm_content=buffer1ef2b&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer
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