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    yxxyun got a reaction from Dario_o in Chinese Ponzi scheme PlusToken have over 400 million XRP   
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    yxxyun got a reaction from mDuo13 in "HOOKS" amendment for the XRP Ledger.   
    https://github.com/RichardAH/rippled-hooks
    hooks preview
     
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    yxxyun got a reaction from Karl in "HOOKS" amendment for the XRP Ledger.   
    https://dev.to/wietse/hooked-1-smart-contracts-on-the-xrp-ledger-5eb6
     
    https://dev.to/wietse/hooked-2-hooks-security-smart-contracts-on-the-xrp-ledger-83e
     
    more info
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    yxxyun got a reaction from Karl in "HOOKS" amendment for the XRP Ledger.   
    https://github.com/RichardAH/rippled-hooks
    hooks preview
     
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    yxxyun got a reaction from Dario_o in "HOOKS" amendment for the XRP Ledger.   
    https://dev.to/wietse/hooked-1-smart-contracts-on-the-xrp-ledger-5eb6
     
    https://dev.to/wietse/hooked-2-hooks-security-smart-contracts-on-the-xrp-ledger-83e
     
    more info
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    yxxyun reacted to EcneitapLatnem in the network is down ?   
    Anybody been following Galgitron on twitter... he seems to have not only proven the opposing party wrong, but demonstrated that they are liars... anybody?
     
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    yxxyun reacted to nikb in the network is down ?   
    The data that Galgitron is showing would not represent the issue: he's post-processing ledgers based on the close_time field.
    Here are the facts: sometime around midnight (UTC time!) on 2018-11-14, the validator operated by data443 stopped issuing validations. This persisted for almost 30 minutes and was probably caused by a network or other outage as opposed to routine system maintenance.
    Shortly after, the rabbitkick.club validator operated by @ScottBranson desynced (that's generally not a problem, the Internet isn't a perfect network) and sporadically issued several validations which propagated poorly and which other validators were generally unable to acquire from the network. This lasted for almost 2 hours.
    During this time, other validators continued to issue validations, but due a bug, the "healthy" validators repeatedly switched working branches for consensus and only issued partial validations, which was what they were supposed to do per the protocol design as the XRP Ledger values safety. Even though a quorum of validators were periodically in agreement on the proper ledger, the partial status on the validations prevented them from fully validating.
    I personally restarted several of Ripple's validators, and other validator operators restarted theirs. The restart effectively reset the LedgerTrie state (it's ephemeral by design), which, in turn, stopped those validators from switching working branches post-restart, resolving the issue as the restarted validators began issuing full, instead of partial validations for the ledgers during this incident. This, by the way, is why the timeline, as represented by the close_time field appears unaffected.
    Post-incident, the team at Ripple invested a significant amount of time troubleshooting the issue and proposed several improvements, including a commit that improved the calculation of the preferred ledger branch, added additional diagnostic checks to help making troubleshooting easier, and introduced several unit tests to try and exercise the LedgerTrie code more deeply.
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    yxxyun got a reaction from karlos in the network is down ?   
    I guess the ripple‘s validator down cause the validators in UNL can't reach consensus, so the ledger is pause.
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    yxxyun got a reaction from Cesar1810 in Flare networks - Spark token to XRP holders   
    So, spark is the native token on flare network, distribute to XRP holders.
    FXRP is a XRP pegged token on flare network,  just like WBTC on ethereum.
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    yxxyun reacted to thinlyspread in Suggestion: XRP-collateralized Stablecoins   
    Yeah definitely, they just make so much sense. Everyone, realistically, wants to hold fiat or use it as a safe haven without having to jump walls between asset walled gardens. And DEXes need liquidity without the burden of endless KYC, gateways and ramps. Exchanges and apps etc need to be able to swap liquidity. Users love them. There's healthy competiton (USDT, USDC, TUSD, now USDtz, etc). And even governments like the general idea, perhaps even as a CBDC (whichever design they end up choosing). 
    And they work – we all use them in this space. They're proven. So I think it's a solid base to work from; if anyone can pull off the "next level" of over-collateralized native pegged assets, it's the guys from Ripple (and friends) who can do it. Finally, it would bring liquidity to the fairly pathetic situation the XRP DEX finds itself in today, after almost EIGHT YEARS of promises and gateway failures. 
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    yxxyun got a reaction from InfoDeskLady in Historic circulation supply chart   
    TIME                          RL HOLD                 OTHERS HOLD                    ESCROW
    30/11/2013             72,776,697,914       27,223,302,086 
    31/01/2014             72,620,521,917       27,379,478,083 
    30/04/2014             72,182,111,353       27,817,888,647 
    31/05/2014             71,747,399,323       28,252,600,677 
    31/07/2014             71,010,747,718       28,989,252,282 
    31/10/2014             69,118,508,615       30,881,360,458 
    31/12/2014             68,090,931,513       31,908,551,587 
    31/01/2015             67,984,044,518        32,015,347,962 
    28/02/2015             67,964,048,602        32,035,239,594 
    31/03/2015             67,824,935,247        32,174,248,948 
    30/04/2015             67,750,730,872        32,248,378,471 
    31/05/2015             67,643,460,082        32,355,568,500 
    30/06/2015             67,510,707,349        32,488,247,337 
    31/08/2015             66,842,552,723        33,156,211,684 
    31/10/2015             66,461,149,986        33,537,439,933 
    30/11/2015             66,273,108,895        33,725,307,585 
    31/12/2015             66,078,164,352        33,920,177,761 
    31/01/2016             65,907,319,742        34,090,841,338 
    29/02/2016             65,558,119,817        34,439,870,367 
    31/03/2016             65,129,119,517        34,868,679,462 
    01/05/2016             65,077,351,305        34,920,190,690 
    05/06/2016             64,889,037,345        35,108,326,973 
    12/06/2016             64,889,035,345        35,108,308,819 
    19/06/2016             64,651,350,469        35,345,983,560 
    31/07/2016             64,439,385,320        35,557,883,251 
    11/09/2016             64,539,369,999        35,457,828,433 
    25/09/2016             64,521,982,395        35,475,196,836 
    23/10/2016             64,465,960,934        35,531,082,209 
    20/11/2016             64,120,257,992        35,876,617,244 
    27/11/2016             64,009,078,087        35,987,750,899 
    04/12/2016             64,002,158,074        35,994,609,608 
    25/12/2016             63,659,366,818        36,337,298,649 
    01/01/2017             63,658,440,461        36,338,178,044 
    08/01/2017             63,225,179,974        36,771,322,652 
    12/02/2017             62,951,280,335        37,044,621,729 
    05/03/2017             62,705,174,585        37,290,640,853 
    12/03/2017             62,657,673,585        37,338,114,912 
    19/03/2017             62,606,727,725        37,388,960,792 
    26/03/2017             62,481,069,373        37,514,472,563 
    02/04/2017             62,478,971,066        37,516,282,515 
    09/04/2017             62,462,716,662        37,532,331,339 
    16/04/2017             62,110,081,158        37,884,925,434 
    23/04/2017             62,110,081,158        37,884,902,021 
    30/04/2017             62,039,317,765        37,955,579,225 
    07/05/2017             61,688,925,291        38,305,873,865 
    14/05/2017               6,462,204,793        38,532,538,149                55,000,000,000
    21/05/2017               6,745,347,453        38,249,335,400                55,000,000,000
    28/05/2017               6,372,967,962        38,621,693,933                55,000,000,000
    11/06/2017               6,704,357,069        38,290,271,363                55,000,000,000
    18/06/2017               6,703,220,632        38,291,387,790                55,000,000,000
    06/08/2017               6,641,873,278        38,352,642,160                55,000,000,000
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    yxxyun got a reaction from baggy23 in Xpring invested Kava is integrating BNB as collateral to mint its native stablecoin, USDX   
    Key Takeaways
    Today, Kava launched its interoperable DeFi lending platform built on the Cosmos SDK.
    BNB is the first asset to go live.
    Minters of Kava’s USDX stablecoin will be eligible to receive rewards for the next year.
    https://cryptobriefing.com/kava-is-offering-users-millions-to-mint-its-stablecoin-with-bnb/
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    yxxyun got a reaction from sproutseas in With $16bn in cryptocurrency, Ripple attempts a reset   
    https://amp.ft.com/content/7d9c934f-3840-4285-96a7-4bdf7fee9286
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    yxxyun got a reaction from Trisky in codius updates....again   
    from their docs https://github.com/codius/codius-site-source/pull/33/files
    seems like they deprecate https://github.com/codius/codiusd and https://github.com/codius/codius
    add https://github.com/codius/codius-operator
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    yxxyun got a reaction from DavyJones in With $16bn in cryptocurrency, Ripple attempts a reset   
    https://amp.ft.com/content/7d9c934f-3840-4285-96a7-4bdf7fee9286
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    yxxyun got a reaction from NightJanitor in codius updates....again   
    from their docs https://github.com/codius/codius-site-source/pull/33/files
    seems like they deprecate https://github.com/codius/codiusd and https://github.com/codius/codius
    add https://github.com/codius/codius-operator
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    yxxyun got a reaction from WuWei in codius updates....again   
    from their docs https://github.com/codius/codius-site-source/pull/33/files
    seems like they deprecate https://github.com/codius/codiusd and https://github.com/codius/codius
    add https://github.com/codius/codius-operator
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    yxxyun got a reaction from Sharkey in Flare networks - Spark token to XRP holders   
    So, spark is the native token on flare network, distribute to XRP holders.
    FXRP is a XRP pegged token on flare network,  just like WBTC on ethereum.
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    yxxyun got a reaction from VanHasen in Flare networks - Spark token to XRP holders   
    not FXRP distribute to XRP holders.  it's spark to be distributed  to XRP holders.
    if you want use FXRP you need collateral Spark on flare network.
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    yxxyun got a reaction from King34Maine in Flare networks - Spark token to XRP holders   
    not FXRP distribute to XRP holders.  it's spark to be distributed  to XRP holders.
    if you want use FXRP you need collateral Spark on flare network.
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    yxxyun got a reaction from KarmaCoverage in Flare networks - Spark token to XRP holders   
    not FXRP distribute to XRP holders.  it's spark to be distributed  to XRP holders.
    if you want use FXRP you need collateral Spark on flare network.
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    yxxyun got a reaction from jn_r in Flare networks - Spark token to XRP holders   
    So, spark is the native token on flare network, distribute to XRP holders.
    FXRP is a XRP pegged token on flare network,  just like WBTC on ethereum.
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    yxxyun got a reaction from elias in Flare networks - Spark token to XRP holders   
    So, spark is the native token on flare network, distribute to XRP holders.
    FXRP is a XRP pegged token on flare network,  just like WBTC on ethereum.
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    yxxyun reacted to tulo in "HOOKS" amendment for the XRP Ledger.   
    It' s like mini smart contracts. I think it's not an easy task to be implemented on ledger. 
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    yxxyun got a reaction from wasniewskikamil in What is DeFi, and how to build DeFi on XRPL?   
    Decentralized finance is the super star of this year,  so What do you think is DeFi and how to build DeFi on XRPL?

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