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    yxxyun got a reaction from Kimber in New guy - Please HELP,,,   
    You can deposit the BEP20 XRP to your binance account and then withdraw from binance to your XRP account. 
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    yxxyun got a reaction from thinlyspread in A Vision for Federated Sidechains on the XRP Ledger   
    What about the AMM liquidity pool for DEX? is there any plan ? 
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    yxxyun got a reaction from jargoman in XRP's key defi partners. The underdog alliance   
    I'm currently on BSC(Binance Smart Chain) and providing liquidity for XRP/BNB and XRP/USDT, so far so good.  

     
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    yxxyun got a reaction from henne111 in XRP's key defi partners. The underdog alliance   
    https://mdex.com/#/liquidity
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    yxxyun reacted to brianwalden in XRP's key defi partners. The underdog alliance   
    I'm disappointed in the short term. I agree with the others that being dedicated to the fastest, cheapest, multi-currency payments possible is a great position to be in long term.
    But in the short term, the XRPL exists to be connected to as many ledgers and coins possible, and Ripple has done nothing over the past five years to build up those connections. There's lots of simple things they could have done like negotiate with one or more of the stablecoins to issue their token on the XRPL. That alone would have made the DEX a viable exchange. There are a ton of coins on Ethereum that are just a token - they're not actually smart, they're just on Ethereum because that's where the people are. If Ripple had reached out to 10 popular ERC-20 coins and paid their developers to build bridges to the XRPL, people would use the XRPL for payments and exchanges.
    Take a service like Celsius. Imagine if they gave users the option to withdraw it's token, CEL, to the XRPL in addition to Ethereum. People buy and sell CEL to get better rates within the Celsius platform, they basically just buy it to send it to Celsius, they're not holding it in their own wallet so they don't care what network it's on. People could now buy CEL on the XRPL DEX and deposit it to Celsius without Ethereum's fees. If that goes well, they might decide to do the same thing with their other coins. They could issue BTC and ETH and whatever else on the XRPL. This would be especially useful for their customers who just want to trade coins and then re-deposit them into Celsius.
    That's just an off the cuff example, but I'm sure there are many more like that. The big developments of the past bear market were tokenomics and DeFi - basically people figured out that you have to pay people to use your platform. Ripple has missed out on all of that.
    That's what I'm disappointed about, but I agree that The XRPL's best role is to let the smart networks do the smart stuff, but be tightly connected to them and used for payments and exchanges.
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    yxxyun reacted to brianwalden in XRP's key defi partners. The underdog alliance   
    This is all the long game. And I applaud Ripple for it. But they abandoned the short game. The old Ripple Consensus Ledger had more people using it for more things than the XRPL does today. David Schwartz summed up their strategy well - they're building the walled garden that their clients want and putting in a big red button so they can lower the walls if they ever choose to do so. That's great for the long term, but the XRPL ecosystem has been a wasteland for years.
    I want every trash token on the XRPL. I want kids to send their teeth to the tooth fairy over the ledger. Every form of value all instantly exchangeable. That's the whole reason the ledger exists.
    I don't give a **** about my investment. I made a $500 bet in 2014 and it's now worth 200 times that, so I don't really care if goes back to 50 cents or up to 2 dollars. I care about the ledger and it being used to its potential. That's what opens up a lot of possibilities. Ripple built a really cool ledger and in 8 years hasn't figured how to kickstart its ecosystem. It's literally a network, it's only really useful if it has network effects. Realistically Ripple is the only one with both the incentive and funds to sink into attracting new people and use cases until the XRPL has enough activity to be attractive in its own right.
    This isn't a coding problem. Anyone can do this now, no coding necessary (but an automated system would certainly make it easier and more scalable). There's no money to be made to be made by doing so right now, so no one does it. Grants to help cover the development cost aren't going to solve this.
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    yxxyun reacted to grokify in rippled JSON RPC API Postman Collection   
    Hi everyone,
    To make test API requests to the rippled server easier, I've created a Postman Collection for the JSON-RPC API with many of the methods. It has most of the Public APIs and just some of the Admin APIs so far.
    It includes the request bodies from https://xrpl.org so it's quick to make API calls and change parameters like account addresses.
    The rippled server JSON-RPC URL is set via a Postman environment variable so it's easy to switch to any server you want.
    I'm still adding to it but wanted to share it to get feedback. If you have any questions, please respond here or post to GitHub Issues.
    You can find it here:
    https://github.com/goxrp/rippled-postman
    Here's a screenshot in the Postman client:

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    yxxyun got a reaction from Malloy in Trading Non-XRP Assets with XUMM   
    https://microsoft.github.io/react-native-windows/
     
    Maybe xumm can port to desktop. 
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    yxxyun got a reaction from thinlyspread in You can now put XRP in AMM LP on BSC.   
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    yxxyun reacted to Cambridge in John Deaton files Motion to Intervene re SEC vs Ripple   
    Personally, I really like what Deaton is doing. He's fighting the good fight. I don't care about Brad's or Chris's holdings or if they have to pay a fine. They should have done a better job at distributing XRP.  Hindsight is 2020 but they could have given XRP to non profits with clauses so there's no dumping on the market. 
    Brad and chris don't look like saints to me, and I won't defend these billionaires.
    Whatever. That's in the past and history will judge them for any action.
    John Deaton is fighting for his XRP and that affects me. I hope he dents this case and impacts it in a positive way. 
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    yxxyun reacted to PunishmentOfLuxury in SEC responds to Garlinghouse and Larsen letters, 10th March 2021   
    Individual defendants’ letter requesting conference concerning personal financial records:
    Seems the SEC is demanding to see all of the financial records of Chris and Brad for the last 8 years. Chris and Brad have already agreed to disclose those records relating to the sales of XRP, but the SEC wants everything, which the Defendants say is overreach. At an impasse, so they have asked the Court to intervene.
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    yxxyun got a reaction from thinlyspread in Order Book vs. AMM, should XRPL add built-in AMM support ?   
    with smart contract, EVM blockchain can implement cross currency payments using best path cross different AMM LPs.
     
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    yxxyun got a reaction from thinlyspread in Order Book vs. AMM, should XRPL add built-in AMM support ?   
    Opps, repo deleted or hided? So there is no plan to add AMM to XRPL in near futher?
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    yxxyun reacted to sattop in Are you exhausted?   
    You should be exhausted! Best case for XRP holders: Ripple settles..... then what?
    Ripple still own 55 Billion
    Jed still owns Billions
    Larsen still owns Billions
    Ripple Works Foundation still owns Billions
    Coil owns 1 Billion
    Garlinghouse owns Millions
    Pattrick Griffin owns Millions
    Arrington has access to Billions with his "advisor" gig.
    They will still dump on you...... and oh yeah, ODL doesn't work!
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    yxxyun reacted to DevNullProd in XRP vs XLM - A technical analysis   
    Greetings! Dev Null Productions has recently published a blog series diving into technical differences between these two Blockchains. You can find the four parts on the Dev Null Productions at the links below:
     
    Part I - Project missions, prerequisites, transaction metadata
    Part II - Common Transactions
    Part III - Blockchain specific transactions
    Part IV - Miscellanea (transaction results, streaming, account flags, network topology, source code)
     
    Hope you enjoy!
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    yxxyun got a reaction from thinlyspread in Why isn't the XRPL popular for issuing tokens?   
    https://github.com/RichardAH/rippled-hooks/commits/hooks-ssvm 
    I hope hooks can add some smart contract function to XRPL. But looks like it will be simple contract,  something like AMM LP still need to be implement native to XRPL.
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    yxxyun got a reaction from KarmaCoverage in Why isn't the XRPL popular for issuing tokens?   
    Issue token is easy, but build liquidity is hard.   AMM liquidity pool solve the liquidity problem and the DEX on Ethereum issue their own token to compensate user‘s Impermanent Loss. 
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    yxxyun got a reaction from Pablo in Why isn't the XRPL popular for issuing tokens?   
    Issue token is easy, but build liquidity is hard.   AMM liquidity pool solve the liquidity problem and the DEX on Ethereum issue their own token to compensate user‘s Impermanent Loss. 
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    yxxyun reacted to thinlyspread in Why isn't the XRPL popular for issuing tokens?   
    Ripple hoarded XRP for years and neglected any dev funding. The DEX in general is wildly underused and under-marketed. When you control 50%+ of the token supply and sit on it for years, ignoring the community requests for funding novel/exciting projects, never setting up any foundation for grants, etc, that's what you get. 
    I think Ripple have finally learned the lesson, but it's years too late. We were debating this back on XRPtalk in 2013-2016 even. Yet another thing I blame Ripple for as supposed "custodians" of the XRP ledger/ecosystem. Shot themselves in the foot now they need public liquidity. 
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    yxxyun reacted to Archbob in CBDC on a private ledger with ILP connect to XRPL   
    This is the same crap thats been spewed for years now. And this is the reason people think the XRP army and community are completely delusional. World reserve currency? Get real. Its the fact that you keep falling for these same false predictions from the same people over and over and over again and never learn. The Mega-elite don't hold XRP. Most of them don't have any crypto and if they do like Mark Cuban or other Billionaires, its BTC. Tesla, headed by the richest man on earth, just bought $1.5 billion in BTC. How much did they buy in XRP or others alts? $0.
    They are a public company so they have to disclose. All this crap about Elites buying this coin or that coin by the billions in secret are pretty much crap. Even for coins I hold like VET and ADA(which have 10x'ed and 30x'ed respectively, and that's not counting the low price at of last March's flash crash), I don't go around pretending that some "elites" are buying it all up in secret, because that's just plain dumb.
    It was supposed to be hundreds of dollars 2 years ago? What happened to that? Oh wait, it was a bunch of crap? Yes, it was, just like most of the theories now still are.
    Most of the coins people sold XRP for have already 10x'ed or more and you are still waiting for some miracle.
     
    A lot of institutions and funds have announced they are buying BTC in the last 3-4 months, including massive purchases by Tesla, Grayscale, Microstrategy and others. And low and behold, BTC went up at the same time. Why? Because big 'elites', as you call them, are buying it. But it wasn't done in secret.
    The reason your coin isn't going up is not because of suppression or some evil plot, its because no one wants to buy it. There are no plans within plans within plans and never were. Not for BTC, not for XRP, not for VET, ADA, or any other coin. 
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    yxxyun got a reaction from RambeauTeasebox in NFTs on XRPL... How?   
    https://xrpl.org/currency-formats.html
    I think XRPL Labs need change the rippled code.
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    yxxyun got a reaction from KarmaCoverage in NFTs on XRPL... How?   
    https://xrpl.org/currency-formats.html
    I think XRPL Labs need change the rippled code.
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    yxxyun got a reaction from stickynoodle69 in Order Book vs. AMM, should XRPL add built-in AMM support ?   
    after @JoelKatz's discuss, rippled developer start research AMM/CFMM:
    https://github.com/seelabs/cfmm
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