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Danny

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  1. Did you read https://coil.com/p/Hodor/Cessation-of-the-Hodor-Blog/BBo_l6Yoo ?
  2. And he fully explained why he was going to focus on other things.
  3. Funny. My experience is diametrically opposed to yours.
  4. Interesting points. And there may be factors in play that we don't see. From 1996 to 1999 for example, Brooksley Born, chair of the CFTC which oversaw the futures and commodity option markets, tried to bring OTC derivatives under the regulatory control of the CFTC. Michael Greenberger, a former top official at the CFTC who worked closely with Born remembers he entered her office one day: "She was just putting down the receiver on the telephone and the blood had drained from her face. She looked at me and said: That was Larry Summers. He had 13 bankers in his office, directing her to stop
  5. Remarkable. Tetragon, based in the UK, cites SEC’s finding that XRP is a security. The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), also residing in the UK, confirmed XRP is not a security.
  6. I was thinking the same and it just confirms that the crypto market has nothing to do with use case but everything with bots, whales and other speculators. The regulatory framework we’re all waiting for will hopefully start changing that as well.
  7. Are you saying the Flare Network will be the level playing field in which each digital asset won't be able to hide what it's made of?
  8. Professional crypto traders worldwide make huge profits based on their TA.
  9. https://www.cryptopolitan.com/fxcoin-partners-sbi-to-launch-a-volatility/
  10. In your initial post in this thread you did not distinguish any type of CBDC, you put all CBDCs on one big heap and said bridging them is "the worst and most absurd use case" you had ever heard. Now you're narrowing it down to a very specific type of CBDC that may theoretically not need bridging, but it's a type of CBDC that does not exist.
  11. Even if you had a 'non tokenized money' version of a CBDC, one that doesn't need to be backed by fiat, it would still equal fiat money and fiat money can and will be inflated by banks and governments. History has shown that.
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