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Danny

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  1. What Douglas Borthwick (headed Trading and Strategy businesses at Morgan Stanley, Merrill Lynch and Standard Chartered Bank) says at 18:57 is very interesting (https://youtu.be/2j747MrQN0U?t=1136). The US is fully aware of the things he describes and if it doesn't want to lose the trade war, I believe it can't afford not to use digital assets. Would have loved to be on that show too by the way. Either on her left or right side.
  2. I wouldn't buy or wear it, to be honest. You should study the basics of color composition and graphical design. That will really help you. There are many tutorials and examples on the web.
  3. Am I wearing a tin foil hat on this one?
  4. Just checked and both sites did correct their article.
  5. A dutch and a german website also misquoted what was said. I couldn't resist notifying them and politely asked if they can correct it. I'm curious to see what they'll do. https://cryptomonday.de/ripple-news-laut-zentralbank-von-singapur-habe-xrp-kein-potential/ https://bitcoinmagazine.nl/2019/05/ripple-xrp-blockchain-singapore/
  6. Not XRP related but one of the Big Four accounting firms Ernst & Young will launch a protocol for private transactions on the Ethereum blockchain. https://www.ey.com/en_gl/news/2019/04/ey-releases-zero-knowledge-proof-blockchain-transaction-technology-to-the-public-domain-to-advance-blockchain-privacy-standards
  7. Judging by your title it seems you've already drawn your conclusion.
  8. Excellent points Hodor. I admit I'm one of those who invested in Bitconnect, sold a significant amount of XRP to purchase BCC back then. It was MY mistake and I've learned from it.
  9. I'm far from a financial expert but I would add 'opposite of fiat money', which means unlike a stable coin it does not take its value from a government declaration or law. To me that makes all the difference in the world.
  10. Well it's 1 for the money, 2 for the show, 3 get ready now go cat go, but don't you step on my XRP.
  11. Interesting. Can you add a link?
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