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  1. It could be done on Ledger. Know a programmer? : https://www.ledgerwallet.com/ https://github.com/LedgerHQ http://slack.ledger.co/
  2. When you tell all your friends to get on the Ripple train. Merry Christmas from Ripple.
  3. What UI are people currently using to trade XRP on Bitstamp?
  4. So trading on Bitstamp as an exchange as opposed trading on a gateway? Current trading on Bitstamp is like trading on Gatehub? I guess it's the way the announcement is worded. As it is first thought is "What's new?"
  5. Isn't there already Bistamp BTC XRP and USD XRP trading pairs on Ripple Charts?
  6. hmm it has to do with "decoy solutions". Equivoe-T: Transposition Equivocation Cryptography https://eprint.iacr.org/2015/510.pdf I don't claim to understand this, but if someone comes up with three solutions or decryptions of the message that works in the war general situation, but in this situation, can't they just try all three solutions?
  7. lol. "erosive ciphers" & "all public key encryption is proven breakable"? The best is: "Bitmint is based on the enduring principle of equivocation". The guy is nuts.
  8. He doesn't mention how this 'claim check' is secured. Sounds like the equivalent of emailing your private key. What's to keep Alice from redeeming the claim check before Bob?
  9. It's a breath of fresh air to see Ripple release polished promotional advertising after years of what seemed like only testing and partnership news. Ripple is entering the next stage. Was a long wait.
  10. According to this guy, CME is launching it's own trading platform: http://www.automatedtrader.net/headlines/156687/royal-mint-and-cme-to-offer-blockchain-based-gold-trading Will the Crypto Facility's trading platform be connected by the Ripple network to the CME Group digital trading platform? Or is it going to be numerous distinct independent exchanges like Kraken & Polo?
  11. Could it be Crypto Facilities? http://www.coindesk.com/1000-year-old-royal-mint-will-soon-launch-blockchain-gold-trading/ https://ripple.com/xrp-portal/xrp-resources/ripple-announces-xrp-futures-trading-crypto-facilities/
  12. Thanks for the link. Here's the graphic for Concord: http://s.wsj.net/public/resources/images/BN-PN728_R3conc_P_20160824094010.jpg The most relevant quote from the article is: Is this really the case? Or is it the main selling and differentiating point for Concord? The one comment on the article is even better: Does the answer to this question have anything to do with why some of the bigger banks are leaving the consortium? There was one article that said they left because some of the bigger banks didn't realize how many other smaller banks would join? Or is it because of the ownership percentage being lowered from 90% to 60%? There's another WSJ Concord article: http://www.wsj.com/articles/bitcoin-tech-firm-thinks-this-name-can-unify-wall-street-behind-blockchain-1472044968 What does Ripple have to do with all of this?
  13. Corda is going to be open sourced this Wednesday Nov 30th. So there will certainly be more R3 stories coming this week. Here are some links: https://gendal.me/2016/11/25/countdown-to-corda-open-source/ http://venturebeat.com/2016/1...on-in-blockchain-startup-r3/ https://twitter.com/petertoddbtc/status/802242400936755200 https://goldsilverbitcoin.com/r3-sends-cease-and-desist-to-peter-todd/ What is R3's Concord platform? What components does it use besides Corda?
  14. Dollar Tree?
  15. Payments are about how ledgers communicate, not about ledgers. Why do you need the RCL or Ethereum for that matter if you have Corda, Hyperledger and ILP?