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  1. As I understand that article from GuildOne web page, it looks like they are extending the Corda network by offline settlement confirmation because the blockchain is an online "limited" solution only. They commented the hyper super innovative features of crypto as well... tss tss tss... we are years away from adaption hype. https://guild1.co/2019/06/19/r3-and-guildone-announce-inclusion-of-manual-settlement-on-corda-settler/
  2. I've tried to make some gains. I've jumped in at 0.27 few days ago and got out at 0.35. I did some trades back and forward too. In general I'm a hodler and that was just a experiment. Actually it is fun to see that the price is really unpredictible. You'll feel it for real when you push the sell/buy button and ask you when to make next step. At least there is some action in charts. Better to see it bumping than going slowly sidewards, stay steady or slowly down.
  3. Ich habe die Frage zum Einkaufsort nicht gestellt. Das Hätte ich machen sollen. :-) Mache ich mal dieses Jahr. Wenn die Kartoffeln mal 4660€ pro Kilo kosten und du sie in London lagerst und außerhalb von Österreich kaufst... dann passt es doch oder? Ich habe z.B. ein VPN Zugang mit XRP bezahlt. Die Firma ist in USA registriert... Ich denke es geht in diese Richtung.... Sukrim, musst du dann versteuern oder der Dienstleister? Wer muss es gegenüber dem Finanzamt deklarieren? Bei wem liegt die Beweispflicht? Zahlt nicht der die Steuer, der es in EUR tauscht? In D sind XRP und Kartoffeln keine Zahlungsmittel und werden daher nicht mit der Kapitalertragssteuer belastet.
  4. Also, ich bin letztes Jahr direkt in mein Finanzamt reingelaufen und habe direkt gefragt. Nach einem Jahr ist der Gewinn steuerfrei. Es gab dann noch ein paar lustige Stories vom Beamten, der wohl Leute beraten hat die mit 3 Jahren alten BTCs ankamen die auf einmal "richtig" Geld gebracht haben. Sie wurden alle steuerfrei in EUR getauscht und ausgezahlt. Ansonsten fallen die Gewinne von den Kryptos (handel in jeder Richtung ) unter "hochspekualtive private Veräußerungsgeschäfte". Ab 600EUR ziehen die ordentlich was ab, ich denke so ca. die Hälfte. Anlage SO wird es dann eingetragen... Die Erklärungen hier in Thread fand ich genau zutreffend und richtig. Mit der Elster kann man es auch im Voraus rechnen. Bei mir ist es auch so akzeptiert worden. Ich habe ein Excel ausdruck von meinen XRP Konto abgegeben mit dem Nachweis, dass diese XRP Nummer mir gehört. (Screenshot von der GateHub Webpage in dem mein Name zu sehen war) Interessant fand ich die Bestätigung für Dienstleistungen die man mit XRP direkt bezahlt. Da es keinen Tausch in EUR oder Krypto gibt, sieht es das Finanzamt nicht. Man bekommt die Dienstleitung (Lambo plus Fahrer z.B) dann auch steuerfrei. Das hat mir mein Finanzamt auch bestätigt. Die einzige Anmerkung war, dass ich mich beeilen sollte, weil die entsprechenden Gesetze, die genau das verhindern werden im Anmarsch sind. Electronic handshakes
  5. The personal costomers data were leaked 2017 by that service. They have an flewless credit card payment procededure but they supplier got hacked twice back then in 2017. I recon to check the news here and there for passed histories and security topic as well when choosing plattforms. 2017 news link Hope its expand the big picture here. Electronic handshakes
  6. At 0:54 it has been said, that they met Ripple one and a half a year ago. I would assume that this is a time frame in which a motivated company need to implement xRapid for live use. It would be interesting what exactly kind of steps do you need as company for such payment corrdors... Additionally this is the time frame for adoption of the new technology... hopefully others are faster
  7. Beside the R3 integration, there was still one interesting answer given. Most interesting question to SWIFT was: "Why not using Ripples tech to do what GPI is providing? And it was said that they were evaluating blockchain vs GPI-API with 40 banks outside IBM (it was IBM right?). On the end they were not clear of advantages giving the migration costs vs GPI. It works, for sure, it was much easier but no cost advantages on the end. See time line at 11:15. The cons from Brad in short : SWIFT controlled API, central database for traceability, internet of value are not only the banks. One way messaging system. Time advance. In my opinion this video shows, that Ripple has better technology but there is still a long way for catching the banks and customers and expanding the system. It also looks like they are both talking always of connection internal bank systems together to a bigger networks. Time will show how it works out. Have you caught the numbers Gottfried was talking about? 400 banks, 60 at top of all, GPI rolled out in Australia and now connecting to other countries... at least he stated some facts. But bringing it down to Twitter level: The SWIFT CEO used the word "XRP". We moon! Electronic handshakes
  8. Oh... Thanks for linking. Looks like I've missed the search before....
  9. on 35th ccc congress there was a pretty interesting talk about weakness of hardware related crypto wallets such nano s or trezor black and others. These guys are also explaining few generals facts of crypro coins and wallets and possible coin storage. I suppose, that a lot of people here are storing their coins on some hardware so please enjoy this nice talk. It might be interesting to see how that kind of hardware is build and programmed. congress video and talk This talk shows precisely where the security is implemented and where it is missing. In my opinion they combined very smart software and hardware weaknesses. The hardware guys were able to generate the OK confirmation of an transaction and sniff out the pin using antennas. They also uploaded snake on nano wallet and demonstrated a play. The display was too small for doom, they said :-) Electronic handshakes
  10. Thanks for the insider link @BruceWhale I think the last slide is most interesting one. The titel of this presentation is: and last page contains the conclusion: Do I get it right, that we are mooning in Germany when "much work in progress" is finished? So lets say 2020 with 50/50 probability when you look at next sentence explaining that there is huge gap of "capacity or performance" to become a standard needed even for US markets?
  11. How about a "man in the middle" attack? how safe are we actually in this topic?
  12. And 2,5M to Bitfinex, 5min before that https://xrpcharts.ripple.com/#/transactions/2755AD4A74DEAF41B3196CE928C5530B0A9E629B9CC073D92BAF2F74FAA629C8
  13. As I remember Fidor bank is already connected to bitcoin.de since few years. Taken from bitcoin.de front page: The flow and transfer of fiats was arranged and automated by Fidor bank between the users. Otherwise each of them had to transfer the payments manually to target accounts and wait for verification..... It is cool so see that they are expanding for more platforms and more coins.
  14. Here you are with the original article direct from company's page: https://info.currenciesdirect.com/Press_Release_XRP_Trial It is also saying: It looks like it worked between the company and banks which are on the ripple network as well. It could potentially grow if more companies from more countries are on board i think. Additionally this set up is bypassing the local "old school" payment system, which is mostly a disadvantage. All in all it sounds good to me.
  15. usually the banks are showing actual market exchange rate from the stock market they are dealing with. But they are adding a spread to it or/and charging you a fixed fee for exchanging form fiat to fiat. In europe SEPA zone you will be charged with 1€ it takes up 24h of working days (its regulated in that way) plus, by your banks exchange rate of the time point where they have put it through wires.
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