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  1. Someday VERY soon, Zerp Members will realize how HUGE this is..... HSBC Taps Former Ripple CEO for Tech Advisory Board Published on January 19, 2017 at 10:00 GMT HSBC is adding Chris Larsen, the former CEO of distributed ledger firm Ripple, to its newly minted technology advisory board. Larsen currently serves as the startup's executive chairman, having stepped down as Ripple CEO in November. At the time, he handed the reins to Brad Garlinghouse, a former executive for AOL. According to HSBC, Larsen and other advisory board members will offer "advice and guidance" on a range of issues, including potential applications of blockchain tech. http://www.coindesk.com/hsbc-taps-former-ripple-ceo-tech-advisory-board/
  2. But now that I know my personal online stalker @rippledigital doesn't like it......it will be a hard habit to drop....lol
  3. All of the XRP "negative nellies" are going to start coming home.....one by one as each revelation drops! Your first instincts about XRP and Ripple were right......don't let others negative comments make you forget that! Seen a lot of posts about dumping or giving up on XRP since last year.....don't do it! This is going to be fun to sit back and watch.....
  4. lol......point well taken. It is my childish attempt to HIGHLIGHT the important parts.....there I go again. I am not yelling.....or upset. I just know people get sick of reading long drawn out diatribes...so I try to highlight sections.....lol
  5. iEx.ec Offers an Insight into Its Upcoming Blockchain Based Distributed Computing Platform QUOTES "The internet as we know is in need of an upgrade and iEx.ec is the one that is going to make it happen. iEx.ec (stands for “I Execute”) is a blockchain based distributed cloud computing system that aims to provide scalable, secure and easily accessible computing resources for decentralized applications. iEx.ec uses a distributed ledger to organize a market network where everyone can share and monetize their servers, applications, and datasets..... The platform borrows the Distributed and Parallel Computing technology developed by INRIA and CNRS research institutes to create XtremWeb-HEP based computing system. The use of such technology allows integration of much-needed features like fault tolerance, multi-applications, multi-users, hybrid public/private infrastructure, deployment of virtual images, data management, security and accountability and more."
  6. Ripple better get it going......or they are going to get bypassed by the big dogs offering alternatives that eliminate the need for Nostro Accounts. Technology is only new for a very short period of time. Wait too long to corner the market and your MOMENT is gone!
  7. @elusive13 - This white paper will help you and other newbies out........go to page #8 and it will spell out the EXRTA savings XRP offers each bank. If they don't use XRP, it could cost them MILLIONS per year.... It is all about XRP giving banks the ability to eliminate funding NOSTRO ACCOUNTS...... ROI IF BANKS USE XRP? 11 MONTH PAYBACK PERIOD "......A respondent bank that processes $12 billion in international transactions a year (over 5 corridors with an average transaction size of $6,30019) can assume a conservative, estimated $10 million one-time cost of deploying Ripple and a payback period of just over 11 months. Read Whitepaper - Page #8 https://ripple.com/files/xrp_cost_model_paper.pdf ** WHY WOULD BANKS USE XRP? $10 MILLION IN SAVINGS ANNUALLY USING XRP(Minimum) As such, if BANKS can recoup $10 Million each year with Ripple + XRP, then, the math is easy. Implementing Ripple + XRP reduces bank costs(with $12 Billion in annual transactions) by $10 Million annually at a minimum based on no longer needing nostro accounts. Not a bad sales pitch to start with..... much faster/safer settlement and cuts costs $10,000,000 EVERY YEAR.There are many other benefits and cost saving measures(see link above)......but this is a good one to lead off with! OR READ THIS RIPPLE ARTICLE https://ripple.com/insights/ripple-and-xrp-can-cut-banks-global-settlement-costs-up-to-60-percent/
  8. Huge.... India is part of BRICS. If each member country gives approval for the implementation of Ripple, we are all a step closer to Global acceptance. We need Russia and China to follow suit. QUOTES Axis Bank partnered with Earthport last November in another effort to streamline international transactions. Last year, Earthport received approval from the Reserve Bank of India to operate in the country and can enable outbound transactions for Axis Bank through their collaboration. But the use of Ripple takes Axis Bank’s international payments initiatives into a new realm of using distributed ledger for cross-border transactions. “Given its status as the fastest-growing major economy in the world and the * top market for remittances, India is a very important market that is ripe for payments innovation,” said Ripple Chief Executive Brad Garlinghouse in another statement. * 2013 SOURCE - http://www.worldbank.org/en/news/press-release/2013/10/02/developing-countries-remittances-2013-world-bank The top recipients of officially recorded remittances for 2013 are India (with an estimated $71 billion), China ($60 billion), the Philippines ($26 billion), Mexico ($22 billion), Nigeria ($21 billion), and Egypt ($20 billion).
  9. @nikb - Agreed..... @Haydentiff has a lot to offer.....
  10. Fantastic.......real upgrades that will provide immediate XRP use/access and liquidity in Q1 2017!
  11. It looks like GATEHUB has plans to help Ripple improve XRP ACCESS and LIQUIDITY! GateHub 2016: A Year in Review Interledger In July we successfully completed world’s first payment from GateHub to Bitstamp using Interledger. A Look Forward In 2017 we will be busy onboarding new gateways that will bring more assets and funding methods to the Ripple Consensus Ledger (RCL). Our Wallet will receive many useful features including a sleek and easy to use Mobile App for Android and iOS. Did we mentioned the App comes with a debit card? Maybe the most exciting feature this year is full Interledger support, coming in Q1 2017. Our gateways will be among the first ILP-enabled services and you as our customer will be able to experience this groundbreaking technology hands-on using GateHub Wallet.
  12. @Haydentiff - Our Government has many HIDDEN SECRETS of doing to Foreign Civilians what they have been doing to Americans in Flint by using WATER as a weapon to injure and kill. Our Govt is not what you think it is. Our Country is not based on the principles you believe to be true. If they were, how could FLINT BE HAPPENING? They have done this in Iraq and Syria in the Middle east...........they don't care who they kill or whether they are US Citizens or of Foreign origin. As noted at the link below, their own documents admit that these operations specifically KILL ELDERLY and YOUNG(500,000 Iraqi Kids). The UN worked with the US Government to create these SANCTIONS to block necessary equipment and compounds for water treatment in these countries......like Chlorine. This has been going on for over a decade......and your media has said nothing? Your Govt and the UN are not on your side.......contacting them will do nothing. If what they have done in these foreign countries in INTENTIONAL.....then, you should assume the same domestically. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ QUOTE “The United States knew the cost that civilian Iraqis, mostly children, would pay, and it went ahead anyway.” On May 12, 1996 some of the horrible consequences of this policy were revealed when the CBS news program 60 Minutes reported that roughly half million Iraqi children had died as a consequence of U.S. imposed sanctions." "This incisive and carefully documented article by Prof. Thomas Nagy was first published by Global Research in September 2001. It confirms the criminal nature of US intervention. A similar and comparable operation in Syria has now been launched by using US supported Al Qaeda “opposition rebels”, with the help of the White Helmets to undermine and destroy the system of water supply in Damascus; this issue has been casually ignored by the Western media and the self proclaimed “international community”. While, the modus operandi in the case of Syria differs from that described by Prof. Nagy, it nonetheless confirms a pattern. In Syria, this diabolical operation carried out by US backed terrorists, constitutes the ultimate crime against humanity." ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ http://www.globalresearch.ca/how-the-us-deliberately-destroyed-iraq-s-water-supply/31011 How the US Deliberately Destroyed Iraq’s Water Supply by Prof Thomas J. Nagy August 29, 2001 Confirmed by documents of the US Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), “the U.S. government intentionally used sanctions against Iraq to degrade the country’s water supply after the Gulf War. The United States knew the cost that civilian Iraqis, mostly children, would pay, and it went ahead anyway.” Over the last two years, I’ve discovered documents of the Defense Intelligence Agency proving beyond a doubt that, contrary to the Geneva Convention, the U.S. government intentionally used sanctions against Iraq to degrade the country’s water supply after the Gulf War......... The primary document, “Iraq Water Treatment Vulnerabilities,” is dated January 22, 1991. It spells out how sanctions will prevent Iraq from supplying clean water to its citizens. Iraq depends on importing specialized equipment and some chemicals to purify its water supply, most of which is heavily mineralized and frequently brackish to saline,” the document states. “With no domestic sources of both water treatment replacement parts and some essential chemicals, Iraq will continue attempts to circumvent United Nations Sanctions to import these vital commodities. Failing to secure supplies will result in a shortage of pure drinking water for much of the population. This could lead to increased incidences, if not epidemics, of disease. The document goes into great technical detail about the sources and quality of Iraq’s water supply. The quality of untreated water “generally is poor,” and drinking such water “could result in diarrhea,” the document says. It notes that Iraq’s rivers “contain biological materials, pollutants, and are laden with bacteria. Unless the water is purified with chlorine, epidemics of such diseases as cholera, hepatitis, and typhoid could occur.” The document notes that the importation of chlorine “has been embargoed” by sanctions. “Recent reports indicate the chlorine supply is critically low.”
  13. The world has suffered long enough at the hands of these "PAID SHILLS" and their EMPLOYERS.......the world is waking up and these soul-less creatures are going to get their just desserts. 2017 is going see an end to these global mafia monsters.......and their global media outlets that turn a blind eye to their intentional atrocities and false flag events perpetrated globally in towns and cities like Flint, Brussels and Aleppo and foreign countries like Iraq, Syria, Ukraine, Yemen etc etc etc............
  14. access = liquidity No access = No liquidity "Ease of access" is the first step.....thank God!
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