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  1. Would 'spending xrp like traditional money' using your card alter my tax obligations at all? @Trastra
  2. I hold both XRP and CSC so I'll try and answer your questions as best I can. CSC can be traded on 5 exchanges currently: STEX: https://stex.com/ Bitrue: https://bitrue.com/ NLExch: https://nlexch.com/ NUEX: https://nuex.com/ Whitebit: https://whitebit.com/ Yes, volume is low at the moment, Bitrue gets the most volume and usually on the XRP pair. Technically casinos could use the XRPL, however they are at the mercy of any limitations and whatever upgrades/changes are made to XRPL. Because CSC ledger is created FOR the gaming/gambling industry and is developed by a specialised team, they can upgrade and add features whenever they like. If a casino wants the CSC ledger to address a specific task for them then the CasinoCoin Foundation can implement that custom feature specifically for them, in fact 3rd party tokens were issued by CasinoCoin because it was requested, companies approached CasinoCoin Foundation and asked them to create custom tokens for their purposes.Because of this, Cammegh Gaming, the biggest roulette wheel manufacturer in the world will be using CSC ledger to record data from their wheels using their custom 'Cammo' token. http://www.cammegh.com/customers.php The CasinoCoin Foundation and board of advisors are all experienced and well connected within the gambling industry, in a similar way to Ripple employing ex SWIFT/HSBC/FED staff. If you have any further questions then feel free to tag me in this thread and I'll do my best to answer them.
  3. https://markets.businessinsider.com/news/stocks/new-zealand-legalizes-cryptocurrency-salaries-including-bitcoin-2019-8-1028442320
  4. Neither. CasinoCoin was created by forking the XRP source and runs its own Ledger. It is managed by the CasinoCoin Foundation which is a non-profit registered on Malta.
  5. Interesting that Toast lets you delete a trustline while you hold funds attached to it, Gatehub won't let you delete a trustline if it is funded.
  6. Is anyone here actively trading ALV? The volume looks low but the spreads often quite big, could be some fun to be had with small low value trades...
  7. It will also be at the mercy of CRNs (community Relay Nodes), however it's in their financial interest to do what's best for the network. What is best for the XRP ledger's use case is probably not the same as what is best for the CSC ledger, so having their own network as opposed to running on the XRP ledger makes sense IMO.
  8. Because then CasinoCoin is at the mercy of any changes/updates made to the XRP ledger and would be unable to implement their own changes/updates to the network.
  9. Transferwise uses a p2p order matching algorithm, basically their customers are their nostro/vostro.
  10. I checked. I'm guessing I hit submit just as it ended as I tried re-submitting 10 min later and got the 'oops' message.
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