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  1. The use case of Ripple (XRP) in the remittance market has just been handed a major recognition by the United States in an official document released by the government of the country. https://newslogical.com/us-gov-affirms-continued-growth-adoption-of-ripple-xrp-remittance-system/
  2. https://cointelegraph.com/news/crypto-exchange-coinfield-launches-xrp-validator-teases-new-ecosystem Maybe something new... ???
  3. A report from Weiss. EOS : +13,5 % but XRP +2,32 % ! 😱😩 Read more at https://ihodl.com/topnews/2019-03-27/weiss-ratings-ranks-xrp-and-eos-best-crypto/ The Weiss's report is downloadable at : https://weisscryptocurrencyratings.com/reports/WCY/sq/crypto-web-free-report/
  4. For the moment their price has not significantly increased in any case... 😂
  5. From memory, wasn't Mastercard a partner with Ripple ? https://ihodl.com/topnews/2019-02-16/mastercard-wants-build-open-banking-hub-partners-stellar-startup/
  6. Moving money around the world is a very expensive venture. There are ways of doing it cheaper compared to traditional solutions, however. Arrington XRP Capital founder Michael Arrington is a big fan of Ripple’s XRP in this regard. The company recently moved $50 million worth of the cryptocurrency at the cost of $0.30, An impressive feat that further confirms that this asset can make a big difference. The Future Looks Bright for XRP Source : https://www.livebitcoinnews.com/ripple-network-moves-50-million-in-xrp-in-2-seconds-for-just-0-30/
  7. When Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Division of Corporation Finance Director William Hinman gave his opinion this summer that ether — the native asset of the Ethereum platform — was not a security under federal law, he listed among his justifications the fact that, although ether was originally distributed through a token sale, it has become substantially decentralized in the years since its network launch. Since then, supporters of XRP, the third-largest cryptocurrency, have sought to demonstrate that the token — colloquially referred to as “ripple” due to its close association with the blockchain startup of the same name — is sufficiently decentralized to evade the security classification as well. Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse made this argument in a recent interview with financial news outlet Cheddar. Garlinghouse, who was speaking on the sidelines of the Ripple-sponsored industry conference “Swell” in San Francisco, said that he believes XRP is “very clearly decentralized.” Source : https://www.ccn.com/xrp-is-very-clearly-decentralized-ripple-ceo-brad-garlinghouse/
  8. 45 percent of 700 “global payments professionals” who took part in Ripple’s Blockchain in Payments Report are in the process of adopting the technology. RIPPLE: ADOPTION ‘TIPPING POINT’ IS ‘FAST APPROACHING’ That was according to the results of the first mass survey undertaken by the company which it unveiled at its Swell 2018 conference October 1 -2. Focusing on the payments sector, the Report painted a buoyant outlook for Blockchain, Ripple says, officials describing the findings as suggesting the “tipping point for mass adoption” is “fast approaching.” “There’s a lot of money at stake,” chief market strategist Corey Johnson commented while presenting the results at Swell. Source : https://bitcoinist.com/ripple-survey-says-75-of-payment-professionals-want-to-use-digital-assets/
  9. That's also my point of view. In any case, Ripple must probably be disturbing for journalists to persist in misinformation. The title looks good and as soon as you read the article it's mitigated or even completely false...
  10. https://cointelegraph.com/news/wsj-automated-trading-programs-manipulate-digital-currency-prices
  11. Former U.S. President Bill Clinton didn't have to say much when he delivered the keynote at Ripple's Swell conference in San Francisco. And indeed, he barely said anything relevant to the blockchain industry. The 42nd commander in chief has long been recognized for his rhetorical prowess, but there was little pressure on him to rouse or inspire the audience at Ripple's event. He was sending a message on Ripple's behalf simply by appearing on stage. Specifically, the company was saying: Ripple is the kind of company that can book Clinton to speak. https://www.coindesk.com/with-rambling-clinton-keynote-ripple-is-sending-a-clear-message/
  12. I don't know why all these journalists are preaching the fake and the FUD. Thank you all for correcting so that people know the truth. I am confident that Ripple will eventually have the much expected and deserved success.
  13. Much better... No not more but it is the source
  14. Yes, sorry. I made a "Control C / Control V" of the text... ?
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