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  1. The actual Visa announcement the article was based off is an interesting read though: https://usa.visa.com/visa-everywhere/blog/bdp/2020/07/21/advancing-our-approach-1595302085970.html
  2. https://www.crypto-news-flash.com/visa-reveals-progress-to-facilitate-bitcoin-and-crypo-payments/ Maybe they are extending their existence payment rails to incorporate crypto. But I never trust nothing I read on crypto news websites.
  3. Actual headline contains a question mark. You may be familiar with Betteridge's Law of Headlines. Moneygram uses xRapid, Moneygram has a deal with Visa, therefore Visa uses xRapid? Despite the clickbaity article, it looks as though Visa using xRapid or xrp remains unconfirmed.
  4. If $25,000 can move it that much, I’d be able to force a price move of a small cap coin all by myself. Which seems crazy.
  5. https://www.change.org/p/ripple-stop-ripple-dumping I was gonna comment on this but I don’t know what to say. It just seems like an incoherent mess.
  6. Coinbase have suspended Ethereum Classic withdrawals after detecting a deep chain reorganisation including a double spend: https://blog.coinbase.com/ethereum-classic-etc-is-currently-being-51-attacked-33be13ce32de
  7. https://cryptobriefing.com/xrp-adoption-banks-nano/
  8. When XLM was announced, people were still thinking getting onto to Coinbase was a sure fire way for a coin to make ETH like price increases. Looking at the seeming death spiral of BCH, the absolute non-arrival of bullish price increases for BAT and ETC and the saturation of so many coins being announced at the same time, I can understand why the market would be a bit 'meh' at this announcement.
  9. I will never let Big Brother track my cat on the blockchain!
  10. It seems you and I read different things in the term 1000x. I read 1000x to be 'multiply by 1000'. Which if xrp was to go 1000x from $0.28 would make the price $280 per xrp. Whereas, you seem to be talking about increasing 1000%, which is only 10x and would give the price $2.80.
  11. Most of this malware is mining Monero, which by design obscures where the output is going.
  12. https://cryptocoinspy.com/ripple-xrp-unveils-new-hire-from-uk-government-key-to-our-growth-in-europe/ I find the hire very interesting. It does show Ripple is able to gain expert talent from inside Government agencies, which has to be bullish, in my humble opinion.
  13. Oh, you know. You call them to fix your washing machine and pay them in trx, then for some reason they rip all of their clothes off.
  14. https://www.crunchbase.com/organization/moneytap-2
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