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  1. Thanks Sr, I got it!! You´r right. I´ll try not doing that next time. Sorry about the inconvenience.
  2. LOL!!. Supposing FUD just based in a word used in my phrase is quite paranoic! Well , Go Figure! But i got the "message". Maybe im asking what should not be asked!! and because of this i´m causing FUUDDDD!!!!!!! FYI, English is not my first language, so i tend to use several times the same words! Thank You!
  3. Hello Everyone!!! In the case of blockchain-based B2B payment processing companies, how the "garantees" are offered to the acquirers?. Since those processors are receiving XRP as payment, they should somehow assure to their clients that they gonna receive their money after conversion from XRP to Fiat!! Any Idea how this would work?
  4. In the case of blockchain-based B2B payment processing companies, how the "garantees" are offered to the acquirers?. Since those processors are receiving XRP as payment, they should somehow assure to their clients that they gonna receive their money after conversion from XRP to Fiat!! Any Idea how this would work?
  5. Thanks for the answers and info guys!! After reading a lot about it, I Understood that Ripple, The Company, is one thing, and XRP is another! The company Ripple is backed by Google and some other major investors. Some Bankers already agreed to use Ripple systems and XRP, for instance Santander. These guys don´t take a step out of the box without guarantees and I suppose that should be any sort of "contract" among those institutions and Ripple to guarantee the transactions´ liquidity. Bankers won´t take any risk by accepting XRP, that I´m sure. What I don´t know is how that "assurance" or "contract" would work. What do you think guys?
  6. Ok Guys, thanks for the anwers and support!! I´ll take some time researching, but, i´m afraid that I´ll be back tomorrow!! This doubt just started after trying to explain XRP to a friend of mine and after he saying this phrase "All right, so, who backed XRP??. If i try to sell my coins and no one want it back, does ripple would buy it back"? And i answered "Yesss???" like, "maybe"!! . Actually, I didn´t have any idea, so I ended here asking you guys!!!! We were talking about those payments systems using XRP!!, when he stated that every firm like that would like to have at least any certain about transforming XRP back to FIAT and this would be in form of any "guarantee" or "insurance"!!. He thinks that someone will present him a piece of paper saying "this operation is backed by ...."!! So, this is my quest "to prove not, or to prove yes" Thank you very much guys!!
  7. OK, Doing some reading here, and got a doubt!! When someone buy a XRP coin, that person is putting fiat money into the "Ripple's liquidity pool" right? Shouln´t this pool work like backing the ripple coin? Thanks again Pros!!!
  8. /Hi Guys!! I´m very new here, almost 2 minutes!!, and i got a question!! Actually, I just got here to ask the Pros!!! Here goes: The Ripple company or the xrp coin is backed by whom? Is there any kind of insurance, or any USD bank account backing the xpr issued coins? If we use the XRP coin into our operations, how can i make sure that liquidity is guaranteed? or if the acquirers can sell their coins? if yes, how this can be evidenced? thanks guys!!
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