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  1. I keep checking my inbox, but no Uphold emails... 3,000/day (roughly 1M/year) means they are doubling their funded wallets y.o.y.
  2. these wambulance chasers https://www.rgrdlaw.com/ announced one yesterday... https://www.apnews.com/Business Wire/9330790f5df940838fbadf49fc9b9aea
  3. It has several different bridge options, quote from website below: "Two financial institutions transacting together agree to use a stable coin, central bank digital currency or other digital asset as the bridge asset between any two fiat currencies. The digital asset facilitates the trade and supplies important settlement instructions.*"
  4. The article is not true, money is locked up at banks all the time. Just an FYI, Frances's banking experience was working on Y2K related updates... nothing more.
  5. https://developers.ripple.com/technical-faq.html#validators-and-unique-node-lists
  6. https://ripple.com/use-cases/banks/
  7. Do you have a recommended reading list? Non-fiction related to what is behind the tech, legal, and economic elements of DLT - and any other prerequisites. You mentioned you learned a lot from others at Ripple, please include their libraries too! Many of your posts illustrate how legally cautious Ripple has been. So many other successful tech companies ask for forgiveness rather than permission, but when money is involved there isn't room for error. looking forward to your response, or a future recommended reading blog post
  8. Is that Peter Kray III? Very interesting. I have many questions about Author specifically, but I’ll follow your lead and respect his privacy (he’s too interesting).
  9. Also FYI, the steemit article's equity ownership estimates are all about 2x what they actually are. I'm going to assume they are using old stats and haven't considered dilution etc. I have SBI estimated to be 5-6%, Seagate and CME around 3%, etc...
  10. I saw prices as high as $32 last year (i'm sure they were higher), i think they are currently trading between $16-20. There are different types, preferred shares and common stock. Preferred shares come with rights and seniority, but are priced at a premium to common stock. There was a 2-for-1 stock split in 2017, i can't remember exactly when. Around the ATH, shares were trading at about a 90% discount to the value of XRP, having said that the volatility of Ripple shares on the secondary market is much lower than XRP volatility. Novagratz says it was approx. a 98% discount:
  11. They are still trying to get people off the legacy databases from the 2008 acquisitions. JPM is a massive (cumbersome) company and spends a ton on proprietary technology/software. They are not the software savants they’d like to be. Also, let’s not forget JPM’s dream team, Amber Baldet + friend, quit JPM shortly after gaining publicity for working on Quorum. JPM wrote a white paper and now they want to sell a bridge.
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