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  1. yes, you can bridge crypto to crypto like they do with FIAT. also, you can write an ETH IOU (e.g.), trade it at the speed of xrp many times then cash it out with the gatekeeper at which point you will have to wait for the ETH transaction to settle at ETH speed. I only read half your question... my bad
  2. Just wait two weeks and say, "see I told you so".
  3. I believe so. David S told me everything but Iota during consensus week ‘19. Iota is just different and would require a non one size fits all solution
  4. utility also fuels speculation (as in, new market opens up and we speculate on the price). overtime there will be a reduced marginal effect of utility on speculation. eventually, opening up a new corridor or adding more utility to xrp will be priced in and the weight of speculation will feather.
  5. They are positioning themselves for institutional grade custody, they can custody pretty much every digital asset on one system except for IOTA. When I met Jack, he made it sound like it's coming this year. I don't think they will have much hardware, but they might have physical keys like ledger has. AML/KYC is definitely a concern, and they probably have something in the works for that, but i think they are focused on large clients not so much the average joe.
  6. I find it difficult to watch CNN FAKE NEWS... I blocked them on my news feeds, computers, search engines, and browsers.
  7. 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.
  8. these wambulance chasers https://www.rgrdlaw.com/ announced one yesterday... https://www.apnews.com/Business Wire/9330790f5df940838fbadf49fc9b9aea
  9. 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.*"
  10. 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.
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