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  1. I sincerely doubt bots will either put XRP out of favor or in favor, move price up or move price down. This market is controlled by far more powerful interests. Non news story, and as stated before an uncreative one as well. Bots exist on twitter, breaking news..pffft.
  2. IBM is working on a pretty robust custody solution: https://www.coindesk.com/ibm-quietly-enters-crypto-custody-market-with-tech-designed-for-banks but do you have a link where Silbert is discussing what you were saying?
  3. We are the bots. It's true. I remember news like this prior to the last bull run. Absolutely outstanding "ethereumworldnews"!! You go girl!
  4. You should read the original thread. NikB asked him what they ate last time they were together. Bob replied with the correct answer. Anyone got any good jokes?
  5. You'll have to scroll through as this is the live feed. Boy David is a neat guy. Hits it out of the park in my opinion. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2pPeL-lW6bs (now broken link). >>>>> Edit: discussion with David can be found here as well
  6. Matt is just really good at laying down the facts. If I can understand it almost anyone can!
  7. I think you mean the kind of fiduciary abuses that happen with slow transfer of value, right? https://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2018/04/20/604279604/wells-fargo-hit-with-1-billion-in-fines-over-consumer-abuses https://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2016/09/08/493130449/wells-fargo-to-pay-around-190-million-over-fake-accounts-that-sparked-bonuses
  8. Hi Bob! Thanks very much for your presence. A lot of information imparted already in this wonderful discussion I hope every major banker around the world reads this honest back and forth. They may learn something... There still seems to be severely murky areas in the discussion of the (possible) value of an XRP, which I suppose eventually can be cast off in another thread as others have suggested. But for now can you clarify the statement above? Why is Ripple not sure what they'd like "us" to do regards the buying and selling of XRP? What exactly does that mean? Does this statement connect to your other comments that this is a primarily speculative and not utility driven market? I hope you're enjoying this as much as I have been. I appreciate your candid responses. (I would say a blog not a book as it may reach more people). Best to you!
  9. Just posting here for anyone interested. If you were ever wondering how the various moving parts of XRP's ledger work this sure is useful, even going back to the formation of Ripple Labs.
  10. There has to be some way to transact short of seashells and coconuts. I'm not pointing to the economics of all this, just the reality of it...Here we are in 2019, and this IS the reality of our entire globe.
  11. Talk about fake news. Forbes should be embarrassed (and fully outed for the outfit which it has become).
  12. This is exactly why digital currencies are coming into favor in certain circles of power- the realization that they are not inflationary, meaning losing value by the year because more will be printed, hence will be more utilized as reserves as global currencies experience more serious rates of inflation. I don't think we're too far off from that either in a world where the three largest economies are in serious debt and paying that debt by printing more money....
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