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  1. And that comment is correct. The SWIFT network is not in any way associated with XRP. And Corda Settler allows users with various payment rails to interact and integrate, cryptocurrency and traditional.
  2. Since we're using broad strokes anyone interested in the SWIFT gpi, Corda Settler, and Ripple relationship should read below in its entirety as well. These systems are not entirely independent of one another, and in many cases dependent upon on one another in the payments ecosystem of the present/future. The final word is not yet out so no conclusions (FUD or Moon) can be made either way by the masses, us. https://www.finextra.com/blogposting/17188/blockchain-corda-settler-ripple-and-swift-a-mariage-a-trois
  3. Eric which line on your most recent chart is the 21 WMA? Or is it on there? And is does the E-line you reference correspond to the 21WMA at all? Thx.
  4. To keep this thread on topic, and pursue the interest in the CL selling questions- it may be in our best interest to form another thread for that discussion.
  5. I'm speaking about the BofE being a client of Ripple- not the one bank in 2018, dozens in 2019. The one bank in 2018 was EuroExim whether one likes that or not. As stated with no other counter evidence the assumption is that what Garlinghouse has said is true. I don't take him to be a patent liar. Maybe some do. He may be getting things wrong, misconstruing information, etc. That's what CEO's do. But the BofE and Ripple have a longstanding, almost three year relationship, and Garlinghouse has stated they are a client at the Yahoo conference. Until further evidence my only point is that one would assume they are a client. This idea that "we have no evidence for that" is incorrect. The evidence thus far is the Ripple CEO stating as such. Does that mean proof? No. But it is evidence.
  6. We do. If it turns out not to be true, then we know he was a) lying b) overestimating. If there is no other way to confirm that B of E is a client of Ripple except to trust the CEO of Ripple when he said it publicly, then that is the assumption until proven otherwise.
  7. Brad Garlinghouse last year stated publicly the BofE is paid client of Ripple. We have to assume this is so. Please DYOR. https://www.investinblockchain.com/ripple-ceo-bank-of-england-is-our-paid-client/
  8. Please keep this thread on topic. The folks here are enjoying themselves in speculation. So, if you have nothing supportive to say there are other threads to leak vinegar. Thanks!
  9. Tiny you've been here through thick and thin for awhile now. Hop on back in soon once the "global crypto panic" of 2019 cools down. Few heads are on straight at the moment.
  10. Sounds like some folks are really pushing some coins! Good on you fellas. Easy boys. Your enthusiasm is well understood.
  11. We do not know how these remittance providers stay in business if they drop their fees from $50 to $1. No idea. An understanding was that the payback period was a few years, whatever this entails for each entity using XRapid. I have no source for this, maybe someone else does. What we do know is everyone on board for cross-border payments via digital assets is playing the same game. There will be winners and there will be losers. How the winners become winners I cannot say. That is where the speculation comes in.
  12. This may be true to an extent, but we also must recognize that this is the money transfer problem all of fintech is trying to resolve. It's doubtful, in fact wrong, that remittance fees are overstated. They are documented from here on back for years--known to be extremely high points of friction- that's why all these new solutions are here - because the tech was never there before to make them cheaper. p.s. Fees and exchange rates put together can make free seem expensive
  13. I think it depends on what version of firmware you were updating from. There are glitches if you had an older firmware which they are resolving forthcoming. not sure if this answers your questions. https://support.ledger.com/hc/en-us/articles/360003117594-Troubleshoot-firmware-update
  14. You have to do what you have to do. Understood. We can move on with the rest of the day now though, eh? It's a big big world with a lot to do for all of us, no? Grab a nice meal somewhere, and treat yourself.
  15. That's fine. But the wizard as you call Ripple is not here. You are free to contact them of course. Nothing wrong with that.
  16. Many folks have asked that this thread be locked. It's about time now. An emotionally unstable bagholder whining ad nauseum at something none of us can control. Neither good for him nor us.
  17. Someone needs one friend. One good friend. To talk to. Isn't that right? Then the temper tantrums will subside.
  18. Nothing is wrong with $8 accounts. Cost of doing business. If you want things for free gather horse manure.
  19. And needing attention. We have this saying- some people live in a perpetual hurtbox. Look into this please sir?
  20. Agreed on all, and thanks very much for the response. Makes good enough sense. What I was really referring to is just the general "pump" volume from bigger fish already in the market who seem to usually get on by this point, and we're all of a sudden over 4/5 billion. Of course, I don't know who these fish are or why, but it has happened before... Seems to be happening differently this time, eh? Keeps us guessing that's for sure. I am very pleased with the progress of the market since the last month, but anxiously await even better times. I do feel we'll have a dip in btc and therefore all else (the hotly debated topic of the month). But who really knows... We need some dancing bananas.
  21. I'm curious why the volume is "so low" considering nothing but bullish behavior in XRP exists. I realize the volume is not low relatively speaking, but it's not growing at a rate I would imagine considering it's beating back the bears so effectively. Any thoughts on this? Things do look hopeful anyway!
  22. Certain that we are at market sentiment bottom. This thread is nutty as a cashew (not Tiffany, this thread). Tiffany - you're awesome. Very much looking towards great great things happening for XRP (the price, not the digital asset-it's perfect!). Certain that we are at market sentiment bottom. Sure of it. It's actually embarrassing- all these smart and insightful people from all over the globe, each with so much to contribute, to devolve into Jerry Springer-like conversation instead of focusing on the XRP. Heck even the price is more interesting than this dreck. Wow. Wow!!
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