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  1. Would be great if true, but would like to get an second confirmation. Could've easily been a mistake on the part of the support agent.
  2. https://www.bizjournals.com/sanjose/news/2019/03/13/meggie-ghidella-ripple-corporate-counsel.html
  3. Indeed. But banks don't want their transactions on public ledger. So what I meant is that Data443 seems to help Ripple obfuscate these on ledger transactions. At least that's my possibly incorrect interpretation.
  4. It seems like they are helping Ripple keep their clients on ledger transactions private. https://globenewswire.com/news-release/2019/02/25/1741557/0/en/Data443-President-Jason-Remillard-to-Present-at-InfoSec-World-2019.html
  5. I only check the price when I'm buying some more zerps. It's less stressful to HODL like this.
  6. I keep on buying more zerps every month which I divide into three stacks, each with a different exit price tied to a specific amount in fiat. Every time I add to these stacks the exit price comes down a bit. Currently my exit plan looks like this: 25% at 7.1€ - this frees me from all dept besides mortgage. 50% at 25€ - this pays off the mortgage. The remaining 25% I will plan on keeping for long time and will only cash out some if I really need money/find something else worthwhile investing in. I'm quite happy with this plan. Considering the size of my stack, I think it's the most rational way to approach the cash out issue. For me the value of actually being free from all financial liabilities is much higher than gambling that freedom on the possibility of earning even more. Besides if it really should get into crazy prices often speculated here, I still have enough to feel zero regret over selling early. I'm not looking to retire as a millionaire, rather to give myself the option to opt out from the rat race and focus on more meaningful activities and hopefully eventually earn revenue from that.
  7. https://ripple.com/insights/whats-on-the-regulatory-horizon-for-digital-assets-in-the-e-u/
  8. I'm not sure I follow. They both have corporate social responsibility programs. Is this supposed to mean they are working together? (They are not.)
  9. EY Ripples is a general social responsibility project. It has zero connection to Ripple/XRP.
  10. Found a bit more detailed look at SendFriends service offering. I hope it isn't already posted. https://globenewswire.com/news-release/2018/11/28/1658327/0/en/SendFriend-Remittance-Company-to-Launch-Fastest-and-Lowest-Fee-Option-to-Send-Money-to-the-Philippines.html
  11. Interesting look at Swift and GPI: https://www.paymentssource.com/news/swift-fortifies-its-tech-for-a-turbulent-market ... There are over 100 financial institutions who disagree with this. And taken together with the above statements are well showing how SWIFT is trying to hide their head in the sand while others are building out the new global payments infrastructure.
  12. All the necessary pieces are slowly falling into place for institutions to enter this space. https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/blockmarkets-launches-institutional-grade-cryptocurrency-data-feed-300750021.html
  13. https://www.paymentssource.com/news/western-unions-digital-transformation-sprints-to-mobile?brief=00000157-2f43-d6a6-a9f7-ffcf013e0000
  14. https://www.coindesk.com/combined-class-action-lawsuit-against-ripple-moves-to-federal-court
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