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  1. Lumpy

    XRP and the Winds of Change

    Yes, but the past and its facts must bring us to the following conclusion: there is no correlation between the performance of the company (taking the number of new clients - new soft license-based revenue) and the price of XRP. The XRP market behaves differently than its mirror in real life applications (where the company evolves). And even if there was a tiny correlation, then correlation does not mean causation. Btw, that can be a really good article: "Business Perf vs. Stock Perf: lessons learnt from the past and the XRP analogy" I take the olive branch with pleasure ^^
  2. Lumpy

    XRP and the Winds of Change

    Wrong. 180' wrong in my view. Ripple, as the largest holder of XRP, has centered its long-term business strategies - and that of its subsidiary SBI Ripple Asia - around XRP adoption. While the adoption of xRapid by banks is at its very beginning stages, Ripple is quickly gaining traction with the remittance processors, who are actively trialling xRapid. SBI Virtual Currencies is specifically gearing its operations to support xRapid. Or were you just saying how the price may not reflect this progress? "It’s also important to note that despite Ripple having its best quarter ever in Q2 — in terms of customers signed — XRP’s price continued to decline with those of other digital assets, underscoring XRP’s independence from Ripple." https://ripple.com/insights/q2-2018-xrp-markets-report/
  3. Although Starling does business account, I am not sure you can have a EUR account. I think it's only GBP. Let me check.
  4. Fidor is really good and crypto friendly. However, it does not have a business account solution in the UK, only a personal banking offer.
  5. nop, unfortunately you cannot with Revolut for a Business Bank Account involved in the crypto business... What industries are not supported? Revolut is currently unable to offer services to the following business types: Adult entertainment, including escort services, and the sale/advertising of sexual services Armaments, nuclear, weapons or defence manufacturers Art dealers and auction houses Cryptocurrency firms FX speculators Gambling firms Political organisations Precious metals and stones firms Promotion of illicit content Religious organisations Sale of used cars/other motor vehicles Video game arcades
  6. I contacted them this morning actually. I will see whether it works.
  7. Although the UK government claims to have the will to bring its country as one of the most attractive countries for blockchain and crypto based projects, truth is that the banking ecosystem is not ready yet. You can fu** o** if you want to open an online business bank account to support your crypto based business. Simple as that. Maybe the XRP community has the solution or a name to advise? 🔪🏦
  8. Lumpy

    Codius HOST UP and Running

    I would invest
  9. https://blog.revolut.com/buy-xrp-bch-instantly-with-revolut-crypto/
  10. Hello to the community, I run an arbitrage trading company entirely crypto-based. The solution is live and runs 24/7. I have been exploring ways to scale up the business for the last few months. One way is to explore any synergy we might have with competitors. The market (arbitrage) is really fragmented and I am sure a way to succeed in this agressive ecosystem is to consider potential partnerships/mergers/etc. We are ambitious. Our business is entirely incorporated and legal and as a result we are looking only for serious things here. Well, if interested, PM or message here. Peace guys
  11. We will reach more equilibrium in price when XRP will serve its natural purpose/mission (as a bridge digital asset for FIs) rather than its current speculative instrument.
  12. Lumpy

    Personal Validator / Server

    PM me if you want
  13. Lumpy

    Legal advice to sue Poloniex

    Corporate or private client?