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  1. r0bertz

    Climbing in Bed with the Clintons

    For those who thinks QAnon is a LARP or conspiracy theory, I dare you to read through all Q's post https://qanon.pub/ and Praying Medic's decoding https://threadreaderapp.com/user/prayingmedic And let me know if your mind has changed or not.
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    Climbing in Bed with the Clintons

    I read. I read a lot. I formed my opinions through reading. If you don't understand why people HATE Bill Clinton and the Clinton family, you are probably reading enough. I can understand why people think inviting Bill is a good decision. It seems a lot of people don't and won't try to understand why people think otherwise. Sad.
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    Climbing in Bed with the Clintons

    Let's just hope the **** doesn't hit the fan before swell. I feel much relieved that most of you don't give a **** or even think this is a genius idea. That means my XRP is safe, for now. And make no mistake, I am still optimistic about XRP's future, even with this "setback", if you will.
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    President Bill Clinton Keynotes Swell 2018

    I am pretty sure most of you haven't heard of Qanon. Google it. You may not believe it. But anyone who has followed all along has little doubt. If Qanon is real, you will understand what a disaster it is to get involve with the Clinton's in any degree.
  5. When the banks that they deal with are all on ripple.
  6. I think Alipay want xCurrent but they don't want to pay for it. So they developed their own version. I don't even worry about the interoperability. (But it's in their best interest that they make it interoperable with xCurrent). As long as there is a connector role in their system, XRP can benefit eventually. Because they will soon realize an XRP market maker may be a better connector than a bank or the bank may eventually operate an XRP market maker.
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    My Theory On Ripple and AliPay

    My take is XRP is currently not used. But it can be used in the future when Alipay realizes it's more cost-efficient to use XRP, at which point, it will ditch SC and replace it with an XRP market maker.
  8. Someone has posted this link in other thread already. But it's not getting the attention that it deserves. So I am posting it again. It's very obvious to me that this is an ILP-like system. https://www.cnbc.com/2018/06/26/cnbc-transcript-douglas-feagin-president-of-international-business.html This sounds like the two phase execution in ILP
  9. https://www.cnbc.com/2018/06/26/cnbc-transcript-douglas-feagin-president-of-international-business.html https://www.sc.com/en/media/press-release/we-have-been-appointed-by-ant-financial-as-core-partner-bank-for-its-new-blockchain-cross-border-remittance-service/ It's now clear to me that this so-called blockchain is something like ILP. And SC in this blockchain works like a connector in ILP. That's it, folks.
  10. People, just relax. AFAICT, Alipay's blockchain doesn't have a native currency. This means they can't just replicate this in every corridor. They would need a SC in every corridor for that to happen. This is where XRP excels. It is a bridge assert for any corridor.
  11. A private chain doesn't need consensus. So even milliseconds is possible. But again, a private chain is not much better than a normal database.
  12. They do say that the bank is providing liquidity. So it's definitely not something like xRapid. So XRP should have no role here. However, the blockchain, whatever they mean by it in this case, probably doesn't play any significant role. At best, it does book keeping. IMO, the blockchain in this case involves xCurrent AND/OR some private chain developed by Alipay. And if it's the latter only, it is no better than a normal centralized database.
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    Robinhood adding crypto

    https://crypto.robinhood.com/ Add yourself to waitlist after opening an account.
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