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  1. Sounds great, but I doubt it. The Federal Reserve wouldn’t want to rely on a small company like Ripple. I think it’s far more likely that they would copy Ripple’s concept and do it themselves.
  2. Hello, I'm new on this forum but holding XRP for a while. Now, i'm wondering who the main competitors of Ripple are. I'm thinking about Visa, Mastercard creating their own blockchain (or copy Ripple's technologie). Any thoughts?
  3. Amazon wasnt even compared to wallmart or the big retailers until much later in its life. It was initially laughed at because barnes and noble or borders bookstores were just going to ramp up their own internet sites and that would be the death of tiny amazon. Sounds pretty similar, swift or some bank are just going to copy Ripple and XRP and that will be the death of us. I think too many people under estimate what Ripple has already accomplished and cant see how difficult it will be for banks or swift to hire and steal away some of the smartest and brightest minds in crypto and make up for 5-6 years of lost time. I just dont see that happening
  4. Meh. If they copy ripple than ripple can copy them right back. In the future I can see a ICO been ran on multiple networks. Or the various networks start attracting different kinds of ICOs. Ripple might be the go to destination for serious KYC compliant offers and Stellar more the fly by night variety
  5. Just like with Bitcoin, the value proposition of XRP lies only partly in the (copy-able) technology. The main value is in the network that is using the technology. You can copy ripple's open source software in just five minutes, convincing banks and businesses worldwide to use it, is another cookie. I don't see the Chinese pull that off, or even try that.
  6. Will SWIFT be able to copy Ripple? Unlikely. Will pressure from SWIFT member banks grow to adopt Ripple? Likely. Will SWIFT key stakeholders controlling the remittances allow that? Unlikely. Will SWIFT nevertheless adopt Ripple protocols? Likely, yet it might take a while until the pressure becomes unbearable for them.
  7. You are not late, the only code developed so far has been done by Ripple Inc. a lot of which I think can be repurposed, not just for a KarmaCoverage but several other use cases as well. No there doesn't, this is emergent behavior from the crowd/users. The users are where "the buck stops", and their voting on a Coverage Request is the final decision. There should be a conversation around the Coverage Request, with the conversation providing the "social proof" and acting as the smart contract's Oracle. No smart contract needed, can run RCL in stand alone mode. I would copy Ripple Inc's play book in regards to decentralization strategy and keep it pretty centralized in the beginning, but then bring in all the insurance companies as validators as well as other types of partners when the time is right. I tend view a transition from central code to Smart Contract code as another type of decentralization that can be achieved. I will be watching Codius. The "smart contract" really only needs to monitor the user behavior, and act accordingly.... Receive new Coverage Requests > send notifications to people eligible to review the Coverage Request (determined by trustline network) > check the result of voting > send/sign Payments accordingly. As a business you have to get an MSB license, and bank accounts and all that of course. I actually think getting an MSB to operate under is pretty easy. Maybe we should have a sub section like Regulation under Technical, for topics that are a little more substantial (no speculation talk) and topics that need to be gotten into a little deeper? like Lending on RCL, which could include a lot more than what is in that thread, you have demurrage, trustlines, and now Escrow/PayChans, soon DepositAuth & Checks. Honestly I need to rethink a lot of the Lending ideas in light of the new amendments. There could be a specific thread for discussion about each amendment also? i remember when the Freeze Flag came out, everyone half flipped out, but it was obviously necessary for real world banking use.... and now with ILP, it wont be used at all.
  8. Correct me if I'm wrong, but can't banks copy Ripple pretty easily? It's open sourced, right? Disclaimer: I know absolutely nothing about code.
  9. "....The harrowing part of this story...." Wow, one "friend" in one bank makes a claim for the rest of the world's banks......yep, that's some scary stuff you've got there mister. Especially considering that xlm is Stellar's attempt to copy Ripple's xrp and wouldn't appear significantly different enough to allay a banks reservations once the xrp lock-up is in place. Tell me about Stellar's network of 100 banks or suite of thoroughly tested software? Better yet, tell me about their well respected and dedicated team of employees.
  10. Exactly, I hear this scenario thrown out a lot, the potential for China to copy Ripple/XRP. I don't think the people who say this fully understand just how Ripple and XRP work. You can't just create a coin for international transfers..... The problem for China would be that they would still need to build out liquidity for their own "coin" and have it traded internationally on many exchanges near the receiving bank. If they isolate themselves it wont matter how great their coin is, if it isn't liquid and being traded then it fails at being able to provide instant settlement. You must have someone on the "other end" willing to buy the coin in the local currency associated with the receiving bank. Also like you mentioned you'd still need to convince banks and business worldwide to use it.
  11. Not necessarily true. They are a coop, not a company. Big difference. They do NOT have the money to copy Ripple. They can compete in many ways but cannot waste money on a new digital asset for settlements which is xrp's expertise.
  12. That is what SWIFT is supposed to be. I don't actually think that SWIFT will copy Ripple, but for other reasons than what's been mentioned here.
  13. Outside perception: - most of crypto world is gamblers, and xrp price has been quite boring, so I dont think they anymore think of ripple in terms of bad name, just as boring currency where you cant win as it dont move - when you look at other dev teams, some are trying to copy Ripple's function (think waves) so I would say when it comes to tech people are actually still quite interested even though its from 2012 What Ripple could do: - think of how to buyout Jed, whether by itself or to pitch it to some funds, they can be qutie sure that when this threat is eliminated and if its good name funds that price will sky rocket so they cant lose, and its very big package that they get at once. IMO, short term that would give biggest boost, but not sure if its possible. - If Ripple plans to really use RCL for many of its possible usages, then it should continue doing what it does - expanding pool of banks. When it starts getting used price will go up for sure as it is already many banks involved so volumes could be significant - think of ways how to get involved target audience listed bellow Target audience of Ripple: - customers of official brokerages that deal with stocks. Each bigger brokerage has more clients then crypto users so its very large pool (think if its offered through banks too), its much much larger pool then cryptocurrencies will ever get. Also, those people mostly dont know anything about crypto currencies and Ripple's reputation from crypto world wont mean anything there. Especially Chinese and Japanese people should be targeted. China is well known for gambling attitude toward investment and if Chinese would have Buy XRP button on same account (brokerage) as stocks, given constant devaluation of yuan and extremely large purchasing power due to population size, it would give big big big BANG to XRP if Chinese brokerages would start offering XRP through their web sites. When it comes to Japan, I think we have seen how fast they made Ripple consortium, its just that....Its easy when you are big in Japan, and Japan is always ready for new technology. - wall street funds, I think if Goldman Sachs said they bought 1 bn XRP price would skyrocket (even better if they become market makers too, giving Ripple very good name) - banks, same reason as above, would show real confidence into XRP
  14. Hyperledger wouldn't be hyperledger then. Hyperledger would have to copy Ripple's RCL and call themselves HyperRipple. Tech is different. Doesn't work that way. Even if they did that now (which is ridiculous by the way); in terms of bank/central bank relations and legwork in legalities, they are years behind. Ripple is the first mover with no serious competitor at the moment.
  15. Download all of the files from https://github.com/ripplerm/ripple-wallet and then open the index.html file in a web browser. For better security, disconnect from the internet before opening it. Or better still, copy ripplerm's files to another computer that never gets connected to the internet. There's a "Generate Account" tool under the "Tools" tab — click the "Random" button and it will tell you the details for your new account (seed, private key, public key and address). Never let anyone find out the seed or the private key, and keep the seed in at least two safe places. The address is where you send XRPs if you want to keep them in cold storage. If someone else wants to pay you in XRPs, then you can tell them the address (they can't use it to steal your XRP's but keep in mind that anyone who knows your address can find out how many XRP's you've got there). Spending XRPs from your cold storage address is slightly more complicated. You have to:— enter your address (not your secret or private key!) into an internet-connected instance of your wallet (in place of the default address in that wallet) construct an unsigned transaction in the internet-connected wallet open your offline wallet and switch it to your account by entering your secret via the "Change" button transfer the unsigned transaction to your offline ("cold") wallet sign it transfer the signed transaction back to your internet-connected wallet (e.g. on a USB stick if you have separate online and offline computers) send it! Steps 1, 2, 6 and 7 are exposed to the internet, while steps 3, 4 and 5 are offline if you're doing it right! Hence, you use your secret only in steps 3, 4 and 5. All of this will take some practice — you may find it helpful to send very small amounts between two addresses with private keys held by you. Also, there's a similar tool at https://github.com/jatchili/minimalist-ripple-client that I've not looked at so closely.
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