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I have a prediction for the rest of the world's population who are not yet familiar with, or involved in, blockchain technology. This is only my opinion and it's mainly based on my analogy of how banks are issuing new debit cards with RFID chips put onto them in comparison to the further growing use of blockchain (Ripple) technology in the banking sector. I remember a time not long ago when I never had to push my debit card into a card reader slot for it to scan a chip for an additional layer of protection. The moment I got my new card in the mail It had felt like it just happened over night, but in reality the national level of ownership of these debit RFID card grew exponentially within a year. Yes, I do understand that not all businesses utilize the chip's technology when a customer purchases something from their shop, but the facts are still there. We (most of us) have an RFID chip card in our pockets these days which was issued by a bank or a credit card service company,. excluding military issued Identification cards. Global population adoption and acceptance of blockchain technology is inevitable in my opinion and I believe Banks will be the ones to introduce a better way, a faster way and a safer way to pay for goods and services on a global scale using blockchain technology. Everybody sometimes uses the chip readers in a physical store and in others you don't. When online shopping, sometimes you make purchases within your country and sometimes you don't. Please let's keep the hate to a minimum. This is just my opinion and if you object that's perfectly fine because everyone has a right to discord, but if you see what I see let us all know. Either way you can look at this works for discussion. How do you envision the majority of the world's population being included into some kind of blockchain?
Hi What is the best crypto (visa) debit card out there in terms of best value for money with fees, etc, ? I am looking at the Bitstamp debit card and it does look pricey wit their fees. I want to exchange my ripple for USD fiat. Deciding on whether to get a debit card or just use international transfer. Support from Bitstamp, Kraken, Gatehub are all poor and your lucky to hear back anytime soon. So I cannot wait all week or weeks for answers. How long does a international transfer usually take? Can't find this info on Bitstamp or Kraken. And if I got their debit card, I assume I would be able to transfer USD from their card to my existing bank card or bank account. After all, this is the reason why I would get their card in the first place. Thanks
Could the ripple system support an account which automatically converted any currency into xrp and paid out as any currency? The idea would be a universal checking account. You get a direct deposit from work, it becomes ripple. Travel anywhere and it becomes their currency at the till. Is this the service that every bank on the ripple network will eventually provide to their customers or is this another step altogether? In other words instead of creating a new universal currency and hoping everyone adopts it, can ripple make every currency universal?
Does anyone know why XRP isn't linked with Shakepay yet? It is linked with BTC, ETH, and DASH. https://shakepay.co/#/ Is there any news on this front? Is there any visa debit card for XRP? A quick google search gave me these for bitcoin. https://www.weusecoins.com/bitcoin-debit-cards/ Is this something that's waiting on the Bitgo wallet?