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The crypto world, and technology that undermines it is fascinating in so many different ways. It has the potential to revolutionize the way in which individuals exchange value, assets, commodities, intellectual rights, and many other forms of ownership, In a way thats never been possible before. But in the present day, this is bound to a certain extent by the institutions that help govern our society... Banks for example, provide a means for the safe storage of money. They have also facilitated the creation of a systen where money can be exchanged and loaned freely between individuals and companies around the globe - inclusive of a handling fees of course. As such, they ultimately control the flow and distribution of wealth. This has aguably served humanity well, as the onerous and competence of such a system had traditionally rested on the shoulders of those who understand and manage its workings. But therein lies the issue.... how do you trust an entity that you've never met, and that you ultimately have no control over? It's safe to say that the vast majority of society is frustrated, disillusioned, and angry with the means in which such a crucial task is executed....because it's open to abuse, and the subjective whims of those who control and dictate the mechanisms under which we live. Although i see the virtue in which XRP can function within such a system, (which is why i personally have invested a sizable portion of my personal savings into xrp) i still hold a cautionary stance, that banks may be reaching the end of their practicality within an evolving and educated world. If this is indeed the case, and we see a demographic shift away from traditional methods of finance...then what are the prospects for the continued adoption of XRP?