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  1. I would like to invite you to read my latest blog post in the XRP Community Blog. https://xrpcommunity.blog/el-salvador-surfing-the-iov/ I am originally from El Salvador, an economy where remittances stack up to nearly 20% of its GDP. I haven't lived there for about 6 years and every time I have to send funds back home, I wish I could do it by sending XRP. Unfortunately digital assets are still not regulated there despite the huge impact these would have in the national economy. The possibility of allowing additional income for remittance recipient families in my country and the rest of the developing world is the #1 reason why I want XRP and the Internet of Value to succeed. Thank you in advance for your time!
  2. Crypto is still at its beginning stages, but a series of companies are moving forward with standards-based architecture, using blockchain technology to build the infrastructure for a new version of the Internet, where value can move as fast as light. In this latest blog, I cover progress by a series of companies and Venture Capital Firms connected to the XRP Ecosystem: Ripple, Coil, Polysign, and Andreessen Horowitz. Included is news about a new Japanese crypto exchange that may have tens of millions of customers when they go live, the speaker list from Disrupt 2018, and Google's plans to include the new Payment Handler API in Chrome. At the end, I tie it all together and explain the master plan across all these endeavors: The creation of the IOV! I hope you enjoy the read: Please leave any feedback below. Feel free to share my blog with a friend - or on any other forum or platform - and thank you for doing so! Twitter Reddit r/Ripple Reddit r/CryptoCurrency Reddit r/CryptoMarkets Reddit r/xrp Reddit r/RippleTalk Reddit r/alternativecoin Bitcointalk - alt coin sub forum Bitcointalk - XRP speculation thread
  3. A nice positive reflection on Ripple's latest Insight "A Vision for the Internet of Value" https://ripple.com/insights/a-vision-for-the-internet-of-value/ Ripple’s IoV vision is no less than a science fiction movie April 21, 2018 by Sthuthie Murthy https://ambcrypto.com/ripple-xrp-iov-vision-is-a-science-fiction-movie/ "Beyond smartwatches and apps, micropayments and international payments are few of the functional changes that the Internet of Value might bring in the near future. A company cannot single-handedly build the Internet of Value." "Collaborations and partnerships between many entities are very necessary. Ripple is making progress towards this with more than 130 partnerships in their pocket."
  4. Great Ripple Inside article about their view on The Internet of Value. https://ripple.com/insights/the-internet-of-value-what-it-means-and-how-it-benefits-everyone/ High lights: Our vision is for value to be exchanged as quickly as information. Although information moves around the world instantly, a single payment from one country to another is slow, expensive and unreliable. In the US, a typical international payment takes 3-5 days to settle, has an error rate of at least 5% and an average cost of $42. Worldwide, there are $180 trillion worth of cross-border payments made every year, with a combined cost of more than $1.7 trillion a year. For the internet of value to become a reality, industry standards must be adopted in order to homogenize the world’s different financial systems. This is why Ripple, along with a growing community of financial institutions and payments providers, support Interledger Protocol (ILP), which standardizes how to instantly settle transactions across different ledgers and networks. ILP can be thought of much like the protocol HTTP used in web address that became the global standard for online information exchange. Making cross-border payments faster, cheaper, and reliable will bring major benefits to consumers, businesses, banks and governments, while also introducing a standard protocol for how every institution and individual connects across various networks to exchange data. Doing this will: - Connect billions of people around the world to transact - Give rise to entirely new businesses and industries - Increase financial inclusion for millions of underbanked consumers
  5. Ripple continues to build the Internet of value (IOV) and recently heralded new highways to liquidity within XRP. I discuss this progress - along with fascinating other news - in today's blog! Hope you enjoy; please leave any feedback below. Also, feel free to share my blog with anybody and on any platform - and thank you in advance for doing so! Twitter Reddit r/Ripple Reddit r/CryptoCurrency Reddit r/CryptoMarkets Reddit r/xrp Reddit r/RippleTalk Bitcointalk - alt coin sub forum Bitcointalk - XRP speculation thread
  6. https://www.rt.com/business/357735-swift-cyber-thefts-security/amp/?__twitter_impression=true It seems the biggest Ripple competitor is not doing well and will drive its customers towards other solutions and especially the Xcurrent users faster to Xrapid it seems. Thoughts?
  7. Just wanted to alert people to some really interesting tech, IOTA, which many of you already know about. I'd like to keep up with what's happening over there so I thought this could be a thread we can add related articles too. I think it's a potential rival to Ripple in some ways, in other ways not so. I find the project really fascinating with great ambitions and scope, and some amazing people on the team. NOTE: I do not own any IOTA tokens, but I would like to; currently seems a bit complicated to get some as it's still in early production. Here's the best intro bits I could find: http://www.iotatoken.com More info: https://medium.com/@DavidSonstebo/iota-97592581f985#.w5vy7hut4 Here is there last "year in review" type blog: https://medium.com/iotatangle/iota-year-in-review-year-in-preview-6de510696e02#.xcj0gajio Some quotes from various sources I found particularly interesting (bold mine): I also asked around on the Slack channel about speed / confirmation time of transactions. I was told the more people use it the faster it potentially goes, and eventually a large-scale network effect means transactions settle in "seconds". So it possibly rivals Ripple/Stellar for speed too, once it's deployed properly. For me it's further interesting because they've got Gideon Samid from BitMint onboard. My "hunch" right now is (and correct me with a cane if I'm off) that IOTA is going to be another testbed for BitMint's idea of tethered (fiat) digital money, or they're working together closely to co-produce something pretty big. So presumably there's a way to issue any token on the IOTA network (tangle), like Ripple issuances, and/or, the network can be forked and changed to accommodate central banks / mints / banks who issue or govern the issuance of fiat currencies. Very interesting if so! Would love to hear you guys' thoughts... RipDig
  8. SWOT perspective by economist Richard Silverman (in Altcoin News, at ethereumworldnews.com).
  9. I because you are querying with google translate, i may have made many wrong remarks. How much cost and how much quality and time will it take for Ripple's goal of achieving IOV? When can I predict that achievement of IOV will be around the current status? I am understanding "XRP" to do it. Please point out if it is wrong.
  10. Its getting hot in here. A you can see with RCL's name change to XRP Ledger, We are entering the final phase. Think hard people, all we are waiting for is a fi, bank, or enterprise PARTNER OR CUSTOMER in a certain area to commence a trial of XRP transfer. Once they source it (purchase XRP), supply and demand, as well as sentiment will spike the price. Rinse, repeat with another partner, price spikes again. keep doing this until price is at very high levels to be able to accommodate huge transfers. As an example, India receives 69Bn a year in remittances from its workers living abroad (retail). At current prices It would take all of the crypto to accommodate these transfers. But one day when the price of one XRP is $____, XRP will be able to handle it. This is 1 country...Has your head exploded yet? Remwmber, our purchases are tiny in comparison to what the banks, etc, will be sourcing. Remember again, our crypro has a specific use case. it was always meant for them. We just get to tag along on the ride of our lives. all my opinion, invest at your own risk. Do your own due diligence. Dont invest what you cant afford to lose. I could be wrong. BUT I COULD BE VERY, VERY, RIGHT https://ripple.com/insights/ripple-continues-to-bring-internet-of-value-to-life-new-features-increase-transaction-throughput-to-same-level-as-visa/
  11. fascinating read if you have the time... it's hefty! so, some excerpts i enjoyed or found interesting:
  12. Is there any negotiating room in the big, big room of finance to accomodate both seemingly opposite groups into a "frenemy" or coopetition model that works for both as each tries to change the way international banking is done?
  13. http://bankingjournal.aba.com/2016/10/building-an-internet-of-value/ "“Right now, we live in a ‘pre-shipping container’ global financial system,” explains Chris Larsen, CEO of Ripple, a global financial settlement solutions company. “We have a series of silo networks that don’t talk to each other. Correspondent banking tries to create interoperability, but it’s a clunky and antiquated system that doesn’t solve the problems we have today.” If global payments go the way of the shipping industry, it would follow that some innovation would come along that could standardize and modernize the payments process. And if you’ve opened any financial newspaper recently, you’re likely to find people asking that very question about blockchain technology."
  14. http://go.pardot.com/webmail/105572/59474152/85ab51ce7e57615bf26408615aa4da08a1bd5644d0332ad59de6af0c65afaa83 August 2016 The Case for XRP We believe that banks need an independent digital asset to enable truly efficient cross-currency settlement. With proven governance and the fastest transaction confirmation of its kind, XRP is best positioned for that role. This month, we're sharing good news about Ripple and XRP gaining traction in the industry, and we invite you to learn more in an upcoming webinar, hosted by the Digital Currency Group. WEBINAR Join Us Next Week to Discuss the Future of Payments RSVP today to join our upcoming webinar, "An Intro to Ripple and XRP," onWednesday, September 7, at 1:00 PM EST. Hosted by the Digital Currency Group, the webinar will discuss the problem with today's payments infrastructure, XRP's role in the Ripple solution, and how Ripple and XRP will be used in the future. RSVP Today
  15. "Part of making money work the way that the Internet works is overcoming the arcane, siloed systems of currencies and bank transfers that exist today, and making it work the same way that we send and receive email or browse the Web... No one needs yet another closed transaction network. A critical element of Circle’s “money without borders” open value proposition is blockchain technology." Go on... https://blog.circle.com/2016/04/05/circle-and-british-pound-sterling-social-payment-app-updates-limitless-spends-and-withdrawals/
  16. After listening to regulators talk at the Brookings Institute meeting, it seems (to me) that the US is going to fall behind when it comes the IoV. Apart from the antiquated money transmitter licenses, regulators there seem to want permissioned validators, which defeats the purpose of an open distributed ledger. Fintech companies are already moving out of the country. The NY Bitlicense scheme alone saw a massive exodus of talent. I can't even begin to unravel all the various US regulation agencies involved in every decision made. In australia and Europe we are seeing a much more friendly environment for connecting payment systems and distributed ledgers. Although I totally understand after the 2008 crisis, everyone is much more cautious. It just seems ironic that technologies like Ripple and Hyperledger, which come out of silicon valley, might not be used in their country of origin for years. I can just imagine a European bank advertising its accounts.. "Guaranteed 20 minute transfers worldwide! Flat €3 fee*" *all countries except to/from US (3-5 days, €15 fee)
  17. Interesting results, people seem to think it will only take 5 years or less to make IoV a reality...
  18. There’s been a lot of uncertainty and worry around here in the past couple weeks - perhaps for good reason - but also optimism and excitement. On my commute home tonight, I was thinking that we could all use a bit of perspective and look at the big picture right now. What are Ripple, Ethereum, Bitcoin, and all of the other cryptocurrency projects and fintech really shooting for? We hear about the Internet of Value, which is (someday soon) supposed to help power the Internet of Things, change the way the world does business and bring a few billion people into formal economies. No big deal, eh? So what is (or will be) the IoV? That’s to be seen. But I do believe that, whatever current technologies actually become a part of this global instant value network, the IoV will change everyday life quickly and fundamentally for just about everyone in such a way that, just like the Internet today, its changes will become so commonplace that we will begin to forget it was ever any different. In other words, it’s going to be very big and not very simple. But let’s try to shortly and simply answer that question. I think it might be useful to use the Internet as a model. The Internet is the protocols, standards, hardware, software and physical network. It's also the companies and organizations that play a big role in providing the services and products that make it possible, like Google and ICANN and AT&T. These are all necessary and incredibly important. But for most people, the Internet is much more quotidian and personal: Ask someone what the Internet is and they might say that it's how you get work done, talk to friends, send your wife flowers, find a date, or look at pictures of your grandkids. So right now, as we're all simultaneously confused, excited and concerned for our speculations, let’s look at the Internet model. In 20 years, what will the IoV (if it's even thought of as a separate entity) be? It'll be the underlying tech and standards. It'll be the regulatory organizations and money changers. That will all be very important. But it'll also just be how you purchase groceries, send your kids money for college, get paid, donate to charity and buy stocks for your retirement account. Thoughts? What do you see on the horizon?
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