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  1. Hello all, been on here a while but finally made an account and first post Just saw this: https://www.coindesk.com/binance-reveals-plan-to-launch-crypto-exchanges-on-almost-every-continent/ Very interesting considering this is a month after the meeting between Binance and Ripple in August. Could this be Binance providing new global XRP corridors. Thoughts?
  2. Biker

    Liquidity and Custody

    I've been wondering about this question regarding big players, institutions and such.. Can custody solutions somehow be integrated with markets? What I mean is, when it is not secure to keep huge stacks of xrp on the exchanges, what happens to liquidity? Can somebody have their assets safe at the same time as having them on the market? (Thinking about xRapid here). Sure my zerps can't be both on the nano s and exchange x simultaneously, but how about custody and other large scale stuff?
  3. XRP is the undisputed best choice for ????-???? ?????????. In today's blog, I discuss the reasons behind Ripple targeting the non-banking market, as well as what it means for their long term strategy. Then, I connect the dots for you and show one possible outcome in a ???????? ???????? stretching to 2021. The blog covers exactly what Xpring and Coil mean for XRP owners, and what to expect in terms of additional liquidity and when we *might* see utility-driven demand take over the network. Let me know what you think: Please leave any feedback below. Feel free to share my blog with a friend - or on any other 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
  4. In today's blog, the retrospective of XRP and Ripple finishes with a closer look at our prior year, 2017. We've come a long way, and 2017 demonstrates that in spades. This blog will cover key code updates for XRP, the controv ersial topic of anonymous payments, community promotions, and XRP's own version of the "Bitcoin Pizza Guy," which is known more as the "XRP Jacket Guy." (He knows who he is!) And for those of you that are new, I wax nostalgic about the old RippleTrade wallet - something only fellow XRP veterans will appreciate. No retelling of 2017 for Ripple and XRP would be complete without discussing SWELL and the Central Bank Summit on Blockchain hosted by Ripple. I hope you enjoy the read - please leave any feedback below! Feel free to share my blog with a friend or on any other platform - and thank you 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
  5. It is known that switching between xCurrent and xRapid is very easy. FIs are also interested in using xRapid instead of using xCurrent, but AFAIK the only problem (or the biggest problem) is the insufficient liquidity of XRP. My question is why don't they (FIs) think in small at first? I mean why don't they start using xRapid let's say at every 10000th transaction and in the other 9999 transactions can be run using xCurrent. This process might help to increase liquidity and frequency of using xRapid transaction could be increased while xRapid was fully adopted. What's wrong with this approach? I think if this process solved liquidity problem FIs would have already used this.
  6. So, I have been reading up on a few Alt-coins and one in particular sparked my interest: Dent wireless. Basically, without getting into the weeds, it allows for the sale and purchase of cellular data worldwide. Apparently they have also cut deals with some major telecoms. I have not used their app personally but some people online claim it works. That being said, the more I thought about it, the more I realized that the platform, if it ever gained steam, could be a potentially powerful pathway for small remittances, possibly better even than Ripple (at least in theory). The benefit of a crypto tied to a commodity (cell data) that so many people have, need, and use, is that the system has built in liquidity. Not only that, but it is distributed liquidity, which means no need for large scale market makers. Here is an example: I live in Hong Kong and want to send money to my cousin in Manila. I can simply sell extra data from my phone in exchange for dent, or simply buy data at any bodega, upload it, and trade for Dent. I can then send the dent to my cousin instantly. He can then trade the dent for local data and in turn resell that, to a shop owner for example. While this scenario requires at least a number of people using the app in each country, the barriers to entry are extremely low, much lower than being a market-maker in XRP or BTC. I say this because any bodega or shop owner can act as a market maker if they can sell data. Because the app allows instant transfer, almost anyone in the country could act as a market maker if they wish to. I may be missing something in the details here so please feel free to weigh in.
  7. Sc2000

    XRP liquidity/price question

    Hi all, I'm a ripple holder looking for some clearer insight...but the more I research the more i wonder about the decline of the future xrp price. I'm newish to crypto but have traded most asset classes over time. My primary concern is this ...and I'm hoping that I'll get a flood of "no your logic is wrong" or "it doesnt work like that" ...anyway we shall see... but my thinking is .... assuming the huge liquidity that the current circulating supply offers..and also assuming the transaction speed of ripple...surely there will always be ample xrp in the pot to facilitate the fiatA-xrp-fiatB process. So why would the xrp token be in demand if there is always enough in the pot that no one needs to hold xrp themselves. Ps I hope my logic is wrong and xrp price sees huge growth. Please help me understand if my above point is a factor or if I'm way off. Thanks in advance.
  8. I heard mentioned here that xcurrent liquidity will help xrapid liquidity. I dont see how that could work. Can someone explain? For example, the liquidity needed for xcurrent is in the following currency pair markets: "[BANK_A_USD_IOU]<->[BANK_B_USD_IOU]", "[BANK_A_EUR_IOU]<->[BANK_B_EUR_IOU]" Similarly, the liquidity needed for xrapid is in the following currency pair markets: "[BANK_A_USD_IOU]<->[XRP]", "[BANK_B_USD_IOU]<->[XRP]", "[BANK_A_EUR_IOU]<->[XRP]", "[BANK_B_EUR_IOU]<->[XRP]" So the liquidity that xcurrent and xraid uses are in completely different (currency pair) markets. One leg of the currency pair markets are the same in both xrapid and xcurrent (say BANK_A_USD_IOU), but I dont see how that makes a difference
  9. The momentum behind XRP and Ripple has quickly built into the size of a freight train. I make a good-faith attempt to cover all the news items of the last seven days, including The AMA (Ask Me Anything) session that David Schwartz held on Reddit. The other news items are extensive as well, including updates to xRapid customers, general Ripple technology adoption, and community updates. In addition, throw in two interviews with Ripple executives and you have a very busy week indeed. Hope you enjoy the read - please leave any feedback below. Also, feel free to share my blog with a friend or family member, or share it 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 Bitcointalk - alt coin sub forum Bitcointalk - XRP speculation thread
  10. Exactly 1mil volume each 30 minutes. Could this be someone sourcing liquidity using xRapid?
  11. Speculation is welcome? Anybidea who the Xrapid liquidity partners will be. Say if the transaction is run on the public Blockchain I would think the current exchanges will be signed or plugged into ripplenet thru Xrapid. If I remember correctly Ripple said that the transaction on Xrapid can also be on the public markets. Will we ever know who the partners are. Or we will see the volume increase on exchanges and the transaction volume increase on the ripple net to speculate. Although I might be shooting the stars here or thinking out loud.
  12. Every once in a while, it's good for crypto investors to take stock of their investments and where they're at in terms of liquidity and adoption. Today is that day, and I'm taking a look at the same numbers that we discussed just three months ago. Headlines: Liquidity is massive. The number of wallets doubled. To find out more, you'll have to read for yourself! Hope you enjoy the read & please let me know what you think; feel free to share my blog with others or on any other media or platform, and thank you for doing so! Blog announcements on other media: 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
  13. It goes something like "we focus on getting one corridor, then we hang the other corridors off each end" or something like that. Some background: This article: https://seekingalpha.com/article/4137721-ripple-tokens-worthless?v=1516118003&comments=show appeared up on Seeking Alpha this morning ( a very popular resource for financial news). Having engaged with the author, it appears he was not trying to spread FUD but merely misinformed. I'm trying to explain how Ripple is trying to build XRP liquidity such that FX risk is not an issue for market makers but I don't want to misstate anything. Thanks for your help.
  14. patrolmi

    A note about XRP

    Now is a good time to remember XRP is a long term (high risk) investment, and the price a month, 2 weeks ago, yesterday and today are all reflecting substantially the same "investment." The biggest difference is the liquidity of XRP. If there is one thing that is going to make Ripple's plans for XRP come true, it's the liquidity. The nice thing is it makes it simple for anyone with even limited knowledge to follow closely but just going to the Ripple site, and looking at XRP markets. Ripple puts this right on their main website page. So right now, XRP is looking better then ever, it's been massively improved. Not only that, it has given Ripple a giant warchest to grease the wheels -- making it even more likely that they can pull this off. It's not going to matter what any one country decides to do over the short term. Trying to guess at any of these micro events will drive anyone crazy-- because there just isn't any way to "figure it out." Same with day trading. If anyone wants to do themselves a favor-- instead of poking at the exchanges and looking for a price, go look around at liquidity including volume, different pairings, exchange listings etc... When there is positive movement in these areas, a better price will come no matter what these short term blips look like. One great advantage of these swings is it gives people who have missed the boat so far the opportunity to into the party. I hope this helps people calm a bit. '
  15. Something I'm still not understanding is the need for XRP to be high in price before being used by banks. Why is it cheaper for banks to use XRP for cross-border remittances when the price of each XRP is $100 vs $3? I know it has something to do with liquidity, but I'm not understanding it. Also, what do you think the approximate Minimum Price of XRP should be for, let's say, 50% or more of banks using the Ripple platform to WANT to use XRP for remittances? Lastly, how Stable does XRP have to be for, let's say, 50% or more of banks using the Ripple platform to WANT to use XRP for remittances? I assume the price of XRP shouldn't fluctuate more than +/- 3% per day for banks to feel comfortable substituting XRP for their current nostro/vostro accounts. Please enlighten me. Thanks!
  16. XRP is on the move. What is the result of our latest liquidity increases, and what's in store with Ripple's latest hire in the communications position? I cover it all, and indicate the trajectory of our rocket ship as we clear the atmosphere. And of course, I haven't forgotten about the "two household names" hinted at last week. Please feel free to leave any feedback below. Also, feel free to share or link to my blog on any other media (e.g., FB ) My blog announcements on other media: 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
  17. https://www.sbivc.co.jp/adv/ In Japanese, translation here: In SBI virtual currency, we aim to offer services that maximize the possibilities of virtual currency to everyone with the motto "Stress-free virtual currency transaction" and "Virtual currency transactions smarter". SBI Virtual Currency is accepting advance reservations for opening accounts when starting services. For customers who have pre-ordered, we will inform you of the start of service to the registered e-mail address. ※ For procedures to open an account, please be reminded that the customer will take another procedure from the customer after starting the service. ※ Early reservation will be closed at 11:30 (Thurs) 15 o'clock. It looks as though they are going to stop advanced registration on the 30th, going live then maybe?
  18. If a pair like USD/CHF is currently considered illiquid, and no bank/Hedge fund/HFT Firm/etc has been successful in making it liquid, then what makes people think that Ripple can somehow make XRP/CHF liquid (or for that matter, any other currently illiquid pair)? Said another way, if it were possible to create sustainable liquidity while maintaining profitability, wouldnt it already have been done by banks/hedgefunds/HFT/quant firms?
  19. The latest blog entry has me explaining XRP's cost savings use case, and the reasons why banks and other institutions are adopting XRP. I discuss liquidity, regulation, and even XRP's competitors. Hope you enjoy the read! Please leave any feedback below. As always, please feel free to share my blog on any other platform or media, and thank you for doing so! My blog announcements on other media: Twitter Reddit r/Ripple Reddit r/xrp Reddit r/CryptoCurrency Reddit r/CryptoMarkets Reddit r/RippleTalk Bitcointalk - alt coin sub forum Bitcointalk - XRP speculation thread
  20. This is a question for the Ripple team. Most likely, @miguel. However, maybe @JoelKatz could provide some information as well. One of the huge takeaways from SWELL is that XRP liquidity needs to be grown before we can start to (hopefully) see widespread usage of XRP by financial institutions/payment processors. The goal of this post is to understand just how much liquidity is needed before FIs can start using XRP on a consistent basis. Let's use the US Dollar and the Peso as an example (USD/MXN). Also assume we are talking about remittance. There are two components to this remittance transaction that uses XRP as the bridge: 1. USD/XRP 2. XRP/MXN Additionally, please keep in mind that their needs to be enough liquidity to be able to handle peak transaction times (for example, Friday afternoon after lots of people receive a paycheck). As a result, deep XRP liquidity is needed on both ends (USD/XRP as well as XRP/MXN) in order to process all these transactions. So the question is, just how deep are we talking about? Let's use USD/XRP to keep things simple. Two questions: 1. If the USD/XRP pair is trading $.20, then just how much liquidity is needed on the offer (let's just assume "best offer" for now)? If it's a $1000 transaction, then we are looking at 5,000 XRP at the best offer for that single transaction. However, if transactions are coming in every 10 seconds, then this number needs to be greater. So how much XRP is really needed? 200,000? 500,000? 1,000,000? 2. How deep does the liquidity need to be? Using the example above, what if the "best offer" is only 50,000 but there's consistently 500,000 total XRP offered across an entire penny (so .20 to .21)? If this is the case, would this be sufficient? So to sum it up: (1) What is the ideal amount of XRP that needs to be offered for the USD/XRP pair and (2) across what price range? I know there isn't a specific answer and their a lot more variables I didnt address, Im just looking for a ballpark understanding of what Ripple as well as financial institutions would consider "liquid." Thanks for everyone's time.
  21. The more XRP liquidity there is, the larger transactions that banks can process using XRP as a bridge currency without suffering from slippage (i.e., the banks save more money). There's been a lot of talk about BTC ETFs, and even ETH, but how would an XRP ETF affect XRP liquidity? An XRP ETF would obviously bring more participants in. Would it cause tighter spreads on all XRP exchanges as market participants could arbitrage between the XRP ETF and the other XRP exchanges, thus narrowing spreads? Im assuming the XRP arbitragers would also create markets on other XRP exchanges as well (e.g., BitStamp, Kraken). Or, would it it have an adverse affect, as the fund managing the XRP ETF would need to consistently go into the XRP exchanges and purchase XRP, thus taking away liquidity on the offer (in theory)? Note: This is a question about XRP liquidity, not how an XRP ETF would affect price (although the two are related).
  22. I just think the comment by @JoelKatz is very interesting, specially the first paragraph—considering the recent change of XRP/USD price.
  23. https://xrphodor.wordpress.com/2017/07/20/i-want-to-buy-beer-with-my-xrp/ I think we need more end-user applications for XRP! I don't think Ripple should change course at all - they've got to continue along with their current laser focus on banks; but I think XRP investors can fund some exciting new applications - either with new ICOs, or with other funding sources! Let me know if you agree / disagree with my points, and please - by all means - feel free to share or link to my blog! Thanks in advance for any feedback or sharing! Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/Ripple/comments/6ogzy3/i_want_to_buy_beer_with_my_xrp/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Hodor7777/status/888059869701562368
  24. You may have seen this already, however, I completely missed it... In the "Nine things you need to know about XRP" article Ripple has stated in item #9 that XRP is easy to buy. https://ripple.com/insights/nine-things-need-know-xrp/ There is a link to the Ripple web site embedded in item #9 https://ripple.com/xrp/buy-xrp/https://ripple.com/xrp/buy-xrp/ I went to that site and I was pleasantly surprised to find that Ripple has identified 13 XRP exchanges. The two I had not seen before was SBI Virtual Currencies (coming soon) http://www.sbivc.co.jp/ AND Satoshi Citadel (coming soon) http://sci.ph/about.html *** This means that 2 new exchanges in Japan and the Philippines will be coming on-line soon which should really help with liquidity (11 exchanges are already in production). What is super exciting about this is that the SBI Virtual Currencies exchange I expect will directly support the SBI group group of Japanese banks that are implementing the Ripple solution. In my mind this confirms that the SBI group is implementing the XRP ledger and XRP digital asset. I was originally a bit concerned that the SBI group might be implementing the ILP and not using the XRP ledger/XRP coin.