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Twarden posted a topic in General DiscussionThe long and short of this guidelines update during a one year transitional period for Money Services Businesses began June 17th for one year. I now partake in this new verification method for all clients which has been done without a dual process method and will not be changed until the need arises upon suggestion from FINTRAC or a reputable entity. XAGATE/Rippleunion has always used a single process method through Canadian Identification plus Financial Institutions' & Utility Providers' physical/electronic statements to verify identities before providing services. I will be using the single process method still while verifying clients for the Gateway I operate and I will continue to accept Government ID in addition to the acceptable methods above. Credit Files may be requested of Canadian and International clients upon my own due diligence for abiding by the new reporting obligations under these new regulations.
Guest posted a topic in Off-Topichttps://hardware.slashdot.org/story/16/06/20/0036240/california-researchers-build-the-worlds-first-1000-processor-chip?utm_source=rss1.0mainlinkanon&utm_medium=feed
Xi195 posted a topic in General Discussionhttp://www.coindesk.com/barclays-blockchain-veteran-leaves-bank-fintech-consultancy/ Alright so the actual title doesn't mention Ripple, but I smelt it and here's what I found: 1. According to his Linkedin he likes to write about "Ripple, Stellar, and Bitcoin". Guessing he doesn't write about Stellar much anymore. 2. According to this article, Mr. Taylor says he is leaving "the best job in the company" to start a blockchain consultancy and investment fund. I would think an individual in his position would have to see something close to market to make that jump. http://www.businessinsider.com/barclays-simon-taylor-joins-fintech-consultancy-11fs-2016-5?r=UK&IR=T 3. From his LinkedIn found the CEO of the Consultancy/Fund his co-founding called 11:FS. CEO is David M. Brear, formerly of Lloyd's: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/davidbrear?trk=pub-pbmap 4. Mr. Brear hasn't listed it on his profile, but according to this article he wrote March 5, 2016 he is also Venture Partner at...wait for it...Santander Innoventures:https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/exploring-banking-platform-baap-model-david-m-brear?articleId=6111776656601473024#comments-6111776656601473024&trk=prof-post I'm certainly reading between the lines, but the "Banking executive leaves job to start Fintech consultancy" trend is likely to pick up steam as we get closer to impact. Hopefully these guys are another voice telling banks to partner with Ripple.
Hi All, We're looking into the possibility of creating a site dedicated to real-time information about XRP with integrated dynamic charts, news, and social network metrics among other things. Think features of RippleCharts, CrytoCompare, CoinMarketCap, etc. I don't want to be too specific about what features would be included (although we have many) because we want initial offerings to be suggested by the community. If the community doesn't want such a site, that's okay, our feelings won't be hurt. We don't want to build something that people won't use/find useful. Here are a couple ideas of potential future offerings from XRPTips: 1) Simple Hot Wallet and Cold Wallet applications 2) Email/text alerts (for example account monitor) 3) Filterable transaction metrics (for example if you only want to look at TrustLines or OfferCreates) Some features would be free, and some would be available by one-time subscription fee. Please let us know: a ) what features you would most like to see on such a site b ) what features you would be willing to pay a subscription fee for
I just want to share the invitation link to the cryptocommunity Slack group: https://crypto.typeform.com/to/ahJtmF. I am one of the four administrators of this community of about 650 people interested in crypto. The ripple-xrp channel has about 600 members at this time. If you have not used Slack before, it is like IRC 2.0. Channel, group, and direct messages can be sent to your inbox depending upon your notification settings, so if you join a few channels and do not wish to chat, you will still get some news every now an then in your inbox.