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  1. ...is xrp's potential for being used as "reserves." I came across this article that discusses the concept of "forex reserves:" http://www.nbdpress.com/articles/2017-06-08/2632.html Before reading this article, I've heard the concept of xrp "reserves" being purchased by individual companies or market makers as a tool for managing risk and being able to profit from volatility. (source: _https://www.xrpchat.com/topic/5280-valuation-models-xrp-the-digital-currency-vs-ripple-the-company/?do=findComment&comment=50182_) The concept was always part of a larger topic, and I guess I
  2. I posted this on Reddit as rebuttal to when someone was going at me for defending XRP on r/Cryptocurrency. I thought I might actually explain to him why Stellar was inferior technically instead of just a subjective judgement. The only exception where Stellar>Ripple is for P2P usage, but that's it..and only for right now. I know a lot of people have been discussing Stellar vs Ripple over here, so I figured I might open up some technical discussion on the topic. If you have anything to add, please feel free. I've been taking a deep dive on the mathematical aspect of tokens. CAP the
  3. Hey guys, I know that probably these questions were already asked, but I am short of time and I couldn't find what I'm looking for through the search tool. I'm trying to explain some of my co-workers the relationship and differences between RCL and ILP. I'm actually trying to make an illustration and to give some practical examples. Could you please help me with that? I found this image on the internet and I would like to kindly ask for some help to edit/update it, since it seems a bit out of date. So my questions are: 1. How can I explain/update this figure in order t
  4. In his post on April 30, 2017,@JoelKatz said "RippleConnect works with both RCL and ILP. RCL is an ILP connector." I'm a little bit confused because an ILP connector connects different ledgers for relaying payments across ledgers, and in my understanding, RCL is just one ledger connected to other ledgers via ILP connetor in the world of Interledger. So what he meant? Below is my explanation. Could you tell me whether it is right or not? (Excuse me for my poor English) When Alice want to send her JPY to Bob in USD using ILP, there will be many payment paths available i
  5. I read somewhere that IOUs denominated in the same currency, say USD, but issued by different gateways such as Bitstamp or Gatehub might not be worth the same. So a $400 IOU from Gatehub might not be equal to a $400 IOU from Bitstamp. I'm assuming those differences in value are determined by the market based on trustworthiness of the gateways and supply and demand but I don't really understand where that market is made. Like how do the mechanics of the price discovery between IOUs work? Is there a bid-ask process for different IOUs when money is sent through the XRP ledger with rippling?
  6. Do they collect a fee for doing so and if so, how is the fee set?
  7. Okay guys, I just had a thought, and it wasn't pretty. Every transaction that we have completed on the exchange, given they are regulatory compliant, is reported to the government: the amount you spent and how much XRP you got in return. The government isn't exactly up to date on operating systems and protections for their computers. What happens when a bad-guy happens to get access to that information through some hole in the GOVT's defenses, finds your information, gets your address and cases you? Have you heard of the $5 wrench attack? Someone who knows that you have X amount of X
  8. Our community boasts a wide variety of skilled people. While we are waiting for Miguel & Co., perhaps, someone would be interested in making a report of our own? If you are interested: What points would you like the report to cover? What should the report have most - stats/chart, time-line of press releases vs price fluctuations, etc? Will you be interested to take part in writing it or just reading? Thought to post it in off-topic, but it's not exactly off-topic.
  9. Does anyone have statistics on the number of connectors/market makers or know where I can find this information? Would also be interested in seeing the biggest ones in terms of volume. I recently read up about the interledger protocol and it seems like connectors play a very significant role in the system, so I'm curious to see how big the field of connectors is.
  10. Hello everyone! As the title suggests, I am concerned with the storage methods of XRP. Recently, I have heard people mention trouble with the Jatchili client, as well as other wallets, when sending/retrieving XRP. I am very leery of installing a wallet on my WIN7 PC, as there are many vulnerabilities, some of which we are not even told about until years down the road. I have not completed the setup of my Linux Mint Cinnamon as an air-gapped computer is still not secure. Recently, we have been made aware of NSA malware, OutlawCountry, that was distributed by ShadowBrokers.
  11. thought this is pretty interesting, not sure if it had been posted before but we got the BBVA train rolling on RCL and looks like they loving the ride.
  12. Amazon launched a new product -Amazon Cash- aimed at "helping" the unbanked. It seems really lame and disingenuous so I wrote them a blog post telling them how to make it better. https://medium.com/@haydentiff/psss-amazon-49509f04e820
  13. My latest blog entry. I talk about what some new XRP investors may not know... hat any user can issue credit and create their own tokens for a multitude of uses. There's a lot of use cases for issuing IOU's on the RCL; some of these have some awe-inspiring potential in terms of volume and value! https://xrphodor.wordpress.com/2017/06/23/ripple-consensus-ledger-the-credit-network-innovation/ Thanks for reading; feel free to quote, reference, link, share, and leave your comments.
  14. Does anybody know the actual technical steps for issuing an IOU on the RCL? Also as a follow-up, I think there would be a huge market for a tool to easily issue these and manage them as an "overlay" software that integrates with the RCL. Has anybody already thought of this? (or know if it, or has built it?) Thanks for any guidance. - Hodor!
  15. rialto.ai this one seems interesting, they seem to be aiming for becoming a large liquidity provider / market maker on RCL, their "token" seems to be yielding dividend.. one to watch imo
  16. "Nostro Accounts." It's one of those words I heard thrown around by ForEx traders on the forum when they were talking about Ripple. I remember my eyes kind of glazing over and thinking "Okay, blah blah, Ripple will save them some money there..." That was good enough for my thinking at the time, but since then I've done some further reading, and with recent banking adoption taking center stage, I thought I'd review it again. In addition, Ripple has specifically indicated that they are targeting nostro accounts (source: https://ripple.com/files/xrp_cost_model_paper.pdf) I was surprise
  17. XRP has long been known within crypto-currency as the "banking coin", and rightfully so. When all other alt coins were shunning the thought of working with banking and financial institutions, Ripple was busy determining exactly what would be a good fit for this industry. The result, when compared with the other two *current* crypto leaders, is stark: (source: @thunderw in blog: https://files.acrobat.com/a/preview/746e9c4d-b240-4ea5-95f0-9237f2cceb13 ) Banks, known for their incredible distaste for taking unnecessary risk, took a wait-and-see attitude, only recently signing ont
  18. For newbies, "Forex" stands for "foreign exchange." It includes all aspects of buying, selling and exchanging currencies at current or determined prices. In terms of trading volume, it is by far the largest market in the world. Pair Up Since currencies are always traded in pairs, the foreign exchange market does not set a currency's absolute value but rather determines its relative value by setting the market price of one currency if paid for with another. Ex: 1 USD is worth X CAD, or CHF, or JPY, etc.. Liquidity is Important On a global basis, to support a massive amount
  19. For a long time now, XRP fans have been struggling with the fact that XRP is not the top of the list. Despite being clearly better in every measurable metric for a crypto-currency, XRP is ranked either second or third on the list in terms of market capitalization. We've dealt with this underdog status with a combination of humor and frustration. And for more than a short time, Ripple had to precisely execute their business plan like a model Silicon valley start-up, not one of those fly-by-night ICOs that we he
  20. When I say "great building" I'm not talking about Ripple's new office space, which probably deserves it's own op-ed article. (source: _https://www.xrpchat.com/topic/5802-changing-of-the-guard-ripples-new-hq/_) This post is about the next phase of Ripple's strategy, and it involves getting new creations and innovations developed based on ILP, and potentially with the RCL and XRP. Ripple has executed their own business plan flawlessly to this point, and now that liquidity is gaining momentum, they can focus on the core of what they do with unmatched excellence. Coding Yes, it'
  21. It's like an itch in the back of their minds, a growing anxiety that no amount of alcohol can eliminate. The new consensus among whale crypto traders is that XRP is taking over. So how do they react? They're raking in quick profits from the ICOs *if they're lucky*, and perhaps putting their money into ETH and BTC to take advantage of the temporary run-ups. But they know better. The logical part of their mind is screaming at them to wake up and smell the coffee, and investigate just how much adoption Ripple is making with the banks. Sometimes they pop into our forum and ask
  22. Updated Numbers by Ripple Ryan Zagone's Comments: This comment was first noted by @Dsimmo on another post: It's happening folks. It's happening now...
  23. In "The Big Short", Christian Bale plays a near-autistic eccentric trader who bucked the trends of the prevailing market sentiment. Only a minority of traders in the housing bubble were astute enough to recognize a unique opportunity in the midst of a developing crisis, and they placed their bets accordingly. Along the way, they had to "keep the faith" in the face of jeers from their own investors. When they faced their biggest moments of self-doubt, how did they respond? They doubled down. They increased their position - not from a standpoint of ego - but because they believed in
  24. So during this uptrend, while happy for all the price appreciation, it also put RCL to test. We have noticed slags, transaction timeouts, failures and much more. I am sure many here can vet it. not too bad though., for example when i was trying to send payments, it would fail 2 times and third time it would go through. However, i feel the network definitely needs scaling. Infact decentralization IS and Should be a big deal. A big news in the alt community. Hence, i recommend ripple comes with a 'grand' decentralization plan ( Like getting 100 universities ready to hold validators
  25. from https://xrpcharts.ripple.com/#/topology I can see there are nodes still running on 0.28 (now 0.60.x) I was wondering if there's any plan/roadmap for node upgrades without requiring a hardfork e.g tezos project technically I am not sure what is it call but it's something like chromebook where it automatically upgrades to "eliminate" backward imcompatibility I know ripple is a company unlike other open source project but i'm just curious as I have "skin in the game"
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