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I understand that Ripple has done an incredible job establishing connections with banks worldwide but something has occurred to me. The blockchain technology used by Bitcoin is OUTDATED. That being said there are newcomers like Cardano and IOTA which are introducing the so-called "Tangle", in other words, Blockchain 3.0. I would like to know, how much significance is this really? Would it not behoove Ripple to update their blockchain technology as well, or even convert to tangle? I think that the combination of strong connections with banks and other companies, and using the top technology would be great, but it seems Ripple has great business tactics and services, with what is ultimately subpar technology. Do you see what I mean? Ripple trumps other cryptocurrencies in the service they are providing in conjunction with the banks. Nobody is doing that. But Cardano and IOTA clearly have better technology on their hands so....what do you think? Please let me know. Also please share your thoughts on TRON, which is led by Ripples former Chief Representative in Greater China, Justin Sun. There must be some significance there.
The rippled team has released rippled version 0.70.1, which corrects a technical flaw in the newly refactored consensus code that could, in rare cases, cause a node to get stuck in consensus due to stale votes from a peer. Ripple requires upgrading to rippled version 0.70.1 immediately. https://ripple.com/dev-blog/rippled-version-0-70-1/
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"
Is there a 'bonefied safe way' to update the firmware on a Ledger Nano S to not lose any BTC/ETH currently stored on the device? My XRP is currently stored on an online wallet and I'd love to move it to my Ledger Nano S, but I am afraid of losing the current firmware, and therefore losing my BTC/ETH stored on the device. Thanks for any insight.