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I'm trying to confirm his identity before responding.  If this is him, it's game over.  Finished.  Finito.  Done.  No more wondering if the cost savings are worth it.  No more skepticism about XRP use

Here is a tweet from the Cuallix CFO on xRapid/XRP use. Enjoy!    

@Hodor has really come a long way.  His blogs used to look like this: HODOR      Hodor hodor hodor hodor hodor hodor hodor.  Hodor, hodor hodor hodor hodor, hodor hodor hodor hodor hodor hod

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48 minutes ago, RubenParren said:

@Hodor could you please put up a new tweet with the "screen shot" of @nico_patton tweets? Your current tweet isn't going to look very good and could be easily laughed at to reinforce FUD.  I love your tweet, but want to share/retweet the original information. Thanks for all your research, love it.  

 

Just be aware, that that screenshot clearly shows his tweets are protected (the padlock). Twitter say that re-tweeting or quoting a tweet that is protected is against the T&Cs. I'm not sure about screenshots. But just be aware... they might take exception to this. I'd at least check (it not already) with Nico if he is happy you doing this, as he might have protected his tweets for a reason (e.g. said too much, realised might have broken some agreement) or something.

-Matt

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Just be aware, that that screenshot clearly shows his tweets are protected (the padlock). Twitter say that re-tweeting or quoting a tweet that is protected is against the T&Cs. I'm not sure about screenshots. But just be aware... they might take exception to this. I'd at least check (it not already) with Nico if he is happy you doing this, as he might have protected his tweets for a reason (e.g. said too much, realised might have broken some agreement) or something.
-Matt
He must've recently done this because it was readily available earlier today...though I can't say I blame him...he's probably getting a lot of attention right now!
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5 minutes ago, hammertoe said:

Just be aware, that that screenshot clearly shows his tweets are protected (the padlock). Twitter say that re-tweeting or quoting a tweet that is protected is against the T&Cs. I'm not sure about screenshots. But just be aware... they might take exception to this. I'd at least check (it not already) with Nico if he is happy you doing this, as he might have protected his tweets for a reason (e.g. said too much, realised might have broken some agreement) or something.

-Matt

I agree Matt!

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9 minutes ago, buckor said:
11 minutes ago, hammertoe said:
Just be aware, that that screenshot clearly shows his tweets are protected (the padlock). Twitter say that re-tweeting or quoting a tweet that is protected is against the T&Cs. I'm not sure about screenshots. But just be aware... they might take exception to this. I'd at least check (it not already) with Nico if he is happy you doing this, as he might have protected his tweets for a reason (e.g. said too much, realised might have broken some agreement) or something.
-Matt

He must've recently done this because it was readily available earlier today...though I can't say I blame him...he's probably getting a lot of attention right now!

 

11 minutes ago, hammertoe said:

Just be aware, that that screenshot clearly shows his tweets are protected (the padlock). Twitter say that re-tweeting or quoting a tweet that is protected is against the T&Cs. I'm not sure about screenshots. But just be aware... they might take exception to this. I'd at least check (it not already) with Nico if he is happy you doing this, as he might have protected his tweets for a reason (e.g. said too much, realised might have broken some agreement) or something.

-Matt

Wasn't protected at time the tweets were sent. Don't think this policy applies retroactively. Anyone know the answer to this?

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