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Santander and HSBC Part Ways in Choosing between Ripple and Swift for Global Money Transfers


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You are doing Ripple and the community a disservice by providing these articles based on speculation and presenting them as facts. There is absolutely no reason to assume that Exarpy = Santander. This Ripple based app your "sources" refer to is not Exarpy. For crying out loud, Santander themselves have a detailed explanation regarding their app: https://www.santander.com/csgs/Satellite/CFWCSancomQP01/en_GB/Corporate/Press-room/Santander-News/2018/04/12/Santander-launches-the-first-blockchain-based-international-money-transfer-service-across-four-countries-.html

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4 minutes ago, Dutchpinoy said:

You are doing Ripple and the community a disservice by providing these articles based on speculation and presenting them as facts. There is absolutely no reason to assume that Exarpy = Santander. This Ripple based app your "sources" refer to is not Exarpy. For crying out loud, Santander themselves have a detailed explanation regarding their app: https://www.santander.com/csgs/Satellite/CFWCSancomQP01/en_GB/Corporate/Press-room/Santander-News/2018/04/12/Santander-launches-the-first-blockchain-based-international-money-transfer-service-across-four-countries-.html

I'm a little confused. When you say Exarpy, do you mean XRP or something else?

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"Today, HSBC has also announced to use SWIFT gpi for cross border transactions. Here, it is important to mention that about 160 financial institutions are already using SWIFT gpi for cross border transactions. They are of the view that 50% of global transactions are completed within 30 minutes through SWIFT gpi. Also, 90% of the global transactions are completed within 24 hours."

 

lolz

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6 hours ago, OzAlphaWolf said:

Exarpy have helpfully clarified the situation. They aren't associated with Santander.

 

@ahmadderar I'm glad you're leaving this forum and taking your articles with you if you can't do the simplest of factchecking. You claim to support Ripple; you don't. Take your clickbaiting website out of here.

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4 hours ago, Dutchpinoy said:

@ahmadderar I'm glad you're leaving this forum and taking your articles with you if you can't do the simplest of factchecking. You claim to support Ripple; you don't. Take your clickbaiting website out of here.

How can a guest post articles when I can't click on any type of profile for them? That's an easy way to spread confusion. Am I missing something? Is this guy just going around spreading FUD as a guest because he's well known as being a Fuddite under another name? Sorry for my ignorance- it's 6:00 AM and I have no caffeine in my system.

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Just now, Dutchpinoy said:

@Deeznutz

It means OP deleted his xrpchat account. He runs a clickbait newsfeed in 'support' of Ripple when really the only thing he did was rush at the faintest rumour for, I assume, ad revenues. He certainly wasn't factual when absolutely pretending to. Poison.

Uggh. ? Thanks for clarifying. 

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