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The XRP Ledger And Graphs: Pattern Detection And Fraud Investigation

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"However, the truth is, that most cryptocurrencies are more traceable and transparent than “normal money” (FIAT), due to the public ledgers" - the thing many governments speculate on and the thing which is not allowed to be recognized.

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Strikingly dissimilar view of the XRPL in contrast with his angry toned colleague Francis Coppola, the nightmarish fintech clown, who is crusading against XRP on 100% false assertions, and actively hostile towards the community on twitter (not to mention very poorly mannered and exceedingly low journalistic standards).  Good to see Forbes has a true fintech journalist actually on board. 

 

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Good stuff @flanman Thanks! :D

Closing comments - "It appears to me to be hard to tarnish the XRP ledger as a "centralised excel sheet" or slander cryptocurrencies (as opposed to FIAT) for illegal trade and money laundering when a hobbyist like myself can expose networks of fraudulent actors and enable victims and exchanges to come together to help each other overcome criminality. There is much more that can be achieved with ledger analysis, and I look forward to sharing my exploration."

Here are the links to parts one and two if you'd like to read further:

https://xrpcommunity.blog/exploring-relationships-on-the-ledger-part-one/

https://xrpcommunity.blog/exploring-relationships-on-the-ledger-part-two/

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