OctagonFS Posted May 25, 2017 Share Posted May 25, 2017 Hi guys. I'm new to the crypto scene but I have been following Ripple and XRP quite closely as it seems to have the best ingredients needed for a truly global payment system. So I'm based in South Africa and I'm building a payment system that will rival Western Union, MoneyGram and the banks in general on the price front for cross border payments. I'm still going through the arduous task of getting licensing from the Reserve Bank here as they practically regulate entities like gateways as banks (almost). So please help me out guys I've read some fascinating insghts on here and you guys seem to know your ****. The main thing I need clarity on, if I have a gateway in two countries, say South Africa and Mozambique, how can I access liquidity on the ripple network? Are there market makers active in African countries? If I'm the only one providing the service of remittance to one country, how can I leverage XRP to save money and give low prices to my clients? How can I make a cross currency trade profitable if it's just my company involved as a payout location at both ends? Any feedback would be absolutely appreciated. Regards. will4star and Hodor 2 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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