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    Default Re: Cryptocurrency: which alt-coins are the globalist corporations backing and why?

    Quote Posted by Blastolabs (here)
    With coinmetro do you actually own the coin?
    If you don't have your keys you don't own the coin.

    While there are advantages to using exchanges to buy there are also many disadvantages.

    I'm not familiar with coinmetro but with Robinhood, Coinbase and the other big names you are not actually purchasing cryptocurrency.

    In the event of that company being hacked or worldwide catastrophic events you will likely lose the money.

    The whole point of decentralized currency is to give power back to the people. By having a third party hold your coins for you it kinda defeats the whole purpose in my opponion.

    It is easier to lose your money due to user error when you actually own them. I would recommend playing with $10 in crypto for a week or three sending money back and forth to truly understand it before buying any large amount.

    Then be SURE to keep a hand written copy of your key in a few safe places like a safety deposit box or buried in nature somewhere.

    The way blockchain works means that even if the internet goes down for a few months once a few nodes are back online you will still have your money, the same can not be said for keeping your money with a bank or any exchange.

    If you don't have your keys you don't own your coin.

    This really only applies to people with significant amounts of money invested or those who care about ending our dependence on the system built by our rulers.
    I was going to say something on these lines

    But Jayke made a good point, if one are going to invest in crypto in a long term, the best option is to look for those crypto backed by monster corporations but beware research well before buying.
    Nowadays anyone can fork a coin and hit the network with a cute marketing campaign targeting specific communities (take a look how easy it is -->> https://cryptonotestarter.org ), without saying all the scams out there with incorporated companies in those beautiful island out there just to make a front (Do you know anyone can open a corporation in Seychelles for just $500?).
    There is thousands of crypto coins out there (currently 8416 registered in https://coinmarketcap.com), the majority is just crap and will fall along the cracks, just give time and you all see.

    Also I would advice anyone going long term with crypto investment to use a dedicated hardware (install a cold wallet in a computer not connected to the internet and sign transactions when moving the funds, it is perfectly safe that way) for that specially if one is going to buy a lot.. DO NOT KEEP IT in the exchanges unless you are a trader, but we talking about investment long term, look it up how many times exchanges all around the world got hacked and lost all the customers funds! I know today they have insurance and this and that bla bla, but if you do not own your private key, you own nothing.
    Take a look at "white label cryptocurrency exchange software" and learn how it works, any numbers can be faked, include trade volume and liquidity.

    See how anyone can start such a gamble business https://www.blockchainappfactory.com/
    Last time I checked prices for a start up it was 20.500 Euros including licensing and company registration in the Caribbean area.

    Fair warning, exchanges are gamble and highly manipulated just like those casinos online, unless you are an insider I would keep far far away from it.



    Quote Posted by Ben Macdonald (here)
    I've just been reading up on a new crypto called 'Arrr', made by Pirate chain.


    It's particularly intereting to me, because it's main USP is the privacy aspect. See this link for info: https://pirate.black/about-pirate-chain/


    What with a large percentage of the world now moving to platforms that uphold privacy and free speech, the likelyhood of Arrr coins gaining significant value seems a given to me.


    It's current value is around $.08, so I bought $40 worth, which is 508 coins (roughly). So not much of an outlay, no stress involved, and i'll be looking on with interest to see what happens.


    Other coins I have are Bitcoin, XRP, and Ethereum.


    XRP I find intriguing too, because if the rumours of the supposed QFS are true, then apparently it will be the currency used in that system.

    I saw it months ago and decided to download their blockchain and wallet to my laptop, after installation the thing won't work, it get stuck at about 5% when downloading their blockchain, also the wallet is very hungry it uses up my entire RAM and the CPU keep spiking to 90% most of the time, then I gave it up, but before I was reading in their github account in the issues section and there was a few with the same problem, but not a peep from the maintainers, not sure if it is an active project and for what I learned they are based on Zcash and another coin can't remember now. I would love to try again, because I liked their proposal in the same line with Monero, but I refuse to use an exchange, if it does not work in my computer then it will not work at all for me.


    The entire purpose of crypto currency is decentralization (P2P), it is a way to be your own bank system when using it correctly.
    Exchanges has records of all the transactions, they know who their clients are and they are willing to cooperate with all governments upon request, in fact they send reports of monies movement (read their terms), also it is not anonymous or private as many believe.

    I have a cold wallet with bitcoin, monero and namecoin and I keep it in a virtual machine file, backed up in 3 different locations, that means even if my laptop crash, I still able to recovery the funds.

    Another useful information if one is going to sell it, no need to use an exchange either, you can sell it to someone willing to buy it, there is quite a few websites that people post offers. Localbitcoins is one that comes to mind.
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    Default Re: Cryptocurrency: which alt-coins are the globalist corporations backing and why?

    I've been playing around with learning about cryptocurrencies since late July. I started right off with a couple of hardware wallets, and I have some Bitcoin, Ethereum, Cardano, Cosmos, Dai, Algorand, and DigiByte, It's been interesting.
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    Cardano is making big news today. It’s not a coin that’s in the BitGo/Thales ledger but it does seem to be making waves in Africa and Vietnam as Cardano pursue government contracts with them. Vietnam in particular is migrating from the Ethereum network to Cardano on one project outlined in the vid. At less than a dollar a coin and 4% apy, seems like a good coin to put any pocket change into.


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    HBar just released their token service today, I grabbed a screenshot from their live zoom webinar which shows how many companies are already up and running creating their own token systems using the HBar infrastructure.


    We're proud to announce that the Hedera Token Service (HTS) is officially live on the Hedera mainnet. Over 60 initial ecosystem partners have joined us in this announcement — they've integrated, are in the process of integrating, or exploring HTS to support applications issuing tokens across decentralized finance, supply chain, payments, energy, and more.

    By building applications with HTS and issuing them on the Hedera public network, businesses can embrace the disruption of tokenization in a secure, compliant, and performant way — this includes monetizing an organization's assets, improving payment settlement efficiency, or accessing new and growing token markets.

    The Hedera Token Service offers configuration and issuance of native fungible and non-fungible tokens in a fast, secure, and cost-effective way. Assets tokenized with HTS deliver native programmability and configurable compliance at the account level, all without deploying slow, expensive, and potentially faulty smart contracts.

    Let's walk through a few aspects of the Hedera Token Service (HTS) to get up to speed — in this blog posting, we'll learn about:

    The initial token ecosystem of over 60+ wallets, exchanges, issuers, council members, network explorers, and more to support token issuers and application developers

    Game-changing differentiation for fungible & non-fungible tokens on Hedera

    HTS demo applications, tutorials, and developer resources available today

    Functionalities coming to the Hedera Token Service in 2021

    A thriving token ecosystem to support application developers, token issuers, and end-users

    Hedera has proven its ability to scale relative to other public blockchains, as seen from the 4.5 million transactions per day driven by real-world high-throughput data integrity use cases — companies like AdsDax, Acoer, The Coupon Bureau, Safe Health Systems, and more are adopting the Hedera Consensus Service (HCS) at a record pace. But how will Hedera's next phase of development enable the network effects required for a thriving ecosystem?

    Meeting the functional requirements of modern-day websites and applications looking to configure, issue, and manage tokenized assets is critical — but it's equally as important, if not more, to deliver a robust and thriving ecosystem for which network participants can use and build their protocols and services. This next phase of Hedera's development, via the Hedera Token Service (HTS), intends to deliver on those required network effects through interconnected applications that drive net new active accounts and aggregate value of tokenized assets.

    The initial ecosystem for Hedera Token Service comprises over 60 partners across the categories of token issuers, wallet and custody providers, exchanges, network explorers, standards boards and systems integrators, security auditors, and more.



    https://hedera.com/blog/new-hedera-t...mart-contracts

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    Default Re: Cryptocurrency: which alt-coins are the globalist corporations backing and why?

    Yeah, finally Avalon meets Bitcoin, which means deep info!

    I´m also most interested if a certain coin pledges its alliance to decentralization and independence from the power grabbers. (and some trading actually )

    I enjoyed reading Andreas Antonopoulos book the internet of money, he is something like Chief Security Officer at Bitcoin and a kind of crypto philosopher, taking a stand for freedom.

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    Default Re: Cryptocurrency: which alt-coins are the globalist corporations backing and why?

    Doing a little more digging into Hederas token service and it seems to be already more built out than I’d realised. Looks like BitGo will be one of the primary custodians and I’ve also highlighted an exchange that looks good since they offer a VISA debit card that you’ll be able to top up with HBar and spend anywhere globally, CoinZoom. This is going to be an Ethereum killer.
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    New Hedera Token Service Offers Native Token Issuance and Configurability Without Smart Contracts
    HTS Enables Enterprises to Embrace the Disruption of Tokenization in a Secure, Performant Manner




    "Today, digital tokens are being designed for all kinds of economic activities," said Mance Harmon, co-founder and CEO of Hedera. "Tokenization of a huge range of assets will make traditional financing operations and interacting in marketplaces faster and less costly, fundamentally changing the existing processes for purchase order financing, obtaining loans for working capital, buying insurance, securing inventory financing, and invoice factoring. Tokenization will provide the foundation for enterprises to use distributed ledger technology (DLT) in routine business transactions, thus driving significant acceleration in enterprise adoption."

    The Hedera Token Service makes it easy for developers to manage tokens with scalable performance and predictable cost. Many public and private blockchains that offer tokenization carry the burden of expensive fees or upfront infrastructure costs, slow transaction speeds, complexity in managing governance, and regulatory obstacles. HTS makes it simple to issue native, multi-signature tokens with scalable performance, native compliance features, native token swap capabilities, and predictable costs — all on a reliable network governed by a council made up of large, global, trusted organizations.

    Dr. Leemon Baird, Chief Scientist and co-founder of Hedera Hashgraph, said, "Enterprises are realizing that they can leverage distributed ledger technology for the decentralization of the financial layer of their businesses, making processes more efficient, reducing costs, and unlocking new revenue streams. In order to see significant benefit from this technology, they must abstract assets onto a platform that is faster, more efficient, and more secure than legacy supply chain and financing systems. This can include monetizing an organization's assets, improving settlement efficiency, or accessing a new and growing market of utility tokens. We're thrilled to see the enthusiasm for this functionality already today."

    Numerous applications and ecosystem partners are already evaluating and using HTS in several ways. These include:

    Exchanges integrating with HTS include:

    Bittrex Global
    CoinZoom
    Hashgraph Exchange (HEX)
    Huobi
    Indodax
    Liquid
    OKEx
    Upbit
    XanPool

    Custody Providers enabling custody for any token created on the Hedera platform include:

    BitGo
    InvestaX
    Ledger Vault
    OnChain

    Wallets supporting tokens created on HTS include:

    BRD
    Coinomi
    Meeco
    Mingo
    MyHBARWallet

    Applications that will issue tokens using HTS include:

    Best Innovation Group
    Calaxy
    Charity Shop Exchange
    The Chopra Foundation
    Diamond Standard
    DLA Piper
    Dovu
    Entrust
    Everyware Ltd
    GABL
    Jigstack
    MemberPass
    Mingo
    Power Transition
    RECDEFi
    RooShine
    SUKU
    TaskBar
    Tune.fm

    Independent security auditors and assurance providers include:

    FP Complete
    Netki
    OnFido
    Quantstamp
    TRMLabs

    Service Integrators and Standards Bodies

    BCW Group
    Envision Blockchain
    InterWork Alliance
    LimeChain
    TxMQ
    Unibright

    Network Explorers

    Dragonglass
    Hash-Hash
    Kabuto
    Metrika

    Exchanges

    "The Hedera Token Service (HTS) strives to bring better performance, configurable compliance, and low fees to a new generation of cryptocurrencies and stablecoins. Bittrex Global believes that supporting assets tokenized on Hedera has numerous upsides, and we can't wait to see what the future holds for this growing ecosystem."
    — Tom Albright, Bittrex Global, CEO

    "Hedera users will be able to spend their hbars on the CoinZoom Visa card at over 53M merchants globally, and any ATM that accepts Visa. We believe partnering with Hedera will bring us one step closer to cultivating the mass adoption of cryptocurrency. In addition, we're excited about the Hedera Token Service technology, and eager to list the new HTS-based tokens, that meet our compliance requirements, on our exchange. In addition to listing on CoinZoom, HTS-based tokens will be tied to the CoinZoom Visa card, creating a premier fiat off ramp for the entire Hedera ecosystem."
    — Adrianne Blackett, Director of Marketing at CoinZoom


    "At HEX, we intend to use the Hedera Token Service (HTS) to issue and transact tokens, which securitize the values underlying real world assets. It's asset tokenization at the speed and cost of Hedera Hashgraph."
    — Suman Das, CTO at Hashgraph Exchange (HEX)

    "Indodax looks forward to listing Hedera Token Service based tokens and making them available alongside hbar for markets across Asia, especially Indonesia."
    — Oscar Darmawan, CEO Indodax

    "We are pleased to continue supporting Hedera's development and believe their new tokenization service is a great addition to expanding the adoption of digital assets."
    — Kai Kono, Chief Business Officer at Liquid

    "OKEx believes that tokenization will provide many opportunities for financial inclusion and look forward to playing our part in the Hedera ecosystem."
    — Benson Yan, Listing Manager at OKEx

    "By providing support to the HTS ecosystem, XanPool makes it possible and easier to reach users from Singapore, Hong Kong, Vietnam, Philippines, Malaysia, Thailand, India, and Indonesia."
    — Yongchuan Soh, Business Development at XanPool

    Custodians

    "BitGo is delighted to support the launch of the Hedera Token Service (HTS) and foster its growing token ecosystem. We're ready to support developers, cryptocurrency enthusiasts, and institutions holding and transacting tokens issued on Hedera with our custodial and wallet offerings."
    — Chen Fang, Chief Product Officer, BitGo

    "The growth of the Digital Securities Offerings (DSOs) industry requires the right licenses and technology — this partnership with Hedera and integration with the Hedera Token Service (HTS) will provide more necessary infrastructure to continue to propel the industry forward."
    — Julian Kwan, CEO at InvestaX

    "Tokenization of real assets is one of the most relevant, disruptive and game changing use case of the digital asset industry. The Hedera Token Service (HTS) is helping this ecosystem to thrive, and we believe they're headed in the right direction. We are excited to support their future developments."
    — Glenn Woo, Head of APAC at Ledger

    "Onchain Custodian believes existing clients such as exchanges and investors can benefit from HTS, and new prospects will find our custodial wallet solution to hold hbar with HTS enabled to be an attractive proposition."
    — El Lee, COO & Board Member of OnChain

    Wallets

    "BRD is excited to see the Hedera token ecosystem come to fruition. With a focus on institutions and high scalability, Hedera will make a significant impact in the industry."
    — Adam Traidman, CEO and Co-founder of BRD

    "Coinomi is excited to integrate the new Hedera Token Service (HTS) into our wallet. Hedera users will have a way to securely store, manage, and exchange HBAR and other Hedera-based tokens. Hedera has proven to be a great team and we're thrilled to work with them. Enjoy Coinomi's solid 7 year track record now with Hedera support and our industry leading 24/7/365 Live Chat support for all our users."
    — George Kimionis, Founder and CEO at Coinomi

    "We're on track towards a world where everything can be tokenized. Tokenization plays a critical part in enabling more equitable value creation for people, organisations and things. Providing the means to issue and store value, trace provenance, and most importantly achieve consensus to instantly trust. Since 2012, Meeco has been pioneering the collection, protection and value exchange of personal data and identity. We're inspired by the range of use-cases the new Hedera Token Service supports, enabling Meeco to extend our solutions."
    — Katryna Dow, CEO & Founder, Meeco

    "The Hedera Token Service (HTS) allows Mingo to activate its Token Exchange Service, setting up a global platform for the migration of 7,000 individual tokens currently on the paltform today for swaping, sharing, and storage in the Mingo wallet."
    — Joe Arthur, Founder and CEO at Mingo
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    Default Re: Cryptocurrency: which alt-coins are the globalist corporations backing and why?

    I have just invested one-half a day reading about this new currency system and am not much more informed than before. What remains is this image of Block Chain being a heavy iron block attached to a chain attached to one's ankle. The opposite of freedom. As for the technological leaks in this unsafe boat, I intuit them as top-down investment/takeover by the money powers that be, with intervention by the governments who must keep their piece of the pie in taxing all that be. As for the myriad holes available in tech theft present and future about which most of us are totally ignorant, I prefer what we have now, even if that is also an illusion. Nothing like fixed assets and back to the earth. Of course, access to the world of convenience and fancy possessions may seem farther away, but at least you won't have to deal with here today gone tomorrow to the same extent.

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    I have also found exodus to be a great soft wallet. I have been holding/trading crypto for last couple years. There is always going to be growth, and just have to keep up your research if you want t dive into some of these alt-coins. Alot of ones that get the pump n dump. Try not to spread across too many exchanges as you can get lost in all the details. Cryptp is the way of the future, and we are getting in now on the ground floor. I think in 5 years those that didnt get on board will kick themselves..
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    Default Re: Cryptocurrency: which alt-coins are the globalist corporations backing and why?

    Jayke what do you make of this body of governance idea of Hedera, filled with Globalist companies? (That the owner says are spread out over the world and in different industries, well...who owns them, Blackrock etc.?)

    Their tech sounds nice though, although I don’t believe that we humans actually want a tokenization of everything, but more so the technocrats.

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    Quote Posted by wegge (here)
    Jayke what do you make of this body of governance idea of Hedera, filled with Globalist companies? (That the owner says are spread out over the world and in different industries, well...who owns them, Blackrock etc.?)

    Their tech sounds nice though, although I don’t believe that we humans actually want a tokenization of everything, but more so the technocrats.
    I’ll defer to Paul on that. I made some money on the initial bull run of Bitcoin when it hit $10,000 and asked Paul if there’s any new technology on the horizon that would be a good investment to get in early on. Paul worked on some of the earliest ledger distribution algorithms before he retired so he has some expertise in the area. He’s the one that first put me onto hashgraph in 2018, not that he’s on Avalon to ask questions about it now.

    Quote Posted by Paul (here)
    Quote Posted by Paul (here)
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    Well ... I have one word to say here. Just one word.

    Hashgraph.
    Well ... this didn't take long ... what looks like a "better Hashgraph" has come along, less than six months later.
    On the other hand ... listen to this pitch by Machine Zone's (a game company) CEO Gabriel Leydon to the Hashgraph Launch in March 2018, explaining how he is working on "computing the world", integrating live feeds of sensors, audio, and video, from around the world, in order to make for a fully "Smart" world, fully integrated using A.I., running on top of Hashgraph.

    It's a "technocracy" wet dream, and he sounds all too close to making it happen.



    It's a scary, dystopian, "Matrix" vision, running on the distributed compute power in the hands, on the desktops, and in the "smart" devices of billions of people, world wide.

    ===

    As a long standing student of distributed computing algorithms, I am quite impressed and delighted with Hashgraph, and the similar open source work PARSEC.

    However Hashgraph, and what can be built on it, such as Gabriel Leydon's "Compute the World" vision, is deeply unsettling, and apparently coming soon to a smart phone near you.
    IMO the tokenisation of everything is the roll out of the beast system. What I plan on doing is riding the belly of the beast to turn a profit and then with a little extra financial freedom invest in the open source alternative Paul recommended. I found a coin running on the PARSEC algorithm
    Maidsafe Coin (MAID). Its worth investing in maidsafe if only for the fact that it’ll provide an alternative to the beast system, but without the financial resources and the Harvard network of Prysm group economic consultation management (another company whose logo is a black cube), Maidcoin might not be very profitable and more of a niche sidelined investment.

    The MAIDcoin team are working on a new open source offering called safenet (https://safenetforum.org/) where you’ll be able to mine safenet coins. The only way you’ll be able to buy safenet coins is through exchanging the old maid coins. Good luck trying to buy maid coins though as they’re struggling to get many exchanges to list them. Bittrex might be one of the few that do but I’ve not signed up for an account yet to check.
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    Default Re: Cryptocurrency: which alt-coins are the globalist corporations backing and why?

    Maidsafe Coin seems to also be avaliable through HitBTC and SimpleSwap and maybe other similar. I didn't look further. You need OmniWallet to store it.
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    Default Re: Cryptocurrency: which alt-coins are the globalist corporations backing and why?

    Interesting chat from Tom Luongo on the implications of Elon Musk buying $1.5 billion in Bitcoin earlier this week. The main point he makes is that Musks move is helping normalise cryptocurrency for the masses, while putting pressure on other companies and central banks to follow the trend and keep up.

    Bitcoin has become too big and too global for governments to regulate. He shares a story from Germany where the German authorities tried to take 90 million worth of Bitcoin from one their citizens but were left complaining that without the private keys for the Bitcoin wallet they were helpless to do anything (such a shame that governments will have to be more honest with open digital ledger technology).

    He also makes the point that once the wallstreetsbets crowd has finished messing with Wall Street, regardless of whether they win big or lose on the GME saga, they’ll be turning their attention back onto the crypto markets again (minus any other short attacks on the over leveraged hedge funds they manage to spot), which all means the crypto markets are going to go boom over the next several years.


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    A coin that isn’t in the BitGo/Thales ledger but is currently performing better than some of the others. I only bought this coin due to the 4% apy without really knowing anything about it. In the past few days though it’s suddenly surged from 60cents to the $1 support zone (which early investors usually cash out at). Begs the question, what is Ontology? and why are people suddenly bullish on this coin?

    Personally I was put off that you have to have 500 ONT before you can stake them and—like many of the Ethereum wallets—you have to accrue a certain amount of their ONT gas coin (ONG)—before you can even withdraw or send your coins anywhere, but if it keeps making impressive gains I might just hold onto it a bit longer.

    This could be an important token. I like the technology behind this one. Keeping your identity secure while also enabling copyright protections; and with original data stored directly on the blockchain, it’ll create a referral system that enables you to see whether original material has been edited or tampered with. An antidote to deepfake technology, fake news and photo editing. Has a picture, story or video been edited? just check the blockchain to find out.

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    On the back of the above post about the Ontology coin. I was wondering how practical would it be to search a blockchain to verify if any photos or videos had been tampered with. Algorand were already ahead of me and posted this video last night. Introducing the Algorand indexer. A database process where you can search for anything indexed on a blockchain. No wonder Algorand surged past the $1 support zone yesterday.


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    More companies jumping ship from Ethereum to Cardano due to Ethereums high transaction fees. https://wirexapp.com/global, a company that enables you to spend your crypto tokens via a VISA debit card, has also jumped ship from Ethereum to the Stellar lumen (XLM) coin (via their own wirex subtoken based on the stellar blockchain). This is one of the coins in the Thales/BitGo ledger and is still super cheap to buy. Stellar have announced their intention to be the blockchain that processes 1 billion online transaction payments by the year 2022.

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    Quote Posted by Jayke (here)
    More companies jumping ship from Ethereum to Cardano due to Ethereums high transaction fees. https://wirexapp.com/global, a company that enables you to spend your crypto tokens via a VISA debit card, has also jumped ship from Ethereum to the Stellar lumen (XLM) coin (via their own wirex subtoken based on the stellar blockchain). This is one of the coins in the Thales/BitGo ledger and is still super cheap to buy. Stellar have announced their intention to be the blockchain that processes 1 billion online transaction payments by the year 2022.

    I use the wirex wallet, as you get a credit card linked straight to the wallet,which makes it easy for xrp xlm buying and selling. Commission is a little high,wait for free days

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    It seems that shipments of Trezors to the US are now being held up at customs according to an email from an authorized retailer.
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    Really enjoyed reading through this one. I saw in a couple of post's that people was talking about XRP by Ripple.

    Whoever has good knowledge and thoughts about this crypto, can you please spill some of the pro's and con's from it?

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    Really enjoyed reading through this one. I saw in a couple of post's that people was talking about XRP by Ripple.

    Whoever has good knowledge and thoughts about this crypto, can you please spill some of the pro's and con's from it?

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    it's backed by Goldman Sachs. People are gambling on the long shot it takes over from the swift system.its already being used by money gram and only cost pence per transaction saving them a fortune.
    Currently there is a court case against xrp holding them 🔙

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    Quote Posted by alexius (here)
    Really enjoyed reading through this one. I saw in a couple of post's that people was talking about XRP by Ripple.

    Whoever has good knowledge and thoughts about this crypto, can you please spill some of the pro's and con's from it?

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    it's backed by Goldman Sachs. People are gambling on the long shot it takes over from the swift system.its already being used by money gram and only cost pence per transaction saving them a fortune.
    Currently there is a court case against xrp holding them 🔙
    I was looking in too that lawsuit.. I can't really see how it will pay out. And if they end up on the other side of this, on top. Then it should have a nice push forward, would it not? Cheers.
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