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Tag: banks

March 17, 2018

TIPPING POINT: Ripple (XRP) Adds Bank Per Week in Quick-Fire xRapid Inroads

Ripple (XRP) – There are now more than 100 banks testing or using Ripple systems and technology in their liquidity operations. So many banks are signing on so quickly that Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse said in a recent interview that Ripple would stop announcing partnerships until the number reaches 200. It’s a strange thing when … Continue reading “TIPPING POINT: Ripple (XRP) Adds Bank Per Week in Quick-Fire xRapid Inroads”

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March 9, 2018

Ripple (XRP) Best-Positioned to Pierce Crypto’s Mental Bubble

Ripple (XRP) – There doesn’t seem anything that can stop Ripple (XRP). Not price drops. And not talk about federal regulation. Even while crypto-markets remain bearish, XRP continues to emerge as the coin that will blaze trails for conforming to SEC regulations that are soon on their way. The thought of regulation does not frighten … Continue reading “Ripple (XRP) Best-Positioned to Pierce Crypto’s Mental Bubble”

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March 7, 2018

CNBC Buzz on Ripple (XRP) is Money

Ripple (XRP) – There were probably more people tuning in to watch Brad Garlinghouse on CNBC’s Fast Money financial news television program yesterday than the network has ever seen tune in to its program, reminding the parent network NBC of the television mobs of viewers in the old days who’d never miss an episode of … Continue reading “CNBC Buzz on Ripple (XRP) is Money”

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March 6, 2018

Ripple (XRP) Coinbase Rival Adds XRP by Credit Card – 150,000 Stores Worldwide

Ripple (XRP) – It’s huge news for XRP: The Ripple coin can now be bought by credit card online or cash voucher in more than 150,000 stores worldwide through the Bitit marketplace, and given as a gift by gift-card. Bitit is an established cryptocurrency marketplace that has been around since 2014 and is headquartered in … Continue reading “Ripple (XRP) Coinbase Rival Adds XRP by Credit Card – 150,000 Stores Worldwide”

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March 1, 2018

Ripple (XRP) Has a Bright Future

Ripple (XRP) – Ripple the company practicing blockchain centralization, is the largest holder of the world’s third-largest-most valuable crypto asset, XRP. The best performing coin of 2017, XRP climbed more than 2,000% from September to January alone. After hitting its $3.00 all time high some people believe that the coin’s best days are over, but … Continue reading “Ripple (XRP) Has a Bright Future”

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December 2, 2017

Ripple (XRP) is Erupting in Japan – Plans for 2018

Ripple (XRP) is now experiencing a surge through the Japanese markets. After April’s legislation that turned Bitcoin into a legal and recognized form of payment in Japan. The approval of this legislation led to an increase in public confidence and acceptance regarding cryptocurrencies as a method of exchanging value. Small businesses are rushing to adapt … Continue reading “Ripple (XRP) is Erupting in Japan – Plans for 2018”

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Coinbase add Ripple XRP
November 19, 2017

The Advantages of Ripple (XRP) as Big Banks Start Moving In

Ripple (XRP)–Ripple prides itself on being the cryptocurrency to connect banks with banks and other payment providers, with an emphasis on speed and ease of use. The tagline for the currency is One Frictionless Experience to Send Money Globally. The banner on the coin’s designated website proclaims Ripple to be “the world’s only enterprise blockchain … Continue reading “The Advantages of Ripple (XRP) as Big Banks Start Moving In”

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November 15, 2017

Why is Bitcoin getting in bed with Investment Banks?

Jamie Dimon, CEO of JP Morgan Chase, is on record saying, “If you are stupid enough to buy it, you’ll pay the price for it one day,” at the International Finance conference on Friday October 13, 2017. J.P. Morgan manages $1.772 trillion dollars as of Sep 30, 2017. Nearly all this currency is not hard … Continue reading “Why is Bitcoin getting in bed with Investment Banks?”

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