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View matthau's Profile matthau Flag South Croydon 01 Dec 21 4.39pm Send a Private Message to matthau Add matthau as a friend

Bank of England prefer a ‘regulated’ crypto asset

Imagine owning the one regulated crypto that’s slogan is ‘on demand liquidity’ that moves money of great magnitude across the globe for pennies and in seconds. Heading into a global liquidity crises, and all other cryptos still yet to face regulations…

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View matthau's Profile matthau Flag South Croydon 03 Dec 21 10.48am Send a Private Message to matthau Add matthau as a friend

Jerome powel vid attached. Came out today. If you have studied xrps use case you’d know he’s definitely talking about xrp. And to speak like that also means whatever is planned is imminent.

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View rikz's Profile rikz Flag Croydon 03 Dec 21 1.01pm Send a Private Message to rikz Add rikz as a friend

I have no doubt a digital currency is the future but why xrp ? From what I understand its the technology these companies create not the coin, anyone can create a coin, why can't the banks and governments buy and implement the technology using their own coins ? I understand its a bridge currency but even then surely they can just create their own. I still think crypto is a good investment and will outperform any other asset over the next 5 years but with maybe a return of 100-500%, I just don't see another bitcoin where its worth next to nothing now and 40k in a couple of years but who knows.

 

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View matthau's Profile matthau Flag South Croydon 03 Dec 21 11.13pm Send a Private Message to matthau Add matthau as a friend

Bitcoin appeared in 2009 soon after the 2008 housing market crash in usa. Many call it the alternative to big banking and any anti centralised government person has historically become a Bitcoin maxi because they feel it’s their decentralised investment alternative. If you like. But they live in cloud cookoo. Without platforms like coinbase they simply would never be able to cash out to their bank accounts. Ie I am saying the banks and platforms have chosen to let Bitcoin grow. They truly have the power over it all. So that being said, and how it came into creation, one needs to question why and for what reason it was created. I argue that a country created it. Or the CIA, or somewhere me of huge current importance in the space, perhaps even the same person who created xrp and it’s yet to be shown as Bitcoin mark 2 lol. You never know. But what I’m trying to say is it was created after a crash to see what could be an alternative/improvement for the financial sector in the comming years. So 10 plus years have passed since Bitcoin was born. And it’s now prehistoric in technology. A few other coins have joined the system since and are a vast improvement in all aspects but currently worth pennies. Perhaps this is that very moment about to occur. The new financial system is about to take over as the world faces inflation etc. and this is what the crypto space was always intended for.

A man by the name satoshi apparently created Bitcoin. Do you honestly think all the worlds banks will sign up and use a coin that has no visible til now creator? No. Bitcoin was the original try out.

So about the question of why don’t banks use their own - we’ll all the banks could have yes. But then Halifax would have to ensure their coin works with bank of Singapore. Barclays with halifax, foreign banks. The list of connections is so hard to fathom, what if one goes down and the entire system halts? Or plan b, the plan that has very likely occured since the birth of Bitcoin - a handful of selected coins were made and time was spent - 10 years plus - in ensuring they are the best, efficient coins for purpose that can be produced. And all released into a new system at a time when the worlds population are 1. Broke, lost jobs etc due to pandemic. 2. Have their minds elsewhere - news is pushing a major ass pandemic and vaccination program. So much stuff to turn folks attention off of this particular possible major financial event of the last 50 years.

Two things to be aware of that will make you think .


Santoshi whoever he is wrote a book oddly using a suspect title: Wave and Ripple Design Book [Link]


Ripples the name of the company behind xrp


And secondly, a lady by the name of Rosie Rios worked for the United States treasury up til 2014. She literally signed the $100 bill. Google it. She left that plum job to join Ripple! Listen to what she says here:

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View matthau's Profile matthau Flag South Croydon 03 Dec 21 11.29pm Send a Private Message to matthau Add matthau as a friend

Plus all the central banks from around the globe have been stock piling gold reserves in a big way for the first time in over a decade. Are we heading back to a gold reserve? We left that when Nixon moved us over to petrodollar on the 70s.

But if xrp is going to be the connecting coin to central banks for each country- a universal fixed price of metal might be introduced to back it up? Who knows but their definitely buying

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View rikz's Profile rikz Flag Croydon 04 Dec 21 9.05am Send a Private Message to rikz Add rikz as a friend

I see the benefit of a digital currency, we are entering the digital era, most people would have seen a cashless society becoming inevitable. Its crazy in this day and age where the world is becoming more and more globalised, everything needs to be instant, it takes between 3-5 days to send money internationally and is also quite expensive. It makes sense for our monetary system to be improved.

I dont understand this conspiracy theory angle, CIA, covid, financial reset etc if our system can be improved why the need to pull the wool over people's eyes to do it ? Surely they can just implement it openly ?

 

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View Badger11's Profile Badger11 Flag Beckenham 04 Dec 21 9.11am Send a Private Message to Badger11 Add Badger11 as a friend

Agreed the central banks have been trying to create a global currency since the seventies various ideas have fallen flat.

It is only a matter of time before a crypto currency backed by the FED, BOE and other institutions comes into existence, of course those fans of Bitcoin etc. will hate the idea of government control but it's coming.

just like pirate radio eventually the establishment co-ops it for their own.

 


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View matthau's Profile matthau Flag South Croydon 04 Dec 21 4.15pm Send a Private Message to matthau Add matthau as a friend

Originally posted by rikz

I see the benefit of a digital currency, we are entering the digital era, most people would have seen a cashless society becoming inevitable. Its crazy in this day and age where the world is becoming more and more globalised, everything needs to be instant, it takes between 3-5 days to send money internationally and is also quite expensive. It makes sense for our monetary system to be improved.

I dont understand this conspiracy theory angle, CIA, covid, financial reset etc if our system can be improved why the need to pull the wool over people's eyes to do it ? Surely they can just implement it openly ?

The reason why would be is, the more folks wake up to iso20022 (please look into this not just xrp) and the more than invest, the less chance this future economy will work. If price stays affordable for another two years half the planet will own the right coins. So there has to be a moment where regulations come in (this is not conspiracy- Biden is pushing regulations right now this moment) and coins with real use case take over. Rather than things like shiba Inu that do nothing but offer investment. All the iso coins plus quant coin (seriously investigate this one) will transfer money/transactions etc) and because of that price will eventually shoot whether tons of folks have bought it or not

But that can’t be a gradual process because the world needs its working ants.

At the very least question why this isn’t front page financial news. Check how many banks have signed up to xrp but publically promote Bitcoin. Even El Salvador who use Bitcoin have papers proving use of xrp. I’ll try my best to find that. My phone is full lol

 

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View matthau's Profile matthau Flag South Croydon 04 Dec 21 4.18pm Send a Private Message to matthau Add matthau as a friend

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Found the at for now. So El Salvador have publically declared they’re using Bitcoin right? But if you look deeper- doesn’t take too long to see that the real infrastructure they are putting in place is different. They are utilising Algorand coin Algorand will be another winner and is a part of the iso20022 chosen coins that banks will use.

Algorand will be huge but not quite as big as xrp. But owning both will do you well

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View matthau's Profile matthau Flag South Croydon 04 Dec 21 4.19pm Send a Private Message to matthau Add matthau as a friend

This guys channel is a great source of info

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View matthau's Profile matthau Flag South Croydon 04 Dec 21 4.53pm Send a Private Message to matthau Add matthau as a friend

And to aid my overnight conspiracy lol. I know. But check federal reserve:

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This ties in with xrp being put thru regulations right now. If it’s regulated and if there’s any kind of crash that happens in same time span, all the money would flow into these coins. Even if there isn’t a crash, being regulated might be enough.

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