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Sure. Because network usage is on the lowest since 2016.

It had 200k unconfirmed transactions and $40 fees at some point. Yeah the bubble popped and nobody is using it anymore. Amazing.

Actually it's because more and more are adopting segwit and because exchanges are executing multi batch sends

Transaction outputs haven't changed.
Segwit use hasn't changed (

>Coinbase is implementing segwit
>Segwit use hasn't changed.

this is how you know we've reached the bottom. if you're still waiting for 6k you're wrong.

-Ripple consistently handles 1,500 transactions per second, 24x7.
-Payment channels can process 10s of 1000s of transactions per second.

-A standard transaction costs just 0.00001 XRP.
-The cost is not paid to any party: it's irrevocably destroyed.

[Real-world use]
-5 institusions are currently using XRP (MoneyGram, Cuallix, FlashFX, IDT and MercuryFX).
-Many banks are currently using xCurrent. Since xRapid is cheaper (saves up to 60%) and provides final settlement, they are likely to transition to it.
-Bichip will use XRP in its RFID chips.
-A w3c standard that Ripple helped develop (and was demo'd by Microsoft) will be available in all major browsers, it'll facilitate paying with XRP.

-The supply is fixed.
-Unlike Bitcoin, there's no inflation. Bitcoin uses PoW which relies on inflation and/or high fees. Bitcoin requires $18M of net new $ flowing in just to maintain the price!!

-Unlike Bitcoin, double-spending isn't possible. Bitmain (a Chinese company) can rollback Bitcoin's chain and bunkrupt the whole ecosystem.
-An attack could only stop new transactions temporarily. Participants would simply remove bad participants from their list

-Each participant can run a validator and use his own list of validators.
-validators role is to agree on an order for new transactions
-10s of reputable public & private entities around the world are currently running validators (e.g., Microsoft, MIT, CGI, WorldLink, Bahnhof,..)
-Consensus for the order of new transactions requires a supermajority of 80%

-XRP is a revenue source for Ripple Labs. This aligns its incentives with XRP hodlers. It uses the revenue to improve the tech and expand XRP's marketshare.
-Ripple Labs share is locked in 55 batches on the network. Only one batch can be unlocked per month. It would take them 5 years to unlock them all. XRP is sold only to long term investors (i.e., they can't dump).

I can't think of a more dead coin than Cripple.

i did a

I recall when one user lost a lot of ripple because one US official node went down lol. Stop believing in this centralized, censorable, non-sequitur of a shitcoin.It is literally identical to a ledger used within a bank.

Coinbase hasn't implemented it yet.
Fees went down because the bubble popped and nobody is using it anymore, not because of Coinbase implementing segwit in the future.

>People stop sending bitcoin
>Fees go down

Really made me thunk

are core cucks celebrating nobody is using btc anymore? are they fucking retarded?

Its actually because of transaction batching

>interledger soon
>codius soon

looking forward to your pink wojaks
never happened. it's the only big cap coin that never rolled back the chain nor censored a transaction


it's actually more decentralized than bitcoin

-One company has more than 50% of the hashpower (Bitmain)
-One oppressive country has more than 50% of hashpower (China)
-One company has a monopoly on creating efficient ASIC Bitcoin miners thanks to patents (Bitmain)
-One company can rollback the chain and bankrupt the entire ecosystem (Bitmain)

-10s of validators run by reputable non-related public and private entities in different countries (e.g., Microsoft, MIT, CGI, WorldLink, Telindus-Proximus Group, Bahnhof, ...)
-double spending not possible (the chain can't be rolled back)
-Consesus requires a supermajority of 80%
-Anyone can run a validator and use his own list of validators

pic related is the owner of and

What are you talking about? Haha. When has Bitcoin ever rolled back a transaction? How can you believe this BS?

as expected, a retarded ignorant newfag.

>segwit implementation relies on others also using segwit
>segwit is not gaining adoption
Off yourself, retard.

No one cares about cripple anymore. No one will use it. You're absolutely desperate.

not even close


>over +100 banks including Bank of England and Saudi Arabian Monetary Authority
>"no one cares about Cripple"

looking forward to your pink wojaks, pajeet


Absolutely desperate.

Look at

*over 100

just announced:
Itaú Unibanco, Brazil’s largest private sector bank and Latin America’s biggest bank by market capitalization; IndusInd, a leading private sector bank in India; and InstaReM, a major remittance provider based in Singapore, will use xCurrent to provide faster, more transparent cross-border payments to other financial institutions around the world.

Two fast-growing global remittance providers, Beetech in Brazil and Zip Remit in Canada, will both use xVia to open payment corridors for their customers around the world. Additionally, both will look to establish a connection for their customers into China, an opportunity that is now possible thanks to the recent addition of LianLian International to RippleNet earlier this month.

If my tag is red we going down to 4k.

And some of the earliest blocks in ripple don't exist and can't be audited. Big whup.

Bitcoin developers killed the use case for bitcoin, celebrates it's death.

congrats on this, seriously

>its green

moon incoming

only the headers are missing, hashes still exist. Unlike bitcoin, each "ledger" contains the full ledger, so it's not an issue.

and they were lost not because of a protocol or code issue, they were lost simply because of hard disk failure, Ripple was at an early phase and wasn't even acquired by a company yet. they voted not to start over because it's not a big deal.

It's the opposite of red, 14k incoming.

>Two addresses received 92.2 billion bitcoins each, and whoever solved the block got an extra 0.01 BTC