JPMorgan and now IBM supporting banks with stablecoins?
Shitposting aside, competition for Ripple's core business is really heating up and those are formidable competitors that have entrenched relationships in banking https://t.co/UqpqgjMXsl
#33kByJuly3018Moku //not_giving_away_ETH\\ - @CarpeNoctom1 month ago
I wouldn't be so sure. Looking at the real picture, world wire has been operating for some time and it's usage hasnt increased the value. Meaning the news of it is, and news always eventually fades.
Just being realistic so you don't gamble and lose out.
Problem is that after the news has been heard, the next thing that happens is that people ask "what now?".
If the "what now" cannot show that the value has a need to increase, it will generally dump.
For example if there was a token that held all of your personal information and you could decide to toggle the data on or off, advert agencies would have a need to pay for that data and the more exact and current that data was, would correlate with value.
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