While institutional interest towards Bitcoin has tanked in recent times, RippleNet keeps bringing in new partnerships involving financial institutions around the globe. A short while ago, the network was able to engage Faysal Bank’s attention which is one of the signature corporations based in Pakistan.
Brad going to put the dots on the I’s and crossing the T’s tomorrow???
Looking forward ! pic.twitter.com/bx3hLiTID2
— ⚡️XRPTwin 🦔 (@xrptwin) October 7, 2019
The OffTheChain podcast featuring Anthony Pompliano [BTC enthusiast and partner at Morgan Creek Digital] and Brad Garlinghouse has been released for paid subscribers. The wait for the rest of the world will only last a day longer as the podcast will be publicly available on Spotify from tomorrow.
Irrespective of whether you’re an XRP HODLer and critic I’d advise you to not miss this specific event. Pomp’s podcasts are objective, and Anthony says Brad has answered all questions leveled at him.
The CEO of Ripple was recently interviewed by Fortune magazine, where he expresses genuine doubt towards the launch of LIBRA which is scheduled to be fully unleashed by 2020. Regulatory uncertainty has been a major barrier for Mark Zuckerberg and David Marcus; Mark has been asked to testify before members belonging to the U.S. Congress once again.
According to Brad, LIBRA’s association with Facebook led to the project gathering negative reviews. Facebook has been in hot water for quite a while. PayPal is no longer an official backer of this venture. Some believe that MasterCard, VISA and other organizations may follow suit.
Who would EVER have thought that #XRP would STILL be sub-thirty cents after an avalanche of great news over the last 2 years!? If you’re not well over your original XRP goal, you’re not trying very hard.
— DM Logic (@ImTheDebate) October 8, 2019