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Susan Athey(Codius) @ Bitcoin Future 2018 podcast

Susan Athey(Codius) @ Bitcoin Future 2018 podcast submitted by FUBAR2208 to Ripple [link] [comments]

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Codius is now open source (smart contracts for Bitcoin and all crypto ledgers)

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I’m Stefan Thomas and I introduced millions of people to Bitcoin, was in charge of the technology for the third largest cryptocurrency, and hate blockchain. AMA!

Hello!
My name is Stefan Thomas. I started programming when I was four years old and have been addicted to it ever since.
Starting in 2010, I got involved with Bitcoin, produced the “What is Bitcoin?” video that introduced millions of people to Bitcoin, and created BitcoinJS, the first implementation of Bitcoin cryptography in the browser.
My dream was to make crypto-currency mainstream, so in 2012 I joined a startup called Ripple. I told them that I wanted to be a coder only, and not a manager. Eight months later, they made me CTO. While I was there, we built a blockchain that is 200x faster, 1000x cheaper, and vastly more energy-efficient than Bitcoin. The underlying cryptocurrency, XRP, is now the third-largest in the world.
I think cryptocurrency is a powerful idea, politically and economically. But managing a blockchain system at scale sucks. A shared ledger, by definition, is a tightly coupled system, something we engineers spend much of our time trying to avoid, with good reason. So what comes after blockchain?
Interledger is a (non-blockchain) payment protocol I helped create in 2015. Interledger is able to process transactions faster, and at a much larger scale than blockchain systems. It’s closer to something like TCP/IP - it has no global state and passes around little packets of money similar to how IP passes around packets of data.
Last year, I founded a company called Coil. We’re using Interledger to create a better business model for creators on the Web. Instead of putting a company in the middle like Spotify or Netflix, we’re putting an open standard in the middle and companies like ours compete to provide access. Some members of our community created a subreddit at CoilCommunity.
Proof: https://i.redd.it/5duaiw8yyuz21.jpg
Edit: Alright, I'm out of time. Thanks to everyone who asked questions and I hope my answers were helpful. Sorry if I didn't get to your question - I might go back to this page in the future and tweet or blog to address some of things that were left unanswered.
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Brad Garlinghouse At Swiss National Bank Conference.

Brad Garlinghouse At Swiss National Bank Conference. submitted by youni89 to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

XRP: By the Numbers

https://xrpcommunity.blog/xrp-by-the-numbers-2/
 
If you're a 'numbers person,' you are in luck: Today's blog is all about the key statistics of XRP!
 
I hope you enjoy the read!
 
Thanks & Sincerely,
-Hodor
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Codius: Smart Contracts Done Right

https://xrpcommunity.blog/codius-smart-contracts-done-right/
Smart contracts are an innovation that is at the start of its adoption cycle; eventually, you will see smart contracts being used all over the world and by a multitude of businesses and even governments. I describe how Ripple's Codius smart contract platform fits into this trend, and just how it compares to Ethereum's smart contract model.
Hope you enjoy the read & please leave any feedback below!
Sincerely, -Hodor
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Is this a risk?

I have been an investor in ripple for over a year. But recently I feel I may have found a potential risk before I didn't consider.
So xrp main use case as of now is a bridging currency. Also has other uses for nostra accounts if adoption gets to a certain point. For it realistically to be a bridging currency it would need to be the global reserve crypto. Liquidity in my opinion will the most important factor when deciding a bridging currency. There is so many fiat currency pairs in the world. It seems obvious to me the most used/liquid crypto will be the obvious bridging currency.
Ripple have tried to force liquidity.But for how long is this sustainable? When there is a major crypto in a number of years that has better liquidity. Why not just use that? Utility token like Ethereum is already more liquid and likely Ethereum or another utility token will be widely used and be very liquid naturally.
Ripple has a technology advantage at the moment. But for how long? Seems only a matter of time before other cryptos will have good enough technology to handle being a bridge currency.
I see ripple is also trying to expand with codius and coil. But are the odds of them becoming major player? They seem more a side project of ripple.
So its likely the global crypto will come about because of utility. Maybe bitcoin stays king. But its seems who becomes the King becomes the bridging currency because of the liquidity needed to be a bridging currency. So seems ripple are focusing on the wrong use case. Should be looking for another utility and then global/bridging currency will naturally come about as a by product.
So help me figure why my thought process is incorrect please.
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How I See The Genius That Is Ripple

So, let me get this straight...
In 2004, Ryan Fugger got this idea of creating a global decentralized monetary system that could allow individuals/communities to create their own money. This led to the creation of RipplePay.com (2005). - This was even before the release of the legendary Bitcoin whitepaper by Satoshi Nakamoto, which was in 2008.
Fast forwarding to 2011 : Jed McCaleb, Arthur Britto and David Schwartz get together, foresees the problems Bitcoin is going to face in the future (i.e. now), and starts developing a digital currency (XRP) which is faster, cheaper and more energy efficient than Bitcoin.
2012 : Chris Larsen joins the team. They approach Ryan Fugger, after long discussions, who handed over the reins. Thus, OpenCoin was founded.
2013 : OpenCoin becomes Ripple Labs.
2014 : Ripple, seeing the massive potential of blockchain technology, proposed Codius. Codius is a project to develop a new smart contract system. Ripple sort of benched Codius to focus on international remittances. - Ethereum was proposed late 2013 and went live in 2015.
Ripple's vision of "not one, but many blockchains" led to the creation of the Interledger Protocol which lets different blockchains and networks interoperate.
2018 : CODIUS IS BACK! Stefan Thomas (inventor of the Interledger Protocol) steps down as CTO of Ripple and launches his project Coil, which aims to allow micropayments for content management. It will be using Interledger Protocol, and carry XRP tokens for monetization.
My point is :
Ripple is building a completely game changing ecosystem. How ?
Well, they took on the top 2 cryptocurrencies....
[- Bitcoin focussed on being a global currency. But XRP can, right now, do everything Bitcoin can wayyy better. - Ethereum focussed on smart contracts. Codius is back ! Let's see where that goes.]
....and at the same time, they are on the cusp of ANNIHILATING, oh well, the biggest payment network in the world (SWIFT).

RipplesGlobalTakeover

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Get Ready: Hodor's Incomplete XRP Newsletter

https://xrpcommunity.blog/get-ready-hodors-incomplete-xrp-newslette
There's a LOT going on in crypto as we speak, and the two Congressional hearings were just a sample.
I analyze the testimony provided to Congress in both of those important hearings.
In addition, SBI Virtual Currencies has gone live now for all Japanese users, marking an important milestone. I believe SBI VC will have an enormous impact on sustained volume levels for XRP.
Two recent conferences featured Ripple representatives, and Ripple has begun organizing for the next SWELL Conference!
Last but not least, I make the case that the XRP Community should make more than a token effort to visibly and materially support businesses that in turn support XRP. While large Silicon Valley players address the high-profile use cases for XRP, the XRP Community can make significant inroads supporting retail businesses.
I hope you enjoy this latest blog - please leave any feedback below!
Thanks & Sincerely, -Hodor
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Codius: Smart Contracts Done Right

https://xrpcommunity.blog/codius-smart-contracts-done-right/
Smart contracts are an innovation that is at the start of its adoption cycle; eventually, you will see smart contracts being used all over the world and by a multitude of businesses and even governments. I describe how Ripple's Codius smart contract platform fits into this trend, and just how it compares to Ethereum's smart contract model.
Hope you enjoy the read & please leave any feedback below!
Sincerely, -Hodor
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I need clarification on some XRP-related matter

Some of these questions may sound dumb to some of you; please understand, I’m a bit brain-dead.
  1. Ripple Inc. says there are more than 50 exchanges trading XRP. Why are all 50+ not listed on the following page: xrpcharts.ripple.com/#/xrp-markets? Is there an official list with all the exchanges? [If that page lists only partners, as u/mikenard77 noted, then why is SBI vc not on the 'list' yet?] [thanks again btw; just wanted to see your / anyone's opinion on SBI vc]
  2. On the following page, xrpcharts.ripple.com/#/, what is the difference between the [1] XRP Ledger trade volume (all pairs) and the [2] XRP Ledger Payment Volume? Like, in most plain English possible, what's the difference between an exchange, a trade and a payment / why are they different volumes?
  3. On the xrpcharts.ripple.com/#/trade-volume page, why does CNY account for almost half of the volume? I know JPY and KRW are the two most common currencies XRP is exchanged for, so how does this add up? [Add on: u/Rancymancy's comment about wash trading makes sense. Thanks again]
  4. Why does the xrpcharts.ripple.com/#/ page calculate the market cap using all of the XRP’s in existence; why do other sites value the market cap using only the ~39B [distributed] XRP? To me it'd make sense to calculate the market cap using all of them, not just the ~39B. [Which, in-effect, means we've already surpassed Bitcoin's cap in the past [the notorious flippening]].
  5. Can anyone give an example of a product/service that could be created through [for us laymen to better understand] [Add on: u/Sesquipedalian_EUW gave quite a nice overview, thanks!]:
Many thanks in advance!
Addition: Thanks everyone for all the help; I love my XRP community!
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Codius Hosting

So I will preface this by stating I'm not the most IT inclined guy, but I do have the resources to learn and set up a server from home to act as a Codius host.
I have a couple questions that someone with better understanding of Codius could probably help with.
-What is the benefit of being a host? Both to the community and for the selfish reasons.
-What kind of energy consumption would I be looking at, i.e. will this be a bitcoin mining situation where I'm blowing my powerbill and not really seeing decent returns to justify it?
-What kind of maintenance would you be looking at? Is this a matter of setting it up, leaving it on, and letting it run, or is their daily management required to keep it running well?
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Lets Talk about Codius!

David Schwartz had this to say yesterday in his AMA on Codius
"Codius can act as a generic, trustless counterparty. Such a gateway built on Codius could allow Ethereum, bitcoin, and other digital assets to trade on the XRP Ledger without that risk of counterparty failure.
And, of course, the XRP Ledger has features like XRP autobridging that make it very efficient to provide liquidity to and from XRP for assets that trade on it."
Now I am no expert, but I am shocked this isnt gaining more attention.
Could codius solve bitcoins transaction fee problems?
It allows XRP to act as a bridge for other CCs just seems amazingly complicated to me. But seems like this could be huge, and allow all other CCs to use the 1500 transactions a second XRP is capable of.
Is this example correct; Person A is trying to send person B 1 bitcoin. Which has quite a big transaction fee, I believe around 1-2 percent. So person B is now getting 0.99-0.98 BTC.
Whereas Codius, would source the cheapest XRP, convert Person As bitcoin to XRP, send XRP to person B instantly, for minimum fees, then transfer back to BTC? All being faster and cheaper than previous options?
Would this not help the entire Crypto market? I feel like this would be huge.
What am I not understanding correctly?
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XRP - Azrael

tl;dr: XRP is Azrael. I want to know who it's victims are going to be.

If you've been here for even weeks, you know how much FUD is out there about XRP. It's a bankers coin that banks will never use, somehow. It's too centralized while somehow bitcoin is not. It's a security while somehow eth is not. You've likely seen the idea floating around that there is severe manipulation by exchanges and other major players to keep BTC/ETH on the top in order to maximize profits when the coins fork. If you got here recently, you may have even been a victim of the anti-XRP sentiment and had to deprogram yourself from it. Good on you!

But why is it all out there? Why is XRP so toxic outside of its strongholds? I think I may have figured it out...

I honestly believe XRP is the Azrael of the Crypto world. Those familiar with Abrahamic Religions know he is the Angel of Destruction and Renewal of the Hebrew Bible. In other words, XRP is a coin killer. It is the only coin with a use case that is in production (there's an argument that ETH got there first, but I'd argue they're still in the proof of concept phase), and it already has its sights on the second and third use cases with Codius (Eth) and Coil (BAT and possibly TRX). Couple this with regulation and you're going to see a vastly different landscape in this market.

XRP is toxic because it holds the blade that will slit the throat of their chosen one.

In 2019 I expect to see even more coins added to this list as more and more developers flock to XRP. Next in line (in my opinion) are the privacy coins, since we've recently discovered that there are privacy capabilities within XRP. I'm eagerly looking forward to learning more about this but info is very scarce. I don't have a source for this, it was in a thread that I saw about 2 weeks ago. I've done a light bit of searching but was unable to find it. Edit: https://www.reddit.com/Ripple/comments/8t2vm9/encrypted_secure_messaging_using_the_xrp_ledge

This community is ahead of the curve in this space, there's very little doubt about that. What I want to do is tap into that with a few simple questions:

What other coins are you invested in?
Is the market that said coin(s) is targeting a viable option for XRP based off what we currently know about the capabilities of XRP?
If so, do you see those coins retaining their market when put up against XRP and why?

Coins that I see being made obsolete:
BTC, ETH, Any coin distributed on the ETH network, BAT, TRX, DOGE.

I say DOGE because it gets it's new found value and stability off of the DOGE/ETH connection. Short of finding a new use case I see it staying the joke coin that's used by a community for tipping once ETH is assassinated, however the unlimited supply severely hinders the long term potential of the value of the asset.

I'm looking forward to your opinions!
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Is Ripple becoming a treat?

Ripple Smart Contracts Creator Targets Ethereum with New Tech Launch (Codius)
https://www.coindesk.com/ripple-smart-contracts-creator-targets-ethereum-new-tech-launch/
Codius works differently than smart contracts in Bitcoin or Ethereum. The contracts run on independent hosts without an underlying blockchain, similar to traditional hosting. This allows them to interact with any service or API, scale infinitely, and read from or write to any blockchain. The key challenge of smart contracts — interoperability — was solved.
Another benefit of Codius is that it gives the choice of programming language back to the user. Rather than having to write software in strange, special purpose languages like Solidity, developers can write contracts using any common language, including C++, Java, JavaScript, C#, and so on. This massively lowers the barrier to entry and makes smart contracts available to much wider audience.
Despite the increased functionality, running software on Codius will be cheaper than on-chain on a system like Ethereum... A Codius contract can run on an unlimited number of hosts giving it greater decentralization than any existing blockchain can offer.
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Smart Contracts (Codius) Ripple

https://medium.com/coil/codius-smart-contracts-made-from-containers-b3b16c3e3890
Codius works differently than smart contracts in Bitcoin or Ethereum. The contracts run on independent hosts without an underlying blockchain, similar to traditional hosting. This allows them to interact with any service or API, scale infinitely, and read from or write to any blockchain. The key challenge of smart contracts — interoperability — was solved.
Another benefit of Codius is that it gives the choice of programming language back to the user. Rather than having to write software in strange, special purpose languages like Solidity, developers can write contracts using any common language, including C++, Java, JavaScript, C#, and so on. This massively lowers the barrier to entry and makes smart contracts available to much wider audience.
Despite the increased functionality, running software on Codius will be cheaper than on-chain on a system like Ethereum... A Codius contract can run on an unlimited number of hosts giving it greater decentralization than any existing blockchain can offer.
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Can ASIC miners run hosts?

Specifically, I have an antminer s3 that's sitting dormant as I've lost all desire to mine bitcoin.
Can I use this for Codius somehow?
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Hesitancy at $15 all-time highs. Why?

Why is the market hesitating at $15? Why the fear to embrace number one spot? Is there some inferiority complex about Bitcoin? Ethereum has learnt from Bitcoin's drawbacks and taken things to a new level. That's something to embrace and be proud of. Not being afraid of taking number one spot (and all the responsibility that goes with it) is something we need to step up to the plate on.
The fear in the market is a new kid on the block emerging. But where are they? Ethereum is the only proven smart contract platform out there and it's built, tested, deployed and proven to be scalable. That's something to be amazed at and proud of. If I was the owner of some "secret tech" cryptocurrency company I would be petrified about the thing actually working in the real world as planned. I would also be making damn sure that I had every feature of Ethereum's ticked plus at least three other very compelling features/reasons for the crypto community to switch over. I haven't seen it. We had Ripple, but they killed their Codius smart contract platform - why???
In summary, I think the fear of new kids is over-stated. There are no other major reasons for hesitancy in my view.
The market cap is amazing, ETH is firmly the world's #2 cryptocurrency, the community is amazing, the daily transaction volume is on a par (and often exceeds) Bitcoin's daily volume, Vitalik and the folks are ethereum.org are awe inspiring, ETH beats BTC on every single feature, and last but not least: the Dapp developers. The sheer number of Solidity projects popping up on github is a sign of true health.
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rippling doesn't work as well on a blockchain

Reposting my post from here: https://forum.ethereum.org/discussion/2196/building-ripple-on-ethereum
celticwarrior72: How feasible would it be to construct a Ripple clone on Ethereum?
markjenkins: You can build something like Counterparty or maybe even something like BitShares on top of Ethereum (harder problem), but Ripple is a different beast.
Don't think of Ripple as simply a place to record counter party relationships (debts). Their ledger allows you to make payments that depend on a chain reaction of balance trading through many, many counterparties. That's the rippling.
Such transactions do not work as well on a blockchain. You need a network that can come to a truly finalized concensus very quickly to make rippling work. The more rippling your transaction requires the greater the chance that someone else's transaction is going to be in conflict in terms of which chains of counter party liquidity is available to make make the transaction possible.
User's expect that the process of making a payment is a one time action that requires no follow up or waiting to see if the transaction is going through. It's perfectly fine if the receiver is stuck waiting for confirmation, but for sender it has to be pay and walk away.
A blockchain is able to deliver this sending user experience if the user is directly moving a token from themselves to another party. All the user has to done is include a high enough transaction fee and not double spend.
But if Alice is paying Bob through several intermediate chains of Carols, there's no way for Alice to just send payment and walk away. There's always the risk that one of the intermediate Carols will no longer have the liquidity Alice thought they had.
Short block times combined with Alice waiting for the first block doesn't solve this problem. if Alice is directly sending a token to Bob then only Bob has to worry about Alice having enough hashing power to double spend through an alternative block chain so Bob just waits until enough confirmations take place to make this unfeasable -- Alice can just send a walk away.
With a transaction that depends on a whole bunch of Carols in between it becomes the case that Alice, Bob, and all the other Carols have to worry about one of the other Carols double spending in a manner the invalidates Alice's transaction.
For it to work at all, Alice would have to keep re-connecting and checking that her transaction happened.
Rippling is a lot more smooth on the Ripple protocol. Naturally this does come at a cost, the ripple consensus process doesn't allow anyone to participate as a contributing validator (you can run the daemon and validate the network, but nobody will care about your work), whereas mining a blockchain is open to all without asking. Meaningful validators on Ripple are listed by other validators as being trusted to not collude with other validators. In order to grant this trust, you really have to know something about the identify of a given validator and not just randomly trust other potential Sybils to not collude.
Because of this downside, it's going to take awhile for Ripple's validator network to get built out to be fairly distributed and decentralized. And such a network can never be as transaction sending censorship resistant as a blockchain, so blockchain technology is definitely going to be here to stay for direct exchange of tokens and other cool applications.
The new Stellar design is going to be a little more organic for build-out, but they also acknowledge that it won't have the same censorship resistance properties as proof of work blockchains.
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Rival smart contract platforms?

I don't know of any other ways to write a smart contract other than on Ethereum network.
There was Codius (Ripple), but that got killed? And there's folks sniffing around with the idea of grafting a smart contract layer on top of Bitcoin (a bit like trying to attach a rocket to an old steam train).
So that leaves just us, right?
And even if a NKOTB did show up, what features could they bring?
We here in Ethereum are at the event horizon into something new and something amazing. We're gazing into a whole new world that we haven't even begun to comprehend. But what is holding us back? I fear it's ourselves.
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Haskell and Ethereum

It seems almost inevitable that more and more financial transactions will be based on cryptocurrency and blockchain technologies such as bitcoin. There are many projects attempting to generalize blockchain transactions into a wider field of decentralized trustless platforms, one of the most notable being Ethereum.org, which is attempting to turn the blockchain idea into a global shared virtual machine (the EVM). Ethereum promises to make complex transactions, like for example decentralized escrow, fairly trivial to encode.
So it, goes without saying that type safety and purity are really helpful for financial applications. I'm wondering who is interested in discussing in a constructive way what we can do to make Haskell a go-to language for these types of applications. (I'm focusing on Ethereum here because it seems to have a combination of being the most open, well funded and far along, but there are others coming notably Ripple is building Codius, I believe along similar lines.)
My questions are:
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Ripple's New Ethereum Killer Codius - Ripple's Codius. The Ethereum Killer. Evan Schwartz Ripple, Interledger, Codius Ripple's Codius Smart Contract Platform Has Launched! Codius - Beyond Bitcoin Episode 20

Enterprise Grade: Codius is expected to become a crucial component of Ripple’s enterprise-grade financial network. Codius is designed to be integrated for banking and enterprise roles. Connected: “Codius can talk to anything connected to the internet,” explains Ripple. Ripple Codius Release Date. Codius is a mysterious project. The ... Bitcoin. ETH Ether. LTC Litecoin. BCH Bitcoin Cash. BNB Binance Coin. EOS EOS. XRP XRP. XLM Lumens. LINK Chainlink. DOT Polkadot. YFI Yearn.finance. Suggested Currencies. USD US Dollar. IDR Indonesian Rupiah. TWD New Taiwan Dollar. EUR Euro. KRW South Korean Won. JPY Japanese Yen. RUB Russian Ruble. CNY Chinese Yuan. Fiat Currencies. AED United Arab Emirates Dirham . ARS Argentine Peso. AUD ... There are many reasons why smart contracts are so popular these days. They are a natural extension of existing blockchain technology, but they also introduce a lot of new opportunities. Codius is looking to make The Codius ecosystem works differently from existing smart contracts associated with either Bitcoin or Ethereum. It relies on independent hosts without an underlying blockchain. As such, the concept works more like an API, but one with infinite scaling possibilities and the capacity to read from and write to any existing or future blockchain in the ecosystem. What is Codius? Codius makes it easy to develop applications that are: secure and distributed; modular, forkable, and constantly improving; integrated with web technologies ; independent of their developers; These are smart programs. Smart programs can encode the logic of agreements or “smart contracts”, or their functionality can extend far beyond the realm of contracts. With Codius ...

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Ripple's New Ethereum Killer Codius - "Ripple XRP Is Not A Security": SEC

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