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How do I buy xdc here in America?

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How is XDC so slept on in the crypto world

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XDC is way undervalued and overlooked

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How is XDC so slept on it does everything people want

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Got a New Token? Try Atomx Service for Trustless Trading

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Updated - Top Performing Crypto 2023 YTD (Top 100 MC only)

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How do I buy XDC if I’m in the United States?

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Big crypto trends we could observe in the future

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UK Parliament Written Evidence Showcasing XDC Trade Network Solution for Trade Finance…

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Tokenized U.S. Treasuries Arrive to XDC Network as Digital Bond Market Grows

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Bitcoin’s sideways price action leads traders to focus on SHIB, UNI, MKR and XDC

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Bitcoin’s sideways price action leads traders to focus on SHIB, UNI, MKR and XDC

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Does this count as Evening Star?

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XDC Network Has Partnered with the Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) Singapore by Completing Their Integration with TradeTrust Digital Utility

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XRP, QNT, XLM, HBAR, MIOTA, XDC, ALGO, and ADA certified as ISO 20022-compliant

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SBI Joins Forces with XDC Network to Boost Expansion in Japan's Financial Sector

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XDC Network gets Japanese foothold via partnership with SBI subsidiary

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XRP, XLM, CFX, XDC and MASK rank among the top 5 altcoin gainers in March

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COREUM touts fastest blockchain with 7000 transactions per second.

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SWIFT implementation of ISO 20022 launches on Monday, March 20th

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Why do you all love Bitcoin?

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The Silent move to a new financial paradigm

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New XDC Website!

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Discover Galileo Protocol | NFT Protocol For Physical Assets | First Quant Network QRC-20 Token Sale | Public Sale and Seed round are now LIVE on LCX!

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Galileo Protocol introduces NFT Protocol For Physical Assets | First Quant Network QRC-20 Token Sale | Seed round and Public sale are now LIVE!

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Galileo Protocol: NFT Protocol For Physical Assets - First Quant Network QRC-20 Token Sale - Public Sale and seed round are now LIVE!

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Galileo Protocol: NFT Protocol For Physical Assets - First Quant Network QRC-20 Token Sale - Public Sale and seed round are now LIVE!

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Galileo Protocol: NFT Protocol For Physical Assets - First Quant Network QRC-20 Token Sale - Public Sale and seed round are now LIVE!

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Help w/ friend's theories of ISO 20022/CBDCs going to the moon

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DAG or XDC?

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XDC Price Analysis August 2022

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In a World where banks rule and create money out of thin air through fractional reserve banking, how will crypto currency play a role? What incentive do these banks have to get rid of the fiat system? I see a list of crypto currencies that will be pushed through the ISO 20022.

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Ethereum scaling solution XDC Network presents XDPOS2.0, an enhanced consensus for scalability and forensics.

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I need to point out the cognitive dissonance of XRP HODLers and influencers...it's pretty baffling.

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Missed Doge Coin? Here Comes Superr Doge, Presale Filled Within Seconds

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Thoughts on XDC Coin Distribution, anyone?

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I want to hear from you.

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XDC Network celebrates the 3 Year of Mainnet on 1 June.

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iso20022 and the Five Cryptos that Comply

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Where can I buy XDC from the US?

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No one’s talking about the SWIFT banking rework this a November

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Another red crypto Friday. TRX (+25.28%), ANC (+17.27%) and XDC (+6.92%) showed the most active growth this week, and APE (-40.55%), GMT (-37.81%) and KAVA (-28.47%) dropped down more than others. Bitcoin’s price is $35.9k and Ethereum’s one is $2.7k.

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cashing out a large sum - are you familiar with CDC

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kucoin and bitmart arbitrage opportunity 19% profits!!

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Latest XRC20 tokens built on XinFin — XDC network

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Introduction to the XDC Network Masternode App with Improved Features.

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International effect of kicking Russia out of SWIFT and how it correlates to ISO20022 supported crypto?

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XDC Origin — A User-Friendly Token Creation Tool for XDC Network

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XDC is the official jersey sponsor of MLS soccer team DC United

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List of terms/technologies and ideas that exist in the cryptocurrency/blockchain space.

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XDC The Ethereum Killer, xdc.art, Digital, 2022

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Is XDC the Ethereum Killer? Near zero gas fees, 2 second transaction time, 2000+ TPS, Full Ethereum Interoperability, Trillion dollar Industry Trade Finance Settlement Token

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Is XDC the Ethereum Killer? Near zero gas fees, 2 second transaction time, 2000+ TPS, Full Ethereum Interoperability, Trillion dollar Industry Trade Finance Settlement Token

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Is XDC the Ethereum Killer? Near zero gas fees, 2 second transaction time, 2000+ TPS, Full Ethereum Interoperability, Trillion dollar Industry Trade Finance Settlement Token

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XDC Roadmap — 2022! This year we will see more utility and adoption!

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What is XDC Network? (in simple terms)

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What is XDC Network? (in simple terms)

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All projects with a ticker starting with "X" are probably dying

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Trustology to Underpin XinFin’s Layer 1 XDC Network

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Trustology to Underpin XinFin’s Layer 1 XDC Network

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XinFin Network (XDC) vs. Klaytn (KLAY) [2021]

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Cries in ISO20022 Coins, XRP, XLM, XDC, ALGO, IOTA

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XDC (XinFin) is the perfect coin for the pump

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Add XDC network to Metamask and send your XDC. [Metamask](https://docs.xdc.community/get-details/wallet-integration/metamask)

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What coins? You might be able to sell to USDT (I was) then sent to Perawallet on Algorand for a $2 fee. If they are projects not supported by your normal CEX, send to Metamask. Projects I had there were XRP, XDC, and SHIB. Had to sell SHIB to USDT.

The SEC named about 2/3 of the Top100 securities. Polygon, BNB, AVAX, XDC you name it. The SEC is a mere joke. Also, this concerns the USA. With the coming MiCa regulations, we Europes are safe regarding the SECs stupidity. The other point lies more heavy. There are some concerns about mismanagement and the intentions of Silvio Micali and the foundation. But nothing very substantial I guess, havent heard about it in months. I would bet good money, that Algo still exists 18 Months from now and is doing better than ever.

Because XRP is ISO 20222 compliant. One of only 7. Banks trust ISO. The whole quantum AI controlled financial system is going to be built on these coins. List of ISO 20022 compliant cryptocurrencies XRP (XRP) Quant (QNT) Algorand (ALGO) Stellar (XLM) Hedera (HBAR) IOTA (MIOTA) XDC Network (XDC) Don't get me wrong, I'm for decentralization like most cryptos. But the question was the future of XRP and this I think is where its headed.

XDC will be part of UAE asset tokenization… have found it difficult to find support on US exchanges, though.

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Sorry if this has been asked before, I'm currently invested in DAG and XDC. I've been trying to research info on them positive and negative, but I can't seem to find recent news. It's like they're stagnant. I've been considering dropping those 2 and reallocating them into CSPR and HBAR. Any thoughts?

XRP is already obsolete. Lots of other coins are far superior tech, like XDC for example. XRP intended use case has already proven not to be economically viable. If ever there would be utility with the financial institutions it would be on a private ledger to no benefit of the retail investor. XRP does have real utility in the fact that it is widely available and relatively cheap to send between exchanges and wallets. It's a good onramp and offramp. If XDC ever gets noticed enough to be as widely known and listed it would be preferred over XRP. XLM is already on XRP heels. The Market Cap of XRP is already close to saturation. I'd be surprised if there was a spike to $5 and a long term value of $3. That's about a 5x from current pricing. XDC and XLM, to name two examples of better technology to fill XRP onramp shoes, could easily 10x and still have more room to grow than XRP does now. The only hope XRP has of more valuation than $3 is alot of hype like the meme toke9get which is always fleeting and since XRP competition will also benefit from that price action there's really no basis to claim XRP is a smart investment. Unfortunately at the time XRP had real potential it was suppressed by the eth people and the sec so now it's just a has been. My hypothesis is that Ripple has spent millions on shilling over the years whilst they dump on us and that Jeb leaving Ripple with a bunch of XRP was just a PR move so they didn't have to explain the dumping to the public.

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Lulz. Curious how many different ones you hold. Aside from the vocal culty XRP people, I would imagine that most don’t hold 100% XRP. Those people will have their day, it just won’t be as big as they think. Ripple has been making moves. I’m just curious why someone wouldn’t buy some of these remittance tokens, whether that be XRP, XLM, XDC, etc. It may not be the same vision as say, Bitcoin or ETH, but it does run efficiently and have a use case for the current financial system to transition into. Everybody hates on XRP because it’s “centralized garbage”. If you think the world has a higher likelyhood to transition full on decentralized like Bitcoin instead of using a low cost network like Stellar of XRPL, then I think you’re lying to yourself.

tldr; Elon Musk's 'everything app' X, previously known as Twitter, is speculated to integrate cryptocurrencies into its payment system, with a verified account hinting at this development. The crypto community is excited about the potential inclusion of digital currencies, particularly XRP, XLM, and XDC, due to their efficiency. Musk's past engagement with Dogecoin has also led to speculation that it might be featured in X's payment options. The integration, expected to launch by mid-2024, could significantly impact the use and value of cryptocurrencies in mainstream applications. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.

Try XLM & XDC

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Not XRP, XLM, XDC?

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Depends on what chain your coin is on. XDC has a Company called Globiance. They are a regulated financial entity that operates in numerous parts of the world. They are an exchange and can be the custodian of large sums of money in the cryptocurrency world. They are a Fiat on/off ramp and being regulation compliant is their #1 priority. Check em’ out.

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I like XPR. I think the fact that XDC Network has onboarded Andre Casterman (worked at SWIFT for 24 years and was an MD) is pretty major with his knowledge of MLETR and industry experience.

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Copy & Pasted from my reply to another post: **XDC** **- Lots of development in 2023.** Hosting/Participating in blockchain events/conferences, etc. **- ISO 20022 Compliant** which is good in the lenses of regulation. **- MLETR** XDC is working on a trade network that is MLETR compliant. MLETR is a kind of model/framework which aims to unify/streamline global trade when looking through the lenses of blockchain and the passing of information/data/documents etc. MLETR is cited in the UN Commission on International Trade law, World Trade Organisation, Australian Govt., G7 Talk, ASEAN, ICC, and many more governing bodies - so this is good for XDC. **- R3 Corda. has a bridge with XDC.** XDC is being used as a settlement layer there. They have been working and integrating with other partners as well. **- Founders/Directors/Leadership** Look educated, experienced, and competent enough for me to not consider a major risk. **- Fast transaction, etc. etc.** but that's not really a unique claim Hasn't really pumped as hard yet from this pump cycle either. I don't really see much people talk about it, so I guess there is still that chance of it coming out and pumping from that. Anyways, I've got a fat bag of XDC and know nothing technical about blockchain but from what I've seen, XDC seems like a very solid project. Happy Holidays and good luck in your investment journey!

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**XDC** \- **Lots of development in 2023.** Hosting/Participating in blockchain events/conferences, etc. **- ISO 20022 Compliant** which is good in the lenses of regulation. \- **MLETR** XDC is working on a trade network that is MLETR compliant. MLETR is a kind of model/framework which aims to unify/streamline global trade when looking through the lenses of blockchain and the passing of information/data/documents etc. MLETR is cited in the UN Commission on International Trade law, World Trade Organisation, Australian Govt., G7 Talk, ASEAN, ICC, and many more governing bodies - so this is good for XDC. **- R3 Corda.** has a bridge with XDC. XDC is being used as a settlement layer there. They have been working and integrating with other partners as well. **- Founders/Directors/Leadership** Look educated, experienced, and competent enough for me to not consider a major risk. **- Fast transaction, etc. etc. but that's not really a unique claim** ​ Hasn't really pumped as hard yet from this pump cycle either. I don't really see much people talk about it, so I guess there is still that chance of it coming out and pumping from that. Anyways, I've got a fat bag of XDC and know nothing technical about blockchain but from what I've seen, XDC seems like a very solid project. Happy Holidays and good luck in your investment journey!

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XDC—those who know, know.

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Firstly, BTC, ETH, XRP, XLM & KAS will all be here in years to come but they're so widely known I'm not going to comment further on these. In terms of alts that are relatively unknown but ones that I truly like believe in: Stronghold (SHX). Ripple invested in them in 2020, Sean, one of the Co Founders, used to work for Ripple iirc and he launched the first stablecoins on both Ripple and Stellar. They have a plethora of strategic advisors, many from the banking industry and are largely targeting US domestic liquidity. First and foremost they aren't a crypto project, they're a company that produces revenue and has over 100,000 merchants already onboard, interestingly with a 100% sign up rate to StrongholdNET which utilises the SHX token for decentralised finance amongst other things. The company has been around for over 5 years. XDC Network. Its no secret they are targeting the international trade finance gap which is estimated to be 5 trillion in value alone. They have partnerships with major global entities including major Western and Eastern (such as Lloyds Bank, via Fnality, and SBI Group respectively, SBI is one of the largest financial service groups in Japan), R3, who confirmed the XDC token powers their Corda network and they also have partnerships and, perhaps lesser known, Copper. R3 have onboarded Société Generale, BNP Paribas, Natixis, the National Bank of Kazakhstan, the Central Bank of the United Arab Emirates, HSBC and many others. It's worth noting that arguably their most famous strategic advisor is Andre Casterman who was a managing director at SWIFT and part of the organisation for over 24 years... Always DYOR.

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I’m going all in on TAO and XDC I’ve locked those in for my bull run specials if they fail then it was fun and onto the next bull run

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NFA….what is your goal? People I run into with crypto wants either the “lambo” life or to pay the bills off. It’s really what you are looking for in life. If you can buy and hold for a long time I would DYOR and invest into projects that have actual utility. I have personally stayed away from all meme coins. Yes, they have made some people very rich but they have no use case. I personally love XDC because of the use case and what it is being used for. But it’s not a get rich right now coin, it’s one that you hold for years for the utility to take off and then get rich. It’s cheap right now and looking to give a nice ROI. Biggest advice is to research projects, deep dive into them and decide which one you want to spend your hard earned money on. None of us on here can give you the absolute correct answer, but we can all help each other out to get a little leg up in this world to make things a little easier. I’ll warn you though, once you start deep diving into a project or two…it gets addictive because it shows where our technology is heading and how early we are in this space.

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Looking at last bullrun there were late boomers that didn't moon until the second half of the double bubble. You can see it for yourselves. XDC and QNT are good examples of this, and they both also made their way into the top 100.

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Not financial advice and remember you can lose 100% of your money. Also I have a vested interest in these but I'd always recommend you check out the team behind any project, their credentials / professional experience, strategic advisors & non-executive board members, whether they hold any patents. I've also listed below a few other projects I'm actively reviewing but not yet invested in. Low caps. 1. Stronghold (SHx). What caught my attention are the co-founders, their partnership with IBM (specifically on the IBM World Wire project but I understand the project has ended. Sean Bennett (Co founder) launched the first stablecoins on both Ripple & Stellar ledgers, he also mentioned in a recent video that Ripple invested in Stronghold in 2020. The biggest thing for me is the connection to Nacha (ACH and the backbone of monetary movement in the US) and the fact Stronghold have included Fednow & automated clearing (ACH) in their recently updated whitepaper. I'd recommend you check them out but Stronghold is part of the Innovation Alliance (listed here ( https://www.nacha.org/content/alliance-program-membership-directory ) alongside numerous Federal Reserve Banks, IBM, Mastercard, Visa, multiple investment banks, Walmart and the US department of the Treasury). 2. XPR (Proton) - again, ultra high risk but part of the Metallicus group, and counter part of the Metal network. The CEO is Marshall Hayer who developed the first Facebook Bitcoin wallet and worked with Dogecoin & Stellar. Juno Lee is the Chief Information Security Officer and spent most of his career in senior management roles (including Vice President) of the Federal Bank of NY (Wall St) and was Head of Strategy at the Federal Bank of San Francisco. Other Low Caps I'm following closely are Velo Labs (if you follow Formula 1 youll see them on the side of the McLaren cars and they are partnered with Lando Norris' company, Polytrade (Sandeep Nailwal, one of the Co Founders of Polygon/Matic is a strategic advisor). Mid caps 3. XDC / Xinfin. Particularly as they're focusing on Trade Finance, their have Andre Casterman as a strategic advisor and he spent 24 years at SWIFT, becoming Global Head of Corporate and Supply Markets and previously Head of Trade. They're also the token of choice for R3's Corda network which is rather significant. 4. Chainlink & Quant, although most people are either in one camp over the other. I like both. 5. Kaspa. I heard about Kaspa a while ago, Yonatan is a seriously smart guy. I've also read several other of his whitepapers including his recent Colordag whitepaper. High caps: 6. BTC. For obvious reasons, it is the gold standard of crypto. 7. ETH. I think ETH will likely see 5 digits this bullrun. 8. XRP (Ripple) depending on the outcome of the SEC trial in April 2024 particularly. Hope this provides some useful reading material for you and again, don't ever risk your own money without doing your own research.

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XDC is going to blow your portfolio out of the water in 2024

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My XRP / XLM / HBAR / XDC / QNT portfolio is significantly underperforming. My ETH / LINK / AVAX / LTC / AMP portfolio isn’t really doing any better. Hit me up for more terrible investment choices.

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XDC has my full attention in 2024

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1. Stronghold (SHx), based in Silicon Valley. They're an established, revenue positive company that are ISO20022 compliant, alongside XRP, XDC, XLM, IOTA and Quant. The co-founder, Sean Bennett, used to work for Ripple (pre-Stellar) and was the first person to release stablecoins on BOTH networks. Sean has confirmed that Ripple invested in the company in 2020 and their first client was IBM. The company became profitable in 2020. The first governance vote will take place this month, it is looking highly likely that a burn of some kind will occur and a vote on how much to burn will also be likely. Amongst other things, and contrary to popular belief, the Shx token is not exclusively a rewards token for merchants using the StrongholdNet platform, but the 'big' one, in the words of the co-founder, is the ability to utilise it for decentralised finance and loan it to merchants in return for rewards. Note: Stronghold already has a huge customer base that is reportedly growing fast... and there is strong evidence they're going to be connected to Fednow (eg it is referenced in their latest Whitepaper).. They have also received SOC 2 Type II certification which proves our security their partners and a huge one imo is the fact theyve completed a Nacha audit for the domestic ACH (automated clearing house) system because, in their own words, they have "large banking partners", due diligence processes including KYC and background checks that are very in-depth. Lastly, you only need to look at their strategic advisors, many of whom are from the banking industry, including the former CEO and Founder of the Bancorp Bank, who coincidently are listed as a settlement entity on Fednow...which again Stronghold are gearing up for. 2. Velo (I don't hold any), but I think they've got great partnerships and potential. If you follow Formula 1, you'll see Velo on the McLaren and I believe they're also connected to Lando Norris. 3. Polytrade. Again, I don't hold any but I think they have potential to become make inroads in the Matic defi space. The founder of Polygon is a strategic advisor. 4. XPR Network. Part of the Metallicus group, again based in Silicon Valley with Metal Pay and Metal X. They've got some interesting people as part of their formal advisory board including: Lauren Hargreaves, former central bank leader who spent more than 35 years at the Federal Reserve, Bank of New York (Wall St..?). Bryan Hubbard, has provided communication and policy counsel to Presidential appointees and chief executives in the financial services and defense sectors for more than 30 years. Most recently he served as deputy at the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), supporting the supervision of the $14 trillion U.S. federal banking system. Mark Carawan - ex Barclays Bank chief internal auditor in London, UK and recently an executive member of Citigroup. Sergio Rodriguera, senior AI consultant at Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. Marc Joseph, Bank and financial services attorney who recently served as managing counsel for BNY Melon Investment Bank.

I would diversify the Bag. XRP, XLM, XDC, HBAR to name a few.

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Firstly, great post! Out of interest, which players do you think have the best chance of success? I've noticed Xinfin/XDC appear to be primarily focusing on asset tokenization and TradeFi? Similarly, Ripple/XRP as well. I'm bullish on both in the medium-long term. Potentially XLM too. I do agree with you that asset tokenization will be huge, I personally see how blockchain can make current/traditional processes, processes which are very slow in comparison to the speeds and security blockchain can offer, but I wonder if you have thoughts on any other specific projects/currencies in this space?

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I was bullish on eth for a few years but then I found other coins that do what eth does but better and at a fraction of the fees that eth charges XDC does everything eth wants to do

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Hey all, just a counterpoint - Obviously, LINK is a proven project, but when you're putting money in, the project is one aspect and the valuation is another. If you're buying too high, good project or not, you'll get burned. Alternative pitch, flying under the radar - PLI. Obviously do you own DD but here's my 3 line pitch: 1) similar function as LINK, but for the XDC chain rather than ETH chain (project has less attention than ETH, but they have a good track record and a decent market cap) 2) project has little to no notoriety, but they've been going strong and building for a couple of years. Team is doxxed. Etc... it's also only trading on smaller exchanges (eg Bitrue) 3) circulating market cap is a laughable 3-4 million usd (~20-30 fully diluted), and their 2.0 version is likely to come out in November. Again, dyor, but if you're gonna plop money down, valuation matters. Cheers

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Obviously, LINK is a very interesting project, but when you're putting money in, the project is 1 side and the valuation is another side. If you're buying too high, good project or not, you'll get burned. Alternative pitch, flying under the radar - PLI. Obviousoy do you own DD but here's my 3 line pitch: 1) similar function as LINK, but for the XDC chain rather than ETH chain (project has less attention than ETH, but they have a good track record and a decent market cap) 2) project has little to no notoriety, but they've been going strong and building for a couple of years. Team is doxxed. Etc... 3) circulating market cap is a laughable 3-4 million usd (~20-30 fully diluted), and their 2.0 version is likely to come out in November. Again, dyor, but if you're gonna plop money down, valuation matters. Cheers

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Sold everything in 2021. Started accumulating again last year. Heavy in Chainlink. The rest is mainly Btc & Eth w/ little stack of XDC & EWT.

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There are absolutely public projects being leveraged for a lot of this. ETH, LINK, XDC, XLM, XRP and QNT all have chains getting exposure. I’m not suggesting they are universally adopted but to suggest they aren’t making ground would be incorrect by a large margin.

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Tokens that will provide utility for financial institutions, banks, and business owners. Think XRP, XLM, XDC, ALGO, etc if you want something other than Bitcoin, ETHgate coin, or any other shitcoin.

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I was interested in MELD gold and silver on Algorand. They have a mechanism for converting to real metal. I have also heard that UAE is already tokenizing gold on XDC. I’m thinking BRICS might do something like this for a basket of assets. I hold XDC because of this, but it isn’t supported on most normal exchanges.

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I have/had three main cryptos there… XRP, XDC and my first buy of SHIB that wasn’t available anywhere else. Transferred XRP right after purchase, I’ll have to check if Ledger accepts XDC now. SHIB being a ERC-20 is extra expensive to do anything with so converting to XLM or XRP or ALGO is only option for moving it without paying annoying fees.

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XLM, XDC, BTC, DOGE, USDC would make sense to me.

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Saw they recently partnered with XDC which I'm bullish on

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As far as I know, this is the case. I have XDC and SHIB over there and I don’t have anywhere I can send the XDC.

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You've named a few there (noticably many ISO20022 compliant coins), and you're already probably aware, but I think XDC is particularly exciting based on the fact they're solely trying to (and seemingly are) solving the massively inefficient TradeFi settlement issue. SBI VC Trade (a subsidiary of SBI Group, one of Japan's major banking corporations) recently concluded a basic agreement with XDC, via TradeFinex, which in essence means the XDC Network now legitimately has a foothold in the Japanese banking (specifically TradeFi) space with this joint venture. Interestingly, the UK recently introduced the new Electronic Trade Document Act ('ETDA') which came into effect in September, news which largely went under the radar but significant for what XDC are trying to achieve. The ETDA puts electronic trade documents on the same legal footing as the paper documents which are overwhelming relied on at present. Lloyd's Bank, one of the UK major banks, is said to have completed the first digital transaction under the ETDA, iirc this was with Matalan, one of the UK's largest retail clothing and homeware stores. The transaction was expedited via Enigio's 'trace:original' platform. Enigio is a Swedish-based company and are members of the ITFA (Internetional Trade & Forfaiting Associstion), alongside... you guessed it, Lloyd's Bank and XDC. Nokia, HMRC (aka 'the taxman' as we call it, and theh are the UK equivalent of the IRS for Americans) and the UK government's UK Export Finance division are also members of the ITFA, to name just a few. The writing is on the wall imo but always DYOR before investing your money.

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In regards where we are waying risk reward here’s my take (been into crypto for 8 years): Tier 1 for safest solid projects (lowest reward, least risk): Bitcoin and Monero. Tier 2 (more risk, more potential reward): Litecoin, Ether, Xrp, Xlm. The latter 2 tokens have actually been around longer than Ether which most people don’t seem to realize. Ether holds first mover advantage for Defi and smart contract cryptos, and XRP and XLM hold the first two movers advantage for cross border and overall currency/assets/value swap exchange utility. Tier 3 (even more risk, high reward): Solona, Cardano, Hedera, XDC, Algo, IOTA, Quant, Avalanche, BAT, ChainLink, Doge, Shiba Inu. LCX, Casper, Constellation, ICP. I don’t knock any of these coins and it’s possible anything can go belly up. I tried to list every coin/token that has real potential to go up and make us money. All in all some of these projects will most likely fail, and some will most likely succeed and be in our lives growing considerably into the future. Research everything from every angle as deep as possible as much as you kind and keep an open mind! Good luck everyone.

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SOL, QNT and XDC I plan for next salary

Mentions:#SOL#QNT#XDC
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Ones that have stood the tests and time and has liquidity. ADA, XRP, XLM, SOL, DOT. I do research and look for new oppourtunities as well. This year I got HBAR, QNT and XDC as my smaller caps.

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Cool, thanks! Someone mentioned XRP and HBAR and I forgot to add them to the list here, plus someone mentioned ALGO earlier in the week. I guess I've got some studying to do 😅. How do you feel about the others on the list, XLM, MIOTA, and XDC?

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tldr; SBI Holding and TradeFinex have partnered to establish a joint venture in Japan, aiming to promote the adoption of the XDC Network, an EVM-compatible enterprise blockchain, for trade finance. TradeFinex operates a decentralized platform on the XDC Network, offering blockchain-based trade finance products. The joint venture aims to localize XDC Network information, distribute XDC tokens to local exchanges, and deploy trade finance solutions in the Asia-Pacific region. This collaboration follows Japan's plans to allow startups to raise funds through cryptocurrency tokens and amend its tax code related to cryptocurrencies. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.

Mentions:#XDC#EVM#DYOR
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Wanna buy XDC. Looks really promising but buying Kaspa instead. Still can't look past it not being on the large exchanges yet.

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Just hearing of QNT and XDC Can u give more info?

Mentions:#QNT#XDC
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November 8 2021 was the all time high for BTC. On this day, TWT was number 250, XDC was number 100 and IOTA was number 50. To match TWT’s ATH, moons would be $10.37 (36.07x) To match XDC’s ATH, moons would be $7.04 (24.49x) To match IOTA’s ATH, moons would be $136.44 (474.37x)

Mentions:#BTC#TWT#XDC
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I wish there was a better way to buy XDC. UAE is using it to tokenize gold.

Mentions:#XDC
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Look into ISO20022 coins like Hedera, Quant, XDC, XRP and even Algo.

Mentions:#XDC#XRP
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Moons, XRP and XDC. XDC is where it's at. Perfect time to hop in before she 🚀

Mentions:#XRP#XDC
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TON, LEO, APT, XDC Network. These coins are in the top 50 by market cap, but I'm sure most people don't know about them. Is there anyone here who can give a quick TLDR on any of these coins?

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My girlfriend is also invested in cryptocurrency. She owns ETH & XDC

Mentions:#ETH#XDC
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QNT is interoperable with everything so always a good buy, Hbar is building lots of connections with finance and links well with QNT. XDC is another to look out for in trade finance

Mentions:#QNT#XDC
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The competition on L2 is so intense this year. Polygon, Arb, OP,starknet, zkSync, mantle, .. I don’t know who will win in the battle. But it is nice to see the innovation in this space. By the way, how’s everyone’s opinion on Radix , Hbar, QNT, and XDC network? They are also new coins in top 100.

Mentions:#OP#QNT#XDC
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UAE was also tokenizing their gold reserves on XDC…

Mentions:#XDC
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Yay! The only place I could buy this is Kucoin and XDC and SHIB is the only two coins I hold there. Coinbase? Kraken?

Mentions:#XDC#SHIB
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tldr; The UK Parliament is reviewing a proposal by XDC Trade Network Pte Ltd to legalize electronic trade documents and revolutionize international trade. The proposal advocates for the digitization of trade processes using blockchain technology to create a decentralized architecture for trade documents. The solution aims to streamline cross-border trade processes, enhance border compliance, and eliminate dependencies between issuers and verifiers. The proposal also references the use of the Model Law on Electronic Transferable Records to enable the legal use of electronic transferable records domestically and across borders. XDC Trade Network is developing a portal to consolidate various components of cross-border trade finance and aligns with the UK Parliament's efforts to modernize trade practices. The solution is in the final stages of integration with Singapore's OpenAttestation technology to ensure cryptographic trustworthiness and independent verification of documents. The XDC Trade Network aims to revolutionize the global trade finance industry through the complete digitalization of trade processes. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR. Try our free crypto chatbot at https://chat.coinfeeds.io*

Mentions:#XDC#DYOR
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tldr; Tokenized U.S. Treasuries have been introduced to the XDC Network by Tradeteq, a U.K.-based marketplace for private debt and real-world assets. The USTY tokens represent shares in a U.S. Treasury bond ETF and are available to professional investors on Tradeteq's Yieldteq platform. The tokenization of real-world assets, such as government bonds, is predicted to become a $5 trillion market. Demand for tokenized Treasuries has increased significantly this year, reaching $622 million. XDC Network is competing with other blockchains, including Stellar and Ethereum, to become the leading venue for tokenized assets. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR. Try our free crypto chatbot at https://chat.coinfeeds.io*

Mentions:#XDC#DYOR
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Quant (for Overledger) and XDC (aligned themselves to Trade Finance and recently partnered with Japan's SBI group via a subsidiary, SBI VC Trade).

Mentions:#XDC#VC
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The Altcoin Season Index is sitting at 27, just 2 above the Bitcoin Season threshold. The only positive performers over the past 90 days from the top 50 are: KAS: 111% BCH: 66% XDC: 65% MKR: 56% XLM: 38% WBT: 13% HBAR: 8% LEO: 8% XRP: 8% https://www.blockchaincenter.net/altcoin-season-index/

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UAE uses XDC for gold tokenization. Don’t know how you “tokenize” other resources that don’t come with a serial number, etc…

Mentions:#XDC
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Current ISO 20022 compliant crypto: * XRP * QNT * ALGO * XLM * HBAR * MIOTA * XDC

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NOBODY knows anything. Sorry, you will not get any revelation here. But for me: I would put it in the utility coins, such as XRP 50%, XDC 25%, HBAR 25%. That's me. Not advice.

Mentions:#XRP#XDC#HBAR
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Only place I could buy and hold XDC…. Uphold? Kraken?

Mentions:#XDC
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My girlfriend has a bunch of XDC I’m so proud of her❤️‍🔥❤️‍🔥. Her and i will be holding our assets till the bull run then it’s adios✌️

Mentions:#XDC
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Anybody else investing in XDC ecosystem?

Mentions:#XDC
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holy shit, what happened to XDC again? 25% pump on a sunday

Mentions:#XDC
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Doge can only handle ~33 tps and there’s currently a class action lawsuit against him for manipulating its price. I don’t think it’ll be Doge. My money is on XRP, XLM, or XDC. All are fast and cheap. Although I’m favoring XRP since it has legal clarity.

Mentions:#XRP#XLM#XDC
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Check out XDC

Mentions:#XDC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

What is XDC network and why has it gone 50% up this week and is now in top 45 coins?

Mentions:#XDC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Not directed at you. Directed at everyone who laughed at you for being a proponent of XDC

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

wat's XDC?

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XDC has been on some sort of tear lately. Anyone know why?

Mentions:#XDC
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You haven’t seen it because these dippies actively suppress it. Most of the people in here don’t know anything about crypto besides transaction speed and theoretical use cases. XDC is an ISO20022 compliant (new financial standard) network that specializes in the tokenization of trade documents. It’s running because a major Japan VC fund is providing liquidity and the UK just passed it’s landmark trade documents bill, allowing digitization of those assets. Corda R3 is also a part of XDC, so it’s a convergence of multiple variables leading to this breakout

Mentions:#XDC#VC
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Shout out to all the TPS gurus who knew nothing about ISO20022 compliance but shat on XDC posters as shills. We love y’all ❤️

Mentions:#XDC
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So...anyone have any idea what XDC Network is? bc i see it at the top gainer pretty much every time i check the top 100 and i've never seen a single post or comment about it

Mentions:#XDC
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I use Coinbase and Uphold, personally that i can vouch for after using them for years. They are both pretty user friendly and easy to set up. Uphold has higher fees, it also has my best perferming coin, XDC. (Shameless plug 😄) There are quite a few exchanges that can be used but I'm sure others will pile on here.

Mentions:#XDC
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"Incorporating TradeTrust into XDC Network brings in the much-needed utility the industry has been waiting for. We are keen to playing our part and look forward to working together with the industry and providing benefits as operational efficiencies created by digitised bills of lading, supply chain automation, risk management solutions, new capital markets, and improved access of capital for SMEs," Sunil Senapati, CEO, XDC Trade Network.

Mentions:#XDC#CEO
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A good observation. I think XDC will be fine, particularly as it has at least one established global client, SBI Trade VC, a subsidiary of SBI.

Mentions:#XDC#VC
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Lately, I've come to realize that these partnerships never get anywhere, most of the time they're announced for the sole purpose of pumping the coin. For the sake of XDC holders, I hope its legit.

Mentions:#XDC
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tldr; XDC Network has partnered with the Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) Singapore to integrate with TradeTrust, a framework that enables trusted interoperability of electronic trade documents. This collaboration will bring more visibility, proof of authenticity, and seamless flow of goods between digitally interconnected trading partners. XDC Network already has a cross-border payments and financial messaging platform, and incorporating TradeTrust will provide the much-needed utility for the industry. The partnership aims to create operational efficiencies, digitize bills of lading, automate supply chains, and improve access to capital for SMEs. XDC is confident that this solution will attract institutional investors and alternative credit funds to participate in the trade finance market. Pilots for the solution are already underway, and a fully functional solution with a regulated custodian will go live in September. XDC Trade Network is a suite of dApps on XDC Network that aims to redefine the global trade finance industry by enabling digitization of cross-border trades. The partnership with IMDA is another milestone for XDC Network in its efforts to drive digitalization across trade participants. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

Mentions:#XDC#DYOR
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Back in 2019 I told some 20 year old dude this on Twitter. He said nah I’m good I’m aping all in this micro cap called XDC. Mc was 1 mm at the time. I had a small bag too. I don’t think I need to explain what happened next. Kid was all in and his portfolio outran mine. Also turned out that guy was in crypto a couple years longer than me, so he actually experienced a full cycle where as I at the time haven’t. Food for though.

Mentions:#XDC
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I’ve got a healthy bag of both, so I’m hoping they both take off. XDC too

Mentions:#XDC
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Wouldn’t mind DCA on vet and XDC

Mentions:#DCA#XDC
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My list this bull run is super short XRP, Dogecoin, Stellar, Monero, Hedera Hashgraph, VeChain, Quant, XDC, Constellation Iso20022 coins will obliterate the other 25000 shit coins Doge will become the true bitcoin alt (always was) Monero will be the hackers and drug market coin of choice. If hackers like it it must be pretty good right. Hedera will be the true ethereum killer with 500 billion dollars in a fund and the transactions per month is starting to exponentially increase VeChain will be the true NFT chain. But the truth is NFTs we’re just a way to get people used to digital identity / track & trace. It can stop counterfeiting dead in its tracks and it can show you seed to plate where your food came from. Quant runs at the center of the iso20022 ecosystem and has less total coins than bitcoin does. XDC can tokenize things like the stock market and trade finance sector. Remember GameStop? So many stocks are sold at over 100 percent of the total amount of stock in existence, ridiculous! Same happens with paper silver. JP Morgan manipulates silver with paper silver the same way essentially, that’s why they are trying so hard to prevent any competition via collusion with the SEC. Constellation is working with the US Military for secured data storage. Been in crypto since 2013 and let me tell you iso20022 excites me more than anything yet. BRICS Nations are launching a gold backed digital currency. The way oil trading has been done my whole life in USD is about to change massively.

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XLM, XDC, FLR, SGB all XRP relatives that will benefit from this

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Thank you! I’ll look at XDC

Mentions:#XDC
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XLM, XDC both gems imo

Mentions:#XLM#XDC
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tldr; The article discusses five cryptocurrencies that are priced under $0.10 and are considered good investments for the upcoming week. The cryptocurrencies mentioned are Dogecoin (DOGE), Hedera (HBAR), TRON (TRX), Cronos (CRO), and XDC Network (XDC). The article highlights recent developments and positive trends for each cryptocurrency, such as partnerships, price increases, and market dominance. However, it advises readers to conduct their own research before investing as the market can be volatile. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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>A crypto that complies with the ISO 20022 standard could be approved by a centralized bank that enables crypto payments. [...] These eight (8) coins and tokens have been certified as ISO 20022-compliant: > >1. Quant (QNT); 2. Ripple (XRP);. 3. Stellar (XLM); 4. Hedera (HBAR); 5. IOTA (MIOTA); 6. XDC Network (XDC); 7. Algorand (ALGO); 8. Cardano (ADA);

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Coins are 1. QNT 2. XRP 3. XLM 4. HBAR 5. IOTA 6. XDC 7. ALGO 8. ADA

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XDC and tbh, I can't believe how cheap it is considering its utility. Bags are overloading on XDC.

Mentions:#XDC
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First off, it is CRIBS, the currency for developing countries. Go ahead and put the countries in the correct order. The trade agreements are more important than the currency. Likely everything will be settled through digital yuan. There are some interesting parts, however… like UAE tokenizing gold on XDC network that is also compatible with ISO20022 standards and FedNOW. I don’t know who in the group could be trusted to custody the actual gold unless some neutral assholes like the Swiss got involved.

Mentions:#XDC
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Imagine living in fantasy land and believing the slow and slow atop the cyrpto market are going to be big players, BTC & ETH will never be utilized for speed and or to move money. The grown ups in the room understand what XRP is for, XLM, XDC, QNT, HBAR, ALGO are for. Real world use case. If anything right now XLM has the biggest real world use case right now, it's being utilized with MoneyGram and the United Nations

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Nah, BTC is BTC… leave tokenizing gold to XDC.

Mentions:#BTC#XDC
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More interesting question is what the % of investment. ALGO is 5% of my portfolio but my 2nd for $ investment. :) I think people are hoping for an ETH alternative, so I am no longer actively adding to my ETH. ATOM is great and I am adding to that and AVAX. I have a bit of MKR and QNT but don’t really know why. I was going to add to QNT under $100 but got busy. With CBDC and FedNOW out, it might pop soon. I want to live in a world where I earn yield on my ALGO, AVAX and ATOM. Pay mortgage and invest in equities via XDC. Get paid and buy stuff with XLM or ALGO and hold my BTC as collateral against debt. I also hope there will be interesting side projects along the way like XYO to play with.

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XDC Network? According to Coingecko, the markets list show (aside from Kucoin ofc): Gateio, ByBit, Huobi, Bitfinex, CoinEx, Bitget, Bitrue, Bittrex. I know Gateio needs KYC. For CoinEx, I don't have an account there, but as far as I know, they don't require KYC (might be wrong tho). All the remaining exchanges, I don't have the slightest clue about lol

Mentions:#XDC
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Only thing I have on there is a bunch of SHIB, XDC, and XRP dust. Wonder where I can send my XDC?

Mentions:#SHIB#XDC#XRP