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Tether is literally using a technology ON bitcoin, the Omni layer (AKA Mastercoin). Without bitcoin, Tether doesn't exist.

Ripple is another story, but I don't think it's close to what's in the series. I think that a more simple structure would fit what's described, like perhaps e-banking with a global electronic asset that's going to serve corporations more than it serves a state-centered economy. The series goes a bit too far to portray such evils of corporations (literally naming the biggest corporation Evil Corp etc.)
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