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Ripple is real-time gross settlement system, currency exchange and remittance network created by Ripple Labs Inc., a US-based technology company. …
The ledger employs the decentralized native cryptocurrency known as XRP, which as of September 2018 was the second largest coin by market capitalization. Xrp is predicted to be used widely as as a mean of transaction in many countries.
Worthy to note, the creation and development of the Ripple protocol (RTXP) and the Ripple payment/exchange network Ripple Labs was named as one of 2014’s 50 Smartest Companies in the February 2014 edition of MIT Technology Review.
New plan to drive XRP ecosystem, support development and adoption
Xpring, the development arm of ripple, will roll out a new development relations initiative to engage engineers who are building on the XRP Ledger across the globe. It’s designed to give people a central hub to share content, discover events and gain support.
What you think?
Just a recent added news.
Ripple survived the crypto winter and is making big strides. Recently, it is hinting a potential IPO in the making. Elias Simos, senior analyst at Decentral Park Capital states that:
“We are at the early innings of a new bull market where at the same time last year, we had just concluded a brutal bear market. The perceptions that come with each phase of the cycle favor the current condition more. A bull market also means more volume and, with it, possibly more demand for the XRP token — and possibly a boost in the equity value of the co. After all, a bunch of Ripple’s revenues comes from what they call ‘programmatic sales’ of XRP, which is effectively selling the XRP token to crypto exchanges.”
Ripple had successfully attracted many backers. Google Ventures and lightspeed Venture Partners are some of the backers. It had been gaining steady traction to widespread adoption. It had attracted another $32 millions in next 2 years.
So do you think it can be more successful than bitcoin?
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