What is XRP?
Originally founded by Ripple Labs, Ripple (XRP) is a real-time gross settlement network. It operates as a payment system, currency exchange, and remittance network. Released in 2012, the Ripple network has been accepted by several banks as a legitimate money transfer system. Used by companies such as UniCredit or Santander, Ripple has been increasingly adopted by banks and payment networks as settlement infrastructure technology. Ripple is based around a public database or ledger that uses a consensus process that allows for payments, exchanges and remittance in a distributed manner. Read the latest news about Ripple here.
Ripple, Inc. returned all the funds from the latest escrow unlocking. The entire 1B XRP only moved through wallets for… read more
Ripple, Inc. unlocked its monthly escrow, raising more questions about the performance of XRP. Over the course of 2019, the… read more
A model on XRP price development predicts that the ‘crypto-asset’ will go to zero by next February. Ripple’s XRP has… read more
Ripple’s native asset XRP has dropped by up to 36 percent from its local top of $0.315. The third-largest cryptocurrency… read more
If you’ve been following veteran cryptocurrency trader and analyst, Tone Vays, on Twitter or Youtube for the past six months,… read more
A blockchain analytics firm used by law enforcement and the like announced they are now able to analyze the XRP… read more
A lot of news has come out of Ripple and its partners lately. SBI Ripple Asia is preparing to launch… read more
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