In this guest post, Max Hasselhoff, integration engineer from Bytecoin and long-standing crypto enthusiast, presents series 3 of Max’s Corner, in which he takes a look at some of the biggest stories happening in sphere of crypto adoption and tech growth.
The head of Japanese SBI Holdings strongly believes that thanks to its use cases XRP will surpass Bitcoin in the nearest future.
XRP enthusiasts can now store the digital asset as well as spend it using Spend Visa Debit Card in 180 countries.
As the payment flow of JPM Coin demonstrates several of Ethereum’s core benefits for the finance and banking industry, some are afraid of the impact JPM Coin may have on other coins, including Bitcoin, XRP, and the crypto market in general.
A newly launched version of the XRP Ledger introduces such improvements as enhanced censorship resistance and the MultiSignReserve amendment.
XRPL Labs, the creation of Wietse Wind, the avid XRP developer, will gain an undisclosed amount of investments from Ripple to develop applications for the XRP ledger.
One of the world’s leading payments providers, Western Union says that it is working on cryptocurrency gateways and other related corridors trialing Ripple techs.
SendFriend plans to serve overseas workers from the Philippines, using XRP and Ripple’s xRapid product for cross-border settlements. It is also going to launch in New Jersey.
Due to the recent changes in the company’s structure, Cory Johnson has left his position of Ripple’s Chief marketing strategist.
Putting aside SWIFT’s rough criticism over the next generation banking payment system, RippleNet, the company behind the legendary remittance technology steadily expands its partnership network teaming with innovative fintech upstarts.