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Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse has recently given an interview to CNN’s Julia Chatterley. It is expected that viewers can watch his interview on “First Move” on February 17.
Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse has recently recorded an interview with Julia Chatterley, CNN anchor and correspondent. After finishing the work, Julia took to Twitter to thank Garlinghouse and share a shooting photo.
Interview done! Thanks to @bgarlinghouse for his time & to my followers for all your input 🌞 – the interview will air on @firstmove Mon 17th Feb & FULL convo will be released on social too. #XRP @Ripple pic.twitter.com/YP8caS2uxq
— Julia Chatterley (@jchatterleyCNN) February 13, 2020
According to CNN anchor, viewers can watch the new interview on “First Move” on February 17.
When preparing for the interview and making up questions, Julia asked the community about what would be interesting for them.
— Julia Chatterley (@jchatterleyCNN) February 10, 2020
Obviously, most questions were about Ripple’s plans, its upcoming IPO and XRP price fluctuations. Another point of hot debate was Ripple’s On-Demand Liquidity (ODL) solution. In the interview, Brad Garlinghouse was supposed to cover all these topics.
The new interview is not the first Garlinghouse’s interview with CNN. Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse appeared on CNN for the first time in September 2019. At that time, he spoke to Julia Chatterley during her TV program, Crypto Crazy, mostly about XRP prices and threats. Besides, he commented on the effect Facebook‘s Libra could have on the crypto market.
Ripple’s Latest News
Lately, Ripple is often on the news in connection with different events.
Recently, Ripple announced the new amendment the XRPL community proposed. The company outlined a clear insight process in overseeing changes and improvements in the XRP ledger. Then, Ripple explained that the amendment is advocating for giving the ledger account holders a chance to delete their accounts from within at will.
Further, Ripple surprised the community with a new partnership. The company signed a deal with the National Bank of Egypt to assist it in providing fast remittances. It will be the first bank in Africa to join RippleNet in providing cheaper services to the customers.
Moreover, Ripple has decided to focus more on crypto education. Therefore, its investment arm Xpring has joined a new education alliance. Other members of the Blockchain Education Alliance include Mastercard, Binance X, Hedera Hashgraph, ICON, Ontology, Orbs, LTO Network, Ethereum Classic Labs, TRON Foundation, and more.
This week, we have also reported about Xpring recruitment process. The announcement follows its new development relations initiative announced last week. Besides, it serves as a way to develop and promote an ecosystem that provides the resources for building enterprise apps on the XRP Ledger.
But the most emotional topic under discussion is XRP price. After a poor performance in 2019, the XRP price has bounced back at the beginning of 2020. In December 2019, XRP established a $0.17 bottom. Since then, XRP has gained 75% and its new resistance point stands at $0.3248. Currently, the XRP price makes up $0.32.