The Santander Group plans to establish a new payments corridor in Latin America allowing countries to make instant payments to the U.S. using Ripple’s xCurrent payment solution.
Ripple’s Garlinghouse told Fortune’s Brainstorm Finance conference that the entry of Facebook’s Libra into the crypto scene does not worry him since it is a boon for the general crypto market, and XRP in particular.
MoneyGram announced that they’ve agreed to a deal with blockchain company Ripple that involves an investment of up to $50 million. MoneyGram will use Ripple’s XRP technology to handle cross-border transfers of digital funds for at least two years under the deal.
Several major banks, including UBS, Banco Santander, HSBC Holdings and Deutsche Bank, are planning to build a blockchain-based settlement system by investing $50M into a joint entity called Fnality.
As New York residents have had limited functionality with Coinbase because of its stricter financial rules, the approval of XRP is sure to be welcomed by the highly populated city. XRP price adds more than 20% on the news.
Börse Stuttgart (SWB), the second-largest stock exchange in Germany, has listed XRP and Litecoin-traded notes (ETNs). Issued through XBT Provider, the ETNs can now be traded against the Swedish krona (SEK) and euro (EUR).
Ripple has released the xCurrent 4.0 protocol. With it, Ripple’s more than 200 customers will be able to easily integrate the xRapid payment system that leverages the XRP digital asset, said David Schwartz, the chief technology officer of Ripple.
Ria Money Transfers, a subsidiary of Euronet Worldwide, has signed an agreement of partnership with RippleNet. What benefits it will bring to both of the companies and how it can influence XRP? Check out below.
Starting from April 25, SBI Holdings’ Yoshitaka Kitao is officially replacing Takashi Okita on Ripple’s board.