From the very beginning, XRP (Ripple) has been working on setting the lead for the cryptocurrency market, and that’s surely a mission accomplished for the company, which in fact, is conceived these days as the one to be followed in the whole industry.
Ripple has been showing some of the most consistent and significant steps on its path, even getting to create audacious strategies that for the rest of the companies seem to be unreachable.
Like so, is the bold move of working on hand by hand with the central banks around the globe, a fact that the company recently has loudly announced when stated they were addressing at least 40 or more of the world’s central banks with partnering proposals.
The game plan is not only well-elaborated, it is also very ambitious since of course, all of the commercial banks respond to their central bank figure, so if we see it through Ripple is targeting to engage as well with all of them. Thumbs-up on Ripple!
Ripple is keen to improve its transaction speed
With cryptocurrencies the faster the better, in fact, one of the reasons why the crypto users love these digital coins is because of the amazing speeds in operations, the main problem that on the other hand, regular financial forms haven’t been able to solve.
In this particular case Ripple has the ground all gained with a platform that allows the users to transact in a short period of time of 3 to 4 seconds, but still, the company feels like they can take it to another level; and to that responds the creation of a brand-new network denominated COBALT.
The new platform will perform transactions in the amazing time period of only 1 second, and even better, it is expected that when the platform is all set Ripple’s security could be improved even further.
Moreover, Ripple made public that COBALT will also manage to decentralize their system, a fact that could grant the company their spot on the Coinbase platform since the famous network only requires is that the coins function in a decentralized way.
Ripple refuses ICO possibilities
Ripple’s ledger is actually one of the most well-deployed among the market, on its decentralized and open-source platform many options are possible, including, of course, the possibility of launching the crypto tokens in it.
However, as recently was know different coders were trying to launch ICOs on the platform, recognizing that the ledger of Ripple is currently the best in the market, nonetheless, the company stated through a PR (press release) that they have no any intention of showing support or even promote ICOs on their platform.
Ripple is making its market wider
Ripple has made it today to finally appear in the Canadian market, the company was listed on the most advanced and important platform of the northerner country, CoinField, an exchange network in which its users will be able to trade using both XRP/USD and XRP/CAD.
The same way, at the end of March, Ripple made it to the British markets as it got its first pairing with GBT (Great Britain Currency) from LBX (London Block Exchange).
Ripple is maintaining its performance
Ripple Inc. has managed to perform in a better way than XRP, gaining more and more partnerships and even accomplishing to grow, an achievement of which, on the other hand, XRP hasn’t even been close to.
As a matter of fact, Ripple (XRP) is currently at a price of $0.47, a value that makes the coin decrease in a 4.3 percent, but in contrast, Ripple has maintained its third position in the market, and this fact let us conclude the XRP value won’t be under 1 USD for so long.
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