The newest Dash theft incident places cryptocurrency’s reputation on the line.
The company said that it sold a total of $169.42 million in XRP in the first quarter of 2019.
Resona, one of the three Japanese banks collaborating with SBI Holdings and Ripple on their cash transfer app Money Tap, is abandoning the project.
Since the launch of Dash back in 2015, the privacy-centric digital currency has been making inroads across the globe, particularly in Latin America and Australia.
In the last couple of weeks, Litecoin has been gaining massive traction, as the 6th largest cryptocurrency recently broke its $80 mark, hitting $87 and $100 over the last two days, and has since become the first altcoin to break above major resistance.
Grayscale has reduced its XRP and Ethereum holdings in favor of Litecoin, Bitcoin, and Bitcoin Cash.
Despite the prevailing socioeconomic and political crisis that has plagued Venezuela for years, multiple merchants using digital currency have been increasingly pivoting to the Latin American country, as more people now begin considering other alternatives to bolívar.
The European Union’s International Association of Trusted Blockchain Applications (INATBA) has officially launched on April 3, with Ripple as one of the organization’s founding member.
California’s San Francisco State University (SFSU) has recently received a $25 million donation in XRP from Ripple co-founder & entrepreneur Chris Larsen and his spouse Lyna Lam.
The initiative was spearheaded to support the large-scale adoption of blockchain technology within the gaming industry by promoting engagement and monetization with players.
Brad Garlinghouse offered praise to JP Morgan Chase for developing its own stablecoin, before questioning its usefulness and doubting the product’s possibility of adoption by other banks.
The firm behind the cryptocurrency project Dash is laying off some of its staff in a “crypto winter” cost-cutting effort.
Garlinghouse was quick to scrutinize how JPMorgan’s whole crypto project “misses the point,” explaining that "introducing a closed network today is like launching AOL after Netscape’s IPO.”
Ripple, together with Barclay’s tech accelerator and other investors, have backed a $1.7 million round for a new remittance startup, SendFriend.
California-based distributed ledger startup Ripple has recently discharged former Chief Marketing Strategist Cory Johnson.