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.
Two remittance firms have gone live with blockchain-based payments utilizing Ripple technology.
Ripple has teamed up with 10 top universities for its blockchain research initiative.
As the firm’s new general counsel, Alderoty will be supervising Ripple’s legal work as well as lead the company’s global legal, policy and Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) compliance teams.
Litecoin founder Charlie Lee has stated that their focus would be making the virtual currency more fungible by allowing confidential transactions “sometime in 2019.”
The research published by Messari says that Ripple XRP's market cap, as well as the circulating supply, is inflated up to 47%.
Ripple has entered a partnership with a top university in China for a blockchain research program.
Crypto startup Ripple has announced that its payment network RippleNet surpassed 200 clients worldwide.
Ripple says that Euro Exim Bank, together with payment startups JNFX, SendFriend, Transpaygo, and FTCS, stand to leverage on XRP for cross-border transactions.
Litecoin Foundation has announced that Litecoin (LTC) is slated to be the “Official Cryptocurrency Partner of UFC 232.”
California-based digital currency exchange Coinbase has rolled out a new feature that allows users to convert directly between Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.
Abu Dhabi-based remittance firm UAE Exchange is collaborating with Ripple to introduce blockchain-based payments across Asia, set to go live in the first quarter of 2019.
South Korea’s Coinone has formally kicked off a remittance app that uses Ripple’s xCurrent product to expedite cross-border payments, dubbed as the Cross.