Good news has started rolling in for Ripple’s XRP shortly after the end of SWELL by Ripple, a conference which featured Bill Clinton and bigwigs in the blockchain space.
On 3rd October, Crypto.com, a new face of Monaco has declared it launched Ripple’s XRP to the Crypto.com Wallet & Card app, a decision that makes the coin join the likes of bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Litecoin (LTC), Binance Coin (BNB), and Crypto.com’s MCO.
Now, through the integration, users can easily buy, sell, send, store and track the coin via the Wallet app.
Speaking on the development, Kris Marszalek, the Co-Founder and CEO of Crypto.com pointed that XRP happened to be the first cryptocurrency to be launched on the platform since Crypto.com declared it built a new backend infrastructure that makes the addition of new cryptocurrency possible. The aim of crypto.com is to add more coins to cover all big cryptocurrencies.
Ripple’s XRP is one of the currency found ok by Crypto.com since the platform does not just integrate any how coins on its Wallet app.
SWELL 2018 By Ripple’s XRP
SWELL 2018 has come and gone, however, its impact in the life of Ripple’s XRP won’t go uncelebrated. During this program, xRapid was officially commercialized. xRapid is a tool that solves the problems encountered during cross-border settlement.
At the moment, the tool is now being used by three firms to achieve a seamless, fast, and cost-effective cross-border payment. No doubt, the new tool has the potential to take Ripple’s XRP to a new level.
After Joining RippleNet, TransferGo Sees 315 percent growth
At the Swell 2018, the CEO of TransferGo Daumantas Dvilinskas has said the payment platform has seen 315 percent growth, saying through the help of Ripple, the company has transformed people’s live.
He said the company has launched its first xCurrent transactions from everywhere in Europe to India through a partnership with Access Bank.
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