The launch of Xpring, a platform centered on reducing the hardship of developers that are working on XRP-centric projects, has again birthed another development.
This time, Xpring announced it has integrated the Interledger STREAM. This comes barely 4 months after the launch of Xpring.io, a dedicated site for developers which eases the integration of wallet among other things on the app, dedicated to increasing the wide use of XRP.
Xpring Wallet, an integral part of the developer’s platform now supports Interledger Protocol (ILP) STREAM.
STREAM allows developers to easily integrate streaming payments into their apps with the use of Testnet XRP (faux money), thereby allowing them to participate in the streaming economy.
STREAM, expanded as the Streaming Transport for the Real-time Exchange of Assets and Messages, is a standard protocol for ILP. It removes the hardship involved in developing ILP apps by splitting payments into packets. The protocol resembles the TCP for the internet.
Xpring, the investment arm of Ripple, is behind these valuable integrations. The section has invested in different firms in the last few years.