Wednesday, February 20, 2019
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Ripple invests in Wietse Wind’s XRPL Labs

Vanessa Pestritto, the director of Xpring at Ripple, has announced that Ripple will be backing XRPL Labs, the company owned by Wietse Wind, Read more

How did Ethereum take over Ripple with 80% gain in one...

Over the past 30 days, the Ethereum price has risen from $83 to $150, by 80 percent against the U.S. dollar in a strong corrective rally. Read more:

Ripple powers Coinone’s remittance app in South Korea

Coinone Transfer has unleashed South Korea’s “first” blockchain-powered remittance mobile app and web service called Cross Read more:

UK foreign exchange firm joins Ripple blockchain RippleNet

Moneynetint, a UK-based provider of foreign exchange services for the corporate sector has integrated and deployed decentralized payments using Ripple Read more:

Ripple marks the best correction as crypto market recovers

The Ripple-to-Dollar (XRP/USD) exchange rate on Friday was the earliest to recover from its latest downtrend move. Read more:

Crypto markets continue resurgence as Ripple claims 68% gains

Relief over the VanEck/SolidX ETF has potentially fueled newfound optimism across cryptocurrency markets, which have seen fresh gains. Read more:

Major Saudi Bank joins Ripple network for international payments

The National Commercial Bank, Saudi Arabia’s first established bank, has become the latest financial institution to join RippleNet, Read more:

Ripple advances in Saudi Arabia and Japan

Saudi Arabia's National Commercial Bank has signed up with RippleNet, opening up remittance payment corridors between the Kingdom and US and Asia Read more:

 TransferGo launches instant payments to India

Payments platform TransferGo has launched a real-time payments corridor to India, the world’s biggest remittance receiver, using Ripple’s blockchain technology. Read more:

Ripple pushs xRapid Solution, eyes China for expansion

The three exchanges will be using the Ripple's xRapid solution for the easy transfer of money between the Mexican pesos, the U.S. Dollars, and the Phillippines pesos. Read more: