XRPL Crosses a Pivotal Developmental Threshold: Details
A new change has been made to XRPL Foundation's Rippled, a nonprofit organization that promotes the activity and growth of the XRP Ledger ecosystem. Rippled, the server program that runs the XRP Ledger is offered in this repository under the permissive ISC open-source license. For the past ten years, Ripple and its engineers have taken care of and contributed to the C++ reference implementation of the XRPL protocol codebase. However, the XRP Ledger Foundation is currently the home of the code's authorized repository. https://twitter.com/nbougalis/status/1542176544637976578
XRPL Employs A Consensus Protocol
In contrast to other blockchains, the XRPL employs a consensus process in which a small number of servers called validators concur on the order and outcome of XRP transactions every three to five seconds. The diversity of XRPL's validators contributes to the market's general agreement to protect XRPL and ensure its long-term viability. The CBDC Innovate challenge, with a total prize pool of $177,000, was just announced by Ripple. The goal of the Ripple CBDC Innovate competition is to motivate developers to build programs that can operate on the XRP Ledger and assist retail CBDCs, interoperability, and financial inclusion. It is anticipated that the first batch of submissions will be due on August 25.
AirWallex Helps Ripple Expand Into New Zealand
The debut of Airwallex's international payment services in New Zealand has been announced. Airwallex is a Ripple user. With its launch, companies in New Zealand will have access to Airwallex's global payment services, which offer a quicker, more cost-effective, and more transparent alternative to traditional banks.
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