Ripples’ software solutions for companies, xCurrent and xRapid, show an ever-increasing popularity. Some test are quiet successful, like the cooperation with American Express and Santander. Both are currently considering extending the implementation of Ripples’ technology to larger areas, to save costs and time on cross-border transaction. A new, more detailed interview by Miguel Vias explains the Ripples’ new use cases.
Watch @miguelvias’ extended interview from the latest Ripple Drop, where he explains the importance of global liquidity and how new use cases for #XRP help the ecosystem expand and grow. pic.twitter.com/Hmx1kVvfFQ
— Ripple (@Ripple) December 7, 2018
Justin Sun wants to bring developers from Ethereum to TRON
— Justin Sun (@justinsuntron) December 7, 2018
The battle for supremacy as the leading platform for distributed applications is thus entering the next round. Sun is known for his aggressive self-promotion, which seems as controversial as it is successful. TRON could be ranked at the top end of the largest cryptocurrencies in the world, compared to many other projects.
Ledger and Nefund want to launch platform for ERC20 tokens
European crypto startups Neufund and Ledger announced that they will create technical interfaces to integrate ERC20 tokens on Ledger’s Ledger Live desktop application. Zoe Adamovicz, CEO of Neufund, states that this step is necessary to target big investors:
“Ledger hardware wallets are currently the safest way to set up and manage investments made by the Neufund protocols. For operations in the 7- to 9-digit range ($), safety comes first.”
Ledger is one of the largest manufacturers of hardware wallets worldwide, with more than one million devices sold in 2017.