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Ripple’s CTO clarifies that Interledger Protocol [ILP] is not connected to the RippleNet yet

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David Schwartz, the Chief Technological Officer at Ripple, clarified that ILP is not linked to RippleNet and speculated as to when they will be connected.

A Twitter user, @ipinky77 tweeted:

“Do I need to worry? RippleNet is NOT ILP compatible yet? “

This was because of the recent post by Evan Schwartz, the creator of Interledger Protocol [ILP] which stated that Ripple’s Network of banks was currently not connected to or accessible from the open Interledger and that Ripple’s products use a number of other proprietary protocols on top of an ILP-inspired foundation.

He further noted:

“It is possible that both of these could change in the future if there’s a demand from banks to connect to the open interledger, but that’s a decent ways off.”

Interledger protocol [ILP] was developed by two people, Stefan Thomas & Evan Schwartz to facilitate the transactions between two different ledgers with different currencies to go through with ease and less friction than the current fiat system. Through ILP it is possible to enable payments between any ledgers, creating a global graph of liquidity or Interledger.

The user Michael iPinky7 [@ipink77] further referenced a “Ripple Insight” article which stated that Ripple’s solution for banks, xCurrent was built around an open, neutral protocol, the Interledger Protocol [ILP], which would provide interoperability between different ledgers.

Michael iPinky7 stated:

“here it is quite clear: RippleNet IS based on ILP: https://ripple.com/files/ripple_product_overview.pdf … now as I have found other “misleading” info in Ripple’s public docu I am still unsure which is correct now.”

David Schwartz, the CTO of Ripple commented that ILP wasn’t stable enough to build production code on when RippleNet protocols needed to be locked down.

He continued:

“So RN use an older version that was ready then. Convergence will be doable when use cases emerge. My gut says that’s at least a year away, but who knows?”

A Twitter user, @placedonhodl commented:

“I believe what he is saying is exactly what we already knew. Banks are not using ILP as they are not using xRapid. They are using xCurrent which uses Interledger-inspired DLT.”

The post Ripple’s CTO clarifies that Interledger Protocol [ILP] is not connected to the RippleNet yet appeared first on AMBCrypto.

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Ripple Says Sales of XRP Cryptocurrency Grew 31% in Q1

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Blockchain payments startup Ripple has reported a 31 percent increase in sales of XRP over the first three months of the year.

The San Francisco-based firm sold a total of $169.42 million in XRP in Q1, compared with $129.03 million in the previous quarter, it announced Wednesday.

Ripple further said that direct institutional sales of XRP totaled $61.93 million in Q1 – 54 percent more than the previous quarter. Programmatic sales of the cryptocurrency, meanwhile, grew from $88.88 million to $107.49 million, an increase of 21 percent.

It’s not all good news, though. The total volume of XRP traded globally decreased by about 2 percent to reach $53.85 billion in Q1 as compared to $54.82 billion in Q4 of last year.

Further, looking at the year-on-year figures, XRP sales have not shown significant growth. In Q1 of 2018, the firm sold $167.7 million-worth of XRP, which is just 1.03 percent less than Q1 of this year.

Ripple said that it released 3 billion XRPs out of escrow accounts in Q1 2019 and additional 2.30 billion XRPs were returned and put into new escrow contracts. “The remaining 700 million XRP not returned to escrow are being used in a variety of ways to help support the XRP ecosystem,” the firm explained.

XRP, the third largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization, is now listed on around 120 exchanges, as 19 new exchanges moved to list the cryptocurrency in Q1 2019, according to Ripple’s data.

January to March 2019 was also the second-lowest volatility quarter since Q4 2013 for XRP, Ripple added, as “rolling volatility of 30-day returns steadily declined throughout the quarter.”

 

 

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Ripple’s Q1 sales account for 0.32 percent of XRP’s global volume, reveals report

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Ripple, a leading U.S based Fintech company providing payment settlement solutions, released its Q1 report for the year 2019. The report provides insight into the amount of XRP taken out from the escrow account, the firm’s financial progress, and an overall update on the XRP market.

The report stated,“Ripple’s Q1 sales accounted for 0.32 percent of global XRP volume. Three billion XRP were released out of cryptographic escrow, 2.30 billion returned to escrow. XRP is now listed on approximately 120 exchanges worldwide”

The report also stated that Ripple withdrew 1 billion XRP each from its escrow account over the last three months, a total of 3 billion XRP. Out of this, over 700 million XRP was used for the development of the ecosystem, while the remaining 2.3 billion XRP was deposited back into its escrow account.

Notably, the report stated that the firm sold $169.42 million worth of XRP in the first quarter, an increase to 0.32 percent from 0.25% in Q4 2018, in terms of sales in global XRP volume. On one hand, institutional direct sales also saw a significant increase from 2018 Q4, growing from $40.15 million to $61.93 million. On the other hand, programmatic sales also saw a massive hike from 2018 Q4, rising from $88.88 million to $107.49 million.

Cryptopolis, a Twitter user, commented,

“I don’t know anymore then you, but their actions speak louder then words. They are out there building the xrp ecosystem. If you don’t trust them go find another project to crap on and sell your xrp now.”

Tony Valentino, another Twitter user, said,“Market manipulation at its finest.”Source: Twitter

@LiamLightmare said,

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Ripple (XRP/USD) forecast and analysis on April 25, 2019

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Cryptocurrency Ripple (XRP/USD) is trading at 0.3197. Cryptocurrency quotes are trading below the moving average with a period of 55. This indicates a bearish trend on Ripple. At the moment, cryptocurrency quotes are moving near the lower border of the Bollinger Bands indicator bands.

Ripple (XRP/USD) forecast and analysis on April 25, 2019

As part of the forecast Ripple course is expected to test the level of 0.3270. Where should we expect an attempt to continue the fall of XRP/USD and the further development of the downward trend. The purpose of this movement is the area near the level of 0.3020. The conservative Ripple sales area is located near the upper border of the Bollinger Bands indicator at 0.3290.

Ripple (XRP/USD) forecast and analysis on April 25, 2019

Cancellation of the option to continue the decline in the Ripple rate will be a breakdown of the upper border of the Bollinger Bands indicator bands. As well as the moving average with a period of 55 and the closing of quotations of the pair above the 0.3320 area. This will indicate a change in the current trend in favor of the bullish for XRP/USD. In case of a breakdown of the lower border of the Bollinger Bands indicator bands, one should expect an acceleration of the fall of the cryptocurrency.

Ripple (XRP/USD) forecast and analysis on April 25, 2019 implies a test level of 0.3270. Further, it is expected to continue falling to the area below the level of 0.3020. The conservative area for selling Ripple is located area of 0.3290. Canceling the option of falling cryptocurrency will be a breakdown of the level of 0.3320. In this case, we should expect continued growth.

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