Sunday, April 11, 2021

Ripple Is Planning To Massively Expand XRP Remittance Platform in 2021

According to Ripple’s senior vice president of product management and corporate development, Asheesh Birla, the payment firm is planning to massively expand its XRP remittance platform in 2021.

He said this while in an interview on the Lend Academy Podcast. In the course of the conversation, Birla spoke expressly about the state of Ripple’s XRP-powered On-Demand Liquidity (ODL) platform, coupled with major plans for notable expansion.

He singled out the money transfer giant MoneyGram and Azimo as the two most active users of ODL.

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Additionally, Birla pointed out that Ripple may focus on e-commerce payments following the launch of its new loans platform.

“With the cryptocurrency product, you can send into I believe three destinations around the world. We’re expanding that aggressively in 2020 and 2021…

“We are going to continue to expand ODL, On-Demand Liquidity. I mentioned this is in a few countries as destinations. We want to get global coverage of that where possible by the regulators.

“The traction has been so good that, you know, 10% of US dollar to Mexico which is the largest corridor in the world for remittances, 10% of that now moves over blockchain technology, digital assets and RippleNet.

“So, we’ve made a pretty big dent in that in just a few years after launching. So, this is real. People are using it. It’s far superior compared to the traditional world where there’s tons of excess capital pre-positioned around the world just to facilitate payments which is crazy. That removes a lot of that because now you’re trusting a digital asset. You’re not trusting these large mega banks to move your money.

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“I think, you know, there are other areas as well as listen, you get lending down, you get payments down that opens up a lot of other, you know, white space for us to innovate in as well. One, in particular, is e-commerce. I think with COVID you’ve seen an explosion in growth of e-commerce.

“I don’t think you have the right kind of financial infrastructure to support those kinds of companies so that’s something that I’m really looking forward to in terms of innovating and building for in the upcoming year.”

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Solomon Odunayo
Solomon has a growing passion for writing, this propelled him to keenly work on Eagles News Media for about two years before delving into the cryptocurrency and Blockchain industry he finds more interesting. He worked as a crypto Journalist and Editor at NewsLogical before joining Herald Sheets, owing to the priceless experience he has accumulated since he became a contributor in the crypto community.

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