XRP News: Ripple Labs is on a global expansion spree despite facing legal troubles from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). As the blockchain firm is making a move to spread in Europe, a major bank acknowledged its XRP Ledger (XRPL) as a game changer.
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XRP Marking A Global Presence?
HSBC, one of the world’s largest banks issued a report on Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) in the Captial Markets. It highlighted the game changers and future trends in Securities Services. In the report, the bank cited how Ripple’s XRP Ledger is solving the problem of real-time cross-border settlements.
(XRP Ledger (XRPL) is Ripple’s DLT which utilizes its native token to make fast and secure cross border transactions.)
However, HSBC mentioned that its foreign exchange tool has handled more than 3 million inter company transactions in the first 6 years. These transactions are worth around $250 billion. HSBC reportedly holds around $3 trillion of assets under management. XRPL receiving a mention by such a big banking institution suggests the global adoption of Ripple’s technology. Read More XRP News Here…
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Ripple’s native crypto is on a whopping surge recovering from the decline caused the legal uncertainty in the United States. XRP price is up by 55% on the year to date (YTD) basis. However, most of the gain registered by the token comes in the last 2-3 months as Ripple Labs, defendants in the SEC lawsuit bagged several judgments in their favor.
XRP price jumped by more than 40% in the last 90 days. It is being reported as the biggest gain among the top 50 cryptos in the mentioned time period. It is trading at an average price of $0.52, at the press time.
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