In a CoinDesk interview, MoneyGram CEO Alex Holmes spoke about MoneyGram’s new partnership with Coinme but was also asked about Ripple and ODL.
After the SEC lawsuit and MoneyGram’s statement that it “does not utilize the ODL platform or RippleNet for direct transfers of consumer funds – digital or otherwise” media and BTC maxis took advantage to claim that MoneyGram never used XRP.
CoinMarketCap, a popular price tracking website for crypto assets, has been reporting the wrong data for XRP since May 7th, slashing $17.5 billion from XRP’s Market Cap.
Currency One, a leading company on the online currency exchange market in Poland, has joined RippleNet.
Nubi is an Argentine fintech company founded in 2017. Its customers can now send and receive payments around the world efficiently, through Ripple-powered RippleNet.
Novatti’s recently announced partnership with Ripple is now live with revenue-generating transactions taking place, with the company planning to expand this service in Thailand.
The Commercial Bank of Ceylon has upgraded the Blockchain-based remittance channel, which the Bank launched in partnership with RippleNet, and expanded this service to South Korea and Middle East through further RippleNet partnerships.
Phemex, an exchange that suspended XRP trading after the SEC lawsuit on December 31st, 2020, has now relisted XRP.
Urgent ODL demand in Brazil led to the integration of a local exchange.
Ample Transfers, a cross-border payment services company based in Singapore, has joined RippleNet to power payments in real-time using distributed ledger technology.