Viktor Radchenko, Trust Wallet’s founder, shared some additional information on twitter:
XRP had been the most requested coin from the community (no surprise there) and he was impressed with a quality of the documentation and tooling around Ripple.
“Sadly most blockchain companies do poor job on building documentation and tooling to let anyone to use/integrate their products.”
Moreover, the Wallet now lets users buy cryptos with credit cards. Trust Wallet users can now, therefore, purchase XRP, BTC, BCH, LTC and ETH with “major” credit and debit cards. The announcement did not specify which cards are supported or other details such as fees.