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US Financial Giant PNC to Use Ripple Technology for International Payments

PNC, which is ranked among the top ten U.S. banks, will use RippleNet to process international payments for its customers, Ripple announced Wednesday, September 19. As Reuters reports, a particular PNC unit Treasury Management will use Ripples blockchain solution xCurrent to speed up overseas transactions held by U.S. commercial clients.

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Ripple Hints Its Cryptocurrency Product Will Go Live ‘In the Next Month or So’

Blockchain start-up Ripple could launch a commercial application of its cryptocurrency-focused product in the next month or so, an executive at the company has told CNBC.

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Ripple Makes Waves With Japanese Money Transfer App

SBI Holdings is not quite done with its foray into blockchain. The Japanese financial giant has announced plans to launch a mobile payment app for iOS and Android that will use Ripples distributed ledger tech. So far, all we know is that the app is expected to arrive this Fall and that it will be […]

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R3 and Ripple Reach Settlement Over Legal Dispute

The war is over Let love and peace reign in the kingdom of fintech. The blockchain duo of Ripple and R3 have reached a settlement of all outstanding litigation between the parties.

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Ripple Makes Ripples in Cross-Border Payments

Yes, digital currencies have had a hard time of it. Yes, they are down as a group by as much as 70 percent from their peaks.

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Ripple Targets China for Blockchain-Based Cross-Border Transaction

Jeremy Light, the European Union strategic accounts’ Vice President at Ripple has expressed the company’s interest in the Chinese market. In an interview with CNBC, Light has stated that China interests Ripple since it can provide assistance to the nation for speed enhancement of cross border payment based on blockchain technology.

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Ripple Finally Challenged? Banks Team Up With IBM for Payments Solution

Ripple has found a competitor in the payments space, with a platform known as we.trade. We.trade functions on Hyperledger Fabric and is an IBM blockchain-based cross-border money transfer platform that aims to improve the speed and efficiency of cross-border financial transactions. The we.

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Can Ripple (XRP) Fix the Issues Central Banks of AU and NZ Face?

The main mantle of financial systems is to simplify the exchange of goods and services considering the time taken. Financial systems contain different types of institutions and procedures for enabling such settlements, and in modern economies, you will find e-money, e-payments, and legal tenders as the three available payment procedures.

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Banks Not Ready for Blockchain, Says Ripple

Banks are unlikely to use distributed ledgers to process cross-border payments for now because of scalability and privacy issues, according to Ripple, one of the most prominent startups developing the technology. I will concede, we havent gotten there yet, Ripples chief cryptographer David Schwartz said in an interview.

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Banks Unlikely to Process Payments With Distributed Ledgers for Now, Says Ripple

Banks are unlikely to use distributed ledgers to process cross-border payments for now because of scalability and privacy issues, according to Ripple, one of the most prominent startups developing the technology. I will concede, we haven’t gotten there yet, Ripple’s chief cryptographer David Schwartz said in an interview.

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Amex Inadvertently Confirms Ripple Blockchain Platform Plans

It’s not entirely clear yet how or if – blockchain will transform the financial services market, but that hasn’t stopped industry players from scrambling to get a leg up on the technology and ahead of the competition.

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Ripple CEO Says ‘Dozens’ of Banks Will Use Its Cryptocurrency Product in 2019

Ripple will have dozens of banks using its blockchain product that requires a digital currency known as XRP to work, the start-up’s CEO told CNBC on Tuesday. The company is developing a solution that allows cross-border money transactions between banks in a faster and cheaper way than the current system allows.

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