Ripple Teams Up With IBM, Microsoft, Circle, And More To Promote Crypto & Blockchain Adoption

Ripple and XRP are still in the spotlight with even more exciting announcements.

Ripple teams up with tech giants to promote adoption

One of the most important latest announcements involving the San Francisco-based company is that Ripple’s head of banking, Marjan Delatinne just joined the British Blockchain Association’s advisory board.

He will be working with huge names such as the leaders from Microsoft, IBM, R3, Circle and KPMG to promote adoption.

This association promotes the education and adoption of the blockchain tech and crypto across the private and public sectors in the UK.

XRP in the news

XRP is also in the news these days. The digital asset is now supported on CredoEx, a Silicon Valley-based crypto exchange that’s backed by crypto bull Tim Draper.

And another great announcement involving Ripple’s digital asset is that one of the biggest stock exchanges in Europe will reportedly add XRP-based ETP soon.

The new XRP-based exchange-traded product will launch in the next two months on the exchange SIX, backed with the Swiss startup Amun AG.

XRP to reach millions of online stores

Another move that could highly support the mass adoption of XRP has been recently made.

Wietse Wind wants to bring XRP in the middle of e-commerce. The company whose XRPL Labs recently received massive funding from Ripple has created a bounty.

This is set to reach the developer who is able to build a plugin that can integrate XRP with WooCommerce.

More than that, XRP and Ripple enthusiasts have the ability to also contribute to this bounty and this way they would be supporting the project.

WooCommerce is used by 3.3 million websites these days and it’s one of the most significant payment platforms on the Internet; this is why the news is massive.

XRP was also in the news after the XRP army of supporters reportedly found a way to prove the project’s decentralization.

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