It’s the first major announcement of the year from Ripple, the digital currency that is competing with bitcoin for the hearts and minds of finance and technology consumers.
It was the launch of the new digital asset Ripple, which has attracted a great deal of attention.
Its technology enables banks to send payments in more efficient and cost-effective ways, while the platform allows for the fast and seamless transfer of money between the two digital currencies.
Ripple has a strong focus on its core technology, which is a blockchain that is the backbone of all the major financial services around the world.
But its business model is different from bitcoin’s.
Instead of holding a currency, which can be traded for cash, Ripple uses an open protocol that allows for users to store value, like gold, in the system.
A ripple token is a unit of value, used in Ripple’s payment system, Ripple Labs.
The system is used to create digital assets, such as ripple.
Ripple’s focus is on making its technology scalable, which means that the network of servers is designed to be more than five times faster than bitcoin’s node.
That’s why Ripple has been able to offer faster payments, faster transfers, and lower fees compared to bitcoin, which only charges about $3 per transaction.
Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse said in a statement that Ripple will soon offer its users more value, faster payments and lower transaction fees.
But it remains to be seen how quickly its customers will switch to its new payment system.
Ripple is a new currency for the global financial system that allows users to transfer money instantly between two digital currency networks, called Ripple and Ripple Labs, without having to hold a physical piece of paper or other means of transferring value.
Ripple Labs is built on top of a platform built by IBM called the Ripple Application Protocol (RAP).
That platform provides APIs that are used to transfer assets and value, as well as to exchange value between Ripple Labs and other Ripple networks.
The platform is built to run on a range of platforms, including Linux, iOS, and Windows.
The application protocol, which was originally developed for the internet, was used to develop Ripple.
The new currency is designed for use in financial markets, where liquidity is at a premium.
In addition to being a digital currency, Ripple is also the underlying technology behind a wide range of other digital assets.
For example, Ripple offers its own exchange rate and exchange rate service for its users, which makes it possible for users in the United States to trade value for money on the Ripple network.
The currency’s name is derived from the Latin word for the Greek word for water.
The digital currency has the same name as a series of songs, called ripples, which are used by musicians to create new songs.
Ripple can also be used to send funds from one bank to another, or from one Ripple Labs node to another.
That allows the Ripple Labs network to transact between any two Ripple Labs nodes.
For this reason, Ripple has attracted widespread interest from finance and tech companies, which hope to use Ripple to offer their customers faster, more reliable, and more affordable payment options.
In October, Ripple announced it would start accepting payments in Ripple Labs tokens.
Ripple tokens are now being traded on an exchange that allows investors to buy and sell Ripple Labs at a discount.
The Ripple token is currently trading at about $1.09.
It is currently the second most popular digital asset after bitcoin.
Ripple and bitcoin are the two most popular cryptocurrencies, and they both have a market cap of more than $1 trillion.
Both cryptocurrencies have a large amount of demand for their value, which drives up the price of the currency.
For instance, bitcoin’s value has soared from $10 in late 2017 to over $2,000 by the end of this year.
However, the value of ripple is still far less than bitcoin.
If the price trend continues and ripple starts to climb, the price could double in the next year or two.
For more information on Ripple, check out this video from Ripple.