That Ripple core products are on demand is not an understatement but facts. On numerous occasions, Ripple executives have appeared to shill the coin saying XRP is not decentralized and would soon be a dominant force in days to come.
Others as Brad and Marcus, CEO and SVP respectively had a rather upbeat view of Ripple saying more global banks would be incorporated into the Ripple network even as they explored the possibilities of entering the Chinese market.Ripple XRP Fundamentals
The Senior Vice President of Customer Success at Ripple, Marcus Treacher was after all right. Earlier this year, he had projected that by the end of the year, Ripple products would be under demand but didn’t mention anything about price.
As we have seen, it’s an altcoin race to the bottoms and XRP, a product of Ripple Labs is one of the top contenders. How xRapid—the on-demand liquidity provider, xCurrent—the network payment processor and xVia—the network’s payment access is overperforming without lifting XRP is mind boggling.
We can judge this from the recent announcement, collaboration and the many test programs putting to use Ripple products as xCurrent and xRapid.
In recent times, the company has been keen on forging relationships with corporates, crypto exchanges as well as banks in their bid to as they develop a working ecosystem around XRP by encouraging companies to adopt a wholesome solution that make use of XRP because of the obvious benefits as speed, transparency and cost cuttings.
This stand was recently reiterated by RBC Capital market, a global investment bank which is part of Royal Bank of Canada. In their Capital Market overview, they said Ripple Net is a new entrant into the space and could clip the dominance of traditional remittance providers as banks and remittance companies which users overseas tend to prefer despite the costs involved and the wait times that can take days.
They concluded that using Ripple so...