Ripple Wallet
XRP is an open-source cryptocurrency project created by the private firm Ripple. Primarily a digital asset designed to overcome several problems in international banking, cross-border payments, and sourcing liquidity, XRP has remained among the top 5 cryptocurrencies by market cap since 2017.
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How to manage your ripple xrp wallet
OPOLO Cosmos (Backup Bundle)

Our backup bundle is a necessity because prevention is better than a cure. Take control over your security now. This bundle includes:

2 OPOLO Cosmos of your color choice

– 4 USB type C cables, (keep in the office and at home)

– 4 OPOLO backup cards,

– 4 OPOLO card blockers, so you can protect your OPOLO cards,

2 backup paper cards, so you can also have a manual backup.

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OPOLO Cosmos (Classic Black)

The OPOLO Cosmos Black wallet gives you the most secure protection for your crypto assets in a classic. modern style. This pack contains:

1 OPOLO Cosmos (Classic Black Edition)

1 USB type C cable, (keep in the office and at home)

1 OPOLO backup card,

1 OPOLO card blocker so you can protect your OPOLO card,

– 1 backup paper card, so you can also have a manual backup.

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Ripple (XRP)

The principal target audience of XRP is for banks and payment providers, where the exceptionally fast settlement time can function as a liquidity source that circumvents pre-funding nostro accounts and provides payment services in new markets at lower costs, respectively. An optimal perspective of XRP is a cryptocurrency that unlocks several points of friction in the international banking and payments market, from transaction delays and high fees to institutional liquidity hurdles.

The firm Ripple was formed in 2012 under the corporation OpenCoin, and development on the early iteration of XRP officially began under Jed McCaleb and Chris Larsen in late 2012.

Currently led by CEO Brad Garlinghouse, Ripple has received financial backing from several prominent investors and VC funds as well as having launched three primary financial products -- xCurrent, xRapid, and xVia.

XRP’s Design and Use Cases

XRP is primarily used as a means of payment and liquidity within Ripple’s RippleNet -- its global payments and liquidity network. Essentially, XRP functions within a distributed ledger where transactions are processed and settled via gateways -- akin to a series of private blockchains.

The Ripple Transaction Protocol is the core of the network which enables participating users and entities (i.e., financial institutions) to send and receive XRP (or fiat currencies) with a settlement time of 4 seconds and negligible transaction fees. RippleNet can process roughly 1,500 transactions per second (TPS).

There are currently more than 200 banks and payment providers in the RippleNet ecosystem.

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