Bexs Pay, Ripple userHas announced yet another partnership, providing Ripple’s money transfer service to more than 54 million Latin American users.
Bexs Pay will be responsible for transactions that take place through NuPay, Nubank’s online e-commerce payment system. This means Bexs Pay will act as a payment intermediary for Nubank’s 54 million customers.
# Ripple User BexsPay has signed a partnership to mediate payments to Nubank’s 54 customers, promoting “increasing the number of people accessing international products and services and further democratizing xborder transactions.” increase. https://t.co/UPL1bVQwos
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Brazil-based Bexs Banco, which handles payments for cross-border e-commerce for millions of customers, joined RippleNet in 2017 to connect with member banks in North America, Europe and Asia.
In May, Brazil’s largest digital bank, Nubank, announced that it has added to its customers the option to buy and sell Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH) on the platform with the aim of adding cryptocurrencies in the near future. Did.
Similarly, in May Lithuanian FINCI, an online money transfer provider, has announced a partnership with Ripple for cross-border payments with RippleNet’s on-demand liquidity. ODL leverages XRP to enable cross-border payments at reportedly faster rates at a lower cost than traditional payment rails.
XRP turns 10 and has recently updated the proceedings
On June 2, 2012, Britto submitted a line of code to create 100 billion tokens, which he called “XNS”. However, the current version of the XRP ledger did not take off until December 2012. Currently, over 72 million ledgers have been successfully closed in the XRP ledger and the total number of transactions is over 807,000.
As previously reported, in the Ripple v. SEC proceedings, U.S. Magistrate Judge Analisa Torres scheduled a telephone meeting at 3:00 pm EST on Tuesday, June 7, 2018, at the time of Director Hinman. Documents related to the June 14 speech. “
Citizens are now able to hear the minutes on Twitter via the phone number on the briefs shared by defense counsel James K. Phillan.