Ripple noted that it recently participated in a community development project that benefits Auckland residents.
Silicon Valley tech company said in a recent blog post Partnering with Stephen & Ayesha Curry’s Eat. learning. play. Foundation for this summer.
The partnership led to the development of a playground and community garden in the Bay Area community of Oakland, California, according to the announcement.
The project provides a space that helps people stay active, network, and ultimately build the social ties that bind members of the community together.
According to Ripplea community project that will benefit over 100 Oakland youth and their families for years to come.
“This project reflects our village coming together to ensure that Auckland’s youth have access to safe and equitable playgrounds that support their physical and social development for the next generation. increase.” Eat CEO Chris Helfrich said: learning. Play said.
According to Ripple, the project was completed by over 260 volunteers in partnership with KABOOM, Ripple, The Unity Council and Eat. learning. play.
In addition, volunteers made garden beds and mosaics to make the playground colorful.
Technology companies joined Eat shortly after Playground opened. learning. Play Foundation at Oakland’s A-Game to share backpacks and books with his 1,000+ children.
Ken Weber, Vice President of Social Impact and Sustainability at Ripple, said:
“This new playground is part of our deepening commitment to Bay Area communities and furthers our shared mission of creating livable playgrounds and sustainable food sources for all.”
California Congressman Sides with SEC
Meanwhile, the announcement comes after California Congressman Brad Sherman mentioned a lawsuit between the Securities and Exchange Commission and Ripple. It will end in favor of the SEC.
The congressman said he believes Ripple’s coin, XRP, is a security. He also called on the SEC to crack down on exchanges that facilitate XRP trading.
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