Ripple recently published episode 4 th official of the Ripple Drop web video series which includes the latest customer news, technology, products and company culture. According to published insights, the last episode consists of three key parts, each of which deals with some important aspects and updates regarding the company.
The first part of this week was taken by Ripple's Chief Market Strategist, Cory Johnson, who discussed the XRP QR report on the company's markets. During his speech, Jonson said, "The Philippines has an average of about $ 31 billion in inbound remittances, Mexico is about $ 28 billion, and these numbers continue to grow over time, and it's really a trend we see growing. The two major sending corridors are the United States, so the fact of having a party of very strong origin in the United States is enormous for xRapid ".
Moreover, during the second part of the episode, senior manager for xRapid infrastructure partnerships, Marcos Fernandez commented on the recent important strategic partnerships with some important heat exchangers previously announced by the company. "XRapid relies on these pools of liquidity provided by these exchanges of digital assets on both the source and destination side, to have three very strong and credible partners are huge for xRapid and really a lot for our growth in production," commented Fernandez.
While talking about cooperation with financial institutions, Fernandez expressed the opinion that their technology would soon be adopted to end consumers all over the world. He said: "It will not happen from one day to the next, but it will take time and as we climb we will begin to see those cost savings and accelerate the transparency translated into that consumer experience … we are helping someone to send their family another three or four meals a month, I want to say that they make a world of difference for them and their loved ones.
The last part of episode 4 was covered by the director of business development, Welly Sculley who shares the opinion of experts on key trends between financial institutions on RippleNet.