Ripple is increasing its recent smackdown on the status quo of the payment system worldwide.
In a new tweet, the company emphasizes how traditional payments can be complicated, with vague estimates of when cross-border transactions will actually come.
Would you like to take a flight without knowing your arrival time? https://t.co/fWuGHcp3Tu pic.twitter.com/OWN4L0tlm6
– Ripple (@Ripple) November 8, 2018
This follows the company's publicity last week, which highlights Ripple's argument that sometimes it is faster to physically send money by boarding an airplane than sending it through a bank.
The high profile investor Michael Arrington, the founder of the encrypted investment company Arrington XRP Capital, claims to be a user and a fan of Cred. It defines the addition of XRP as an important step in the evolution of the digital asset.
"Cred is successfully creating the next generation of loan and earning products and their recognition of XRP as an asset class is important."
Now @Ripple customers have the opportunity to hold their own #XRP in the long term without the need to sell or incur taxes. XRP hodlers can borrow from single-digit interest rates when they visit https://t.co/ya5n9glsuD and click "Get Early Access". Https://t.co/NpMlUjOiW7 pic.twitter.com/kigkwoNNqh
– CRED (@ihaveCred) November 8, 2018
Cred says he has made more than $ 300 million available in lines of credit available for the loan, three times more than the rest of the combined sector.
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