This bearish 2018 is about to end and many entries from the cryptographic space are convinced that 2019 will bring significant changes.
While 2018 has been a year for many major developments and partnerships in the cryptic world, many believe that 2019 will certainly be the year of traditional adoption.
Speaking of partnerships, Stellar has managed to close an agreement with IBM that will prove to be hugely successful for a number of reasons.
This is the reason why XLM holders keep their coins before 2019.
IBM Blockchain World Wire can defeat Ripple's xRapid
IBM has worked with Stellar to facilitate cross-border remittances. IBM Blockchain World Wire is the result of this merger and plans to adopt Ripple's xRapid and xCurrent solutions.
The IBM solution promises to reduce costs and higher speeds.
The main features of Stellar
The best features of Stellar include the following: speed and high affordability, and the fact that it is a decentralized system that is also ideal for micropayments.
As we have already mentioned, massively essential partnerships are also an advantage for the beh8ing XLM company.
The company is also targeting the unbanked, just like Ripple and is a non-profit organization with the main goal of improving cross-border payments and remittances.
Further advantages of the Stellar-IBM partnership
This partnership also places Stellar in an excellent position in the financial services sector. For example, Visa is working with IBM, and this is great for Stellar.
Together with Ripple, Stellar is also bringing the SWIFT payment system out of the cross-border transaction map, bringing low costs and high speeds.
Another significant advantage that Sellar boasts is the fact that it has a case of use in the tokenisation of resources.
In conclusion, the collaboration between Stellar and IBM makes Stellar only more credible in cryptographic space.
Rada attended the courses of the Faculty of Arts, Romanian-English section, and completed the Faculty of Theater and Television, Theatrical Journalism section, both within the framework of the Babes-Bolyai University of Cluj-Napoca. Until now, he has reviewed books, films and theatrical performances, enjoying topics from the cultural niche. His writing experience also intersects the IT niche, since he worked as a content editor for companies that produce software for mobile devices. Collaborate with online advertising agencies, writes articles for different websites and blogs.