by ryan bryant November 10, 2017 11:17:14We’re getting ready to get to grips with a new crypto that could change the way you use and trade your money, and that’s the digital coin that started life as a side project of Bitcoin developer Gavin Andresen.
Now called Ripple, the coin has gone through a bit of a transformation as it’s grown to be a popular cryptocurrency.
Ripple is one of the first digital currencies to really take off in a major way.
Since its inception in 2009, Ripple has exploded in popularity and its price has gone from around $0.001 per XRP to over $3,000 per XRp.
Ripple was the first crypto to truly take off as an online payments network, and it has now taken off as a payments network as well, with a growing number of users.
The currency has also expanded in terms of its functionality, with its platform being able to accept payments in more than 150 currencies.
The rise of the altcoinRipple’s rise has also been aided by the fact that it was initially launched as a bitcoin fork, but Ripple is now a bitcoin clone.
It is the first cryptocurrency that’s been built on the Bitcoin blockchain, which is the system that underpins bitcoin, and the coin is now the second largest cryptocurrency on the planet, after bitcoin.
Rippling is a completely new cryptocurrency.
It uses a peer-to-peer network protocol called RippleNet, which means that all transactions are recorded on the Ripple network, with no third party intermediary or central authority.
The only reason that people know about Ripple is that it’s a new cryptocurrency that uses the Bitcoin network’s blockchain to manage its transactions.
It’s a completely different type of cryptocurrency than Bitcoin, which can be mined and spent, and there’s no central authority that controls the value of a currency.
That being said, Ripple is still a digital currency, and its value will fluctuate depending on the value and popularity of the cryptocurrency that is its namesake.
Ripple is currently trading at around $1,000, which might not sound like much, but it is a significant jump from around US$3,500 in January.
The Ripple network itself has also grown exponentially, and now has over 3.4 million users.
This growth has resulted in more coins being created on the network every day, and Ripple’s value has gone up by over 50 percent since its inception.
In order to understand how Ripple’s technology works, we first need to know a little bit about Bitcoin.
Bitcoin is the most widely used and accepted cryptocurrency around, and has been for quite some time.
It has been used for over a decade to send and receive payments for transactions, and is widely considered to be the most secure cryptocurrency out there.
But in the beginning, the idea of using bitcoin was to send payments between people.
It was meant to be something that would be anonymous, like a credit card or debit card, but that didn’t last very long.
The Bitcoin network was originally called the Bitcoin Core, but developers changed the name of the blockchain to the Bitcoin Cash network.
Bitcoin Cash was the name given to the digital currency after a failed attempt to fork Bitcoin in 2016.
That fork was successful in creating a digital coin called Bitcoin Cash, which became the dominant cryptocurrency around the world.
Bitcoin’s popularity is not solely dependent on its security, however.
Its use as a payment network also gives it some of the strongest protections around.
Ripple uses its own blockchain to process transactions, with all of the transaction data being stored on a separate public ledger.
The Ripple network is also a decentralized network, meaning that anyone with a Bitcoin wallet can verify transactions on the system.
The ripple coin is not actually created using Bitcoin, but rather RippleNet.
In order to transfer funds between people, Ripple will first create a Ripple account with the name “XRP”.
In this account, users can buy and sell Ripple coins, which are created using the Bitcoin protocol.
Then, when Ripple is ready to send a payment, it sends a transaction to the Ripple account of that person.
This transaction is then sent to the recipient’s Ripple account, and finally to the person’s Ripple wallet.
The recipient of a Ripple transaction can decide whether to accept the payment, or whether they will accept the transaction as a “proof of deposit”.
The Ripple wallet will then transfer the Ripple funds to the sender’s Ripple address, where they can then use the Ripple to purchase something.
The process is similar to a bank account, except that it involves a third party and the payment can be a loan.
Ripple also allows for third-party escrow, so it can help reduce the amount of time it takes for people to pay off their loans.
The growth of RippleThe Ripple cryptocurrency has also gone through an incredible amount of innovation over the past few years.
The company has developed a new platform called RipplePay, which allows people to send money to other people using RippleNet in the same way that a bank