The team at Ripple (XRP) have provided a video demonstration of a live transaction on the Santander OnePayFX app. In the video shown by the Ripple team, we see the user having an easy time navigating through the payment options between the USD and the Euro. The user then proceeds to select the recipient of the payment who happens to be in the United States. The sender is in the U.K who then proceeds in selecting ApplePay’s platform to complete the payment. He selects his Santander Debit card and the transaction is then complete at the touch of a button and in a few seconds.
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This demonstration proves what Ripple fans and HODLers have known all along; that XRP transactions are fast (3.3 seconds), secure and cheap ($0.0004 per transaction) on the blockchain. The OpenPayFX comes at a time when bank customers live a busy lifestyle and want banking options on the go rather than queuing at a bank or ATM. OpenPayFX does just that and leads the way in terms of fintech solutions on the blockchain. The App is currently only available on the Apple iPhone platform.
It is, therefore, no surprise that the Santander Bank has chosen Ripple solutions for 50% of the bank’s international transactions.
Ripple has proven once again that it has solved the remittance industry problems by making them faster, cheaper and secure on the Ripple ledger. As the Ripple solutions continue being adopted by banks and financial institutions, it might be safe to conclude that XRP might eventually become the global reserve currency for central banks.
Current market analysis indicates XRP is still trying to get a footing in this volatile times of crypto trading. The coin is currently trading at $0.612 at the moment of writing this and down less than a percentage point in the last 24 hours. Bitcoin (BTC) still continues to dominate the market at its current price of $7,420.
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