Ripple’s new web video series “The Ripple Drop” is here! 17530
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Chaitanya Thammaya
Jul 3, 2018 at 11:45 AM

Ripple is undoubtedly one of the most hardworking Blockchain companies out there. It connects financial institutions, digital asset exchanges and corporates through RippleNet to provide a frictionless experience to make cross-border payments. And to realise this aim, the crypto company is collaborating with several companies almost every week. Yesterday, the Blockchain company introduced their new web video series called The Ripple Drop.

Recently the Representative Director and CEO of SBI Holdings Mr. Yoshitaka Kitao says "using XRP can create a more efficient world." The head of Japan's leading financial services group and Blockchain supporter says he’s confident of Ripple being a global standard. The Fintech company has also developed a software in collaboration with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. The Blockchain based software Mojaloop, was developed using Interledger Protocol. The software is aimed at helping the 2 billion unbanked people across the world.

See Also: Ripple Technology to help Bill Gates’ Foundation in serving the unbanked

The new web video series will be aired every month. Each episode will be aired on the first and third Monday of every month. The videos will talk about the latest happenings in the Blockchain company's world, like their customers, technology, products and culture. Each episode will feature some familiar faces from the company, these people will give you the inside scoop on these critical topics.

Ripple Drop’s First Episode

This week’s episode will feature XRP’s head of Institutional Liquidity, Catherine Coley and she’ll talk about the significance of liquidity. Then, SVP of Product, Asheesh Birla will talk about the recent addition of Kotak Mahindra Bank to RippleNet. He’ll also elaborate on why xCurrent is a game changer for financial institutions in India and other emerging markets.

Lastly, Ripple’s Head of Talent Acquisition, Jim Chauncey-Kelly will tell us about a new job opening at the company's headquarters in San Francisco. This role will support Ripple’s University Blockchain Research Initiative.

The announcement on their website adds,

“We hope you’ll tune in for each episode of The Ripple Drop, and let us know via comments on Twitter who or what you’d love to hear about in the future.”

The news about the web video series on Twitter was met with much enthusiasm from the community.

An XRP enthusiast called Gregor KN commented on Twitter saying,

“Love it, great idea!”

Another user Corey M Winkler said,

“YESSSSS keep the episodes coming!”

Image via Ripple

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