This episode of The Ripple Drop takes you on the ground at Swell 2019 Ripple in beautiful Singapore. We’ll hear more about the customer experience at the event including directly from goLance and also learn more about the findings from the second annual Blockchain in Payments Report.
With several hundred RippleNet customers from key corridors around the world attending the event, SVP of Customer Success Marcus Treacher’s team was incredibly busy. According to Treacher, the customers he spoke to were the most excited about getting the most out of the network.
The second annual Blockchain in Payments Report was released during Swell 2019 and its findings revealed widespread adoption of blockchain based payments by financial service providers.
Sr. Analyst for Corporate Banking at Celent Alenka Grealish explained that the findings showed that banks and payment providers had already taken the leap into blockchain technology.
Following the launch of On Demand Liquidity at Swell 2018, RippleNet has seen tremendous growth and customer interest in the service. In 2019 alone, from Q1 to the end of October there were more than 7x transactions on the network using ODL.
For early adopters like Founder and CEO of goLance Michael Brooks, the value of ODL was obvious. Brooks took to the stage during the event, but also sat down to discuss why his company’s network of freelancers depend on RippleNet an ODL.
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