“Cryptoinsightuk,” an XRP devotee with the X alias, recently tweeted a portion of Ripple’s presentation on Ripple Payments at the Dubai Swell conference, which has since concluded. The speaker was Ripple’s Head of Payments Products, Brendan Berry.
Using the clip, Cryptoinsightuk attempted to potentially solidify the notion that Ripple Payments utilizes XRP by depicting the XRP logo prominently displayed on the presentation slide.
A screenshot of Berry’s presentation slide was captured by an X user, revealing an indistinct outline of the XRP logo.
A notable individual within the XRP community recently provided an in-depth analysis of Ripple payments, highlighting the inclusion of XRP.
Although Ripple has not expressly confirmed the inclusion of XRP in the new product, the payment company has revealed that Ripple Payments has recently partnered with XRP Ledger.
Conversely, as Berry asserted during the presentation, the most notable aspect of Ripple Payments is its approachability to users.
The individual observed that the solution obviates the necessity for profound technical knowledge, as customers can effortlessly enroll and commence payments through an uncomplicated user interface.
Berry also noted that Ripple Payments is distinct from the services Ripple has historically provided to more extensive, licensed institutions.
He specifically noted that although established Ripple Payments clients may possess the necessary expertise and sophistication to integrate cryptocurrencies into their operations, smaller corporations that lack such resources and knowledge face a significant obstacle in this regard.
Berry elaborated on the significance of Ripple’s most recent product capabilities by stating that Ripple can now administer Ripple Payments end-to-end.
As per his assertion, the platform enables clients to commence transactions, whereas Ripple abstracts the intricacies associated with managing digital assets and blockchain interactions.
The goal is to facilitate transactions for corporate clients, particularly smaller ones, without requiring them to become crypto experts.