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XRPL Grants for Developers
hammertoe posted a topic in General DiscussionHello world! We're pleased to announce something special that we've been preparing for the past couple months: XRPL Grants! This is a new program to support the XRP community by funding developers and projects directly. Unlike any prior initiative, XRPL Grants is primarily targeting individual developers and very small dev teams, in the earliest stages of building the next big thing. We know that many types of projects don't have a clear business model, especially in the early days. There are also lots of needs in the open source community, which don't directly lead to users or revenue, but are critically important to evolving the network and fostering innovative use cases. Those are the projects we want to support! There's more we can say, and we look forward to discussing in more detail today and in the weeks ahead. Find out more at: https://xrplgrants.org/ Also, I shall be running a couple of extra Twitch session tomorrow (Thursday 27th) at: 11 AM Pacific Daylight Time (18:00 UTC) 11 AM British Summer Time (10:00 UTC) Come chat to us at: https://www.twitch.tv/ripplexdev -Matt
List of XRPL Devs on Twitter
moncho posted a topic in General DiscussionAs Twitter has revamped its Lists feature, I decided to put one together that includes XRPL Developers and also Twitter handles of their projects. The list is a work in progress and suggestions are always welcome. Let's follow and support those who buidl and contribute instead of those who are only here to sell hopium for the follows Here's the link: https://twitter.com/i/lists/1279847872461246464
Ripple Account activation
Mr_zohaibkhalid posted a topic in Problem SolvingHello Everyone ,I'm developing a Ripple Wallet .I have generated ripple address locally by using ripple-lib or ripple.netcore libraries. Now i want to register my account on ripple live server. How can i do that, anyone can help me.
The Fun Factor: Promoting XRP Adoption and Usage
Hodor posted a topic in General DiscussionInvesting in crypto is not like other financial efforts; unlike mainstream investing, each supporter of individual crypto networks can actually make a difference in getting the word out. You may be interested to learn what the massive community behind XRP is doing to help promote its adoption and use through our own marketing efforts. Included in this blog is a list of XRP YouTubers, along with background information on the new XRP Community Blogging site. Hope you enjoy the read! Please feel free to share my blog with a friend - or share it on any other platform or media - and thank you for doing so. Twitter Reddit r/Ripple Reddit r/CryptoCurrency Reddit r/CryptoMarkets Reddit r/xrp Reddit r/RippleTalk Reddit r/alternativecoin Bitcointalk - alt coin sub forum Bitcointalk - XRP speculation thread
Get M.E.A.N. with XRP
jmar42 posted a topic in Technical DiscussionAre there any Ripple developers here that have built anything cool? Please share what you''ve made. Thx.
Open Sourced: The Great Building Has Begun
Hodor posted a topic in General DiscussionWhen I say "great building" I'm not talking about Ripple's new office space, which probably deserves it's own op-ed article. (source: _https://www.xrpchat.com/topic/5802-changing-of-the-guard-ripples-new-hq/_) This post is about the next phase of Ripple's strategy, and it involves getting new creations and innovations developed based on ILP, and potentially with the RCL and XRP. Ripple has executed their own business plan flawlessly to this point, and now that liquidity is gaining momentum, they can focus on the core of what they do with unmatched excellence. Coding Yes, it's not just "coding." I know there are architects, distributed network engineers, developers, coders, and in the case of Ripple, cryptographers as well in the mix. The company is composed of many of these individuals; it's been rumored that Ripple is composed of 65 % technical staff, which would put this number at well over 100. (source: _https://www.xrpchat.com/topic/978-any-ripple-developers-based-in-spain/?page=2_ ) So what are they Building? Ahh, the question of the moment! The RCL is "done," for the most part, right? Payment Channels is now released into the wild. The consensus algorithm has been around and tested for roughly five years or more now. So that begs the question... what indeed are Ripple developers working on? I do NOT want the company to reveal it, but it's interesting for us to speculate the magic that these top-tier industry leaders are putting together in their new open spaces in the downtown of San Francisco. Personally, I'm hoping for an AI add-on like they've alluded to in recent news articles. (source: http://bankinnovation.net/2017/04/ripples-focus-on-innovation-is-a-clear-win-for-banks/) Or perhaps it's something that might run distributed applications? (That one is just pure speculation on my part!) It is interesting to think about what the best 100+ developers could do in a short time; we know that they are developing integration plugins for other businesses and individuals to build on, to quickly expand the footprint of RCL's use cases and XRP's utility. ...and we know they can put together some killer demos with these plugins! (source: http://www.coindesk.com/interoperability-boost-ripple-sends-blockchain-transaction-across-7-different-ledgers/) So we know Ripple has top-tier crypto talent, but what about other talented developers in the world community at large, and business partners of Ripple in specific? Business Partners Ripple recently partnered with BitGo to develop enterprise wallet solutions for financial institutions and integration plugins for Ripple business partners. We can see the fruits of that labor with six exchanges being opened in less than two weeks during May. There is no other crypto-currency that can boast that integration speed. (source: http://www.econotimes.com/Ripple-expands-partnership-with-BitGo-to-list-XRP-on-six-new-exchanges-712488 ) Open-Source Development Since the beginning, Ripple has always made their code open-source, from the Rippled code itself, to the code underlying the components that they've created. This approach is an industry-standard, and Ripple was intelligent enough from the beginning to realize that this openness would make them stronger, not weaker. They recently have started to participate in events to bring the spotlight onto their open-source components, and conducted demonstrations of their new plugins. As an example, Ripple recently participated in a hack-a-thon to encourage others to develop using the inter-ledger protocol (ILP) Source: Demand for Developers The overall demand for developers who know Ripple technology is increasing, and there are now technology consulting companies that are performing integrations for banks without Ripple's direct involvement. (source: https://ripple.com/network/system-integrators/) We're at a new stage of Ripple's strategy. For somebody that has watched the adoption of this transformational technology since it's rise to prominence in the crypto space, this moment is sweet indeed. I can't wait to see what's next!