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Global businesses are starting to see the light when it comes to digital assets. This includes international economic organizations that realize the true economic potential of being able to move value across borders at the speed of information. In this blog, I profile a large cluster of news items about Ripple technology adoption. Last week was the week of Disrupt in San Francisco, and I break down the video of both Brad Garlinghouse and Michael Arrington onstage at the huge industry conference. There was also a very high-profile Forbes article that was recently released about the history of Ripple, specifically focusing on David Schwartz's role in creating XRP. Coil, Stefan Thomas's new company, released a video explaining web monetization. And the XRP Ledger just became even more decentralized. I also have some interesting information about more exchanges and retailers supporting XRP. I hope you enjoy the read! Please leave any feedback below. Feel free to share my blog with a friend in any way - or on any other platform you wish - 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
About RBC: Royal Bank of Canada Type Public Traded as TSX: RY NYSE: RY SIX: RY Industry Financial services Founded Halifax, Nova Scotia, 1864 Headquarters Toronto, Ontario, Canada  Montreal, Quebec, Canada Key people David I. McKay (President & CEO) Revenue C$34.108 billion (2014) Net income C$9.004 billion (2014) Total assets C$940.550 billion (2014) Number of employees 73,498 (FTE, 2014) Website rbc.com Another gigantic bank tests Ripple.. Also just out of interest, the largest banks in the world by market cap: Rank Bank name Market capitalization (US$ billion) 1 ICBC 302 2 Wells Fargo & Co 281 3 JP Morgan Chase & Co 230.60 4 China Construction Bank 208.04 5 Bank of China 188.84 6 Agricultural Bank of China 176.03 7 Bank of America 169.68 8 Citigroup Inc 162.89 9 HSBC Holdings 160.47 10 Commonwealth Bank of Australia 114.75 11 Banco Santander 95.69 12 Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group (MUFG) 92.66 13 Westpac 91.39 14 Royal Bank of Canada 86.20 15 Lloyds Banking Group 84.85 16 Goldman Sachs Group 83.60 17 US Bancorp 80.08 18 Toronto-Dominion Bank 78.09 19 Australia and New Zealand Banking (ANZ) 79.51 20 Morgan Stanley 72.60 Not a bad collection so far..