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Ripple network currently processes about 10 TPS, they have stresstested it up to 1000 TPS, at which point it starts to show performance problems. By way of contrast, Visa processes about 15,000 TPS, with the ability to process a maximum of 47,000 TPS. My question: Does Ripple see this as a problem that needs to be adressed?
Good morning from sunny Regina, Here's a good question. Is there any plans for the new card Issuer to run on the Ripple network. (ie) So, I top up my card with XRP and Visa, MasterCard or another credit card issuer network isn't working for whatever reason, overloaded, hacked ..... Could we process payments in real-time on the Ripple network, thus makinh our cards that more unique as we hold XRP, and would we see savings as the banks would see saving when teansacting in/with XRP?
I've read an article in local newspaper mentioning Ripple as centralized alternative to Bitcoin. I wanted to react that it's not really true because the validators are run by various reputable companies but I'm having troubles to search them. I recall something like Microsoft running one, but from what I found it seems they only added support to Azure, not own validator. MIT's node is red in list of active validators (does it mean it's offline?). And I don't see CGI there. So who is operating Ripple nodes? I mean other than Ripple Inc.