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All announcements, including about upcoming in-person meetings, and many technical discussions are done through the W3C Interledger Community Group Mailing List. Have ideas to share or just want to keep up with the latest developments?


Ripple is honored to host the first face-to-face meeting of the W3C Interledger Payments Community Group on February 25th, 2016. The goal of the community is to connect the many payment networks around the world via the Web, using an open and universal payment protocol known as the Interledger Protocol (ILP).

We’re looking forward to this event expanding the dialogue about possible applications for ILP, as well as bringing community members together for a packed day of presentations and demonstrations.  

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2 hours ago, xrp noob said:

so they are a rival company ???

No, they are not a rival. ILP is an open protocol being developed (predominantly) by Ripple. ILP's purpose is to allow cross ledger transactions. Ripple believes developing ILP will increase liquidity for the Ripple network.

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  • 3 weeks later...

Ripple is pushing the development of ILP forward (and running the website) but we intentionally put the W3C community group in charge of ILP because we don't want it to be a proprietary solution dominated by one company.

The new site has some pretty good stuff (draft specs! interface docs!) and we're working on it more. It's all derived from the interledger project on GitHub, so you, too, can contribute back if you like. https://github.com/interledger/

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