Guest Dizer Posted September 19, 2016 Share Posted September 19, 2016 (edited) Like many of you, I'm part of the W3C Intergledger community email list. In a response to a question on which banks are going to be using ILP on October 1st and whether or not RCL will be used in the first ILP transactions, Stefan Thomas, CTO of Ripple Inc., wrote the following response: " Unfortunately, I don't have any details to share on Ripple's commercial deals. What I can say is that all of our solutions are going to be ILP-capable, because we believe that ILP has by far the best chance chance of being the protocol that powers the Internet of Value. It is also the simplest which tends to be a big factor in standards adoption. We're not opposed to supporting other protocols in addition to ILP if there is demand from our customers. Speaking of adoption - our next goal is to build all the tools needed for a real-world internetwork involving the most popular crypto-currencies. Seeing is believing - we want as many people as possible to experience real ILP payments. The initial intended use case will be micro-payments. There is also still a lot of work to be done on the reference implementation and on porting ILP to other languages. " Edited September 19, 2016 by Dizer Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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