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Apple implements interledger in safari on iOS

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9 minutes ago, mm34505 said:

but just bc its Ripple ledger this this not mean XRP is involved in any way correct?

XRP is the quickest and cheapest way of setteling payments with the Interledger Protocol, its made for exactly that purpose. What institution will not use the cheapest AND quickest method?

 

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1 minute ago, OzAlphaWolf said:

If ledgers unrelated to Ripple and XRP choose not to use XRP, then its price will be unaffected by their activities.

so at this point, we basically have to see if they will be using XRP correct?  

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1 minute ago, OzAlphaWolf said:

If ledgers unrelated to Ripple and XRP choose not to use XRP, then its price will be unaffected by their activities.

Correct. But if any payment players or banks sending cross-border payments wants to remain relevant, they will... Unless of course regulators of the entire world stop them...

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1 minute ago, mm34505 said:

so at this point, we basically have to see if they will be using XRP correct?  

Is I Apple? I personally feel it’s a very small “if” question and a much larger “when for each where” question for the general “they”... but yes, there’s some if. Apple implemented this in Safari... so it’s anything you want to pay for in browser for any company that decides to use the web payments api. Domestically, I don’t see the use case yet. Maybe Ripple has something in mind.

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I see your connection here, but it seems weak. None of the recent documents that I looked at mentioned interledger or Ripple. It was just that draft document back in February that mentioned it. Show me a recent document showing the implementation of interledger on W3C Safari. 

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