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Latest XRP Ledger Release Boosts Censorship Resistance and More

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10 minutes ago, Tripple said:

That's enough good new for one day. Ripple are going to give all the poor FUDsters carpal tunnel trying to debunk these positive developments. 

I love how the xrpl evolve, this is a very good news to me 

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On ‎2‎/‎14‎/‎2019 at 3:11 PM, Xrphunter said:

Version 1.2.0 also lowers the threshold for network participants involved in signing transactions. The MultiSignReserve amendment allows owners of signer lists for authorization method Multisign to participate with a reserve of just 5 XRP, down from the previous 15–50 XRP.

https://www.coindesk.com/latest-xrp-ledger-release-boosts-censorship-resistance-and-more

Ripple for now is the only entity that keeps developing the ledger right, and they released v1.2.0 of which the nodes have to update to before februari 27. So two questions came up

-Can another party also develop for the ledger and release it, or does it have to go trough Ripple to be implemented?
-What would happen if certain nodes refuse to upgrade to V1.2.0 and/or use someone elses updated version? Fork?

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3 minutes ago, Caracappa said:


-Can another party also develop for the ledger and release it, or does it have to go trough Ripple to be implemented?

Open pull requests are listed at https://github.com/ripple/rippled/pulls. if the owner of the repository likes them enough, those pull requests will be committed. You don't have to be a Ripple employee to submit a pull request, but the people with the power to commit them (or reject them) are presumably Ripple employees.

At the top-right of the page I've linked to, there's a Fork button. If you have a GitHub account, there's nothing to stop you clicking that button. Whether or not anyone then chooses to run the Caracappa fork is another matter. The magic word you're looking for, in a permissionless system, is consensus. The license says what you're allowed to do without permission.

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