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Good read from MDPI if you don't know who they are I posted a blurb below  that is on the front page of their site.  They mention Ripple when talking about XRP but we all know what they are talking about. The article is fairly recent to.

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Good read from MDPI if you don't know who they are I posted a blurb below  that is on the front page of their site.  They mention Ripple when talking about XRP but we all know what they are talking ab

Regarding the experiments, the initial results showed that the Iota transaction time was 9111% slower than that of Ripple, and 736% slower than that of Ethereum...In addition, Iota presented some inst

Also, they made 18 thousand XRPL transactions and it only cost them 5 and a half cents in fees.

5 hours ago, RikkiTikki_is_Back said:

Good read from MDPI if you don't know who they are I posted a blurb below  that is on the front page of their site.  They mention Ripple when talking about XRP but we all know what they are talking about. The article is fairly recent to.

Advancing Open Science
for more than 25 years

MDPI is a pioneer in scholarly open access publishing
and has supported academic communities since 1996.

 

https://www.mdpi.com/1424-8220/21/9/3239/htm

 

 

Damn. The XRPL killed it. That's what a ledger optimized for payments can do.

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Regarding the experiments, the initial results showed that the Iota transaction time was 9111% slower than that of Ripple, and 736% slower than that of Ethereum...In addition, Iota presented some instability during the tests. The number of timeouts (confirmation time higher than 1 h) and request problems were increasing in a higher proportion than the threads. These numbers reached out to 4.3% of unconfirmed transactions, and 14.3% of requests re-sent.

We concluded that, even charging some fees, the Ripple network has a higher potential to be used in IoT devices transactions. Taking into account the time rate and the network stability, we can affirm that at least for now, the Ripple network is best qualified for use on a real IoT ecosystem. Despite the fact that Iota had the highest transactions times, we consider it more viable than Ethereum, at least for now.

That's one hell of a jab at clunky old Ethereum. XRPL is 9111% harder, better, faster than IOTA's fancy directed acyclic graph (DAG) and these guys STILL consider IOTA more viable than the Ethereum Virtual Machine. Ouch!!

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4 hours ago, StellaBlueZerps said:

Regarding the experiments, the initial results showed that the Iota transaction time was 9111% slower than that of Ripple, and 736% slower than that of Ethereum...In addition, Iota presented some instability during the tests. The number of timeouts (confirmation time higher than 1 h) and request problems were increasing in a higher proportion than the threads. These numbers reached out to 4.3% of unconfirmed transactions, and 14.3% of requests re-sent.

We concluded that, even charging some fees, the Ripple network has a higher potential to be used in IoT devices transactions. Taking into account the time rate and the network stability, we can affirm that at least for now, the Ripple network is best qualified for use on a real IoT ecosystem. Despite the fact that Iota had the highest transactions times, we consider it more viable than Ethereum, at least for now.

That's one hell of a jab at clunky old Ethereum. XRPL is 9111% harder, better, faster than IOTA's fancy directed acyclic graph (DAG) and these guys STILL consider IOTA more viable than the Ethereum Virtual Machine. Ouch!!

This is the kind of information the XRP supporters that have a spotlight on them from the media should be putting out there.  No need for us to get caught up in these pissing contest with the maxi's we have facts!! We just need to yell them through a bullhorn instead of a whisper box.

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