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Ripple Nodes are updated to version 1.9.4


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Hey XRP community,

GetBlock updated our Ripple nodes to version 1.9.4

This network is not based on blockchain, but on a custom developed decentralized ledger. The code of Ripple cryptocurrency is written in C++. All 100 billion XRP coins were created at the same time when the project was launched. XRP coins can be stored in PC wallets, mobile and hardware wallets. The advantages of Ripple are high transaction speed and low commissions.

The Ripple cryptocurrency network is a distributed system of peer-to-peer XRP nodes. Every few seconds free blockchain nodes poll each other's state, figuring out which of them has the most complete transactions database at the moment and synchronizing their states. Any transaction between free blockchain nodes changes the state of the transactions database. The greater the number of Ripple nodes, the harder it is for an attacker to gain control of the network as a whole. Ripple maintains a list of identified trusted participants who are authorized to validate transactions. This system allows the Ripple network to run faster than most cryptocurrencies, but at the expense of decentralization.

GetBlock provides instant access to shared & dedicated XRP nodes which could be integrated into DeFi, NFT marketplace or Play-to-Earn game in a matter of hours. Get API key and start building on Ripple Node with GetBlock > https://getblock.io/nodes/xrp/


 

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