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Financial technology firm Ripple has launched a liquidity solution aimed at businesses to help address the challenges between the crypto and fiat worlds. The Ripple Liquidity Hub was rolled out on April 13, following a successful pilot program last year.
The Liquidity Hub is designed to work both independently and alongside Ripple's popular cross-border payments service, known as on-demand liquidity (ODL). This combination creates a global liquidity network that grants its partners access to worldwide pay-out rails.
Ripple's Liquidity Hub is engineered with an enterprise focus, drawing digital assets from various market makers such as cryptocurrency exchange platforms and over the counter (OTC) trading desks. When a business partner requires liquidity, they can source it from these large, deep liquidity pools, including USD, Bitcoin, Ether, Ethereum Classic, Bitcoin Cash, and Litecoin.
Surprisingly, Ripple's native cryptocurrency, XRP, does not feature in the Liquidity Hub's unveiling. Typically, XRP has been a central component of most Ripple's liquidity offerings and services, especially those related to cross-border liquidity. The ongoing legal dispute with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission might account for XRP being left out of the Liquidity Hub's available asset pairs.
Ripple's Liquidity Hub is designed to substantially reduce operational expenses associated with high-volume transactions by streamlining cryptocurrency pricing and liquidity across multiple asset pairs. By eliminating the necessity for businesses to pre-fund capital positions for sourcing liquidity or carrying out transactions, the solution simplifies the entire process.
By consolidating access to digital assets in one location, the Liquidity Hub reduces the complexity of managing multiple platforms. Additionally, it locks in optimal pricing for digital assets, protecting businesses from market volatility and price fluctuations.
Ripple has established itself as a key player in the fintech space, offering various liquidity solutions and cross-border remittance services. Its popular ODL solution has attracted numerous banks worldwide, leveraging cryptocurrencies to provide affordable remittance services.
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