Tag: MoneyGram

10% of MoneyGram’s US-Mexico Remittance Runs on Ripple’s ODL

There are a lot of people with a keen interest in Ripple and XRP. It now appears that the company’s On-Demand Liquidity is making inroads in various payment corridors. After partnering multiple remittance providers, Ripple has been on the right track to improve its market position. The Growing Presense of ODL One of those big partners is MoneyGram. It has integrated On-Demand Liquidity quite some time ago. Further expanding upon …
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Ripple Confirms ODL is Coming to Thailand and Australia

There are always developments in the crypto and financial industry to take note of. A new announcement by Ripple’s head of global operations will affect both industries at the same time. It has been rumored for some time how Ripple will expand the availability of its On-Demand Liquidity. Ripple Keeps Pushing Forward Particularly in Australasia, things can get very interesting in the near future.  Eric van Miltenburg has now officially …
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MoneyGram CEO Expects Blockchain to “Disrupt the Remittance Industry”

It is evident the current remittance industry is prone to disruption. Whether it is due to decentralized ledgers or cryptocurrencies, there is plenty of room for improvement. MoneyGram CEO Alexander Holmes is quite pleased with the improvements Ripple has offered to his company. He now firmly believes blockchain technology will change the remittance market for good.  A Booming Industry Suffers Stagnation Recent statistics by World Bank confirm nearly $700bn was …
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3 key Notes on the new Partnership Between Ripple and MoneyGram

Things are bound to get very interesting where RIpple and XRP are concerned. The payments company has forged a strategic partnership with MoneyGram, a company already looking into using one of its technology products for cheaper and faster money transfers. This new partnership will have some interesting consequences and will undoubtedly get people talking about what all of this means in the long run. The Two-year Deal (Initially) When a …
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