Exodus Announced Support for Ripple (XRP)
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Exodus Announced Support for Ripple (XRP)

The all-in-one wallet to secure, manage and exchange blockchain assets, Exodus, has announced in its Medium blog that it now supports Ripple (XRP).

The crypto exchange platform says:

“You can now send, receive, and exchange to and from Ripple in Exodus. This is not a drill; Ripple is now supported in Exodus. We’ve been looking forward to writing these words for quite some time now and are overjoyed to finally share the good news.”

Then they talked about how they ended up adding Ripple (XRP) to their platform:

“During the months we’ve spent perfecting the Ripple wallet, many of you wrote in expressing your enthusiasm for XRP and asking us for a timeline for when we would add it to Exodus. Your emails, Slack messages, and tweets pushed us to deliver this functionality to you and we thank you for keeping us motivated. Nothing keeps us on our game more than hearing your thoughts about what you want to see in Exodus, and we encourage you to keep speaking your mind to us on our social media channels and in our inbox.”

The platform makes XRP transactions lightning fast and pretty easy. In Exodus, you don’t need to use destination tags to receive XRP, your receiving address is more than enough to do the needed. And when you wish to send XRP, just click on the advanced button and enter the destination tag in the pop-out window.

Adding XRP was just one of the many facets of the advancements made in the platform. The platform now supports TrueUSD as well. It is a stablecoin which is tied to the US Dollar. A TUSD token is worth 1 USD. Fiat-backed cryptocurrencies are pretty stable and are something which the users of the platform had been asking for from quite a long time.

The community is excited to transfer XRP to the platform. As the Twitter user going by the name Michael Marx puts it:

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Syed Ali Mudassar
It was when he was pursuing his graduation in Computer Science that he found his flair for writing about new and existing technologies. He likes researching about technologies and how they could help people. Currently, he works as the Content Manager at CoinFrenzy, a leading blockchain news, and media publication website.