Ripple is still on the role with developments it seems, as the California-based blockchain company now announced a developer portal, as well as a number of updates and additions to their to Xpring, XRP Ledger, Interledger, and their blog.
This comes after a number of major changes to Ripple in the last quarter alone. As reported, in October, Ripple announced multiple news, including a variety of updates for developers, such as the Xpring SDK, new partnerships, some of which are meant to make the integration of money into businesses easier, and a proposal for creating an XRP-collateralized stablecoin.
Soon after that, Ripple removed xRapid, xVia and xCurrent from their site, so that the customers now connect to RippleNet instead of buying xCurrent or xVia, while instead of buying xRapid, clients use On-Demand Liquidity.
The company is also garnering some major support, as Japanese financial giant SBI Holdings, which saw its cryptocurrency ventures making millions in profit, played down the potential of Bitcoin and altcoins, while praising XRP. Then a few days ago, the CEO revealed that the bank is thinking about issuing XRP as company-wide shareholder rewards.