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Overview: Ripple is infrastructure technology that empowers real-time, cross-border using the “Ripple Transaction Protocol”. Ripple offers an open-source, decentralized cryptographic ledger powered by a network which is dependent on specific servers so in many ways can be said to be also a centralized and private permission-based blockchain. Hence, Unlike Bitcoin, Ripple seems to offer a COMPROMISE between real-world established laws and rapid cross border virtual world transactions; it allows for transparency in cross-border trading while offering a blockchain encryption level. This implies that it CAN be checked by tax regulators, anti money-laundering investigators and watched for counter-terrorism needs. More: What is Ripple?

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