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Ripple Acquires 40% Of Asia’s Leading Remittance Payments Firm Tranglo – XRP Price Reacts

Ripple has been, for a long time, in the business of cross-border transactions which has seen it collaborate with payment firms like MoneyGram and being deployed across the globe. It recently expanded on these efforts with a 40% acquisition in Tranglo, a prominent cross-border payment firm based in Asia.

The announcement of this not only marked a new venture for the firm but was also reflected in the price of XRP, its native token. Following the announcement, the price of XRP increased by 5% as this new venture means that Ripple’s On-Demand Liquidity (ODL) service will be expanding as well.

Ripple Takes on the Asian Market

This new move by Ripple, according to the company, is in a bid to expand its efforts into the Asian market, and Tranglo, being one of the biggest cross-border firms in the region, is a strategic partner. Ripple already has payment corridors in a number of Asian countries like the Philippines and its On-Demand Liquidity (ODL) service leverages its native token XRP to facilitate payments. 

XRPUSD Chart By TradingViewThe digital asset saw a 5% jump in its price above $0.585, the first time since March 22, 2021. XRP is also looking to potentially become a bridge asset for Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDCs), which are becoming more popular across the globe. Currently, the company is testing a private version of the XRP ledger for this purpose.

Ripple has also sought out new partnerships since the beginning of 2021 and the Tranglo collaboration is one of many.

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