Institutional money is pretty vital for the crypto space because, as more crypto voices said before, institutional investments can boost the crypto market and they can also bring the mainstream adoption of digital assets closer.

Ripple has been making some important moves in this direction for a while now and the firm has been also making efforts so that institutions work with crypto companies – the latest one is detailed below.

Brad Garlinghouse meets top people at the Brazil Central Bank

Ripple’s Brad Garlinghouse met with the top people at the Brazil Central Bank.

It’s been revealed that according to the Agenda of Authorities of Banco Central do Brasil, the one-hour video conference call was scheduled on May 30th from 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm to “address institutional matters.”

Besides him, more execs were there at the closed-door virtual meeting including global operations senior vice president Eric van Miltenburg and managing director of Latin America, Luiz Antonio Sacco, as revealed by the Daily Hodl.

The Central Bank Of Brazil was represented by the President Roberto Campos Neto, regulation director Otavio Ribeiro Damaso, and financial system organization and resolution director João Manoel Pinho de Mello.

Just in case you don’t know, back in 2019, Ripple opened an office in Brazil as well.

The firm has been making huge efforts to gain popularity in the country and lobbied cryptos and the ways they can become an integral part of the whole financial system.

“According to the head of the company in Brazil, the focus at the moment is to discuss with banks and regulators possibilities of coexistence of cryptocurrencies with traditional operations to make transactions in the global financial system more efficient.”

Other than this, if you’re wondering about the state of Ripple’s XRP in the crypto market, at the moment of writing this article, XRP is trading in the red and the coin is priced at $0.204841.

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