Ripple has also been badly hit with lousy news when Ripple Labs co-founder Chris Larsen was diagnosed with coronavirus not too long ago.

The novel coronavirus has been making people’s lives hard these days, and it has been terrifying individuals all over the planet, by destroying healthcare systems and threatening to collapse economies.

At the moment of writing this article, more than 1,200,000 people have been infected all over the globe and the numbers are still growing.

Ripple’s Chris Larsen makes a full recovery

The Ripple community and the XRP army of fans were devastated after finding out that the Ripple Labs Chairman Chris Larsen made a full recovery from COVID-19.

He is also encouraging g other people who had recovered to donate blood.

Larsen recently took to Twitter to show his gratitude to everyone who helped him recover.

He also asked others who have recovered to consider donating their blood. It looks like recovered patients could help the ones who are still fighting the virus because their blood includes antibodies.

His announcements triggered massive signs of solidarity all over social media.

Even Tron’s Justing Sun wished al the best to Chris and everyone else.

Ripple expansion in 2020

Ripple made enthusiasts happy not too long ago when it’s been revealed that the XRP-powered wallet and payment platform XUMM launched the public beta and it’s available on the App Store and Google Play.

This application allows users to store various digital currencies and trade them on the XRP Ledger’s native decentralized exchange.

Ripple is going on with various plans and developments in 2020.

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