A lot of important events were supposed to take place this year, and they have been canceled due to the global crisis triggered by the coronavirus pandemic.

The world has changed a lot and in completely unexpected ways, and companies and industries are doing their best these days in order to be able to keep up with these strange times.

Ripple’s Swell conference goes virtual

Ripple continues to take steps towards the adoption of XRP despite the global crisis.

The firm said that its yearly Swell conference which was supposed to take place in London would be switched to a virtual conference.

Ripple has been using the event to bring together participants engaged in payments, blockchain, and financial services and also reveals details on the future of the products that it has.

According to the latest reports coming from the online publication the Daily Hodl, Curis Wang, co-founder of blockchain incubator Bitrue Space, says he received a notice from Ripple and it’s about its shift to a virtual event.

“After careful consideration, we’ve made the decision to transition Swell Global into an exclusive online experience,” the note said.

“Although this is a unique way to connect, we are excited about the opportunity to engage with you this fall.”

It’s been revealed that Ripple is also working to engage with developers digitally, considering the fact that it can no longer hold hackathons and meetups face-to-face.

Check out the complete details of the conference in the official notes.

Regarding Ripple’s XRP, the coin also started racing the other day. At the moment of writing this article, XRP is trading in the green and it’s priced at

There are a lot of people who invested in the crypto following the bull run dating back in 2017, and they have been on the edge waiting for a surge in the coin’s price to see the profits.

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