On Twitter, director of developer relations at RippleX, Matt Hamilton, said that in the near future, Ripple is planning to add ODL metrics to the website in order to make it visible for both institutional and individual clients.
Leonidas Hadjiloizou often shares data about XRP, and not too long ago has suggested that Ripple should make ODL metrics visible to anyone on the company’s website.
He said that not many details need to be visible but enough to let financial institutions and individuals to see that “the product is working and being used”.
“This may include functioning ODL corridors, XRP amount transferred in various periods – from 1 hour and 24 hours to the total XRP amount sent since ODL launch, etc,” as revealed by Utoday.
Just to refresh your memory, ODL is a product that Ripple created for fast and cheap transactional money transfers and it uses XRP.
XRP use cases to explode
It’s been revealed not too long ago that XRP use cases are about to explode.
the Wanchain team announced that now “XRP token holders can put their XRP to work and engage with the world’s many DeFi applications.”
Wanchain is a blockchain interoperability platform. Since “Wan” means “ten thousand” in Chinese, the brand name “Wanchain” translates to “ten thousand blockchains”.
As the online publication CryptoGlobe notes, this makes sense when you consider that the goal of Wanchain is to connect “the world’s many isolated blockchains.”
Join me tomorrow for a live chat and demo with VP of Engineering Dr. Weijia Zhang and CEO Jack Lu from @wanchain_org on the RippleX Developer Twitch stream.
See you there! https://t.co/FM4eSFgL2Y
— Matt Hamilton (@HammerToe) April 12, 2021
XRP holders can now “securely use their XRP to farm, mine and provide liquidity rather than simply leaving their tokens, inactive, in wallets and exchanges.”
Stay tuned for more news.