The Ripple fintech giant has upgraded its corporate website shifting focus from what the previous version showed. The new design features a Liquidity Hub
Ripple Updates Website
The Ripple fintech giant has upgraded its corporate website, improving the design and shifting its focus away from some of the spheres it previously focused on.
Several XRP fans, including researcher Leonidas Hadjiloizou, shared the data on Twitter. Hadjiloizou frequently follows XRP news and shares it on his Twitter page. The redesign of the website has been dubbed an “extreme makeover” by him.
He drew attention to a few significant changes to the website.
The site now focuses on the creation of CBDCs using the carbon-neutral XRP Ledger, with a step-by-step guide to setting up the ledger and issuing CBDCs.
Ripple’s website’s customer section has also undergone changes. Previously, it provided general information on the number of XRP client businesses—over 300—but now it focuses on case studies by specific businesses that use Ripple’s technology.
New Website Design Feature: Liquidity Hub Section
The new website also has a page dedicated to the Liquidity Hub, a service that was announced in early November and is set to launch soon.
The Liquidity Hub will give businesses access to crypto exchanges, market makers, and OTC desks, allowing them to conduct business without having to worry about pre-funding, lengthy integrations, or other roadblocks.
The page has a “Join the wait-list” button, indicating that the service is not yet available.