Ripple CEO Hails XRPL Q1: AMM Launch Marks Key Milestone in XRPL’s Q1 Performance

Ripple released its Q1 2024 report this weekend, showing huge growth with a surging trading volume and on-chain transaction activity. The launch of the AMM positions Ripple as a major contender in the DeFi market, joining Uniswap and PancakeSwap Ripple, the American fintech company behind the cryptocurrency Ripple just released the highly anticipated Q1 2024 [...]

Ripple CEO Hails XRPL Q1: AMM Launch Marks Key Milestone in XRPL’s Q1 Performance
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  • Ripple released its Q1 2024 report this weekend, showing huge growth with a surging trading volume and on-chain transaction activity.
  • The launch of the AMM positions Ripple as a major contender in the DeFi market, joining Uniswap and PancakeSwap

Ripple, the American fintech company behind the cryptocurrency Ripple just released the highly anticipated Q1 2024 earnings. The report exhibits outstanding growth for both XRP  and the XR Ledger (XRPL).

According to the report, XRP spot trading funds saw a 40% surge from last year’s Q4 reaching $865 Million in Q1 2024. This surge signified investor trust and confidence in XRP despite being at loggerheads with the SEC. Additionally, daily average XRP derivatives open interest also saw a rise, climbing to $500 million from $460 million recorded last year in Q4. This uptick signifies strong trading activity among various platforms.

In addition, on-chain transactions saw a whopping 108% growth in Q1 hitting over 251 million transactions compared to last year’s 121 million in Q4. Coinciding with the surge in transactions, there has been a significant drop in transaction fees which dropped by 44% from an average transaction cost of 0.00262 to 0.00147, showcasing upgraded network efficiency and lower fees for XRP traders.

The report additionally stated that the number of  XRP burned for transaction fees increased by an impressive 101%. Down from 317,271 in Q4 to 636,184 signifies the growing investor demand and XRP’s utility within the ecosystem. Ripple has showcased transparency and liable management of XRP reserves through its strategic approach to managing its XRP holdings namely having a significant portion subject to on-ledger escrow lockups.

As of Late May, Ripple had about 4.8 billion readily accessible while the total XRP in escrow ranged at over 40 billion.

Simultaneously Ripple celebrated a significant milestone. Led by Ripples CEO, Brad Garlinghouse, showed his excitement by the launch of the native Automated Market Maker (AMM) which went into play in late March. This development has played a huge role in XRPL.

Brad Garlinghouse is confident that the launched Automated Market Maker (AMM) will shake up DeFi bigwigs like  Uniswap and PancakeSwap who currently dominate the DeFi panorama. Just after its debut, it received a series of its first liquidity pools. 

According to Garlinghouse, XRP’s AMM offers a wide range of new features and functionalities including token swaps and bridges, which will bring new ideas and innovations within the XRP ecosystem.

Exceptionally, Ripple’s quarterly report has also highlighted the growing demand for Spot Bitcoin ETFs in Nothern and Southern American regions. In Q1, Bitcoin price saw a significant surge hitting a new all-time high after the Securities and Exchange Commission approved Bitcoin ETFs. Recently the offering has seen massive outflows but there are still signs of new life with the inflow of $222 million.

In conclusion, Ripple’s Q1 report signifies a sense of strength, innovation, and resilience within the ecosystem. Having reported impressive metrics and new developments like the AMM, Ripple continues to aim at leading the way within the blockchain payments industry.


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