Ripple CBDC Advisor Honors Two Under-The-Radar XRPL Innovators

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  • Ripple CBDC advisor recognized the contributions of two development teams on XRPL.
  • Peersyst CEO received special mention for his team’s move with developing the EVM sidechain. 
  • The CEO of Super How Research was lauded for his team’s contributions to establishing a decentralized securities platform on XRPL.

Antony Welfare, a leading advisor on Ripple’s central bank digital currency (CBDC) initiatives, took to X to publicly recognize two often-overlooked development teams for their critical contributions to the XRP Ledger.

Praising their work over the past two years, Welfare singled out Peersyst and Super How Research for building some of the most important advancements to the platform. He expressed his pleasure in collaborating with both teams and looked forward to continuing their partnership in 2024.

Specifically, Ferran Prat, the CEO and founder of Peersyst, received special mention for his team’s remarkable achievements. Peersyst has been actively involved in developing the EVM sidechain. 

Last month, a prominent cybersecurity firm endorsed the security architecture of the EVM sidechain coming to XRPL after a successful comprehensive security audit. This achievement marked a crucial advancement toward integrating the EVM sidechain into XRPL. 

Other notable projects that the Ripple CBDC advisor acknowledged about Peersyst include a wallet tailored for CBDC solutions, an XRPL stamp, and a land registry solution.

Similarly, Andrius Bartminas, CEO of Super How Research, was lauded for his team’s contributions, particularly in establishing a decentralized securities platform on XRPL. Super How Research has also pioneered an NFT solution and initiated the spin-out of their project, which aims to tokenize and issue securities and bonds on the decentralized sidechain of XRPL.

In July, Ripple and Super How Research joined forces for the Axiology project to conduct extensive testing of cryptocurrencies and CBDCs to boost regulator confidence, particularly in light of the European Union’s Anti-Fraud initiatives.

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