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Ripple Invites Web3 Developers to Create Financial Projects

Ripple Seeks Innovative Financial Projects in Open Call

The XRP Ledger Grants Program has announced its sixth wave, offering a golden opportunity for developers worldwide to create innovative financial projects on the XRP Ledger (XRPL).

The program seeks projects that address financial inequities, streamline traditional financial processes, and provide new use cases for the XRPL. The deadline for applications is set for June 18, 2023.

The Grants Program welcomes applications for various projects such as applications, services, tools, and middleware that tackle financial use cases like financial equity and inclusion, decentralized finance, data and indexing, payments, e-commerce, merchant tooling and integration, tokenization, decentralized compliance and security, interoperability, developer tools, oracles, and insurance.

The XRPL is an open-source, energy-efficient, and decentralized blockchain offering a wide range of tokenization, settlement, and liquidity capabilities, making it an ideal platform for building new financial use cases. The Grants Program encourages developers to create innovative and valuable applications using the XRPL’s features.

The XRPL’s native functionality includes a decentralized exchange (DEX), trust lines, and escrow, providing security, reliability, and efficiency for building financial applications quickly and easily without learning complex smart contracts. Additionally, the XRPL has a low-cost, highly performant architecture that can handle up to 1,500 transactions per second and settle transactions in 3-5 seconds with minimal energy costs.

The XRPL Grants Program also supports the incorporation of NFTs and fungible assets for real-world asset tokenization. This opens up a new realm of possibilities for financial applications, and the Grants Program seeks developers who can leverage this potential.

The XRPL ecosystem has also welcomed Fractal ID as a new partner, providing digital identity technology to enhance KYC/AML processes and protocols for participants in the XRPL ecosystem. This integration offers a seamless user experience across all of the protocol’s dApps, enabling developers to create more innovative and diverse applications on the XRPL.


James Wilson is a crypto writer and researcher with over 5 years of experience in the industry. He is a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley, where he studied computer science and economics. After graduating, he worked as a software engineer at a major tech company before transitioning to a career in crypto.