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Ripple Ad Shows Up in Wall Street Station: Details


Emy Yoshikawa, Ripple�s vice president of corporate strategy and operations, has reacted to images on Twitter showing Ripple�s advertisement �Crypto Means Business� on different sections of the Wall Street subway station in New York City. The translation of her tweet reads:�Ripple�s��Crypto Means Business� Ad Hijack at Wall Street Subway Station in New York.

???????????Wall Street??Ripple?�Crypto Means Business�?????????? ???????Wall Street?????????????????????�https://t.co/FiMSjTR0D8

� Emi Yoshikawa (@emy_wng) October 26, 2022

According to some Twitter users, Ripple ads are now being spotted in parts of New York City and London. Ryan Browne, a CNBC correspondent, says a huge row of Ripple ads was spotted in Liverpool Street Station.

Spotted in Liverpool St station: a huge row of ads from the US crypto company Ripple pic.twitter.com/I2rc5ZrRqK

� Ryan Browne (@Ryan_Browne_) October 25, 2022

Ripple-related ads were also reportedly spotted at the World Trade Center in New York. Tony Edward, a host of the Thinking Crypto Podcast, tweeted about watching the Warriors-Lakers game on TV, and a Ripple commercial came on.

Crypto solutions gaining traction in countries

According to Ripple�s 2022 New Value Report, 70% of respondents from European financial institutions believe�that blockchain, the underlying technology that underpins Ripple�s cryptocurrency solutions, would have a major or significant impact on their industry over the next five years.

But thanks to Ripple�s two newest partnerships, businesses in Sweden and France are adopting crypto solutions right away rather than waiting until the next five years.

Lemonway, a pan-European payment company situated in Paris, has worked with Ripple since 2020 to streamline cross-border payments and reduce payout times for their consumers. The On-Demand Liquidity (ODL) solution from Ripple is currently being used by Lemonway to improve its internal treasury management.

Additionally, Ripple has disclosed a collaboration with Swedish money transfer service Xbaht to offer quick and inexpensive retail transactions.

Source: U.Today

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