In a Twitter discussion, Matt Hamilton, head of developer relations at RippleX, said that in the future, Ripple plans to add ODL metrics to its website, making it visible to both institutional and individual customers. This was reported by YouTube on the 17th (local time).
But he didn’t say exactly when this would end.
[Ripple to make ODL metrics available on your website]
In a recent tweet, Leonidas Hadjiloizou, a blockchain researcher who frequently shares data about XRP, suggested in a recent tweet that Ripple should make ODL indicators visible to anyone on the company’s website.
“I think we need to make sure that many details are not visible, but that financial institutions and individuals can see’the product is working and being used.'”
This could include a working ODL corridor, the total amount of XRP sent since ODL launch in 1 and 24 hours, and so on.
“It’s already been discussed,” said Matt Hamilton of Ripple’s development platform, RippleX. He did not share the release date of the ODL metrics on the Ripple website, but he wrote that he was willing to do this in the future.
On-Demand Lucidity (ODL; formerly called xRapid) is a Ripple product for fast and inexpensive transnational remittances using XRP.
There are several ODL-based corridors based on Ripple in cryptocurrency exchanges such as the EU, Mexico, the Philippines, and Australia, and after Ripple cooperated with Australia’s payment provider Novati, another corridor was installed. .
Another Ripple partner, FlashFX, also recently announced that it will create several new ODL corridors.
(In a Twitter discussion, director of developer relations at RippleX, Matt Hamilton, shared that in the future Ripple plans to add ODL metrics to its website to make it visible for both institutional and individual clients.)
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