1. What is Ripple (XRP)?
Ripple positions itself as a complement to, rather than a competitor with, Bitcoin - the site has a page dedicated to Ripple for bitcoiners. Ripple is a distributed network, which means transactions occur immediately across the network - and as it is peer to peer - the network is resilient to systemic risk. Ripples aren't mined - unlike bitcoin and its peers - but each transaction destroys a small amount of XRP, which adds a deflationary measure into the system. There are 100 billion XRP at present.
2. Detailed parameters
Block time：Second to
Max Supply: 100,000,000,000
Main features: Google's investment, decentralized trading function has been realized, the practical application prospects are good
Inadequacies: technology needs to be improved, XRP distribution has a solution
Official Website: https://ripple.com/
Block Explorer: https://xrpcharts.ripple.com/#/graph/
White papers: https://qtum.org/zh/white-papers
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