RRipple to Provide ODL Metrics to Institutions and Private Clients

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Matt Hamilton, director of developer relations at RippleX, shared on Twitter that Ripple expects to add ODL indicators to its website in the future to make it available to both institutional and individual customers.

He did not, however, specify when this would be completed.

Ripple to make ODL metrics available on its website

In a recent tweet, blockchain researcher Leonidas Hadjiloizou, who frequently shares XRP data, suggested that the fintech behemoth Ripple make ODL metrics available to everyone on the company’s website.

He claims that not many data should be available, but only enough to demonstrate to financial firms and individuals that “the product is working and being used.”

This could include operational ODL corridors, XRP amounts transmitted over varying time spans ranging from 1 hour to 24 hours, as well as the cumulative XRP number sent after ODL’s inception, and so on.

Matt Hamilton, the head of Ripple’s dev network RippleX, replied that this opportunity has already been addressed. He was unable to include specific dates for the implementation of ODL metrics on the Ripple website, but he did write that the company plans to do so in the future.

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About On-Demand Liquidity

On-Demand Liquidity (ODL) is a Ripple product that allows for fast and low-cost cross-border money transactions using XRP.

There are many ODL-based corridors operated by Ripple on crypto exchanges – in the EU, Mexico, the Philippines, and Australia – and now another one has been developed following Ripple’s collaboration with the Australian payments operator Novatti.

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