Ripple, behind the XRP, the third largest cryptographic currency on the market, hired former Facebook employee Kahina Van Dyke as vice president of business and corporate development.
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In the press release, Van Dyke said he joined Ripple to remove the problems with cross-border payments to Blockchain.
In a press release, Van Dyke said he would join Ripple to remove cross-
Van Dyke, who has more than 20 years of experience in the banking and finTech sectors, has played an important role in MasterCard and Facebook, "said Ripple's new employee, who said the current global payment system, built nearly 40 years ago, no longer meets today's business needs. According to LinkedIn's profile, Van Dyke has been the Global Director of Financial Services and Payment Partnerships on Facebook for more than two years.
In June, Ripple's chief cryptographer David Schwartz cited low scalability and confidentiality issues as a reason for bank failures,
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