XRP Use Cases Explode With DeFi Crypto Integration

XRP Use Cases Explode With DeFi Crypto Integration

XRP is experiencing a burst in new use cases now that its latest integration allows users to leverage the fourth-largest crypto asset in a number of decentralized finance (DeFi) applications.

Wanchain’s (WAN) CEO and founder Jack Lu reveals that XRP tokens will soon be available for (DeFi) use cases on the blockchain interoperability platform.

“I’m so happy to announce that Wanchain’s decentralized cross-chain bridges for XRP are about to go live on mainnet. This means that XRP tokens can now be used for liquidity mining and yield farming.”

Wanchain (WAN) is a cross-chain infrastructure that connects isolated public and private blockchains. It is designed to host decentralized applications for the financial industry and to enable the transfer of assets. Its suite of products includes automated market maker WanSwap, lending platform WanLend, and yield-farming DeFi dApp WanFarm.

Lu adds that XRP holders will not only be able to utilize more of DeFi’s use cases on Wanchain’s array of products, but they can also interact with other popular public blockchains using Ripple’s native token.

“XRP holders can now engage with DeFi applications such as WanSwap, WanLand, WanFarm and many more on the Wanchain and the Ethereum and certainly on more blockchains in the future.”

Besides XRP, other cryptocurrencies that have been integrated into Wanchain’s list of DeFi applications include Ethereum (ETH), Bitcoin (BTC), and EOS.

At time of writing, the fourth-largest cryptocurrency is trading at $1.58, up 18% in the last 24 hours, according to CoinMarketCap.

Original Source : dailyhodl.com

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