Thursday, October 29, 2020

SendFriend CEO David Lighton Talks How Blockchain Improves Remittances With Ripple’s Ginger Baker

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In a fireside chat at Ripple’s University Blockchain Research Initiative (UBRI) Connect Conference, Ripple’s Sr. Director of Product, Ginger Baker, talked with SendFriend CEO, David Lighton, about how their international money transfer app leverages blockchain technology and digital assets to create faster, less expensive and more inclusive international money transfers for immigrants in the U.S.

The two discussed how SendFriend’s RippleNet powered product helps make remittance payments faster and cheaper for their customers. They also talked about the why direct impacts of the technology on the end user, real people that rely on sending money around the world particularly in the Philippines.

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