Ripple is already one of the most disruptive startups in existence, according to a new review by one of the top financial agencies in the United States.
The crypto-focused payment company holds 28th place on CNBC’s new Disbitor 50 list. CNBC says the companies on their list have collectively raised more than $ 74 billion and continue to grow despite the global economic downturn.
“[These companies] are ready to emerge from the coronavirus pandemic with technology platforms that have the power to dominate.
The start-ups that make up the list of destroyers in 2020 are at the epicenter of a world that is changing in unimaginable ways, turning ideas into cybersecurity, education, healthcare, logistics / supply, fintech and agriculture into a new wave. from businesses for billions of dollars. “
CNBC reviewed more than 1,000 startups, narrowed the list to less than 200, and then analyzed which companies performed well in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic to determine their final 50.
When evaluating the San Francisco-based technology startup Ripple, the agency emphasizes the use of the XRP crypto asset to power instant and cost-effective money transfers.
“Digital assets and blockchain technology have the potential to have a huge impact on cross-border payments – MoneyGram and Ripple are examples of this.”
The popular Robinhood trading app, which allows consumers to buy and sell stocks as well as cryptocurrencies, ranks 46th on the list of subversive companies.