Ripple (XRP) is designed for global money transfers and banks. Since its release in 2012 the main goal of Ripple is to enable “secure, instantly and nearly free global financial transactions of any size with no chargebacks”. Ripple has been adopted by banks and other financial institutions like for example UBS, Santander and UniCredit. Those companies believe Ripple’s system to be more secure than other digital currencies and being able to offer better prices compared to the available alternatives. It allows users to send, receive, and hold any currency in a decentralized way via the Ripple network. The company is cash-flow positive and holds a vast store of XRP, which it periodically releases into the market. You can watch the video below for a basic explanation about Ripple:
Ripple gambling websites
Even though Ripple is one of the biggest cryptocurrencies based on marketcap it is currently not used much for gambling purposes. The only two gambling sites to accept Ripple as deposit and withdrawal option are https://www.1xbit.com and https://www.betcoin.ag.