This week on Developer Reflections, we’re proud to highlight Ziggurat, which provides multiple blockchain networks with multiple layers of stability. By reverse-engineering the network protocol and using lightweight "synthetic" nodes, Ziggurat provides XRP Ledger node developers with the foundation of reliability, performance, and scalability needed to realize their true potential.
This week on Developer Reflections, we’re proud to highlight GemWallet, a browser extension which acts as a Web3 connectivity to the XRP Ledger. GemWallet enables you to make fast, secure and cheap payments on the XRP Ledger. In addition, you can use GemWallet to sign in with your XRP Ledger address across various websites that it integrates with.
We’re excited to be reigniting Developer Reflections, and kicking off this week we’re proud to highlight CryptoIso20022 Interop, which enables interoperability between ISO 20022 file formats and cryptocurrency payments to facilitate sending and processing received crypto payments within existing financial software's ISO 20022 capabilities. In other words, CryptoIso20022 Interop is a product to simplify accounting workflows for small to medium-sized enterprizes.
As previously announced, the NonFungibleTokensV1_1 amendment became enabled on the XRP Ledger on 2022-10-31 following the fixRemoveNFTokenAutoTrustLine amendment on 2022-10-27. As a result, native Non-Fungible Tokens (per the XLS-20 spec) can now be minted and used on the XRP Ledger Mainnet.
Exciting news for the XRP Ledger community: Developer Reflections returns to the XRPL.org blog today. The developer content series spotlights the work being done by the growing developer community using the XRP Ledger (XRPL) or related open-source technologies for their products and apps.
The ExpandedSignerList amendment became enabled on the XRP Ledger on 2022-10-13, allowing multi-signing lists to support up to 32 entries (up from 8) and additional metadata on each signer. Additionally, the fixRemoveNFTokenAutoTrustLine amendment has gained support from over 80% of trusted validators, which puts XLS-20 Non-Fungible Token (NFT) support on track for becoming enabled on the XRP Ledger Mainnet in the near future. All XRP Ledger users should upgrade to version 1.9.4 of the core XRP Ledger server for service continuity.
Are you a developer looking to start your blockchain journey or build on the XRP Ledger (XRPL)? Look no further than the XRP Ledger Learning Portal, the just-launched learning tool that simplifies the learning experience for developers wanting to start building.
Version 1.9.4 of
rippled, the reference server implementation of the XRP Ledger protocol, is now available. This release introduces a new amendment to the XRP Ledger protocol, fixRemoveNFTokenAutoTrustLine, to mitigate a potential denial-of-service attack against non-fungible token (NFT) issuers.
The NonFungibleTokensV1_1 amendment to the XRP Ledger, introduced in version 1.9.2 of the
rippled server implementation, has gained support from a majority of trusted validators. Currently, it is expected to become enabled on 2022-09-13. As long as the NonFungibleTokensV1_1 amendment continues to have the support of over 80% of trusted validators continuously, it will become enabled on the scheduled date, adding native support for non-fungible tokens (NFTs) to the ledger, following the XLS-20 specification.
Version 1.9.3 of
rippled, the reference server implementation of the XRP Ledger protocol, is now available. This release corrects a technical flaw that could cause servers to incorrectly process stored amendment votes during startup and fixes a minor issue with with copy constructor of
Version 1.9.2 of
rippled, the reference server implementation of the XRP Ledger protocol, is now available. This release includes several fixes and improvements, including a second new fix amendment to correct a bug in Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) code, a new API method for order book changes, less noisy logging, and other small fixes.
Today, RippleX and the XRP Ledger Foundation (XRPLF) are pleased to announce the 1.0 release of Clio—an XRP Ledger API server optimized for HTTP and WebSocket API calls.
Version 1.9.1 of
rippled, the reference server implementation of the XRP Ledger protocol, is now available. This release includes several important fixes, including a fix for a syncing issue from 1.9.0, a new fix amendment to correct a bug in the new Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) code, and a new amendment to allow multi-signing by up to 32 signers.
Version 1.9.0 of
rippled, the reference server implementation of the XRP Ledger protocol, is now available. This release includes the XLS-20 amendment and fixes and updates for stability and security.
Today, RippleX and the XRP Ledger Foundation (XRPLF) are pleased to announce the first beta release for Clio, an XRP Ledger API server optimized for WebSocket or HTTP API calls.
The "NFT-Devnet" is a test network running experimental code to support Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) natively on the XRP Ledger (per the XLS-20 draft standard). Ripple has reset the NFT-Devnet while upgrading it to the latest version of the preview code.
Version 1.8.5 of
rippled, the reference server implementation of the XRP Ledger protocol, is now available. This release includes fixes and updates for stability and security, and improvements to build scripts, including the ability to compile natively on Apple's M1 chips. There are no user-facing API or protocol changes in this release.
Version 1.8.4 of
rippled, the reference server implementation of the XRP Ledger protocol, is now available. This release improves syncing performance including a new "fast load" setting, adds countermeasures for a security vulnerability in LZ4, and adjusts some tuning parameters to improve resource usage. Notably, this release limits pathfinding API methods to fewer and shorter paths because the previous pathfinding settings were causing excessive memory usage as a result of the overall size of the XRP Ledger Mainnet data.
This release supersedes version 1.8.3, and fixes an issue that was discovered during the release cycle.