Ripple Collector's coin gold-silver
A silver collector coin with a gold Ripple logo
Ripple collectors coin
Silver collector's coins with golden Ripple logo made of brass, each piece in a plastic box
The collector's coin with the gold-stamped Ripple logo is the aesthetic materialization of this popular currency. Due to the digital nature of cryptocurrencies, our coins provide an excellent opportunity to "physically" present this intriguing invention of the 21st century. Each specimen is carefully packed in a plastic cap, which not only protects it, but additionally emphasizes its unique character. There is also the possibility of buying a special display presented in the picture, thanks to which the coin will attract further attention. It is perfect for home exhibitions or enlarging your own numismatic collection. It can also be a helpful tool in introducing other people to the topic of digital money, as well as a hit gift for the crypto-enthusiast!
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It is also possible to buy larger amounts of coins at promotional prices - please visit the "Coins Sets" section or contact us personally
Ripple? What's this?
Ripple is more known for its digital payment protocol than its cryptocurrency, XRP. Ripple operates on an open source and peer-to-peer decentralized platform that allows for a seamless transfer of money in any form, whether USD, Yen, litecoin, or bitcoin. To understand how the system works, consider a money transfer structure where the two parties on either end of the transaction use their preferred middlemen to receive the money. Lawrence needs to send $100 to David who lives in a different city. He gives his local agent, Kate, the money to send to David with a password that David is required to answer correctly to receive the funds. Kate alerts David’s agent, Rose, of the transaction details – recipient, funds to be reimbursed, and password. If David gives Rose the right password, Rose gives him $100. However, the money comes from Rose’s account which means that Kate would owe Rose $100. Rose can either record a journal of all Kate’s debt or IOUs which Kate would pay on an agreed day, or make counter transactions which would balance the debt. For example, if Rose was also Martin’s agent and Martin needed to transfer $100 to Itios whose agent is Kate, this would balance out the $100 owed to Rose, since Itios will be paid from Kate’s account.