Remessa Online & Ripple Share “Exciting” News is Coming for Customers to Get “Zero Bank Fees”
Remessa Online, the international money transfer company that is running on Ripple has some “exciting” things planned out for its clients this month. The company is already live on xCurrent with plans to expand to XRP in the future once it gets regulated.
Though it is yet to reveal what they are planning with its partner, given the fact that it is associated with Ripple, we would surely be seeing more adoption of Ripple products. We just might see some news about xRapid implementation or might we say XRP as well as it would provide its clients’ faster cross-border payments with lower fees. That’s yet to be seen!
However, Remessa Online has already given its customers an exciting offer in the form of zero bank fees in this month, starting from May 4th.
In March the @RemessaOnline & @Ripple partnership will bring exciting news to our clients. From March 04th to March 31st we will waive the bank fee charged!! 0 BANK FEE!! Come join the revolution!! #LetPeopleBeeGlobal #RunsOnRipple
— Remessa Online (@RemessaOnline) March 1, 2019
Brazilian startup, BeeTech Global that is powering up Remessa Online is another Ripple partner is already benefiting from ist products as it has been able to:
“eliminate SWIFT fees for all of its remittance corridors, dropping in its own fees from $20 to $2 per transaction in the process.”
At the time of writing, Ripple’s XRP has been trading at $0.3164 with 24-hours loss of 1.14 percent while managing the daily trading volume of $693 million.
Meanwhile, in a separate event, Forbes and Ripple community are fighting it out as Fobes called XRP a scam as the article contributor wrote,
“Is Ripple A Scam? – At its core, the Ripple business model is a pump and dump scheme.”
— Jason Bloomberg (@TheEbizWizard) March 1, 2019
In response, XRP community turned the tables on the media channel, “Is Forbes a scam? – At its core, the @Forbes business model is an obsolete model that relies on FUD. (Not financial advice).”
Is Forbes a scam? – At its core, the @Forbes business model is an obsolete model that relies on FUD. (Not financial advice). #xrp #xrpthestandard #XRPcommunity #xrpthebase @digitalassetbuy @XRPTrump @haydentiff @XRPcryptowolf @SgtObiWan @C3_Nik @marvin_xrp @Ripple @nbougalis pic.twitter.com/wGkujXCtd7
— Oskar Arnarson (@oskararnarson) March 1, 2019