Ripple company, which is in trouble with the lawsuit filed by the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), has been making a name for itself with the important names it has added to its staff recently.
The company announced today that it has recruited another important name from IBM, after announcing yesterday that Devraj Varadhan, one of the top executives of Amazon, was appointed as senior vice president of Ripple’s engineering team.
Accordingly, Matt Hamilton, who works as a developer attorney at IBM, will join Ripple next month as director of developer relations.
In his first statement on the issue, Hamilton said he has been interested in XRP Ledger for several years and will be excited to help build the ‘Internet of Value’.
Hamilton explains his goal at Ripple as helping developers learn and learn about the features and functions of the XRPL, as well as work with the community to highlight the ‘great’ work of existing developers. The most common reaction from developers to the XRP Ledger, Hamilton said, “I didn’t know the XRP Ledger could do that!” He emphasized that they were going to eliminate it.
Hamilton’s position directly concerns XRP. XRP is trading at $ 0.30 as of 21.10 TSI.