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Coil Allows Twitch, YouTube, Wikipedia, and Internet Archive Accept XRP Payments

Coil Allows Twitch, YouTube, Wikipedia, and Internet Archive Accept XRP Payments

A brand-new platform created by Ripple’s former CTO is now completely integrated with two popular media giants – Twitch and YouTube. This platform allows content creators and streamers to accept payments in XRP. It’s not Bitcoin, given that BTC does have the worldwide presence. But XRP isn’t far behind.

The company is called Coil. They aim to give internet content creators new ways to accept payments from their fans. The work is still in beta but has already allowed users to accept XRP payments. This works not only for streaming services but for Wikipedia and even the Internet Archive (Wayback Machine). Given that the platform uses Interledger, a protocol created by Ripple that’s designed to make payments easier, the process is simple and fast to set up.

You can find out more information about the program here.

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