The crypto ecosystem, and precisely that led by Ripple’s XRP, is getting hotter and more expansive every day. Besides the looming bull run, the XRP-based Interledger system is now getting linked up with Coil, all courtesy of a new revolutionary browser dubbed Puma Browser.
The Puma Browser is a particularly privacy-focused browser developed by a San Francisco-based company called Puma Technologies.
For good measure, the browser offers the perfect platform for paying for services and content without users being bombarded with numerous ads and tracking issues. The browser has just been launched, and there’s even more to it.
Interledger And Coil
For starters, Ripple’s Interledger protocol is a reconciliatory system that facilitates the integration of different crypto-based payment systems. For example, the platform can provide a conducive environment for XRP and ETH protocols to work seamlessly together.
On the other hand, Coil is a platform built by a former Ripple executive Stefan Thomas and is its main goal is to help web content creators to monetize their content in a more efficient way.
Now, the new Puma Browser will link both the Coil platform and Interledger to provide a privacy-oriented and ads-free web platform for facilitating payments. In this case, XRP should be expected to feature prominently.
What It Means
The integration of these two innovative systems to run effectively on the secure Puma browser means that crypto mass adoption could get a boost especially if the users transact in cryptos.
Many blockchain-oriented companies have been working to develop such systems to foster crypto adoption by coming up with more effective and user-friendly payment solutions.
In fact, according to a recent tweet sent out by the XRP Research Center, the launching of the Puma Browser is a step closer to the much anticipated goal of developing a truly integrated Internet of Value.