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As 2023 comes to a close, Ripple and its developer community have many reasons to smile and meme.
Along these lines, RippleX has launched a fun and creative challenge for its developers and community members to end 2023 on a high note.
The challenge dubbed the #builtonXRPL Challenge, invites participants to create a meme for their project using the #builtonXRPL badge and stand a chance to win a trip to the Apex Developers Summit.
The year 2023 saw advances for XRP Ledger, and 2024 promises even more.
According to a report authored by Ripple CTO Joel Schwartz titled “RippleX 2024: A Visionary Outlook into the Future of Blockchain,” the Cross-Chain Bridge Amendment for XRP Ledger will head into the voting process in 2024.
Another source of excitement enabled by the Cross-Chain bridge is the XRP Ledger EVM-compatible sidechain, developed in collaboration with Ripple and Peersyst. The EVM-compatible sidechain marks an intriguing development, offering a bridge between XRP Ledger and the Ethereum ecosystem.
In November this year, Bishop Fox, a security firm, completed individual audits for both the XLS-38 bridge and the EVM sidechain on XRP Ledger.
RippleX seeks to add DID capabilities to XRP Ledger, as outlined in its proposed XLS-40 amendment. The XLS-40 amendment introduces DID capabilities to XRP Ledger, ushering in a new era of privacy, security and financial innovation.
XRP Ledger is ending the year 2023 on a strong note. According to XRPScan, XRP Ledger processed an all-time high of 6.8 million transactions per day on Dec. 30, 2023. The previous record was almost 5 million transactions per day in November 2021.