Skype can integrate micropayments in cryptocurrency, namely in the Ripple payment tokenToken
– is an accounting unit that is used to represent a digital balance in an asset.Details (XRP). This was reported by one of the employees of the Skype company, on April 8th.
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Ripple's micropayments for Skype
David Olliver, co-founder of Ripple, announced the offer for Skype. The message stated that the Skype service can add support for the cryptocurrency payment system, as well as the XRP token. This would enable all users of the messenger to make micropayments directly within the Skype network.
The answer from Skype is very interested in the crypto-community. One of the employees of the company offered to vote among the messenger users and announced that he had shared information about the integration with his colleagues. It is likely that Skype can agree on a tempting offer from Ripple.
In addition, it was stated that the Skype project is currently owned by Microsoft. Therefore, the decision on integration can be made only by the company-owner at the joint voting and discussion. In their response, Skype was asked to wait a bit, since such decisions take time.
Meanwhile, on the official Skype website, you can vote for the introduction of crypto-payments into the system.
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"Ladies and Gentlemen! Peter from @ Skype finally answered with a promising message. He also asked us to support this idea by voting and sharing our thoughts. If you didn't vote, do it now." – The representative of the company Ripple, Twitter.
Skype is going to add support for micropayments in Ripple. Recall that the social network Twitter has added support for micropayments in Bitcoins.
Editor: Alyona Nabok