Tippy, a tipbot built for the XRP Ledger, may help rekindle overall interest in this concept. Users can send and receive tips on Twitter using $XRP or $CSC.
Tippy Arrives On The XRP Ledger
The concept of Tippy is very straightforward. Users can tip one another on Twitter through an easy command. The solution is entirely non-custodial and supports assets on the XRP ledger. In its current stage, those assets are XRP and CasinoCoin. Whether Tippy will support other assets in the future remains unknown, but it is a possibility.
You can send tips on Twitter with XRP and CSC.
To use with Tippy tipbots, users will have to get and connect a Xumm wallet on their mobile device. Set an XRP Ledger account, users can load the tipbot in XUMM itself. Desktop users can load the app externally and gain access to all of its features. Both options are straightforward and relatively novice-friendly.
Receiving tips requires users to follow a similar process. The first step is to sign up with the tipbot, followed by linking and XRP Ledger address to receive funds. The messages used to send tips to other users can be very simple or elaborate as one wants them to be. There is a bit of customization to look into for those willing to give more advanced options a try.
CasinoCoin Is More Popular
The introduction of CasinoCoin on this blockchain seems to spark a lot of attention. It is the first significant cryptocurrency to openly migrate to XRPL because of its speed, efficiency, and low costs.
An interesting dynamic between both assets, although one that is not necessarily indicative of what will happen in the future.