who they are?

XRPL Projects was the creation of Wietse Wind whilst Ali and Tristan were independant developers of their own XRPL projects. Through the XRPcommunity they came together and formed the company XRPL Labs!

XRPL Projects

XRPL Projects by Wietse Wind

  • Wieste Wind - Creator of the XRP TipBot!


Working together full time to develop applications for the XRP ledger.

  • Wieste Wind: @WietseWind
  • ALi: @baltazar223
  • Trsistan: @ThisIsTRISS

XRPL Projects and XRPL Labs

Developers commited to the XRP Ledger

XRP TipBot – XRPTipBot.com

XRParrot – XRParrot.com

XRP Community Blog – xrpcommunity.blog

FUDBingo – fudbingo.com

Ledger Exposed – ledger.exposed

XRPay(ments) – setup.xrpay.com


Signing Platform (App) – xumm

Decentralized Exchange UI

Cold Storage OS

Signing app & -platform place holder only
XRPL Labs Google docs form - Offer your assistance - Beta tester or other


Investing in Wietse Wind’s XRPL Labs

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Vanessa Pestritto

At Xpring, we are focused on growing the ecosystems around the Interledger Protocol and XRP Ledger. To do so, we need to work with developers that share our vision of interoperable blockchains and new use cases for XRP.

One of those developers is Wietse Wind. Wietse not only has excellent past experience, but understands the protocols and technical details of both the XRP Ledger and Interledger Protocol.

Wietse is also a leader in the XRP community, where he has dedicated personal time and resources to building projects and developer tools, contributing to the XRP Community Blog, and educating developers at local meetups. Wietse is a proven entrepreneur and has successfully grown his companies organically. He has built a technology consulting company, which serves numerous clients ranging from larger scale companies to smaller offices. He’s also built and ran a software company that provided a platform as a service for rapid web development.

We are thrilled to announce that Xpring has invested in Wietse Wind’s XRPL Labs. His creative approach, leadership and ability to engage developers were key differentiators in our decision to invest. He continues to stand up new products and projects while asking hard questions about how new technologies will enable new forms of engagement between people and machines (such as streaming payments for electrical power; see below). The funding will enable Wietse to dedicate more time and resources to his projects, which he will independently select.

XRP Community Fund

How the Fund was founded

Over 90 exchanges were tested by some of the XRP Community members. The XRPL implementation (different transaction types) were tested, and results were sent to the exchanges. Some exchanges decided to reward the community for their efforts. We (the testing community members) decided to use the bounties to start the XRP Community Fund.

What will be funded

The XRP Community Fund will be used to support the development of tools / apps / integrations / plugins that make it easier to use XRP for (consumer/small business) payments. We also hope to attract more developers to the community. Bounties will be available for developers working on tools requested over a longer period of time by the XRP Community.

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