Can Ripple roll back or block a transaction? CEO Brad Garlinghouse responds

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September 8, 2018 by
Can Ripple roll back or block a transaction? CEO Brad Garlinghouse responds

Ripple CEO, Brad Garlinghouse, in a recent meeting gone over about a variety of issues such as future of Surge, Madonna & Ashton Kutcher supporting XRP, whether Surge could curtail or obstruct a transaction and also more.

In the TechCrunch Disrupt seminar in San Fransisco, Michael Arrington asked Garlinghouse if Surge could roll back a transaction. “Absolutely not.” Clearing up the confusion Garlinghouse responded stating, “This is among the fun kind of false information points people claim that like Surge could obstruct a transaction– not real. Can we curtail a deal? Not true.”

Arrington additionally goes on to ask if it means that they could but they won’t. To which, Garlington again ensures that they really can’t.

Ripple Chief Executive Officer on XRP vs Bitcoin in terms of decentralisation

In the seminar, recruiter, Mike Butcher stated, “… evidently libertarians to today, rail against Surge as well as XRP and any person who manage them, including Arrington XRP. So Brad, some of these libertarians, some of them, actually, essentially, called you the evil one, Lucifer.”

To which, Garlinghouse reacts stating he’s not and also attempts to prove the point after Arrington prompts him to. He stated, “If you want to transform the means payments function, if you actually wish to reinvent the method deals work in this regard, it’s not going to happen by everyone giving up their existing framework as well as just switching over to something brand-new as long as I am really a bowl on Bitcoin (BTC). The Bitcoin blockchain is not mosting likely to be one journal to rule them all.”

While reviewing about Bitcoin blockchain as well as XRP Journal, Brad Garlinghouse stated, “… miners regulate 50% of the [Bitcoin blockchain], by any step, the XRP Journal is extra decentralized than the Bitcoin blockchain.”

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