- Ripple is hiring a product manager to manage RippleNet Home
- RippleNet Home was unveiled during last year’s SWELL conference
According to a recent Ripple job posting titled, “Product Manager, RippleNet Home.”, Ripple is looking to further RippleNet Home development. The job posting is looking for a product manager with over eight years of experience to lead RippleNet Home development.
Understand customer needs and develop the product roadmap for RippleNet Home, a highly visible and technically complex product
Prioritize, define and develop features for RippleNet home; write specs and user stories, test plans, and release checklists; communicate functionality to internal and external customers and incorporate feedback in future releases
Own the product roadmap, and communicate product releases to executive, sales, business marketing, and business operation stakeholdersRipple
The job posting also notes that the product manager will be responsible for developing and implementing the roadmap for RippleNet Home. This is the first public RippleNet home development since debuting at Ripple’s SWELL conference 2019.
While RippleNet Home begins to take shape, RippleNet usage surges amid COVID-19.
RippletNet Home is a new Ripple product that will allow various RippleNet customers to interact and partner with one another. RippleNet Home offers many additional services built upon the existing RippleNet platform.
According to the presentation, RippleNet Home will help institutions grow by providing insights on their RippleNet usage and then recommending actions. This includes suggesting partnerships with other institutions and customers. Furthermore, RippleNet Home will use AI to provide market research and help minimize human error. By offering customers more than a better pay to settle payments, RippleNet Home will be a boon for RippleNet.
RippleNet has already seen a surge in interest in 2020 Q1. With institutions going digital and Ripple’s ever-growing network, liquidity has been reaching new highs.
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