Selling Ripple made simple.
At Bitinvestor we’ve made it simple to sell Ripple.
As soon as you’ve sent us your Ripple, we’ll initiate a bank transfer to you. You will usually receive your money within a few hours, but always within 2 business days.
And if you face problems or have any questions, we’re ready to help in our livechat every day of the week!
How do you sell Ripple?
Why sell through Bitinvestor?
Local bank transfer
We pay out through the local banking systems for EUR, GBP, and DKK so you don’t have to worry about international methods.
We sit ready in our livechat every day of the week from 8 AM to 8 PM or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
As soon as we receive your cryptocurrency, we intiate the bank transfer to your account.
Bitinvestor is regulated by the Danish Financial Authorities and Fintrac Canada.
Learn about Ripple
Why should you choose Ripple?
Strategic Alliances: Ripple’s multiple alliances with well-known financial organizations suggest that it may be extensively incorporated into the world financial system.
Swift Transactions: Ripple offers a scalable solution that can be appealing to potential investors due to its quick transaction processing speed and capacity to manage numerous transfers at once.
Global Adoption: The protocol’s widespread adoption and acceptance, particularly among Asian banks, attest to its effectiveness and dependability as a transfer mechanism and point to a bright future.
Regulatory Compliance: Ripple has always tried to abide by regulatory requirements, in contrast to many other cryptocurrencies, which may protect it against upcoming regulatory crackdowns.
In 2012, Ripple Labs Inc. introduced Ripple to the cryptocurrency world with the intention of facilitating instantaneous, direct transfers between two parties. The idea behind Ripple was to establish a decentralized monetary system that would allow individuals to make money independently of established financial institutions. Ripple is unique in that it functions as both a platform and a currency. The open-source system known as RippleNet, which powers the Ripple platform, enables quick and inexpensive international transactions.
In the past, Ripple became well-known as a digital payment mechanism in addition to a cryptocurrency (XRP). Its unique focus on making it possible for banks and other financial institutions to make cross-border payments in real time has set it apart from previous cryptocurrencies that mainly aimed to act as a substitute for conventional currencies
Who is behind Ripple?
Ripple was co-founded by Chris Larsen and Jed McCaleb. The San Francisco-based company has persistently positioned Ripple not merely as a cryptocurrency but as a transfer protocol that can facilitate international monetary transactions. Over time, the company has forged partnerships with various high-profile financial institutions, including American Express, Santander, and various Asian banks, aiming to offer a frictionless operation for money to be transferred globally.
Ripple Labs, while subject to several legal challenges and scrutiny about the status of XRP as a security, has continued to forge ahead, driving advancements and partnerships in the financial world.
What makes Ripple unique?
Cryptocurrency and Conventional Finance: Ripple has effectively closed the divide between traditional centralized financial systems and decentralized cryptocurrency. In addition to facilitating the safe, instantaneous transfer of XRP, RippleNet also makes it possible to transfer other currencies and commodities, such as fiat or gold.
Institutional Involvement: Ripple welcomes traditional financial institutions, in contrast to many other cryptocurrencies that avoid them. It maintains a distinct position in the cryptocurrency market because to its collaborations with numerous institutions and financial services to enhance cross-border payments.
Regulatory Conformity: Ripple has positioned itself as a digital currency that complies with conventional financial standards, giving users and investors a certain amount of security and trust
Frequently asked questions
When you sell Ripple, we will initiate a bank transfer to your bank as soon as we receive your Ripple. The money usually arrives within hours, but always within 2 business days.
As soon as we receive your Ripple, the price gets locked in.
When selling, the price is locked in after your transaction has 1 confirmation on the blockchain. That usually never takes more than 5 minutes.