As far back as May, there was a vote in favor of activating the XLS-20 amendment on the XRPL which was done by Ripple’s validators. Following the decision of building on the ongoing commitment to XRP Ledger’s good state, Ripple conducted extensive testing to get the XRPL’s capability to support the surplus transaction load brought about by local, on-ledger NFTs at scale. The RippleX also reached the top sustained throughput of 2,199 transactions every second when XRP payments.
More also, the developer’s tested NFT throughput by fabricating a million accounts that produced 20 NFTs each. XRP payments and NFT offers alongside NFT minted were also measured by RippleX.
The test environment consisted of 9 servers in a single Amazon Web Services region, 5 were configured as validators, and the remaining were configured to receive traffic from a load-generating benchmarking program located on a separate host. The test was based on synthetics workloads in an ideal environment.
San Francisco Got confident inXRPL Capacity
Following the earlier test, the arm of the San Francisco-based blockchain company, its team developers presently got confidence in the XRPL’s capacity to support the XLS-20 standard for non-fungible tokens.
Recall, in September, a $250 million fund for NFT creators who were curtained to work on the XRPL was introduced by Ripple. Ripple’s Ledger is the best fit for NFTs because of its speed, cheap transactions, ease, decentralization, and reliability as says, Ripple.