The toolkit enhanced UX via its interface, and it also improves XRP transactions by signing, preparing and submitting transactions.
From now on, the signing of XRP Ledger transactions will be possible via a web browser or a regular hardware wallet.
By making the XRP Ledger better and by enhancing its features, the XRP Toolkit will make sure that Ripple’s XRP gains more versatility, and it will also support increasing awareness and adoption across the globe.
This will also support more experiments in the future and a more in-depth understanding of the XRP Ledger.
“The XRP ledger was built for way more than simply sending and receiving XRP; it features things like a decentralized exchange, issued currencies and escrow transactions for good reasons. The XRP Toolkit project was started to… unlock more of the XRP ledger’s full potential,” RareData – the community member who started the toolkit- said.