“Allowing money to move around the world as easily and cheaply as an email”.

Stefan Thomas (@Justmoon). Co-creator of the Interledgar Protocol and the Codius platform.

Interledger Protocol (ILP)

ILP is an open protocol suite for sending payments across different ledgers. Like routers on the Internet, connectors route packets of money across independent payment networks.

ILP enables interoperability for any value transfer system whilst not being tied to any one company, blockchain, or currency. Learn more


XRP is, comparatively, the most efficient digital asset in existence. It has an on-ledger throughput of about 1,500 tps, being able to settle payments with deterministisc finality in 4 seconds whilst it is operated by an inherently decentralized network.

XRP is hosted by the XRP Ledger, which is a decentralized cryptographic ledger powered by a network of peer-to-peer rippled servers. Learn more


Codius is an open hosting protocol for smart programs, carrying with it all of the connotations that implies – distributed peer-to-peer hosting and third-party verified smart contracts. But Codius brings a host of its own features to the table as well, offering flexibility in distribution and development.

With Codius, smart programs can hold assets of their own on any or multiple cryptography-based ledgers, such as Bitcoin and XRP. Learn more.

What is the Internet of Value?

  1. Cheap and seamless interoperability between dissimilar payment networks (ILP).
  2. Ability to send micropayments in a secure manner (ILP).
  3. Easy and cheap access to liquidity in any part of the World, allowing for more efficient cross-border value movement (XRP).
  4. Programmable transactions (Codius).