ribble – rip·ple
1. A small wave or series of wavs on the surface of water, especially as caused by an object dropping into it or a slight breeze.
2. A crypto-currency engineered for banks and global money transfers, which strategically alters the surface of decentralized logic and surreptitiously operates in plain sight as a centralized payment authority.
“I know why Ripple accept Bitcoin, because their coin is worthless”