To keep up with its stake to XRP, each wrapped XRP is upheld by a solitary XRP for possible later use. Whenever clients wrap their XRP, they commonly send their coins to a shrewd agreement that gives the wrapped tokens. The XRP is put away and afterward returned when another person opens up their wrapped token.
This capacity to uninhibitedly change over between wrapped XRP and XRP keeps up with the stake, very much like BUSD and the US dollar (USD).
At the point when wrapped XRP’s value sinks beneath XRP’s value, brokers will buy the less expensive wrapped XRP and open up it for XRP to sell. This exchange will build interest for wrapped XRP and decrease its stockpile, raising its cost until it arrives at stake.
Whenever wrapped XRP transcends XRP’s value, brokers will wrap XRP to sell. This activity will increment wrapped XRP’s selling tension and supply, decreasing its cost until it’s fixed.