A few hours ago, Ripple supporter Tiffany Hayden tweeted that XRPL transactions had "almost stopped" and believed that this congestion could be due to the decentralized nature or unsustainability of its network performance. In addition, she pointed out that the entire network has a point of failure that is severely affected by human factors. Subsequently, Ripple CTO David Schwartz acknowledged that there are some robustness issues with the actual design of the network, which is unusual for most blockchains. But he had a plan for redevelopment and made suggestions "a few months ago". Earlier, Schwartz announced improvements in core consensus and new features, such as the ability to issue stablecoins and any assets "anchored with certain external values", which will be implemented in the XRP ledger.