Why is the value of XRP sent different than the value received?
Money in your BRD XRP wallet is always held as XRP, and the value in your local currency is displayed as an estimate only. The exchange rate used to make this estimate is always fluctuating, and depending on when a transaction is sent or received the estimated value of the transaction can change. It is common for the estimated value of a transaction to be seen differently by the sender and receiver, however the amount of XRP sent should not change.
NOTE: If you sent 20XRP or less to your BRD app, you might see the transaction listed in your XRP wallet's transaction list with a 0XRP balance. This is normal as the Ripple network requires a base reserve of 20XRP for each address on the XRP ledger. This amount cannot be sent out to another address on the network.