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Ripple Plans to Go Public After SEC Lawsuit Over XRP Is Resolved, CEO Says

Ripple could go public after the SEC lawsuit is resolved, according to CEO Brad Garlinghouse. He reportedly explained that the likelihood of this happening is “very high at some point.” Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse was asked at the Consensus 2021 conference on Wednesday whether Ripple will become a public company. He replied that the likelihood is “very high at some point.” Garlinghouse stressed that any initial public offering (IPO) plans would have to wait until Ripple resolves its lawsuit with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). He further pointed out that the securities regulator will be the one approving…

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Ripple Will Go Public After The SEC Lawsuit Ordeal Is Completed

Ripple will go public after the entire SEC lawsuit ordeal is completed as Brad Garlinghouse said during a Consensus 2021 conference which we read more about in our latest Ripple news. Garlinghouse confirmed that Ripple will go public after the SEC lawsuit and said that the lawsuit will probably be settled. During another interview, Garlinghouse said that XRP is a zero inflationary token, unlike BTC and ETH. Speaking at the event, Ripple’s CEO said the company looked into options for how it could become public in 2020 but the SEC’s allegations that it had conducted an unregistered security offering stopped…

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Ripple Could Go Public Soon If The US SEC Case Settles

Ripple could go public soon as it suggested it will walk out of the legal charges that it faces in the US which inevitably sent the whales on a buying spree so let’s read more in our latest Ripple news. Payments company Ripple could go public soon after the ongoing case with the US Securities and Exchange Commission is settled. In December 2020, Ripple was charged with the unlawful sale of the $1.3 billion worth of unregistered securities which is still going on today. However, it seems that the startup is quite positive that both parties will reach a settlement.…

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Ripple CEO Says He Feels ‘Really Good’ With The Progress Of The SEC Lawsuit

The United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) filed a lawsuit against San Francisco-based blockchain firm Ripple in December 2020. The agency alleged that XRP, the digital token that Ripple uses for cross border payments, has been an unregistered security for the past eight years. The SEC also told the court that both CEO Brad Garlinghouse and Executive Chairman Chris Larsen netted millions of dollars from their personal XRP sales. Interestingly, U.S. Magistrate Judge Sarah Netburn has granted most of Ripple’s motions so far. While it’s still early to say whether this means game over for the SEC’s suit against…

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A Ripple ügyvezetője nem tart kizártnak egy XRP tokenégetést

A Ripple cég ügyvezetője Brad Garlinghouse (képen balra, Chris Larsen társalapítóval) nyitna egy XRP tokenégetésre. Garlinghouse a Thinking Crypto YouTube interjú keretében mérlegelte egy esetleges XRP tokenégetés vagy az escrow tárcákban tárolt XRP-k szétosztását. Az ügyvezető mindkét lehetőséget reálisnak véli és kizárja, hogy a cég az 50 milliárdos escrowban csücsülő XRP vagyont a piacokra öntené, így nyomva lejjebb potenciálisan az árfolyamot. Néhány ember egyetért a pozícióval, miszerint a Ripple az XRP tokent az escrowból a közösség nyakába önti. Semmi értelme nem lenne egy XRP-dumpnak a Ripple cég vagy a körülötte aktív emberek számára. Ez nem képviseli az XRP ökoszisztéma legfontosabb…

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SEC Accuses Ripple of Harassment, Asks Judge to Block Access to Some Discovery Records

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has asked the judge in the SEC v. Ripple case to block Ripple and its executives from accessing various internal records it claims are unrelated to determining whether XRP is a security. The SEC says that the “defendants do not actually seek relevant evidence, but rather seek to harass the SEC, derail the case’s focus away from its merits, and bog down the SEC with document review.” SEC Seeks to Limit Ripple’s Access to Its Records The SEC wrote a letter to Judge Sarah Netburn Wednesday attempting to block Ripple from accessing certain…

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Ripple Open To Burning Nearly 50 Billion XRP Locked In Escrow – CEO Brad Garlinghouse

Ripple has been in the news for some undesired reasons of late, especially due to the ongoing case pitting the company against the US SEC. However, that hasn’t stopped Ripple’s crypto, XRP, from blossoming, although it hasn’t gained by much compared to other top cryptos like Bitcoin and Ethereum. For years now, members of the XRP community have called out Ripple for stalling its price by flooding the market with millions of XRP unlocked from escrow every month. Some have even called for an XRP fork to put a stop to Ripple’s meddling. Now, there seems to emerge a new…

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Ripple CTO Wants Hodlers To Reduce Crypto Exposure By Offloading Some

Ripple’s Chief Technology Officer (CTO), David Schwartz, has ured cryptocurrency holders to consider selling some amounts of their cryptocurrencies to minimize risk. Schwartz sounded the note of warning on Twitter.  Reduce Your Risk and Exposure The remark by the CTO of Ripple, David Schwartz, that holders should sell part of their cryptocurrencies took many crypto holders by surprise. Meanwhile, Schwartz clarified that his advice does not constitute a prediction of the cryptocurrency marketplace.  He emphasizes that those with life-changing cryptocurrency volumes should consider selling part of it to minimize loss.  This comes amid a bullish run for Ripple’s token, XRP. …

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Ripple becomes tidal wave, leads weekend pump and notches legal victories

As Ripple fends off SEC lawyers, XRP enjoys an explosive weekend pump Amid a weekend pump carrying multiple cryptocurrencies higher, Ripple’s XRP looks to be leading the way with a push as high as 30% on the daily — carried on the back of a string of legal victories and rumors of relisting at some exchanges.  Where Bitcoin and Ethereum are up merely 2.7% and 3.4% respectively on the day, XRP climbed to $1.36 before retreating to $1.32, where it sits at the time of publication. The digital currency is now up 111% on a 7 day basis, and a…

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SEC v Ripple: Court Denies SEC’s Request for Personal Financial Records Not Connected to XRP

In the SEC v. Ripple case, the court has denied the request by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) for personal financial records of Ripple’s executives that are not connected to XRP. The court says that it “is not convinced” that personal banking records would show the violations as claimed by the SEC. Another Win for XRP in SEC v Ripple Case In the lawsuit brought by the U.S. SEC against Ripple Labs, CEO Brad Garlinghouse, and co-founder Christian Larsen over the sale of XRP tokens, the court has denied the SEC’s request to obtain personal financial records of…

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XRP Retakes 4th Spot After Small SEC Victory: Price Analysis

XRP retakes 4th spot by market cap on CoinMarketCap after the small SEC Victory that we reported about earlier in our Ripple news. The CEO of Ripple Brad Garlinghouse tweeted “Today Was a good day” and he is not wrong. There are a lot of investors that are happy about the outcome because the SEC will have to provide documents on both ETH and BTC which could clear the way for Ripple in the future. Ripple Labs has been locked in a battle with the Securities and Exchange Commission which accused the company of offering unregistered security in its native…

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Ripple Wins Discovery: Judge Grants Access to SEC Internal Records on Bitcoin, Ether, XRP

Ripple Labs has reportedly won discovery from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). The court has ordered the commission to produce internal records relating to discussions of whether XRP tokens are similar to bitcoin and ether, which are currently not classified as securities. Ripple Wins Discovery From SEC, Gaining Access to the Commission’s Internal Crypto Records A telephonic discovery conference was held Tuesday for the case against Ripple Labs brought by the U.S. SEC. Ripple Labs reportedly “won discovery” from the SEC. U.S. Magistrate Judge Sarah Netburn said, “I’m going to grant in large part the defendants’ motion,” noting…

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Bitcoin Will Reach Full Potential Via Renewable Energy Mining: Ripple CEO

Bitcoin will reach full potential only via renewable energy mining according to the Ripple CEO because only then will Bitcoin mining start using 100% of its capabilities so let’s read more in our latest Bitcoin news. Ripple’s CEO Brad Garlinghouse clarified his opinion on BTC saying that he hasn’t argued for a ban against it. He did outline that one transaction with BTC requires about 75 gallons of oil and noted that the entire crypto space has to shift towards turning BTC mining into a clean energy business. Bitcoin’s expanding price garnered attention across the world and some were even…

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Ripple Could Go Forward Without XRP If It Loses SEC Lawsuit: CEO Brad Garlinghouse

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s lawsuit against Ripple continues to unfold with no possibility of reaching a settlement. The lawsuit alleges that Ripple alongside CEO Brad Garlinghouse and Chairman Chris Larsen raked in millions in profit from aiding and abetting illegal XRP sales.  Prominent crypto-oriented firms have distanced themselves from the embattled blockchain payments firm and its cryptocurrency. Cryptocurrency exchanges like Binance US, Bitstamp, Kraken, and Coinbase paused trading for XRP on their platforms while digital asset manager Grayscale terminated its XRP Trust. What’s worse, money transfer giant MoneyGram ended its multi-year long partnership with Ripple. But Ripple has…

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US Court Rejects SEC’s Attempt to Block XRP Holders’ Motion to Intervene in Ripple Lawsuit

In the SEC v. Ripple lawsuit, the court has rejected the SEC’s attempt to block XRP holders’ Motion to Intervene and has set submission deadlines for the motion to be filed as well as for responses from the SEC and Ripple. Judge Dismissed SEC’s Attempt to Stop XRP Holders From Intervening in Ripple Lawsuit In the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) v. Ripple Labs case, the district court of the Southern District of New York “has reviewed the parties’ and proposed intervenors’ letters dated March 19 and 26, 2021,” according to the court document filed Monday. The SEC filed…

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Powers On… Why the SEC is not your friend (and how to deal with that)

A former SEC attorney argues that Ripple's Brad Garlinghouse and Chris Larsen are being asked for documents that seem to demonstrate significant overreach. Powers On... is a new monthly opinion column from Marc Powers, who spent much of his 40-year legal career working with complex securities-related cases in the United States after a stint with the SEC. He is now an Adjunct Professor at Florida International University School of Law, where he teaches a course on 'Blockchain, Crypto and Regulatory Considerations.' While I was in private law practice for 35 years, after serving for five years in the Security and…

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Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse Hints More Investments And Acquisitions Coming Soon

To say that Ripple acquiring a stake in MoneyGram last year excited the XRP army is an understatement. The company now owns 10% of MoneyGram’s common stock after investing a staggering $50 million. MoneyGram, in return, leverages Ripple’s XRP-based payments technology for its international transactions. Now, the CEO of Ripple — the company behind the XRP cryptocurrency — has recently hinted that the firm is set to ink new acquisitions and deals in the near future.  More Acquisitions In Coming Months Speaking in the latest episode of Ripple Drop, Brad Garlinghouse observed that the Coronavirus crisis has wreaked havoc on…

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Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse Explains Why CBDCs Don’t Threaten XRP

In a recent tweet, Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse continues to bolster the opinion that digital assets like XRP aren’t threatened by Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDCs), but rather, convinced that XRP would be that bridge amongst different CBDCs. XRP, The Facilitator Brad Garlinghouse of Ripple some few hours ago further buttressed the point highlighted in the Ripple Insight’s latest newsletter that CBDC is one thing, interoperability amongst different CBDCs is another. And if any project isn’t thinking of how these various projects will work together, it’s just basically “re-building the same siloed system.” Over 70% of the central banks around…

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Ripple’s Brad Garlinghouse Criticizes Indian Government’s Proposed Cryptocurrency Trading Ban

The Indian government is reportedly preparing to introduce a new law that will prevent citizens from participating in cryptocurrency trading going forward. In a searing attack on the government, Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse indicated that the decision to ban crypto trading cripples the nascent crypto industry. India’s Proposed Bill Targets Cryptocurrency Trading According to Bloomberg, India’s federal cabinet is examining a new bill before sending it to parliament to be debated. Sources familiar with the matter told the publication that India is interested in exploring blockchain technology, but it is against cryptocurrency trading. With already stringent regulations in place, this…

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Ripple’s Brad Garlinghouse Predicts Further Loss USD Value

Ripple’s Brad Garlinghouse predicts even more losses for the value of the US dollar after what it was a crazy year in every sense of the word. The businesses are left wondering how to go on ahead but the Ripple Labs CEO believes that the craziness will continue further so let’s find out more in the Ripple news. Ripple’s Brad Garlinghouse predicts as he tweeted that the “pandemic is throwing so many playbooks out of the window.” He continued: “Yesterday’s action flies in the face of decades of precedent.” He pointed out towards an article from the Wall Street Journal…

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