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Ripple CEO Talks About the XRP Lawsuit And Other Hot Topics

Why is Ripple so Silent about the SEC lawsuit? Did it pay exchanges to list XRP? What about the future? Brad Garlinghouse answered these questions… and more. 2021 has started off well for most of the crypto ecosystem, except for Ripple. The company is on the verge of one of the riskiest lawsuits in the […]

Uphold Will Continue to List XRP & Allow Trading, Unless A Court Decision Favors the SEC

Uphold, a crypto exchange operator and payments processor announced in a press release on Monday that it will not be delisting XRP despite its ongoing woes with the SEC. According to the post, Uphold will only delist XRP if the SEC’s complaint against Ripple is ‘adjudicated to determine that XRP is currently a security, or […]

Ripple’s SEC Lawsuit: Will XRP Survive Its Unregistered Security Status?

Ripple has been sued by the SEC over ongoing sales of its XRP cryptocurrency. How will Ripple navigate the charges? Ripple, the company responsible for the XRP cryptocurrency, has been sued by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Now, many in the crypto community are questioning whether XRP can thrive after the lawsuit concludes. Details […]

SEC Raises the Limit of Crowdfunding, A Better Alternative to ICO, IEO, & Venture Capital for Crypto Startups

The US Securities and Exchange Commission raised the limit on crowdfunding from $1.07 million to $5 million, making it easier for startups to raise money from non-accredited investors. With a 3-2 vote on Monday, several exemptions were made to federal securities legal guidelines that require issuers to register with the SEC and publish monetary statements. […]

SEC Raises Fundraising Limits for Crypto Startups and Small Businesses

Crypto startups will have an easier time fundraising under new rules from the SEC The SEC has raised the maximum limit that small- and medium-sized businesses can raise via token sales and other securities offerings. Streamlined Regulations with Higher Limits Commissioner Hester M. Peirce discussed the new fundraising limits on Nov. 2 as part of […]

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