Tags : SECs

Regulation

Ripple catches another break as court allows access to SEC’s

Ripple Labs’ request to access the US Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) non-public policies regarding agency employees buying and selling XRP and other cryptocurrencies was granted by the appointed judge, according to XRP holders’ legal representative. Meanwhile, Ripple’s lawyer claims the SEC intends to file a motion and quash the company’s deposition subpoena served on […]Read More

Bitcoin

“You’d have to shut down the Internet” to ban Bitcoin,

Any of the government’s efforts to ban Bitcoin would be “foolish,” said Hester Peirce (aka “Crypto Mom”), a very Bitcoin-friendly commissioner at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), during a MarketWatch virtual conference earlier this week. “I think we were past that point very early on because you’d have to shut down the Internet,” […]Read More

Regulation

Crypto exchanges can safely list XRP, reportedly implies SEC’s lawyer

The US Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) lawyers have indirectly stated that cryptocurrency exchanges are not violating any guidelines by allowing Ripple’s XRP trading on their platforms, attorney Jeremy Hogan revealed yesterday. During a court hearing that Hogan attended, Magistrate Judge Sarah Netburn made a remark to the SEC’s attorney that, based upon his theory, […]Read More

Cryptocurrency

XRP price spikes as Ripple pushes back against SEC’s $1.3

The price of now-embattled cryptocurrency XRP surged by up to 86%—just a day after Ripple Labs filed its response to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) $1.3 billion lawsuit hanging over the company’s head. At press time, XRP was trading at around $0.47 per token, up 55.1% on the day. Simultaneously, the crypto’s price […]Read More