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Brad Garlinghouse Congratulates Ripple Team for Reaching Current Point When Verdict May Be on Horizon

Sat, 12/03/2022 - 08:53
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Yuri Molchan
Ripple CEO has posted a crucial tweet now that Ripple has filed its redacted reply to SEC in court
Brad Garlinghouse Congratulates Ripple Team for Reaching Current Point When Verdict May Be on Horizon
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Chief of Ripple Labs Brad Garlinghouse has taken to Twitter to comment on Ripple’s submission of a redacted reply to SEC’s opposition to Ripple’s motion for summary judgement.

Garlinghouse stressed what he stated on the very first day when SEC’s lawsuit against Ripple began – Ripple will conduct an aggressive fight with the US securities regulator in order to make the SEC roll out clear regulatory rules for the entire crypto space in the United States of America.

He also congratulated the legal team of Ripple for getting to the current point of submitting the motion for summary judgement earlier this fall.

Garlinghouse posted this in response to a tweet by Stuart Alderoty, Ripple’s general counsel. In his turn, he shared a tweet from lawyer James Filan, who shared via Dropbox an access to the document filed by Ripple.

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As reported by U.Today earlier, both sides of the lawsuit, Ripple and the SEC, filed motions for summary judgement back in September in an attempt to avoid going to a trial. At the end of October, Ripple Labs submitted an opposition to SEC’s motion for summary judgement, in which Ripple stated that the regulator cannot prove that owners of XRP tokens expected profits from Ripple’s promotional efforts.

The case of the SEC against Ripple was started in late December 2020 by SEC’s chair at the moment Jay Clayton, claiming that Ripple-affiliated token XRP was in fact an unregistered security. The legal complaint also stated that Ripple labs, Brad Garlinghouse and Chris Larsen sold XRP to institutional investors, earning nearly $2 billion on that. Clayton quit his position in the SEC on the next day and is now working in the crypto space, strange as it may sound.

Earlier, Garlinghouse tweeted that he expects the case to be resolved at the start of next year.

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Yuri is a crypto journalist interested in technology and technical innovations. He has been in crypto since 2017. Believes that blockchain and cryptocurrencies have a potential to transform the world in the future in many of its aspects. ‘Hodls’ major cryptocurrencies and has written for multiple crypto media outlets. 

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