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How XRP Pulled Off A 33% Rally Over The Past 7 Days | Headlines | News | CoinMarketCap

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Crypto Analyst: ‘SEC Basically Gave Up This Week Trying To Prove XRP Is a Security’

Crypto Flipsider News – XRP Rallies 30%; Vasil Launches; Tornado Cash Returns; Bitcoin Miner Bankrupt, The Netherlands Approves Coinbase

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Price analysis 9/23: SPX, DXY, BTC, ETH, BNB, XRP, ADA, SOL, DOGE, DOT

I have spent the last few days building a tool where you can test different trading strategies, for example, sentiment on Reddit for XRP, BTC, ETH, and ADA. It is a slow process but you can already test quite a few trading strategies.

Ripple (XRP) Goes Wild After Garlinghouse Openly Mocks The SEC

XRP hits 13-month high versus Bitcoin with 35% daily surge — But is a correction inevitable?

Active whales continue XRP accumulation powered by optimism & happy ending

The Absolute Idiocy of the WH Crypto Report

Markets: XRP soars 23%, Bitcoin holds above US$19,000, Ether gains

XRP surges almost 60% in 7 days as buying pressure mounts

XRP Whales Continue Accumulating as Sentiment Turns Positive

Biggest Movers: XRP Hits 4-Month High, ALGO up 17% on Thursday

Does anyone remember when one of the biggest criticisms of XRP and XLM were their huge supply?

XRP Price Explodes 40%. What's Behind This Rally?

XRP price rallies to 0.50 dollars!!

Don't "Buy High, Sell Low" on this XRP rally

XRP price breaks out of range with a 25% rally, but why?

How can I buy today?

Demand For a Swift Verdict Helps XRP Price Soar

Dogecoin Price Is Next In Line To Explode After XRP

‘Entire Crypto Industry Goes Parabolic’ If Ripple Takes Win Over SEC In XRP Lawsuit: Pundit

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Mark Yusko Talks Fed, Markets, Bitcoin, Crypto Winter, SEC Ripple XRP, Ethereum Merge & More!

So I asked a lawyer what happens to my crypto if the SEC won. This is what they said

Attorney Deaton: Ripple CEO “Said Something XRP Holders Don’t Want to Hear” Regarding Lawsuit

XRP Price At $0.40, Can It Hold onto Its Bullish Revival?

Ripple’s core arguments broken down as simply as my understanding of it allows.

Price analysis 9/21: BTC, ETH, BNB, XRP, ADA, SOL, DOGE, DOT, MATIC, SHIB

Could Bitrue Seize my assets ?

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XRP is +17% in the Past Week as Funding Rates Hit a 10-Month High and Whale Transactions Spike During Regulatory Talks With SEC

The recent "War" against Stablecoins is just preparing the ground for CBDC. You want to Buy, Sell and Trade Crypto? Ok, but you will have to use CBDC so we can track every move.

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XRP gains 20% in a week as $3 billion flows into its market cap despite prolonged SEC lawsuit

Crypto and stocks soften ahead of Fed rate hike, but XRP, ALGO and LDO look ‘interesting’

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Alt maximalists/enthusiasts, how are we doing out there?

Confusion sending XRP to Trezor Wallet address

Crypto and stocks soften ahead of Fed rate hike, but XRP, ALGO and LDO look ‘interesting’

Why XRP is King! Your ETH/BTC can't compare. We're not the same.

XRP Lawsuit: SEC Made One ‘Glaring’ Mistake In Recent Filing for Summary Judgment: Crypto Lawyer

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6 Projects on the XRP Ledger That People Are Talking About in 2022

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SEC claims the US govt has jurisdiction over all Ethereum network transactions now that ETH has transitioned to proof-of-stake & the majority of nodes being run are in the US. Do you think the SEC might eventually sue ETH like it did XRP for unlawfully issuing securities?

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Ripple claims XRP is not a security since there was no 'investment contract' as SEC suit drags on

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XRP Braces For Turbulence Amid Looming Fed Hike, Ongoing Ripple-SEC Court War

Ripple Lawyers Should Feel Confident in XRP Lawsuit Summary Judgement, Says Crypto Legal Expert

Price analysis 9/19: BTC, ETH, BNB, XRP, ADA, SOL, DOGE, DOT, MATIC, SHIB

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UPDATE!!! - My Journey into crypto

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How I have survived this bear market(and still ) while my 2 friends did not. Story time. Remade.

‘One Domino Falls’—Crypto Braced For A $10 Trillion Earthquake As The Price Of Bitcoin, Ethereum, BNB, XRP, Solana, Cardano And Dogecoin Swing

XRP Surges 11% Despite Global Crypto Market's Marginal Drop; do the whales know something we don't?

That's a very interesting argument from XRP.

‘One Domino Falls’—Crypto Braced For A $10 Trillion Earthquake As The Price Of Bitcoin, Ethereum, BNB, XRP, Solana, Cardano And Dogecoin Swing

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XRP: The Birth Of A New Historical Cycle, $20.00 Targets

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XRP Booms as Ripple Execs Request to Expedite Case

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XRP Surges As Ripple Aims For “Very Big Win” Against SEC In Latest Filing

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Big news for Ripple and XRP. Both Ripple and SEC file Motions for Summary Judgment early.

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SEC, Ripple Call for Immediate Ruling in Suit Over Whether XRP Sales Violated Securities Laws

How I have survived this bear market(and still ) while my 2 friends did not. Story time.

XRP Jumps 9% As Investors Expect Favorable Conclusion To The Ongoing Sec Vs Ripple Case

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Cryptocurrency Prices Today: XRP Jumps over 7%, BTC, Altcoins Trade Flat

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Is XRP a buy or is it dead?

Diversity in your overall portfolio is key!

Price analysis 9/16: SPX, DXY, BTC, ETH, BNB, XRP, ADA, SOL, DOGE, DOT

Ripple (XRP): 73 percent of all circulating coins owned by just ten wallets

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XRP Architect Claims It’s ‘Highly Likely’ Bitcoin Has A Critical Bug — Should Long-Term Investors Be Worried?

Is XRP officially done with the fed announcing FEDNOW with instantaneous settlements?

‘Coming To 34 Million Accounts’ - Fidelity’s Rumored Move Can Open Floodgates Of Capital For Bitcoin As Price Of Bitcoin, Ethereum, BNB, XRP, Solana, Cardano, Shiba Inu, And Dogecoin Turn Mixed

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Cryptocurrency lobby group seeks to weigh in on SEC vs Ripple’s XRP lawsuit

Price analysis 9/14: BTC, ETH, BNB, XRP, ADA, SOL, DOGE, DOT, MATIC, SHIB

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Ripple opposes SEC request to seal expert witness identities in XRP lawsuit

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Ripple India CBDC XRP Take-Over. The Truth and Speculation

Price analysis 9/12: BTC, ETH, BNB, XRP, ADA, SOL, DOGE, DOT, MATIC, SHIB

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Beginner here, professional help needed

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Top 10 addresses holding XRP control 73% of all coins

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Incident for Randall Crater: Research Firm Publishes Part One of U.S. vs Randall Crater and My Big Coin Expose

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You made it through the peak and deep into the bear market. What have you been doing?

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XRP gains 10% in a week as short-term technicals point at potential price bottom

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XRP gains 10% in a week as short-term technicals point at potential price bottom

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Only ‘A Matter Of Time’—Crypto ‘Wild Card’ Now Poised For A Huge Fed Bombshell After Bitcoin, Ethereum, BNB, XRP, Solana, Cardano And Dogecoin Price Rally

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The State of the Market on this day, 5 years ago. 10th of September 2017.

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Which Alts may be declared a security by the SEC - and what's the "Howey Test"?

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can someone explain why this doesn't make sense?

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Why the SEC and XRP Legal Battle is Important to the entire Crypto Industry

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Price analysis 9/7: BTC, ETH, BNB, XRP, ADA, SOL, DOGE, DOT, MATIC, SHIB - Bulls where are ya??

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Goldman Sachs classifies XRP as a currency.

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‘No practical use case’, well for 99.95% of the 20,000 crypto currencies you would be correct, but don’t discount the 10 or so that have real world use and are already being used (XRP and QNT to name just two)

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XRP lawsuit aside, Ethereum's PoS model just opened a massive door for the SEC and CFTC in of itself since the vast majority of staking is being done by changes of custody with exchanges and DAO's, with the later issuing literal derivatives. There is no doubt the SEC/CFTC is going to be gunning for ETH.

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Depends on a lot of things. A big factor will be the outcome of the XRP v SEC lawsuit, since the SEC has indicated they might be gunning for ETH next

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Yes let me send you a quick link that summarizes 16+ experts opinions for you to quickly digest with no effort. Daubert motions haven't been unsealed by the judge yet. How to figure out the SEC didn't have shit to be able to prove XRPL is a centralized network or Ripples sales affected the price of XRP? After 16+ expert testimonies trying to show a link between Ripples sales and the secondary markets the SEC dropped their expert testimony completely and their entire pro se arguments from the summary judgement. Then they tried to get all the Daubert motions sealed from the public while Ripples attorneys and JohnDeaton are very excited about it being unsealed. We will get actual documents in a few days.

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Agreed. It's nice if they at least do what coinbase did with XRP. Allow you to hold it and sell it, just not purchase it. Although I'd prefer they just leave it alone. On that end though, it's one reason I think XRP is a hell of a buy. Imagine if they beat the SEC and boom they're back on the big exchanges. Probably be the pump of my life.

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I’ve been holding XRP since late 2017 this is nothing

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annoys me that Ripple Labs tried to take that idea with XRP. Should be RLRP or something.

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What a hot take completely devoid of facts. The SEC put together everything Ripple ever said about XRP and the price history going back to the beginning of the network. Guess what the independent experts said In the daubert hearing? That the SEC announcement and the market itself has more influence over XRPs price than Ripple does. Actual facts? Crazy

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XRP is sure putting a lot of money into puff pieces.

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The SEC didn't give up trying to prove XRP is a security. What happened was the SEC dropped their per se argument that XRP itself is a security because they couldn't prove it because it failed the Howey tests. So instead of following the law they are trying to change it to get the outcome they want. Now they are arguing that anyone at any time automagically is in an investment contract with Ripple the company in a common enterprise. The SEC argument is XRP buyers have an investment contract without a contract and the whole community is in a business together that doesn't have rights, obligations, or profit sharing. Do I need to explain why it's bad for the whole market if the SEC is successful in classifying a crypto network and its community as a common enterprise?

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My XRP bags are flourishing beautifully

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Lightning Network makes XRP obsolete

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XRP to the moon 🌙

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tldr; Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse has said that the SEC "gave up" trying to prove XRP is a security and that the worst-case scenario is a fine. The SEC filed a lawsuit against Ripple and two of its executives alleging that they raised over $1.3 billion through an unregistered, ongoing digital asset securities offering. The lawsuit is expected to end soon. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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So my 10 XRP will buy me a car? No need for lambo

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Don’t you see, Luna and Terra are fine, it’s XRP that’s a real threat to investors!

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XRP is up 33% on the week

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I’m loving watching my little XRP bag pump 🥹 it may not last, but it gives me confidence that it will bounce back once the SEC is sent running with its tail between its legs

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tldr; Bitcoin mining firm Compute North has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. XRP rallied 30% in the last 24 hours to trade above $0.552 for the first time since May 10th. The price of XRP is experiencing a strong uptrend due to increased optimism among investors over the Ripple Vs SEC lawsuit. Tornado Cash, the popular Ethereum coin mixer, has returned to GitHub after OFAC guidance. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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Lightning Network makes XRP obsolete

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XLM is my XRP play. Always pumps 1/2X as much as XRP. XLM and ALGO are my favorite cryptos for sending funds.

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> The lawsuit is against Ripple labs and not XRP or the buyers. 1. it would be impossible for it to be against XRP 2. the 75 thousand amici curiae that joined the case as Defandants, the same people who the SEC is claiming to be protecting, would disagree with you. the SEC wants to claim EVERY sale of XRP is an un-registered security sale, meaning if I bought XRP to utilize a product such as Spendthebits to send BTC faster and cheaper, Somehow that im in an investment contract with Ripple, regardless if I even know they exsist. >the buyers are just victims. of what? there is no investment contract.... again produce it or shut up at this point. >What I do have a problem with is the unregistered securities offering that raised $1.3 Billion. ???? there is no ICO and the token existed before the company did. Can you explain how something that is supposedly a security of something could exist before the thing it is a security of? >That transaction or offering must have taken place for them to raise the money. ???? Angel investors, Series A(https://www.crunchbase.com/funding_round/ripple-labs-series-a--a32e5913) Series B(https://www.crunchbase.com/funding_round/ripple-labs-series-b--d8515243) Series C(https://www.crunchbase.com/funding_round/ripple-labs-series-c--6d17e3ca) is the source of their funding....

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Then he needs to relist XRP.

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I have never heard of ROSE. But I have heard of all of the top 50 coins. And of those, the only one that pumped more than ALGO over the last 7 days was XRP. I'll take it.

I want XRP at .20 to buy more

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Now relist XRP in the USA

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What is causing this ALGO pump? 4.21% What is causing this XRP pump? 4.12% What is causing this RSR(WTF is that) pump? 4% What is causing this CRV pump? 3.46% What is causing this LEP pump? 3.47% What is causing this HNT pump? 2.9% What is causing this LINK pump? 2.44% What is causing this SOL pump? 2.29% Kind of getting tired of seeing the SOL fanfare over 3% up.

You sure they didn’t upgrade XRP accidentally?

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BTC back at $19k. Sol and XRP with face ripping rallies. Bears in disbelief mumbling something about the macro

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Sorry I'm a XRP noob but is this intended?

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They must have upgraded XRP accidentally.

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The lawsuit is against Ripple labs and not XRP or the buyers. I have nothing against XRP as a coin and the buyers are just victims. What I do have a problem with is the unregistered securities offering that raised $1.3 Billion. That transaction or offering must have taken place for them to raise the money.

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XRP reclaiming yesterday’s price time to wait at the top again.

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Yeah it's bad right now and winter is still coming. Bullish on XRP though.

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Why is XRP up 65% in the last 16 days while Ada is down ~6%?😂

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XRP reacted to ADAs vasil hard fork 😂

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Youre right. The transaction is the security. It doesnt make XRP a security. The transaction is the investment contract so there is legal recourse.

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>The investment contract is XRP. lol, ok so just to clarify here, you don't know what you're talking about nor do you understand what words you're using mean. XRP is not an investment contract... lol that's like claiming Audi is a colour. >Idk. Why would it make a difference what medium they chose to conduct their illegal offering? Because there is no investment contract, therefore there is no legal recourse, which makes it not illegal..... There is no agreement between the two parties and in the majority of cases Ripple doesnt even know who the other party even is nor do they receive the funding from said 3rd party. This 3rd party gets no shareholder rights, no dividends, no say in the company nor the network. Yet you'd like to claim that Ripple is somehow beholden to their wishes by claiming there is a contract which doesnt exist? Again if you cant point out the investment contract, the parties and the terms within the contract, it doesnt exsist. there is no vertical nor horizontal commonality

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I think it's in. XRP broke out of a descending wedge and I think it's set to make up moves from here. Can we see more downsides, yeah, it's possible? I think ETH is also set for upward movements. But I'll be more on projects like LINK and DIA. When bitcoin bottoms, I'm expecting an exponential run with those.

This thinking seems flawed in a few different ways. For one, the “thing itself” (XRP) was created by Ripple. They try to hide that fact by claiming the co founders of Ripple created XRP before creating the company, but it was the same individuals, and they created the company a few months later and ‘gifted’ the XRP tokens to the company. That might pass based on a legal loophole, but it was clearly created and sold by them to fund them and their company. Claiming that they could switch to using XLM and token holders would have no recourse and get rekt because XRP has no use case or value is the very definition of the howey test! The investors are fully dependent on what Ripple decides to do as a company. Pretending that there is some one else that’s going to pick up where ripple left off and run the network is ridiculous, especially when a majority of XRP supply is still in escrow and vesting to Ripple the company. They might get a slap on the wrist or win this case because of some shady loopholes, but it’s not what this industry needs. It will not be regulatory clarity, it will be clarity to the rest of the scammers that they can obfuscate creating and selling tokens to fund their operations with no liability whatsoever.

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XRP just lost all of the recent pump, probaly will try next week.

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Stretching the laws seems to be the flavor of the week. The SEC dropped the per se arguments from the Ripple summary judgement because they can't prove XRP is a security. They knew that the Daubert motions Ripple would put up would nullify the SECs case. They essentially did not ask for a determination that XRP itself is a security from the judge. Instead they are claiming anytime someone buys XRP anywhere in the world it means you are entering into an investment contract with Ripple the company. They claim the escrow is Ripple's post sales obligation and that we are all in a common enterprise together because of this. So in short an investment contract without a contract . A common enterprise together that doesn't have rights, obligations, or dividends. So no actual enterprise. It seems enforcement is what CFTC and the SEC are about even though they have nothing to go on. Congress/ Senate needs to get off its ass and pass crypto legislation.

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tldr; Singapore's largest bank DBS Group has launched a self-directed crypto trading service for accredited investors, enabling them to trade cryptos on DDEx, one of the world's first bank-backed digital exchanges. The minimum investment required is $500, and the available cryptocurrencies include Bitcoin (BTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Ethereum (ETH), and XRP. DBS stressed that client security is one of its primary focuses. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

Tribalism. It's always been an issue but when the market is bearish, it gets 10 times worse. Then everyone thinks it's a zero sum game. And some folks were silly enough to think that if XRP did poorly, people would sell their bags at a massive loss and buy the coin they were holding. That's just not how it works in reality, for the most part.

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XLM/XRP says high. Also do you NEED to use a bank with insane International transfer fees? Surely Germans have access to services like Wise, Stripe, PayPal, Moneygram right?

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i think XRP held up pretty good considering trading was halted on all but one US exchange while Ripple has been battling the SEC in court, it has stayed in the top 10 the whole duration of the litigation

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It's clear as day the lawsuit is a weapon. They lose here the SEC will just appeal or somehow argue that the case only applies to XRP so they can keep fucking crypto

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Be even bolder if they relisted XRP.

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I’m nearly done DCAing into ETH. I only got several more weeks to go assuming prices stay below 2K. After that, I’ll hit my goal. I already DCA into BTC. What coin should I target next. I like XRP a lot. I’ve also looked at ADA & ALGO. I want ATOM to get more utility on its coin, before I switch to that. I prefer to DCA Into Blockchain Operating Systems as opposed to Layer-2s, so I have an eye on QNT & FLUX. It’s also why I would consider starting with CTSI, if I were to consider Layer-2s. Any other recommendations?

For anyone that needs the lawsuit TLDR The SEC are still saying all XRP is a security, they just aren't using the per se argument because they would fail against Ripple's Daubert motions. They're instead saying anyone who buys XRP enters into a common enterprise because of the Escrow. Which represents Ripples post sales obligations to the secondary market. So essentially they can't prove XRP is a security so they want to make purchases of XRP everywhere an investment contract with Ripple at the time of purchase and a common enterprise because anyone using XRP expects profits from Ripples efforts that's the only reason to buy it apparently. They want to change the law to get the outcome they want, delaying at every opportunity being ordered to hand over evidence 4 times which they still have yet to produce. They want XRP itself to be an investment contract without a contract or privity between buyers seller. They want XRP to be a common enterprise without any legal obligations, rights, or profit sharing. So no actual enterprise. That's why the SEC is being mocked. That's why the price is going up.

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I think there's an important distinction to make in whether purchasing XRP is an investment in Ripple or an investment in XRP. Most cryptocurrency investors would likely argue they are investing in the token, and I think it would be difficult to prove an investment contract exists with the investment itself. Hence, Ripple making the claim they could switch to XLM if they wanted and XRP investors would be left holding their bags with no recourse. If Ripple started making sketchy business decisions like switching to dogecoin for ODL, then Ripple Investors who invested in Ripple's actual stock would have some recourse. In Ripple's case, XRP moves typically with the market. The current price action is not primarily because Ripple is viewed as likely to win, but because XRP is likely to be the first cryptocurrency to have regulatory clarity in the event Ripple does.

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BTC, ETH, XRP [the most mentioned cryptos by social influence](https://swaggystocks.com/dashboard/crypto/best-cryptos). the pump we need, the pump we dont deserve

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tldr; Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse called the SEC a “cuckoo of cocoa puffs” during an interview on Fox Business TV. He added that the SEC is “overreaching their authority” and “the SEC has lost its way”. Ripple’s (XRP) price increased by more than 31% in the last 24 hours to reach $0.5523, a level not reached since May 2022. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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XRP going parabolic in 2017 is the crypto dragon I’m forever chasing. Give em hell brad, it’s a shame this case isn’t ending during a bull market though

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XRP on a tear, where does it stop?

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Maybe kids on Reddit don’t necessarily know what they talk about. It’s not a complete bank though but it offers money accounts and credit cards on them. So absolutely stripped down to “have an account and be able to put in and out money”. Santander for example is absolutely different animal. No, the example is not bad at all, it’s just not one in which crypto looks good and fiat looks bad. It would most likely be a lot easier if SEPA and SWIFT could share a protocol and you could expand these services to other continents. That’s a business question you gotta solve but it’s definitely not impossible without a blockchain. Your understanding of the tax code is almost right - if you had no “outstanding stash”. Imagine you have a wallet. You put a Euro in. A day goes by, you put in another Euro. Another day goes by and you take out one Euro - is that now the first or the second Euro? For euros that doesn’t matter but it does matter if that Euro was suddenly worth a lot more and it’s the question which one you’d have to choose from a tax perspective. Legally speaking, none of your tokens are distinguishable. You have to decide (which you di once and then can’t change anymore) whether you follow FIFO - first-in-first-out, or LIFO, last-in-first-out. That means for fifo, everytime you exchange a token away, you realise its capital appreciation based on the oldest token that hasn’t been “cancelled out”. Depends on your local tax law how what is to apply but it’s more complex than “I’ll just buy it and send it over, no win was made”. And potentially a lot more expensive. To the transaction you made, 10% is too expensive. That’s comparable to doing a BTC transaction on-chain - there’s Lightning. Santander gives you a whole different set of guarantees with those transactions (similar to sending a letter by e-mail and having physical mail delivered by a carrier and getting a signature that all was delivered and accepted). Revolut has a lot simpler guarantees, focusses on the UK for this only but charges 1% on the swap spread - even with EUR/BTC + BTC/GBP you will have a worse exchange rate if you ignore all BTC costs, as that is one of the most liquid pairs on earth. Plus try to find a CEX which can send money to a UK account for free - you know, the money it costs you to send money (besides the FX costs) to the UK, you’ll be charged for by the exchange who also can only do an international bank transfer. That’s the good thing about Europe, if you take Coinbase, it’s SEPA. all free. That’s a factor you’ll also have to add, if you are not in a first world country. Revolut also supports SEPA and the inbank-conversion is instant. So in your example, fiat would be cheaper and faster than XRP. The Luna thing is unlikely, but if you count the number of scam tokens, that’s a hell lot more likely than if you’d do this in any of the top 50 fiat currencies, which is about 98% of the world economic activity. And I’m saying that this doesn’t really matter as you need to consider the whole transaction. If you have a crazy fast DB server but you have to carry a hard drive back and fourth between the offices for transfer, then the whole workflow is just slow, since the DB itself is just a very small aspect. Or having a really efficient sorting algorithm but only a few kb ram to store elements. Your last point is really good and something that I keep saying - it’s not 2007 anymore. Banks have also developed a lot and become a lot more competitive. A guy in this sub boasted the other day how crazy modern crypto is in comparison to a bank where he has to go to a bank branch and write a check to a bank teller to do a simple transaction and so on… as if it was 1981. My bank doesn’t even have branches. The game has moved significantly and currently crypto can’t really keep up. As if everyone was battling government defaults on the daily. I also don’t pay anything for 99.99% of my transactions which, beats using crypto for 99.99% of my transactions. And that 0.001% is in sum not making it better. The focus of the development communities should be a LOT more on solving these actual issues, not fucking around with 20.000 tokens that nobody needs.

Was there some XRP news to push a little pump here recently?

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XRP ALWAYS corrects. Quite sharply at that. It'll come in due time. In fact last cycle we had a few solo pumps whilst everything else was in the shitter. Just another day at the office really.

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tldr; XRP price posted a sharp rally against Bitcoin (XRP) on continued optimism about a potential settlement between Ripple and the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). On Sep. 23, the XRP/BTC pair surged to 0.00002877, a 35% price rally versus Bitcoin in one day. Meanwhile, XRP rose as much as 42% against the US dollar. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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Indeed, uncommon on here, but I will not lie, XRP made huge profits for me.

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How is it weak? This is legally a slam dunk. The SEC has to prove all 4 parts of the Howey Test for XRP to be considered a security. It seems they've really only put effort into trying to prove one part of it, and Ripple had an exact, factual response for why their reasoning was wrong.

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If the SEC isn’t arguing its an unregistered security it wouldn’t be illegal for Ripple to sell or market XRP. The entire basis of the case is wether it’s a unregistered security or not dude. They are pointing to Ripple selling and marketing XRP AS EVIDENCE that it is an unregistered security my guy, obviously. For somebody who claims to follow the case so closely you really don’t know whats going on. Third party experts aren’t some requirement. You have a good one.

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the WEF approved XRP and XLM. My bet is XRP is interfacility large transfers, XLM is going to be what everyone uses as a "dollar"

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I've read the whole document. Notice the table of contents is entirely about how Ripple sold and marketed XRP. The arguments they've made about XRP itself being a security are conspicuously absent. They're absent because the SEC would lose its ass with the daubert motions if they chose to move forward with the per se arguments. The SECs own appointed 3rd party experts offered no proof to back the SECs claims. That's why they removed it. I have actually followed the case closely you haven't

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Literally all you have to do is provide evidence for your claim, not repeat it. https://storage.courtlistener.com/recap/gov.uscourts.nysd.551082/gov.uscourts.nysd.551082.639.0.pdf Theres the SECs motion for summary judgement, it doesn’t say what you think it does. The judge will take the evidence and make a determination wether XRP is an unregistered security or not now and of course the SEC has provided evidence in their case. You are speaking nonsensically

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I've been buying XRP for $0.01 and selling it for $3.5, don't tell me there are rookie numbers xD

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XRP $3 again? It is possible.

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You keep saying “failed to prove” when the case is still ongoing lmao. Maybe failed to prove to you and your obvious financial interest and bias? You don’t determine if it’s true or not. The SEC has prosecuted multiple crypto companies for this already, we’ll see if it happens here or not but your acting like the result is a forgone conclusion, it isn’t. The motion for a summary judgement is just an attempt to conclude the case, they aren’t dropping the argument that XRP is an unregistered security, I implore you to show that. They’d drop the case if they didn’t think it was true; it is what the case is about. I don’t know where you are getting this claim I’ve got no dog in this fight, I don’t care what happens either way but I am not convinced that XRP is not an unregistered security. My opinion also doesn’t matter to the resolution though.

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I recommend looking at all ISO20022 compliant coins: XRP, XDC, XLM, HBAR, ALGO, QNT, IOTA. ISO20022 is the messaging standard for the next financial system. And it all starts in November 2022. Keep in mind Ripple (XRP) helped write the standard.

Go look at the SECs summary judgement lol. They dropped the per se argument that XRP itself was a security because they couldn't prove shit. Their entire summary judgement is focused on Ripple's sales making it a security which is also going to fail hard. The SEC failed to get a single purchaser on record that heard Ripple's sales pitch then bought XRP. The SEC failed to prove any connection between the secondary markets and Ripple's sales or efforts. The 3rd party expert review stated the market and the announcement of the lawsuit itself had more of an effect on secondary markets than Ripple lmao. There has to have been an investment contract and a legal obligation after purchase. A sale with a promise of "security" Xrp sales are sales of assets not securities, same thing as oil or oranges or bananas. XRPL existed before Ripple XRP existed before Ripple. Ripple's operations budget is entirely funded by the over $1 Billion they raised with their series funding. Xrp sales make it profitable and expand the exchange infrastructure.

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Thus is a great reason for crypto. People need to start using it and showing the banks that this is not acceptable. XRP is trying to solve remittance and that's why they were sued by the SEC.

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>WHERE, is the investment contract between Ripple and their unknown 3rd party purchasers of XRP? The investment contract is XRP. The 3rd party is unknown because the sell was done illegally so they didn't kyc. >if Ripple decided to go with XLM instead of XRP, what legal recourse do holders of XRP have? Idk. Why would it make a difference what medium they chose to conduct their illegal offering?

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Can you provide evidence that the SEC dropped the argument that XRP is an unregistered security? That literally was the entire basis for the case.

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It’s actually a very clever usage of old securities law precedent that was set by the states before the creation of the SEC, I believe they are called “blue sky laws”. The XRP XLM thing is just an example. The important bit is that ripple itself does not have a contract with purchasers of XRP.

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Xrp can't be considered a security when they dropped the entire argument from the summary judgement. The SEC gave up on trying to classify XRP itself as a security. You should try actually following the case. The facts aren't in dispute. At maximum what will happen now is Ripple is fined for early sales. XRPs value isn't tied to Ripple's efforts. The SEC took everything Ripple has ever said about XRP and Ripple's efforts a 3rd party determined there's no connection between the secondary markets and Ripple's efforts. Common interests do not equal common enterprise, there's loads of companies and people developing on XRPL that have nothing to do with Ripple's efforts.

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Exxon Mobile didn’t create the entire supply of the worlds oil in an instant and slowly sell it off every year to fund marketing campaigns for oil. It’s a natural resource. Oil’s value is not directly tied to the efforts of Exxon Mobile in creating use cases for oil unlike Ripple and XRP. XRP had zero utility when created, any utility created for it(still basically none) has been at the hands of Ripple using XRP to fund those ventures. ETH miners also didn’t create the entire supply of Ethereum at once, they constantly invest resources to earn them and they don’t determine ETHs use-cases. Those are extremely weak arguments, flat out ridiculous. XRP definitely can still be ruled a security, we are close to finding that out. The case isn’t over.

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tldr; Bitcoin continued trading above US$19,000 in Friday afternoon trading in Asia. Ether rose along with most of the top 10 coins by market capitalization following the completion of the first phase of Cardano’s Vasil hard fork. XRP led gains with its price soaring over 20%. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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There's no investment contract for XRP. It's been traded for more than a decade. Selling oil funds ExxonMobil operations, selling an asset doesn't make something a security. Ripple sells orders of magnitude less than miners, it took them a decade to sell what ETH miners sell in a couple months. The SEC dropped their pro se arguments from the lawsuit completely. Xrp can't be ruled a security when they dropped their pro se argument that it is. Shows how much you're paying attention. In fact they failed to corroborate a single prong of the Howey test.

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Many cryptocurrencies have been deemed securities by the SEC and have had judgment against them for example Enigma (now SCRT) and AMP without their being an investment contract as described in the post. The SEC already is doing selective enforcement on different cryptos. XRP was used to fund Ripples operations Its value is tied to the success or failure of Ripple Ripple has marketed multiple acquisitions and other company actions as being “bullish” for XRP. To say the SEC has no case here is ridiculous when this exact treatment has already been successfully used against other cryptos like ENG and AMP. Crypto founders have been using ICOs for cash generating schemes with reckless abandon.

This lawyer has no idea what he is talking about if this is the conclusion. Many cryptocurrencies have been deemed securities by the SEC and have had judgment against them for example Enigma (now SCRT) and AMP without their being an investment contract as described by you. XRP was used to fund Ripples operations Its value is tied to the success or failure of Ripple Ripple has marketed multiple acquisitions and other company actions as being “bullish” for XRP. To say the SEC has no cash here is ridiculous when this exact treatment has already been successfully used against other cryptos like ENG and AMP.