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A federal judge in the United States has granted a motion by XRP holders to intervene in a lawsuit against Ripple Labs by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). The judge gave the token holders until April 19 to submit their motion to intervene in the high-profile case.

“The Court has reviewed the parties’ and proposed intervenors’ letters […]. Accordingly, the proposed intervenors’ request for leave to file a motion to intervene is GRANTED,” Judge Analisa Torres of the Southern District of New York in a letter filed on March 29.

By April 19, the XRP holders shall file their motion to intervene. Plaintiffs have two weeks—or until May 3—to file their papers opposing the move. If the investors are to file a response to the plaintiffs’ opposition papers, they must do so by May 17.

Judge Torres had initially rejected the XRP holders’ motion to intervene, as CoinGeek reported.

XRP holders filed their motion on March 19, seeking to intervene as third-party defendants in the SEC lawsuit against Ripple Labs and its executives. The regulator has sued the company for selling XRP, which it considers a security. The lawsuit was filed in December 2020 by the regulator which was then led by Jay Clayton. Clayton has since left his post at the SEC, but the commission’s new leadership has continued to pursue Ripple Labs.

The motion to intervene was filed by Deaton Law Firm on behalf of 6,000 XRP holders. The law firm argued that with the SEC claiming all XRP tokens are securities, it was implying that XRP holders owned an unregistered security. This made the intervention necessary as it was directly impacting them.

Deaton further pointed to the massive losses these investors had incurred since the SEC filed the lawsuit. Many exchanges in the U.S. had moved to delist the asset, leading to a free fall in its price which shed over three-quarters of its value. Deaton estimated the losses to be over $15 billion at the time.

The legal team representing Chris Larsen and Brad Garlinghouse—Ripple’s chairman and CEO respectively—filed a motion a week later supporting the XRP holders’ motion to intervene. It claimed that SEC was unclear on whether it was alleging XRP was a security or if it was merely pursuing Ripple Labs’ sales of XRP “based on the circumstances of those sales.”

“Given this ambiguity, and the potential precedential impact of this litigation on non-parties, Defendants agree that Intervenors should be permitted to proceed with their motion to clarify this point,” Ripple wrote.

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A federal judge in the United States has granted a motion by XRP holders to intervene in a lawsuit against Ripple Labs by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). The judge gave the token holders until April 19 to submit their motion to intervene in the high-profile case.

“The Court has reviewed the parties’ and proposed intervenors’ letters […]. Accordingly, the proposed intervenors’ request for leave to file a motion to intervene is GRANTED,” Judge Analisa Torres of the Southern District of New York in a letter filed on March 29.

By April 19, the XRP holders shall file their motion to intervene. Plaintiffs have two weeks—or until May 3—to file their papers opposing the move. If the investors are to file a response to the plaintiffs’ opposition papers, they must do so by May 17.

Judge Torres had initially rejected the XRP holders’ motion to intervene, as CoinGeek reported.

XRP holders filed their motion on March 19, seeking to intervene as third-party defendants in the SEC lawsuit against Ripple Labs and its executives. The regulator has sued the company for selling XRP, which it considers a security. The lawsuit was filed in December 2020 by the regulator which was then led by Jay Clayton. Clayton has since left his post at the SEC, but the commission’s new leadership has continued to pursue Ripple Labs.

The motion to intervene was filed by Deaton Law Firm on behalf of 6,000 XRP holders. The law firm argued that with the SEC claiming all XRP tokens are securities, it was implying that XRP holders owned an unregistered security. This made the intervention necessary as it was directly impacting them.

Deaton further pointed to the massive losses these investors had incurred since the SEC filed the lawsuit. Many exchanges in the U.S. had moved to delist the asset, leading to a free fall in its price which shed over three-quarters of its value. Deaton estimated the losses to be over $15 billion at the time.

The legal team representing Chris Larsen and Brad Garlinghouse—Ripple’s chairman and CEO respectively—filed a motion a week later supporting the XRP holders’ motion to intervene. It claimed that SEC was unclear on whether it was alleging XRP was a security or if it was merely pursuing Ripple Labs’ sales of XRP “based on the circumstances of those sales.”

“Given this ambiguity, and the potential precedential impact of this litigation on non-parties, Defendants agree that Intervenors should be permitted to proceed with their motion to clarify this point,” Ripple wrote.

Κανονικά είναι πάνω απο 10.000 αλλα ίσως την ημερομηνία που έγινε για πρώτη φορά το motion to intervene ημασταν 6000. Ένας απο αυτούς που υπογράψανε είμαι και εγώ. Πρέπει να κυνηγήσουμε τον Κλέητον και τους μαφιόζους του για την καταστροφή που μας προκάλεσαν.

 

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1 ώρα πριν, FromMyAshesRRR είπε

Κανονικά είναι πάνω απο 10.000 αλλα ίσως την ημερομηνία που έγινε για πρώτη φορά το motion to intervene ημασταν 6000. Ένας απο αυτούς που υπογράψανε είμαι και εγώ. Πρέπει να κυνηγήσουμε τον Κλέητον και τους μαφιόζους του για την καταστροφή που μας προκάλεσαν.

 

 Το ερώτημα είναι αν υπάρξει συμβιβασμός αν  παίζει να αποζημιωθεί ο επενδυτής. Αλλοιώς Θα πρέπει να αναμένει μόνο υπεραξίες από την πιθανή άνοδο του νομίσματος. Συμβιβασμός σημαίνει κάτι παίρνεις , αλλά και κάτι δίνεις. Το ερώτημα είναι τι θα δώσει η Riple? Αν πάει κανονικά σε δίκη δεν είναι το καλό σενάριο.

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 Το ερώτημα είναι αν υπάρξει συμβιβασμός αν  παίζει να αποζημιωθεί ο επενδυτής. Αλλοιώς Θα πρέπει να αναμένει μόνο υπεραξίες από την πιθανή άνοδο του νομίσματος. Συμβιβασμός σημαίνει κάτι παίρνεις , αλλά και κάτι δίνεις. Το ερώτημα είναι τι θα δώσει η Riple? Αν πάει κανονικά σε δίκη δεν είναι το καλό σενάριο.

Με κάποιο τρόπο σε περίπτωση συμβιβασμού θα πρέπει να προστατευθεί και το κύρος του sec ειδικά και λόγω Gensler

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47 λεπτά πριν, Gouthas είπε

Καλημέρα και καλή εβδομάδα σε όλους!!! ορεξούλες τα έπιασε η αρχή της εβδομάδας!!!

Ναι γιατι την κυριακη ηταν ολα ΟΛΑ κοκκινα.

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15 λεπτά πριν, stefanos_13 είπε

Όλα τα ico

A vice governor of the People's Bank of China (PBoC) has said the country regards bitcoin and stalecoins as crypto assets – not currencies – and hence they are investment alternatives.

Li Bo, a recently appointed deputy governor of the Chinese central bank, said during the Bo'Ao Asia Forum event that until the PBoC figures out what kind of regulatory requirements it needs to prevent the speculative nature of such assets from creating any serious financial stability risk, it will keep its current stance on the asset class.

Li made the remark in English in a panel discussion on the overall topic of central bank digital currency on Sunday night China time. He was joined by Zhou Xiaochuan, the former governor of the PBoC, Agustín Carstens, the general manager of the Bank for International Settlements, as well as executives from Thailand's central bank and SWIFT.

Li's comment was in response to the question brought up by the moderator Arjun Kharpal, a senior correspondent at CNBC, on whether China will maintain a tough stance on crypto trading activities going forward. 

"We regard bitcoin and stablecoins as crypto assets. Crypto assets, as Agustin just discussed, these are investment alternatives, they are not currency per se. The main goal we see for crypto assets, going forward, they are mainly investment alternatives," he said, adding:

"As for investment alternatives, many countries, including China still, [are] looking into it and thinking about what kind of regulatory requirements – maybe minimal but we need to have some kind of regulatory requirement – to prevent the speculative nature of such assets [from creating] any serious financial stability risk. And before we have a clear idea what kind of regulation we need, I think we will keep our current regulation," he added.

The Chinese central bank issued a ban in 2017 on initial coin offering activities and ordered domestic crypto exchanges to stop the fiat on- and off-ramp channel for investors.

The main thinking was that no centralized crypto exchanges should be allowed to be a banking custodian of the Chinese yuan on behalf of their customers. Since then, exchanges like Huobi and OKEx could only have crypto-to-crypto order books while offering over-the-counter desks as a fiat on-ramp method for users.

In addition, Li's comment on stablecoins was also in line with other central bank executives that a strong regulation needs to be in place.

"For stablecoins, they are crypto assets, and if they want to be accepted widely as a payment solution, we need stronger regulations, stronger than bitcoin maybe, in the sense, something like a currency board," he said. "Going forward, I think stablecoin, which may have the vision to become a widely accepted payment solution, has to be regulated like a bank or a quasi-bank." 

Elsewhere in his remark, Li said China is on track to widen the adoption of its central bank digital currency, known as the e-CNY or DC/EP.

He added that during the upcoming Winter Olympics in 2022, the e-CNY will not only be open to domestic users, but also foreign consumers and international guests. But Li said the internationalization of Renminbi is not meant for replacing the dollars.

"Our goal is absolutely not to replace the U.S. dollars or any other international currency. Our goal is to let the market to choose," he said.

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16 λεπτά πριν, stefanos_13 είπε

Όλα τα ico

Παραδείγματα ρε παιδιά, πολλά συναλλακτηρια δεν έχουν pair σε όλα τα κοινς . Το ΧΡΠ μόλις πριν πόσο, μισό χρόνο μπήκε στο κοινμπεης, δεννμπορω με πω πως το ΧΡΠ ήταν ico. 

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Ξαναπεφτει σιγα σιγα μηπως κατι ξερουν εκει εξω και πουλανε? Οσον αφορα την ακροαση  της SEC.

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3 λεπτά πριν, gbras είπε

Ξαναπεφτει σιγα σιγα μηπως κατι ξερουν εκει εξω και πουλανε? Οσον αφορα την ακροαση  της SEC.

Η Αμερική είναι 8 ώρες πίσω. Είναι νυχτα εκεί!!

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