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7Sol

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  1. Binance pays 5.5% APR on USDT and BUSD they lend to traders at a much higher rate.
  2. 1) The SEC filing shows what they did vs. what they said they were doing. In a nutshell, SEC informs the public, Ripple corporate officers were enriching themselves selling their own XRP, worth hundreds of millions USD, into the corporate news stream officers control. 2) I discard Ripple corporation narrative, "not a security", "attack on all cryptos" as damage control. Unless the millions extracted for personal profit get rebuked, Ripple corporate officers have lost standing in my book. I can only consider acts from the defendants as my credit to their words is revoked. 3)
  3. I have to keep on the table the possibility the epic 2016 25x run up to the 3.5 run were engineered. If they were it was a strike of genius.
  4. The bots operated by the Market Maker cited in the filing. Why would the entire operation stop as long as the suit isn't settled?
  5. Would that include phasing out operating the bots?
  6. Ripple, the corporation, just got stripped naked by the regulators in the lawsuit just filed. What is alleged: 1) The corporation officers sold for more than half a billion dollar worth of XRP for their own account, meaning their own pockets. 2) xrpchat.com the very site we use right now, is owned and operated by Ripple and cited as one of the tools used in promoting a security. 3) The big officers payout was a compensation for knowingly taking the risk of breaking securities laws. 4) Everything about Ripple growth has been paid for in XRP, including signing up banks, listing on
  7. Sure, once XRP is listed as a security, all applicable laws are fair game... I have yet to hear of anyone being sued for manipulating a currency...
  8. Case already filed UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK - 20 Civ. 10832
  9. I like reading that someone ended up getting the SEC does not decide the matter, a judge does.
  10. Which innovative use of the Internet did Christian Larsen make that paved the way for fintech? Defendant is called on unregistered securities offering. What is the link between those two points?
  11. Can you please detail the contribution of that settlement in fostering the "entire fintech" industry?
  12. Do you mean the US government? Binance left China and they became the largest exchange. One reason for the filing before Christmas may have been to make sure a judge would have to look at it and prevent anyone pulling the case under a rug. The CEO sold $450 million USD worth of its own XRP.
  13. It is a legal complaint containing proofs, as in emails from the main defendant. meaning, I know I am issuing a security and I am compensated for assuming that risk. I am getting XRP in exchange for taking the heat. Done it before. Therefore the SEC alleges defendant knowingly engaged in the security offering.
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