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I hope these keep coming. The more businesses outside of Ripple using xrp as a currency of exchange, the better. I will admit it is not often I feel joy or a sense of well being at the detriment of others, but this is ok in certain circumstances.

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50 minutes ago, peanut56 said:

I hope these keep coming. The more businesses outside of Ripple using xrp as a currency of exchange, the better. I will admit it is not often I feel joy or a sense of well being at the detriment of others, but this is ok in certain circumstances.

The SEC should be shown no pity :)

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This pretty much lets us know that this case was filed on a whim to act as a roadblock per say.  If the SEC had done it's research they would have seen XRP has a lot more use case outside of Ripple!! Clayton left a steaming pile of $hit in Gary's hands and Gary didn't have the common sense to clean it off, now he and the entire SEC are pretty much stuck with the Stench!!!  Happy Halloween and a Merry X-Mas  Gary!! Ya dumb cluck!!  I think he needs to go back to being a stay at home dad!!

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Meanwhile… (from the Daily Hodl)

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A new poll shows that American voters want to see crypto regulation. The results weren’t even close, with 52% in favor of more regulation and only seven percent in favor of less regulation. Another 41% were either happy with the status quo or didn’t have an opinion either way.

Perhaps the most telling result, however, is that 58% of those surveyed want legislators to prioritize market stability and fraud detection. Some in the crypto community still think that any regulation is bad regulation, but given the state of the market, few agree.

The upside to this poll? One thing has been made very clear. The majority feel that cryptocurrency is here to stay. If it wasn’t, there would be no need for further regulation of the industry.

 

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