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Brad Garlinghouse


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It is absolutely true that the SEC used the transparency of these reports against Ripple and its two executives. As a private company, Ripple was under no obligation to share this info. Other companies not only didn’t share token sales, but intentionally disguised those transactions. Even though the SEC and others used this info against Ripple, the transparency prevented the SEC from attempting to assert bogus fraud, misrepresentation, or manipulation charges - which, let’s face it, it would have, if it could have. When your transparent they can’t claim fraud - even when they want to.

Q2 2023 XRP Markets Report

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