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The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Ripple, Brad Garlinghouse has boldly forecasted a transformative shift in the crypto industry, envisioning a $5 trillion market capitalization for cryptocurrencies in 2024.  Ripple CEO Says Crypto Market Cap To Double By Year’s End Appearing in a recent interview with CNBC, Garlinghouse made a shocking prediction, stating that he
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In a rather shocking development, the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has demanded a $2 billion sanction against Ripple. Responding to the startling demands, Ripple’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Brad Garlinghouse has taken a firm stance against the agency’s demands, determined to expose the true nature of the SEC. Ripple CEO Criticizes SEC’s
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Crypto exchange Kraken started notifying affected XRP holders about the potential monetary benefits they could receive from the class action lawsuit against Ripple. The exchange recently emerged victorious in the Zakinov v. Ripple Case. The exchange successfully intervened to protect its customers’ data from being shared without their consent. Kraken Begins The Notification Process Kraken,
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XRP, the native cryptocurrency of the Ripple network, became a focal point in the face of the recent downturn in the broader market, facing the consequences of breaching a crucial support level and prompting uncertainties regarding its immediate outlook. In tandem with Bitcoin’s descent below the $40,000 mark and Ethereum’s stumble beneath $2,200, XRP mirrored
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PayPal’s introduction of its native stablecoin, PayPal USD (PYUSD), has sparked heated debates within the crypto industry regarding its possible sway on payments and wider crypto adoption. While this step seems to be a big jump toward accepting cryptocurrencies in regular finance, some industry observers advise caution. They underline the hurdles and limitations that could
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Market manipulation in the crypto sphere, explained In the cryptocurrency space, market manipulation refers to the deliberate use of different deceptive strategies to artificially inflate or deflate the price of cryptocurrencies.  One of the signs of market manipulation includes sudden, unusual price increases or decreases that have nothing to do with important news or trends.
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The cryptocurrency industry has now seen its most “damaging” month for crypto thievery, scams, and exploits, with crypto criminals walking away with $363 million in November, according to a blockchain security firm. Around $316.4 million came from exploits alone, flash loans inflicted $45.5 million in damage, and $1.1 million was lost to various exit scams,
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