XRP Ripple (XRP) News: Brad Garlinghouse, Ripple CEO and a defendant in the lawsuit filed by United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is expecting the much anticipated verdict soon. In a recent interview at Redefine Tomorrow 2023 summit, Garlinghouse intimated that after resolution over critical Hinman Docs. a judgment can potentially land in the coming weeks.
Hinman Docs Is The Key In Ripple Lawsuit?
Speaking at the event, Ripple CEO indicated that in terms of where things stand today in the legal battle against the United States SEC, he is confident of receiving a judgment in the year. He added this can potentially happen in weeks and not even months.
Garlinghouse highlighted the past few court ruling where the judge declined the United States SEC’s motion to redact certain information from the infamous Hinman Ethereum (ETH) Speech. As Coingape informed, the court thinks that the speech memos are Judicial documents and should go in public.
Nonetheless, the worldwide cryptocurrency industry will have to wait to win access to the Hinman speech docs as United States SEC and Ripple in a joint request requested the court for one week extension. The controversial speech linked memos are expected to be released on June 13th, 2023. Read More XRP Ripple (XRP) News Here…
Cryptocurrency Industry Needs Clear Regulations
Ripple CEO was known the court’s decision on Hinman Docs a big win for transparency. He also mentioned that there has been not much clarity on the regulations regardless of calls and demand from the cryptocurrency leaders across the industry.
He also mentioned that by fighting this case, Ripple has was known out the United States Government and SEC for putting politics ahead of smart policies. This is the main reason that most of the cryptocurrency entrepreneurs and corporations are choosing to move out of the United States. Nonetheless, regardless of facing legal challenges from the commission over the nature of XRP Ripple (XRP), Ripple’s growth with On demand liquidity (ODL) has not been hampered.