Category: US Securities and Exchange Commission

Ripple’s Asia Pacific Business Flourishing Despite SEC Lawsuit, Says CEO

Ripple chief executive officer Brad Garlinghouse said Friday that the company’s business in the Asia-Pacific region has not suffered from the ongoing regulatory issues in the U.S. Ripple’s Business in Asia and Japan Sees Growth Ripple is facing a $1.3 billion lawsuit from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). In December, the SEC charged […]

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Okcoin and Coinbase to Halt XRP Trading Due to the US SEC Lawsuit Against Ripple

Okcoin and Coinbase to Halt XRP Trading Due to the US SEC Lawsuit Against Ripple

Two major cryptocurrency exchanges joined the XRP trading suspension campaign in the wake of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) lawsuit filed against Ripple Labs on December 22, 2020. Two Major Crypto Exchanges to Suspend XRP Trading in January 2021 The last week of 2020 started with the announcement of Okcoin, one of the […]

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Coinbase Received 1,900 Requests for Client Info From Law Enforcement During First Half of 2020

Coinbase Received 1,900 Requests for Client Info From Law Enforcement During First Half of 2020

Coinbase has revealed that it received a total of 1,914 requests for customer data from global law enforcement agencies during the first six months of 2020. It is, however, not clear how many of the requests were fulfilled. In its first so-called“transparency report” published Friday, the U.S. crypto exchange – which boasts a user base […]

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