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Was there corrupt intent at the SEC?

By John E. Deaton, Founder and Host of CryptoLaw. You would think that blatant government corruption and self-dealing was the stuff of a Hollywood movie, but when you peel back the layers of the Ripple case, examine its origins, and review key facts related to some of its central figures at the Securities and Exchange Commission, […]
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The SEC Raised its Fist and Showed Its Contempt for Us. Today, We Answered.

By John E. Deaton, Founder and Host of CryptoLaw. Five months ago, almost to the day, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filed a lawsuit against Ripple but made it clear it was coming after everyone connected to XRP.  They ignored warnings that this lawsuit would cause serious harm to countless people.  There was never one […]
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The SEC Is Misleading the Court. Every XRP Holder is a Target.

By John E. Deaton, Founder and Host of CryptoLaw The SEC’s attack on Ripple has been a case against all XRP transactions from 2013 to the present day.  That is not only the clear message of the SEC’s complaint, but also in the precedence of its attacks on other digital assets.  Judge Sarah Netburn caught […]
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Ripple case seen as precedent for cryptocurrency regulation

By Keith Lewis. May 4, 2021. (Roll Call) Cryptocurrency experts are closely watching a legal battle between Ripple Labs Inc. and the Securities and Exchange Commission, anticipating the case could establish precedent and clarify the regulatory landscape for digital coin offerings. The SEC last year sued the company, CEO Brad Garlinghouse and Executive Chairman Chris […]
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Cryptocurrencies Are Not a Fad, They’re a Revolution. America Needs to Prepare.

By Bill Tai. May 4, 2021. (Morning Consult). In the mid-1970s, a cutting-edge group of hackers founded the Homebrew Computer Club in Silicon Valley. Their specialty was developing tools to break into the telephone systems of major corporations, and they went on to create innovative technologies that changed the world, generating millions of dollars in value along the […]
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With Crypto, Congress, Not Agencies, Should Decide What’s Next

By Andrew Langer. April 27, 2021. (The American Spectator). Alongside the public’s newly found fascination with cryptocurrencies (which only sometimes includes their attempts to try and understand what they are — a process for the teacher akin to trying to explain to an AARP member how to program a VCR back in the day), there […]
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