• Ripple thriving Asia Pacific
    Regulation,  Ripple,  XRP

    Despite SEC lawsuit, Ripple thriving in Asia Pacific: Brad Garlinghouse

    Ripple’s CEO says the company has signed up 15 new clients since the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission sued it for illegal securities sales

    Outside the U.S., Ripple has “been able to continue to grow the business in Asia and Japan because we’ve had regulatory clarity in those markets,” Garlinghouse added. “We’re seeing the activity of XRP liquidity has grown outside the United States and continue to grow in Asia, certainly in Japan.”

  • Ripple downplays Coinbase delisting
    Regulation,  Ripple,  XRP

    Ripple downplays seriousness of Coinbase XRP delisting

    Promising to aggressively fight off the SEC, Ripple argued that because most XRP is traded outside the U.S., exchange suspensions won’t impact it too seriously

    A day after leading U.S. cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase announced it will suspend trading in XRP following a Securities and Exchange Commission lawsuit against Ripple, the international payments firm downplayed the importance of the leading U.S. cryptocurrency exchange’s action.

  • Ripple launches XRP loans

    Ripple launches XRP loans for customers

    Ripple’s new “Line of Credit” tool helps firms put working capital to use in multiple markets without arranging credit everywhere

    Ripple explains that many financial technology firms and small and medium enterprises do not have the capital and resources that are needed to grow in several markets—an issue the service is trying to solve. Right now, companies in such situations are forced to create credit arrangements for each partner in each destination market, and every arrangement adds overhead and management costs.

  • Ripple controversy
    Ripple,  XRP

    What’s up with Ripple?

    The international financial transactions business has been up and running for years, yet it still gets a lot of flak for its influence over the third-largest cryptocurrency, XRP

    Ripple has the distinction of being one of the largest companies in the cryptocurrency and blockchain business that is up and running and working with hundreds of customers, including a couple of major banks. Yet for all those achievements, it is among the most controversial companies in DeFi, with a host of critics.