Judge Analisa Torres set a trial date for April 23, 2024, for the remaining issues on the SEC v Ripple case, with both parties expected to submit pretrial filings by the end of the year.
Ripple's Brad Garlinghouse recently declared that Fortress Trust's Purcell had "built an impressive business with recurring revenue and a strong roster of both crypto-native and new-to-crypto customers."
Both the SEC and Ripple will have a chance to argue whether the finance regulator is entitled to file an appeal this month; the court expects SEC v Ripple to go to trial sometime in Q2 of 2024.
The U.S. securities regulator will file an "interlocutory appeal" of a ruling in its case against Ripple Labs related to the programmatic sales of XRP.
The question of whether XRP was an illegal securities offering is over: the court says it was an illegal securities offering when sold to institutional investors.
Ripple paid $250 million in cash for Metaco, giving it access to potentially important companies like Citi, BNP Paribas, and French bank Société Générale.
Beleaguered cryptocurrency exchange Binance has lost yet another U.K. mainstream payment on-ramp while Ripple execs seek to force Binance to expose its trading data to U.S. securities regulators.
Judge Sarah Netburn granted a motion to dismiss the SEC request, which would have required Ripple’s Brad Garlinghouse and Chris Larsen to divulge their personal financial records to the court.
The Securities and Exchange Commission is asking the court to stop a motion by Ripple executives to deny it access to their personal financial records.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission wants a federal court to grant it access to the personal finance records of Ripple’s executives.
The lawsuit alleged that YouTube had “feigned ignorance” as XRP scams defrauded millions of dollars on the video sharing platform.