Ripple, the XRP digital asset payment service provider, was threatened with the release of allegedly damaging videos unless it paid $1.5 million.
Ken Kurson was arrested Friday and charged with cyberstalking in connection with his divorce, the New York Times reported.
It would be “advantageous for Ripple to operate in the U.K.,” said Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse.
The donation will be used to support fintech solutions that leverage blockchain technology and digital assets to further financial inclusion.
Bitcoin and most major altcoins are sustaining above their immediate support levels, increasing the possibility that the uptrend will resume.
Ripple chief executive officer Brad Garlinghouse has threatened to move the company’s headquarters overseas should the U.S. fail to level the playing field with an unambiguous regulatory framework. In a series of tweets on Oct.12, Garlinghouse said: “The lack of a single national regulatory framework is putting U.S. innovation and U.S. companies at a significant […]
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Ripple’s David Schwartz has revealed that he sold 40,000 Ether at $1 each as part of a risk management plan made with his spouse in 2012.
Bitcoin’s strength above the $11,500 multi-year resistance is also pulling many altcoin prices higher.
Bitcoin price could achieve a new 2020 high if bulls hold the price above the key multi-year resistance at $11.5K.
Bitcoin and select altcoins have broken out of their bullish setups, hinting that further upside could occur through the weekend.