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  • Mathew Jacob

Rumors of SEC Ripple Settlement Following Ripple Congress Meeting

In a recent turn of events that could significantly impact the cryptocurrency landscape, Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse and his team, comprising Chief Legal Officer Stuart Alderoty and Vice President Rob Grant, embarked on a crucial journey to Washington, D.C. Their mission: to discuss proposed cryptocurrency legislation with congressional representatives and seek regulatory clarity in an ever-evolving industry.

Garlinghouse's Quest for Regulatory Clarity

Brad Garlinghouse has long stressed the importance of direct interactions with lawmakers to obtain much-needed regulatory clarity in the cryptocurrency space. He emphasized, "Can't get regulatory clarity without actually engaging with the elected officials who are proposing bills!" His commitment to this dialogue is evident in the Ripple team's presence in the nation's capital.

Their discussions come at a time when the U.S. House Republicans introduced revisions to the Financial Innovation and Technology for the 21st Century Act in July. Simultaneously, the 'Clarity for Payment Stablecoins Act of 2023' is actively seeking support from members of the U.S. Congress. These proposed bills could have far-reaching implications for the cryptocurrency industry, making Garlinghouse's congressional meetings all the more significant.

Ripple's Return to the U.S. Market

For Ripple, these meetings represent a promising step toward reestablishing their presence in the vital U.S. market. The ongoing lawsuit with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) had forced Ripple's representatives to limit their engagement with U.S.-based clients and partners.

However, a favorable ruling by the judge has opened the door to renewed engagement with stakeholders within the U.S. ecosystem. As Ripple seeks a resolution to the SEC lawsuit, there are growing speculations about the possibility of a settlement.

The Ripple-SEC Settlement Speculation

Pro-XRP lawyer John Deaton, who represents numerous XRP tokenholders, shed light on the possible steps Ripple and the SEC might take if they choose to settle. He drew attention to the ongoing Coinbase vs. SEC lawsuit, suggesting that its outcome could influence the Ripple-SEC case.

Deaton explained, "The only way Ripple and the SEC (could) settle before the end of the year is if Judge Failla grants the Coinbase motion to dismiss or partially grants it – finding token sales on an exchange in a blind bid/ask transaction do not fall under U.S. securities laws." This legal development could potentially pave the way for a resolution between Ripple and the SEC in the near future.

Rencom Network's Surging Success

In the midst of these developments in the cryptocurrency landscape, Rencom Network has been making headlines of its own. The blockchain-powered platform has taken a bold step by enabling crypto-only payments for their rental services, using their native token RNT. This move has propelled RNT's value to surge over 1,000% in just a matter of days.

Rencom Network's expansion efforts have been ambitious, with recent projections indicating an expansion into the country of Japan. Their platform offers a wide range of opportunities beyond traditional properties, including residential and commercial spaces, as well as everyday items like bicycles and construction equipment. Ownership on the Rencom Network platform comes with unique benefits, including seamless asset utilization and rewarding outcomes.

Furthermore, Rencom Network recently received confirmation that their native token RNT has been granted a non-security status by their legal team, adding another layer of significance to the network's recent achievements.

As Ripple engages in critical discussions with Congress and Rencom Network continues its remarkable growth, the cryptocurrency industry remains a dynamic and evolving space, with potential for significant regulatory and market shifts on the horizon. The outcomes of these developments could shape the future of cryptocurrencies in the United States and beyond.



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