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Ripple XRP: Are The IMF & The SEC In A Battle To Gain Control Of Ripple’s Escrowed XRP?

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  1. Great presentation. The speculation regarding the SEC's motives were particularly interesting. Call me a conspiracy theorist but I believe the allegations have a ring of truth. They certainly seem to be supported by those in the know.

  2. Just an idea, Maybe instead of speculating and conspiracy theorizing about XRP, find news on other coins and interesting projects untill the lawsuit is done with. And of course bring news about Ripple progress in the world. Would be a lot more essential to investment decision making. Take a break from xrp for a couple of videos. It'll do you good. There are other things in the world.

  3. The only way that the IMF can level the playing field is to have a neutral digital bridge asset. Allowing any country to have control of the SDR would put all countries under the same burden that the US has done to all other countries. Using XRP solves that issue as it is country agnostic. The SEC knows its value and want to steal it via legal action. To prevent the SEC from gaining control it would be better to gift it to the IMF. Ripple should not allow the US government or any US agency under any circumstances to gain control of the escrowed XRP.

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