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Ripplenet TV Broadcast, US Congressman Himes caught trying for 2nd time, XRP Holders Fight Back

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8 Comments

  1. This is the email sent to Jim Himes.
    Hello. My government was supposed to be protecting me in 2008 it didn't. I lost 63% of my pension while my government was sleeping. Now I have a chance to get something back by investing the little money I have in crypto. As is I have to work 10 years past retirement. Be a man and help a little guy out.

  2. I believe that SWIFT instructed SEC to sue RIPPLE due to fear of competition.
    But unfortunately for SWIFT and SEC they failed and they are going to continue to fail dramatically.

  3. Big love from London Eri, absolutely love the content on your shows and the nice insights you put up at the end, enlightening us on the beauty of Japan. Must get over there and see for myself.

  4. The SWIFT Network is whats used by the U.S. and NATO to cut off Russia and other non compliant Nations via Sanctions.

    The regulatory clarity or lack thereof is because the United States and NATO hasn't found a way to use XRP as a means to continue using sanctions to punish non conforming Nations, especially with Russia threatening the invasion of Ukraine.

    Not just XRP, but any cryptocurrency for that matter. Regardless, I don't see cryptocurrencies being stopped as a means to bypass sanctions.

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