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Bitcoin’s Speedy Trial, Global Corporate Tax, Ripple Wins A Battle + More News

Get your daily, bite-sized digest of cryptoasset and blockchain-related news – investigating the stories flying under the radar of today’s crypto news. Privacy news The Bitcoin (BTC) Taproot upgrade might lock-in on the mainnet in less than two weeks, when the next BTC mining difficulty adjustment is estimated to happen, which would make the Speedy Trial… Read more →

XRP Hits $1 Following 12% Price Surge

XRP’s price bump comes as Ripple successfully stops the SEC from accessing its legal concerns about the cryptocurrency…. Continue reading on https://decrypt.co/72361/xrp-hits-1-following-15-price-surge Read more →

Ripple Plans to Go Public After SEC Lawsuit Over XRP Is Resolved, CEO Says

Ripple could go public after the SEC lawsuit is resolved, according to CEO Brad Garlinghouse. He reportedly explained that the likelihood of this happening is “very high at some point.” Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse was asked at the Consensus 2021 conference on Wednesday whether Ripple will become a public company. He replied that the likelihood […]… Read more →

SEC Asks Court to Let it See Evidence of Ripple’s ‘XRP Lobbying’

The epic war between Ripple (XRP) and the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has entered a new chapter, with the latter writing to the court to claim Ripple has been on a PR offensive in a bid to warp the public’s view of the XRP token. The long struggle revolves around the SEC’s claim that XRP is a security, and thus falls under legislation that dates back to… Read more →

Bitcoin and Ethereum Correct Gains, Altcoins Struggle

Bitcoin price gained pace above the USD 38,000 resistance level. However, BTC failed to clear the key USD 40,000 resistance level. It is currently (12:00 PM UTC) correcting lower and it is struggling to stay above the USD 37,000 support. Similarly, most major altcoins are correcting gains. ETH topped near USD 2,750 and it declined below the USD 2,500 support. Read more →