Mystery surrounds bizarre class-action lawsuit against Ripple over $48 loss

Mystery surrounds bizarre class-action lawsuit against Ripple over $48 loss

Despite filing fees of more than $400, a Ripple investor has launch legal action over a $48 loss. What's going on? The Ripple community is at a loss to explain the motivation behind a class-action lawsuit filed by Florida man Tyler Toomey against Ripple Labs and Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse over a $48.56 loss.In November 2020, Toomey purchased 135 XRP tokens at $0.724 each for a total value of $97.80. Following news of another lawsuit against Ripple in Dec that year, Toomey sold his investment for $49.24, suffering a loss of almost 50%. He’s now launched a class action costing eight times....


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