US Judge Denies Request to Add XRP Holders as Intervenors in SEC’s Lawsuit Ag...

US Judge Denies Request to Add XRP Holders as Intervenors in SEC’s Lawsuit Ag...

A U.S. judge has denied the request to add XRP token holders as intervenors in the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)’s ongoing case against Ripple. In a ruling made one day after the motion was filed, the judge, Analisa Torres denied the token holders’ request “without prejudice to renewal.” Protecting Interests of XRP holders In their motion filed on March 14, 2021, XRP holders said their desire to be included in the SEC’s proceedings against Ripple was on the grounds that this would enable them to protect their interests. They added that....


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