Brad Garlinghouse, CEO of Ripple, boasted of its strong application in the cryptocurrency industryA recent article.
Garlinghouse may, in order to apply Ripple's lawsuit against the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, participants from various industries have submitted up to 12 Home Briefings.
Ripple's boss said that all these briefings are committed to showing the "irreparable harm" that the SEC may cause if it wins in court.
On Thursday, Ripple put forward a resolution to extend the time so that all parties can submit their response briefs before November 30. All additional briefings must be submitted by November 11.
In response, Stuart Alderoty, Ripple's general counsel, once again criticized the SEC's attempt to delay the judicial process, claiming that the appellant needed more time to "blindly follow the trend"
imageReported by:Cryptorian Payment Systems, an online cryptocurrency service center, requested the regional judge, Analisa Torres, to submit a friendly statement. It joinsCoinbase, the largest cryptocurrency trading center in the United States, and the blockchain association in the recent protesters' roster.
Recently, the People's Court has allowed more introductions to the amicus curiae cases applicable to Ripple.
The SEC's lawsuit against Ripple is nearing its second year. imageReported by:According to the recent prediction and analysis of Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse, the prosecution is likely to be completed in the first half of 2023.