Ripple Files Final Submission Against SEC

Ripple argued in its motion document that the SEC has failed to prove that its offering of $XRP between 2013 and 2020 was an offer or sale of an "investment contract" and therefore a security under federal security laws. Ripple concluded the document by stating that "the court should grant Defendant’s Motion and should deny the SEC’s Motion."

Stuart Alderoty, General Counsel of Ripple stated on Twitter on Dec. 3 that this is Ripple’s "final submission," asking the court to "grant" judgment in its favor. He also stated that Ripple is proud of the defense it has mounted on "behalf of the entire crypto industry," noting that Ripple has "always played it straight with the court,’ taking a subtle swing at the SEC saying he "can’t say the same for our adversary."

Previously, the SEC and Ripple both filed redacted replies to each other’s opposition to motions for summary judgment.




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