Combined Lawsuit Against XRP to Move to Federal Court

Ripple is accused of selling unregistered securities in the form of XRP tokens and asset rate manipulations
13 November 2018   1507

Ripple Labs was able to move a consolidated class-action lawsuit from its previous venue at the San Mateo Superior Court to the U.S. District Court, Northern District of California. This is reported by Coindesk.

The company is accused of selling unregistered securities in the form of XRP tokens and asset rate manipulations. According to court documents, the class action lawsuit includes the cases of Avner Greenwald, David Oсoner and Vladi Zakinov against Ripple Labs and a subsidiary of XRP II.

The defendant insists that the case meets the conditions necessary for its consideration in a federal court, since the plaintiffs are located in different jurisdictions.

Plaintiffs do not allege that they lacked information about the nature of these transactions. Nevertheless, Plaintiffs claim that they were somehow injured because the Defendants were allegedly required to register XRP as a ‘security’ with the Securities & Exchange Commission (‘SEC’) but failed to do so.

Ripple’s attorneys

To protect their interests, the startup hired Skadden Law Firm and leading lawyers from Debevoise & Plimpton, including Mary Joe White, former Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) chairman, and Andrew Ceresney, former SEC head of enforcement. 

DeeMoney to Join RippleNet

RippleNet consists over 300 companies around the world, that can perform almost instant exchanges thanks to this network
19 March 2020   294

Thai fintech company DeeMoney became the first non-state company in the country to use RippleNet technology for fast international payments.

More than 300 financial institutions around the world are already members of the RippleNet payment network. The exchange of payments between these organizations occurs almost instantly.

Ripple is currently at the forefront of technology and compliance regulations[…]This brings in finance in Thailand by bringing a new level of efficiency and accessibility for cross-border transactions to and from the nation.


Aswin Phlaphongphanich

CEO, DeeMoney

According to Marcus Treacher, senior vice president of customer service at Ripple, there is a real revolution in Thailand's banking industry.

By being the first non-bank institution in Thailand to use RippleNet, it redraws the boundaries and rules of engagement by providing efficient international transfers at low fees and competitive rates. 


Marcus Treacher

SVP of Customer Success, Ripple

Currently, DeeMoney is already accepting payments in Thailand using RippleNet, and when the second phase of cooperation is launched, the company will be able to send funds abroad using the blockchain system.