XRP, Litecoin Fall to Lowest Prices Yet Seen in 2018
The price of XRP and Litecoin, two of the world's largest cryptocurrencies, fell to new 2018 lows on Wednesday.
XRP will have another lackluster year in 2020, Galaxy Digital CEO (and Ripple shareholder) Mike Novogratz told a roomful of financial advisers.
The Ripple CEO said at Davos an initial public offering is seen as the “natural evolution for the company,” perhaps even this year.
A lawsuit claiming Ripple violated U.S. securities laws will be allowed to move forward – though with a caveat favorable to the San Francisco-based payments firm.
Ripple's argument that an XRP holder waited too long to file suit has no precedent, a new legal filing claims.
CEO Brad Garlinghouse said Ripple is "in a very strong position... and I intend to press our advantage" through new investments.