Brad Garlinghouse

Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse (La Vaun)
Brad Garlinghouse Is 2023's Comeback King With XRP's Win Over SEC
Ripple's CEO emerged triumphant this year in legal cases with big implications for crypto's future. He couldn't have done it without the XRP Army.
Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse (La Vaun)

Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse said the SEC's personal lawsuit against him and another Ripple executive was politically motivated, in a social media post. (Scott Moore/Shutterstock/CoinDesk)
Ripple Is on a Winning Streak (but the Game Isn't Yet Won)
The SEC threw out a lawsuit against Ripple executives Brad Garlinghouse and Chris Larson over what it had claimed was an “unregistered” offering of XRP tokens.
Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse said the SEC's personal lawsuit against him and another Ripple executive was politically motivated, in a social media post. (Scott Moore/Shutterstock/CoinDesk)

Ripple Executive on SEC Lawsuit, Expansion in Dubai
Ripple Executive on SEC Lawsuit, Expansion in Dubai
Ripple has announced plans to expand its presence in Dubai. This comes as CEO Brad Garlinghouse reportedly says the firm's legal battle against the SEC is set to cost around $...
Ripple Executive on SEC Lawsuit, Expansion in Dubai

Ripple's Fight Against SEC Could Cost the Firm $200M, CEO Garlinghouse Says: Report
Ripple's Fight Against SEC Could Cost the Firm $200M, CEO Garlinghouse Says: Report
Blockchain company Ripple's legal battle with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is set to cost the firm around $200 million, Cointelegraph reported Monday, cit...
Ripple's Fight Against SEC Could Cost the Firm $200M, CEO Garlinghouse Says: Report

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Ripple Had ‘Some Exposure’ to Silicon Valley Bank, Says CEO
Brad Garlinghouse declined to say how much capital is at the failed bank but said Ripple “remains strong.”
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Not Rolling Over: Ripple’s CEO on Why He Chose to Fight the SEC
Not Rolling Over: Ripple’s CEO on Why He Chose to Fight the SEC
Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse joins Consensus 2022 in Austin, Texas to share insights into Ripple’s ongoing lawsuit with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, the value...
Not Rolling Over: Ripple’s CEO on Why He Chose to Fight the SEC

Deputy Treasury Secretary Adewale Adeyemo (ShutterStock for CoinDesk)
US Wants to Promote 'Responsible Innovation,' Deputy Treasury Secretary Says
Adewale Adeyemo oversees much of the U.S. Treasury Department’s crypto work. He spoke to CoinDesk at Consensus about what he’s seeing and how he’s approaching the sector.
Deputy Treasury Secretary Adewale Adeyemo (ShutterStock for CoinDesk)

The recent crypto crash might have a silver lining: Some industry sources contend that it could ultimately bring about more stability. (Jonny Clow/Unsplash)
Recent Crypto 'Bloodbath' Is Not Necessarily Bad, Regulators Say
The downturn can help weed out shady characters and doomed ventures, a number of officials and entrepreneurs said at a forum in Zurich last week.
The recent crypto crash might have a silver lining: Some industry sources contend that it could ultimately bring about more stability. (Jonny Clow/Unsplash)

Ripple’s CEO on Why He Chose to Fight the SEC
Ripple’s CEO on Why He Chose to Fight the SEC
Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse joins Consensus 2022 in Austin, Texas to share insights into Ripple’s ongoing lawsuit with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, the value...
Ripple’s CEO on Why He Chose to Fight the SEC

Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse (CoinDesk archives)
Judge Denies Ripple’s Motion to Have SEC Employees’ Crypto Transactions Disclosed
Ripple Labs has been petitioning the SEC for employees’ trading records since early July.
Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse (CoinDesk archives)