The SEC Targets Ripple (XRP) - Charlie Ward & NESARA. Could Ripple Replace SWIFT?
Former SEC Chairman Jay Clayton dropped a legal airburst bomb on Ripple. A few short days before leaving the position, Clayton filed a lawsuit making claims that are at least, suspect because of timing. There is evidence in the public sphere that Ripple was working WITH the SEC to find their way through the details of this emerging market. Also, the SEC had already approved MoneyGram’s use of Ripple’s coin, XRP for transfers. Given all these facts the lawsuit seems perplexing to the people that cover crypto. They can’t see from a technical perspective a reason for it to have been handled this way. What possible motivation could there be for shaking all retail investors out of XRP, and tanking its price? Perhaps it has to do with the actual function of Ripple. Ripple is a major contender for replacing the central banking’s SWIFT system for international transfers. Ripple’s improvement over this system from the 70’s is obvious, but as with so much tech it has other forces holding it back. Strangely while all this is happening with the SEC and Ripple, Charlie Ward is predicting the financial reset is neigh... the timing generally lines up with the Ripple Lawsuit. Anything’s possible. Otherwise the central banks just had a last second lawsuit filed on their competitor, by the federal government in the shadiest of fashions. That just sounds so ugly.