XRP News: Global Takeover Begins NOW (EWT Secret Alt Coin Partnership)

XRP News: Global Takeover Begins NOW (EWT Secret Alt Coin Partnership)

XRP is one of the top coins in all of crypto. And after a week which saw it go on a rally of almost 60% in 7 days, it looks like this could just be the warmup. Today, we’ll be checking in on the case between the SEC and Ripple Labs as well as diving into some major developments that could spell the hottest XRP summer since records began. Let’s get it! Welcome to BitBoy Crypto! Home of the BitSquad The largest and greatest crypto community in all the Interwebs My name is Ben. Everyday on this channel, I show you how to make money in crypto.

If you like money and crypto, be sure to hit that subscribe button. XRP has been on a tear this week smashing through a key resistance at around $1.10 shooting up to a recent high of $1.35 before coming down to successfully test support. You clearly don’t need to be a PhD in technical analysis to see that it’s looking bullish and ready for the next leg up. And if you’re keeping score, you’ll know that the good news just keeps on coming for XRP. Not so much for the SEC. Yep, this very second in New York City, Gary Gensler’s attack dogs are scrambling to gain the upper hand in the case which seems to be running away from them. First, we saw them submit a request for Ripple to hand over terabytes of Slack messages as potential evidence.

Then Ripple countered by filing a motion compelling the SEC to produce their own internal memos. Meanwhile, that fact discovery is now going down to the wire in a nail-biting season finale. On Monday, Ripple’s attorneys responded with a letter to Judge Netburn outlining why the SEC’s overbroad request is extraordinarily burdensome and highly disproportionate, especially in light of the massive amounts of legal discovery already produced. That’s no understatement. Over a two-and-a-half year investigation. The SEC has been given access to a huge number of documents, information and testimony. They’ve issued 126 RFPs and 56 third-party subpoenas. Ripple on their part have collected over 11 million documents worth nearly 10 terabytes of data and produced over 165,000 for inspection, which is on top of the 240,000 the SEC have required from third parties. That’s basically the long way of saying the SEC are scraping the barrel at this point. And it’s not a great look for cartel stooge Gary Gensler.

In a recent video update, the XRP Army’s unofficial head of legal affairs, Jeremy Hogan, described this as hell week for both parties, and he expects things to move pretty quickly given the fact discovery deadline is on August 31. This guy knows his stuff. He’s not just an XRP-friendly lawyer. He even specializes in traffic accidents, which makes him a perfect analyst for the ongoing trial since the SEC’s whole approach is playing out like a slow motion car crash. He also explained why this last minute request showed a desperate change in strategy. Namely because they’re specifically requesting Slack communications from Ripple’s marketing team. Since it looks like they can’t win the securities argument from a technical standpoint, their new tactic is to focus on how XRP was advertised, whether they sold what wasn’t a security and it made to look like a security. Typical government doublespeak.

But the case continues. And if recent price action is a reflection of growing sentiment among some pretty big whales, then XRP could be getting ready to make some major moves to the upside. Speaking of sentiment, data from Santiment shows that XRP development recently shot up to an all-time high with XRPL submitting the highest grades of GitHub activity ever seen. Big shout out to XRPcryptowolf for sharing this on Twitter. But remember that even if you aren’t in the BitSquad, we welcome everyone. All you have to do is smash the like button and hit the subscribe button and then boom! BitSquad. You’re in the know on the latest in crypto.

Now, on to a story beginning all the way back in September 2020 with this article from– I feel sick even saying it– CoinDesk. Energy Web Is Starting With Ripple in Its Bid to Make Crypto Green Now, I don’t think anyone would disagree that carbon neutral blockchains would be a good thing for everyone involved. And from the point of view of the crypto space alone, environmental concerns are one of the top methods of attack from lawmakers, so neutralizing it ASAP makes a lot of sense, especially for a company like Ripple who is banking on collaboration with government and institutions subject to environmental sustainability goals, also known as ESGs. But when it comes to Energy Web and its EWT token, well, guess who’s the man behind the curtain. Only the 6th richest and 13th oldest man in the world, Warren Buffett. Famous for his track record of investment foresight, Buffet also has a reputation as a crypto skeptic, even once calling it “rat poison squared”. This comes in spite of rumors from concerned staff at Berkshire Hathaway that he’s recently been spending up to 18 hours a day in his study glued to Axie Infinity and flipping NFTs. Just kidding. He obviously doesn’t know how to use a computer. Anyway, he may not love crypto, but he’s way too smart not to gain some roundabout exposure, which is why he’s heavily invested not just into Energy Web but also Nubank, a Brazilian bank offering customers access to a Bitcoin ETF with plans for an IPO by the end of 2021. So, what is Energy Web? And what does that have to do with XRP? Energy Web is basically seeking to harness the power of blockchain to accelerate low-carbon, customer-centric electricity systems by enabling any energy asset owned by any customer to participate in the energy market. In short, bringing open source blockchain technology and Ethereum-based smart contracts to the energy sector. That involves everything from community solar initiatives to renewable energy certificates running smart contracts, allowing them to be bought and sold automatically and in real time. It also comes with a native EWT token as well as the ERC-20 bridged EWTB and is expected to be made available for staking in the near future. As for their affiliate ecosystem, well, it’s full of major players. Serious major players. I’m not just talking Ripple here, but also companies like Shell, EDF and EON, to name a few. The point is this. Here’s how the solar turbines are turning. Blockchain integration with the energy sector, especially the deployment of financial instruments like renewable energy credits (RECs) and carbon credits, is going to be a huge, huge deal. Last year alone saw the global carbon markets surged to $277 billion. And it’s unlikely to slow down anytime soon. Say what you want about carbon credits, but they’re fast becoming a de facto currency and big business, and here’s the thing. I said it before, but it’s worth reiterating. Sometimes the smart move is betting against the horse that you want to win the race. That way if they do, then at least you can buy a Lambo to numb the pain. Besides, who went broke investing in Warren Buffett? But my sources have clued me in to the next big development in this new carbon economy. A little known consortium of blockchain companies have banded together in a group called the Crypto Climate Accord. You’ll notice that Energy Web is on the homepage. But move on to the list of supporters and you’ll see Ripple Labs at the very top of the list. This is not a coincidence. Ripple has already started positioning themselves as the de facto green crypto and are deeply embedded with the main movers of the carbon economy. They even have a carbon calculator on the XRP Ledger website. A recent article from IBM’s Blockchain Pulse put the tokenization of renewable energy certificates front and center. Currently, the seller of a REC could be outside the region or country the enterprise is from. The enterprise then uses the RECs to offset their carbon footprint and comply with regulations. But in the case of international trading, despite the carbon offset allowing enterprises to fulfill their obligations, RECs do not ensure the energy consumed have all come from renewable energy sources. As anyone who knows anything about provenance knows blockchain fixes this as digital proof of ownership. Hence, the provenance of a carbon credit is easier to prove and, thus, buy or sell. And given the interest and focus from shareholders and employees for organizations to reduce overall carbon footprint, monitor and report the progress towards ESG, there’s a crystal clear use case here in terms of boosting adoption. So, what we’re starting to see is a trend of self-funding ecosystems using blockchain solutions to tokenize these energy certificates. The article puts it well. A tokenized certification unit will be like what the container did for the shipping industry. Here’s how this is all going to come together in the next 12 months. The research team has discovered that the Australian government is going to be partnering with XRP and Energy Web to sell tokenized carbon credits on an XRPL marketplace. Details are still coming in, but I have no reason to doubt it. Australia has been very vocal about its commitment to the new carbon economy and even have a carbon credit exchange already set up. Ripple has made a lot of progress setting itself up in the APAC region over the past year, so getting the Aussies linked up with crypto is well within their wheelhouse. XRP global takeover has moved out of phase 1 and is starting phase 2. That means that there is more explosive Ripple news that’s going to be coming out and even more explosive price action for XRP. That’s all I got. Be blessed. BitBoy out.

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XRP is one of the top coins in all of crypto. And after a week which saw it go on a rally of almost 60% in 7 days, it looks like this could just be the warmup. Today, we’ll be checking in on the case between the SEC and Ripple Labs as well as diving into some major developments that could spell the hottest XRP summer since records began. Let’s get it! Welcome to BitBoy Crypto! Home of the BitSquad The largest and greatest crypto community in all the Interwebs My name is Ben. Everyday on this channel, I show you how to make money in crypto.

If you like money and crypto, be sure to hit that subscribe button. XRP has been on a tear this week smashing through a key resistance at around $1.10 shooting up to a recent high of $1.35 before coming down to successfully test support. You clearly don’t need to be a PhD in technical analysis to see that it’s looking bullish and ready for the next leg up. And if you’re keeping score, you’ll know that the good news just keeps on coming for XRP. Not so much for the SEC. Yep, this very second in New York City, Gary Gensler’s attack dogs are scrambling to gain the upper hand in the case which seems to be running away from them. First, we saw them submit a request for Ripple to hand over terabytes of Slack messages as potential evidence.

Then Ripple countered by filing a motion compelling the SEC to produce their own internal memos. Meanwhile, that fact discovery is now going down to the wire in a nail-biting season finale. On Monday, Ripple’s attorneys responded with a letter to Judge Netburn outlining why the SEC’s overbroad request is extraordinarily burdensome and highly disproportionate, especially in light of the massive amounts of legal discovery already produced. That’s no understatement. Over a two-and-a-half year investigation. The SEC has been given access to a huge number of documents, information and testimony. They’ve issued 126 RFPs and 56 third-party subpoenas. Ripple on their part have collected over 11 million documents worth nearly 10 terabytes of data and produced over 165,000 for inspection, which is on top of the 240,000 the SEC have required from third parties. That’s basically the long way of saying the SEC are scraping the barrel at this point. And it’s not a great look for cartel stooge Gary Gensler.

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In a recent video update, the XRP Army’s unofficial head of legal affairs, Jeremy Hogan, described this as hell week for both parties, and he expects things to move pretty quickly given the fact discovery deadline is on August 31. This guy knows his stuff. He’s not just an XRP-friendly lawyer. He even specializes in traffic accidents, which makes him a perfect analyst for the ongoing trial since the SEC’s whole approach is playing out like a slow motion car crash. He also explained why this last minute request showed a desperate change in strategy. Namely because they’re specifically requesting Slack communications from Ripple’s marketing team. Since it looks like they can’t win the securities argument from a technical standpoint, their new tactic is to focus on how XRP was advertised, whether they sold what wasn’t a security and it made to look like a security. Typical government doublespeak.

But the case continues. And if recent price action is a reflection of growing sentiment among some pretty big whales, then XRP could be getting ready to make some major moves to the upside. Speaking of sentiment, data from Santiment shows that XRP development recently shot up to an all-time high with XRPL submitting the highest grades of GitHub activity ever seen. Big shout out to XRPcryptowolf for sharing this on Twitter. But remember that even if you aren’t in the BitSquad, we welcome everyone. All you have to do is smash the like button and hit the subscribe button and then boom! BitSquad. You’re in the know on the latest in crypto.

Now, on to a story beginning all the way back in September 2020 with this article from– I feel sick even saying it– CoinDesk. Energy Web Is Starting With Ripple in Its Bid to Make Crypto Green Now, I don’t think anyone would disagree that carbon neutral blockchains would be a good thing for everyone involved. And from the point of view of the crypto space alone, environmental concerns are one of the top methods of attack from lawmakers, so neutralizing it ASAP makes a lot of sense, especially for a company like Ripple who is banking on collaboration with government and institutions subject to environmental sustainability goals, also known as ESGs. But when it comes to Energy Web and its EWT token, well, guess who’s the man behind the curtain. Only the 6th richest and 13th oldest man in the world, Warren Buffett. Famous for his track record of investment foresight, Buffet also has a reputation as a crypto skeptic, even once calling it “rat poison squared”. This comes in spite of rumors from concerned staff at Berkshire Hathaway that he’s recently been spending up to 18 hours a day in his study glued to Axie Infinity and flipping NFTs. Just kidding. He obviously doesn’t know how to use a computer. Anyway, he may not love crypto, but he’s way too smart not to gain some roundabout exposure, which is why he’s heavily invested not just into Energy Web but also Nubank, a Brazilian bank offering customers access to a Bitcoin ETF with plans for an IPO by the end of 2021. So, what is Energy Web? And what does that have to do with XRP? Energy Web is basically seeking to harness the power of blockchain to accelerate low-carbon, customer-centric electricity systems by enabling any energy asset owned by any customer to participate in the energy market. In short, bringing open source blockchain technology and Ethereum-based smart contracts to the energy sector. That involves everything from community solar initiatives to renewable energy certificates running smart contracts, allowing them to be bought and sold automatically and in real time. It also comes with a native EWT token as well as the ERC-20 bridged EWTB and is expected to be made available for staking in the near future. As for their affiliate ecosystem, well, it’s full of major players. Serious major players. I’m not just talking Ripple here, but also companies like Shell, EDF and EON, to name a few. The point is this. Here’s how the solar turbines are turning. Blockchain integration with the energy sector, especially the deployment of financial instruments like renewable energy credits (RECs) and carbon credits, is going to be a huge, huge deal. Last year alone saw the global carbon markets surged to $277 billion. And it’s unlikely to slow down anytime soon. Say what you want about carbon credits, but they’re fast becoming a de facto currency and big business, and here’s the thing. I said it before, but it’s worth reiterating. Sometimes the smart move is betting against the horse that you want to win the race. That way if they do, then at least you can buy a Lambo to numb the pain. Besides, who went broke investing in Warren Buffett? But my sources have clued me in to the next big development in this new carbon economy. A little known consortium of blockchain companies have banded together in a group called the Crypto Climate Accord. You’ll notice that Energy Web is on the homepage. But move on to the list of supporters and you’ll see Ripple Labs at the very top of the list. This is not a coincidence. Ripple has already started positioning themselves as the de facto green crypto and are deeply embedded with the main movers of the carbon economy. They even have a carbon calculator on the XRP Ledger website. A recent article from IBM’s Blockchain Pulse put the tokenization of renewable energy certificates front and center. Currently, the seller of a REC could be outside the region or country the enterprise is from. The enterprise then uses the RECs to offset their carbon footprint and comply with regulations. But in the case of international trading, despite the carbon offset allowing enterprises to fulfill their obligations, RECs do not ensure the energy consumed have all come from renewable energy sources. As anyone who knows anything about provenance knows blockchain fixes this as digital proof of ownership. Hence, the provenance of a carbon credit is easier to prove and, thus, buy or sell. And given the interest and focus from shareholders and employees for organizations to reduce overall carbon footprint, monitor and report the progress towards ESG, there’s a crystal clear use case here in terms of boosting adoption. So, what we’re starting to see is a trend of self-funding ecosystems using blockchain solutions to tokenize these energy certificates. The article puts it well. A tokenized certification unit will be like what the container did for the shipping industry. Here’s how this is all going to come together in the next 12 months. The research team has discovered that the Australian government is going to be partnering with XRP and Energy Web to sell tokenized carbon credits on an XRPL marketplace. Details are still coming in, but I have no reason to doubt it. Australia has been very vocal about its commitment to the new carbon economy and even have a carbon credit exchange already set up. Ripple has made a lot of progress setting itself up in the APAC region over the past year, so getting the Aussies linked up with crypto is well within their wheelhouse. XRP global takeover has moved out of phase 1 and is starting phase 2. That means that there is more explosive Ripple news that’s going to be coming out and even more explosive price action for XRP. That’s all I got. Be blessed. BitBoy out.

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