For those of you who have been following XRP and the SEC saga, yesterday was a good day for Ripple. I honestly think the SEC’s lawyer got caught up in a bit of a fib. For anyone who’s ever been to court, you know how pissed off judges get when they catch people in lies. I’ve seen cases pretty much thrown out because of blatant lies. So, the fact that the SEC was kind of caught with their pants down around their knees shows how unprepared they were for the storm XRP bought up on them. According to some of the outlets that have been following XRP, the SEC has a habit of hitting cryptocurrencies with questionable lawsuits. This could be the case that actually brings forth a stronger need for understanding cryptocurrency within our government.
I think a big problem for the people who are heavily associated with stocks and bonds is that they are seeing less than favorable returns. The less money coming into the stock exchange hurts their pockets. We now have options that we didn’t have years ago regarding where we want to put our money. My personal opinion is that the stock market no longer has the glitz and glamour appeal.
We are living in a new age, things are becoming more modernized. Don’t get me wrong I’m not saying the stock market is going to go away, but I am saying the cryptocurrency market is going to be a major driving force in the future.
One of the main things that attracted me to the cryptocurrency market was my ability to trade any time of the day. Not only does it afford people the ability to trade anytime of the day, but I’m able to access currency that’s still in its infancy.
I go back to the article I wrote some months ago about how everything advances. That is the reason you’re seeing the SEC and some congressmen fight cryptocurrency. They are not ready for that advancement, we are talking about people who are in their sixties and seventies. They grew up on fortunes made by stocks.
The SEC was trying to pinch XRP on a law that was written a zillion years ago. Okay maybe it wasn’t written a zillion years ago, but you get my point. How should an old law that has no precedence over cryptocurrency rule cryptocurrency?
I really do believe the SEC versus Ripple case will go down as a standard for the the treatment of cryptocurrencies. At the end of the day, I believe with all my heart the SEC manipulated XRP, and this is why XRP is currently under $2 while other currencies are taking off.
Change doesn’t have to be bad and it’s really exciting when you think about it. Instead of fighting cryptocurrency the government should be welcoming cryptocurrency.
We are living in a post pandemic world, and there will be many changes that will come in the future, due to the pandemic. Currency could very well be one of those changes especially cryptocurrency due to its ability to pass from wallet to wallet without spreading germs.
As always, I’m not a financial advisor! Do not do anything that you think I would do or wouldn’t do. This is your future, talk to an investment professional if you have questions regarding cryptocurrency or stocks and bonds.
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