Not being able to buy more XRP is frustrating and angering. I’m an XRP retail investor who resides in New York, and because I’m a New York resident, I can not buy more XRP. Also, as a New York resident, I’m not allowed to purchase crypto on many cryptocurrency exchanges.
Each week I continue to learn more about cryptocurrency and understand the CBDC (Central Bank Digital Currency) programmable money will eventually take over all fiat money. The complete rollout of global CBDCs needs to get developed before the rollout of Ripple’s payment system to bridge all dissolving fiat money, CBDCs, and cryptocurrencies. Without Ripple’s payment system to bridge all currencies, the global economy will continue to decline.
Please, Congress, take the necessary actions to end the SEC’s lawsuit against Ripple to help all cryptocurrencies receive the regulatory clarity they deserve.
I’m eagerly waiting to use digital currency and cryptocurrency to live a much more comfortable lifestyle.
I’m asking Congress to start an investigation of the corruption of Jay Clayton and William Hinman to help fast-forward the rollout of Ripple’s problem-solving payment system and to grant XRP retail investors their due capital gain.
I’m here to show support and gratitude to John Deaton, who is suing the SEC because the SEC is suing Ripple. Mr. Deaton’s selflessness offers his time and expertise to help protect innocent XRP retail investors. John Deaton is also setting the stage to help protect all cryptocurrencies.
Use XRP to bridge two currencies to facilitate faster, more affordable cross-border transactions around the world. For example, if you want to send money from the U.S. to India, you will probably need to exchange your dollars into rupees and then back again into dollars when you arrive at your destination. The process can take days and incur high fees from traditional banks or transfer companies like Western Union and MoneyGram.