As the lawsuit with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) continues, Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse insists that the Commission has provided no clarity in crypto regulation. He said the SEC is using its meetings with crypto companies as lead generation for enforcement actions, and the agency has lost sight of its mission to protect investors.
Ripple’s CEO Claims SEC Uses Meetings With Crypto Companies as Lead Generation for Enforcement Actions
Amid the SEC’s lawsuit over XRP, Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse reiterated his concerns over the lack of clarity in crypto regulation provided by the securities watchdog. He tweeted Saturday:
American innovation is on the line because of the SEC’s refusal to provide a clear framework for crypto. Instead of working with the industry, the SEC is using their meetings with companies as lead generation for their enforcement actions.
The Ripple CEO’s tweets followed his interview with Fox Business Friday where he also talked about the lack of clarity in crypto regulation in…