CEO said Ripple plans to go public after the SEC case on XRP is resolved.

According to CEO Brad Garlinghouse, Ripple may go public once the SEC case is resolved. The accused explained that the probability of this happening at some point was "very high". Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse was asked at the Consensus 2021 conference on Wednesday whether Ripple will become a public company. He said the probability was "too high at one point". Garlinghouse stressed that the initial public offering (IPO) plans should wait for Ripple to resolve its case with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). He also stated that the person who will approve Ripple's IPO will be the securities issuer. This was not the first time the media reported that Ripple may have gone public. The CEO of SBI Holdings, one of Ripple's largest external shareholders, said during a earnings meeting last month that Ripple plans to go public after the case is resolved. SBI CEO Yoshitaka Kitao said, “After the current lawsuit, Ripple will go public. The current CEO wants to do this. Chris wants to do this. In December last year, the SEC filed a lawsuit against Ripple Labs, Garlinghouse and co-founder Christian Larsen, claiming that XRP was an unregistered securities offer of $ 1.3 billion. commodities and therefore not within the jurisdiction of the SEC. What do you think of Ripple going public after the SEC case is resolved? Let us know in the comments below. Editing, Brad Garlinghouse, Christian Larsen, ripple goes public, ripple ipo, ripple case, ripple sn, xrp ipo, xrp caseMore

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