The prominent crypto analyst and trader, David Gokhshtein, has come out to confess the progress in the Ripple Blockchain company despite the criticisms.
David Gokhshtein, the founder of Gokhshtein Media and former United States Congressional Candidate, has commented on the unusual breakthrough and strength the Blockchain company< Ripple, has been displaying despite a whole lot of criticisms fired towards it.
It is no news that Ripple has been facing a lot of criticisms in the course of its ongoing case between SEC and Ripple. Surprisingly, there has been low support from the cryptocurrency community in its lawsuit against the United State Commission.
Ethereum’s Vitalik Once Said Ripple Should Be Left Alone To Face Its Lawsuit Against SEC
Recall that some time ago, the Ethereum founder, Vitalik Buterin, recently said that the blockchain company should be left alone to face its music with SEC. This was said in response to the comment of Ripple on Ethereum saying that Ethereum is Chinese-controlled in its legal battle with the SEC.
While Vitalik’s comment was received happily by the Ethereum community, the Ripple’s proponent saw it as unpalatable.
For instance, Attorney John Deaton, the attorney representing the 72,000 XRP holders and amici status, said; “The more I think about the shameful and disgusting comment and considering you haven’t deleted or clarified it; I realize you didn’t misspeak. This was an immature, hateful comment directed at a community of innocent digital asset holders and NOT Ripple,”
Ripple Grows Feather Despite The Criticisms
As earlier said Ripple has been waxing strong amidst the criticisms. For instance, the blockchain company has been having a series of support from companies in the ongoing lawsuit against the SEC.
Ripple partner firm, TapJets requested to file an amicus brief supporting Ripple, the blockchain company. The private jet charter company has added its support for Ripple in the lawsuit, requesting to file an amicus brief that would prove that XRP is not a security.
Also, I-Remit, the Philippines-based cross border recently asked for permission to file an Amicus brief in support of the Ripple Defendant’s summary judgement motion.