Analyst Leonidas Hadjiloizou has assembled a list of 26 companies that have updated their policies on XRP in response to claims that the asset may be an unregistered safe.
Each Crypto Platform adopts its own conditions for the selling or trading of a digital asset. Any firms only withdrew funding for the commodity on their US websites, whilst others shut off trade for XRP worldwide. In addition, some crypto exchanges have removed the commodity, while others have discontinued, halted, or disabled trading for XRP.
Crypto exchanges Bitstamp, Abra and eToro, along with crypto market maker B2C2, have suspended XRP trading in the US only. Meanwhile, Crypto Exchange Stex also disabled XRP trading in the US.
Exchanges Coinbase, Beaxy, OSL, OKCoin, Ziglu and iTrustCapital also suspend trade for Ripple’s native currency, but prefer to do so in all countries in which they work. Market makers Hop Trade and Galaxy Digital follow the same approach.
As for all XRP crypto exchanges in the US, they include BinanceUS, CrossTower, Crypto.com and Bittrex. Crypto wallet Swipe is now delisting XRP in the US.
The Eobot trading platform is the only exchange that has de-listed XRP on a global scale.
Asset Manager 21share is being delisting internationally, and so is the Sarson Funds. Sarson Funds, along with fellow crypto asset manager Bitwise, have liquidated their shares in XRP.
Crypto transfer firm Simplex bans XRP transfers worldwide while the payment group Wirex excludes XRP payments in the US only.
Brokers Genesis Trading and Bitcoin Suisse have absolutely withdrawn support for XRP.
Any crypto platforms are now involved in court disputes due to their prior advocacy for the digital commodity in question.
Coinbase is facing a lawsuit over its sale of XRP. The plaintiff alleges that Coinbase sold XRP despite knowing that it was an unregistered security.
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