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NO Ripple IPO or XRP ETF. The Truth Behind the Hype.

Part 7 Of An 8 Part Exposé

Ripple's strategy hinges on keeping retail investors invested in the potential of XRP. The deceitful idea of a forthcoming IPO or an ETF approval serves as a powerful motivator for these investors, many of whom are already deeply invested and hopeful for significant returns; which Ripple not only knows will elude them, but actively safeguards from happening via it’s ODL service. And, guess what? Yet again, the SEC and the courts are complicit in this charade.


How Ripple surreptitiously changed the fundamental nature of XRP after investors had already committed funds. Contrary to popular belief market forces DO NOT play a significant role in the price of XRP. Ripple, almost exclusively, shapes the price of XRP.

Brad Garlinghouse and David Schwartz have artfully dodged disclosing critical information about its liquidity sourcing practices, control over XRP supply and so much more.

Ripple and it’s influence-rs repeatedly make the deceitful claim that there is now clarity that XRP is not a security. The deceit is by omission and deflection. Brad Garlinghouse, David Schwartz and their lackey influence-rs resolutely fail to mention that the Judge had CLEARLY ruled that XRP WAS A SECURITY when sold to institutional investors.

While AMM is a common mechanism used by exchanges, Ripple’s integration of AMM with its large reserves of XRP via its ODL service creates a unique scenario for market manipulation. Unlike typical exchanges that rely on user-provided liquidity, Ripple can directly inject liquidity from its own reserves. The ability to control liquidity is a form of market manipulation.

Judge Torres concurred with the SEC that Ripple had violated securities law when it sold XRP to institutional investors, privately. So, why did Gary Gensler and the SEC abandon criminal indictments, WITH PREJUDICE? Why did Judge Torres readily sanction the capitulation? Was there a sidebar to induce the SEC and Judge Torres to gratuitously surrender to Ripple?

Why haven’t institutional investors filed claims against Ripple for selling them unregistered securities? Because Ripple and institutional investors are “the whales” secretly transferring large amounts of XRP as part of settlement agreements “off the exchanges”; in full view of, and possibly, with a silent nod from Gary Gensler and Judge Analisa Torres.

Part 7: Ripple's IPO and ETF Mirage: The Truth Behind the Hype.

Ripple's strategy hinges on keeping retail investors invested in the potential of XRP. The deceitful idea of a forthcoming IPO or an ETF approval serves as a powerful motivator for these investors, many of whom are already deeply invested and hopeful for significant returns; which Ripple knows will elude them and is actively making sure it does not happen.

Coming Soon

Part 8: The Imminent Collapse of XRP and Implosion of Ripple Inc.

Retail investors have been the backbone of XRP's price stability, largely due to the speculative hype around potential wide scale adoption and IPO and ETF approvals. Once this illusion is shattered, the crash of XRP and the catastrophic effect it will have on the crypto market and the crypto industry as a whole, will pale in comparison to the FTX debacle. Sam Bankman-Fried can perhaps look forward to at least 3 members of the fraternity to share his lodgings with.

Part 7

Ripple's IPO and ETF Mirage: The Truth Behind the Hype.

Ripple’s tantalizing hints about a possible IPO and the approval of an XRP ETF are not just idle speculation; they are part of a deliberate strategy to keep retail investors engaged and hopeful. There have been reports suggesting that Ripple is eyeing a public listing of its shares and that an XRP ETF might be on the horizon, potentially approved in 2025. Despite the reality that these financial milestones are highly improbable given the current regulatory and operational transparency issues, Ripple continues to let these rumors circulate. This tactic appears designed to prevent a mass exodus of retail investors from XRP, thereby maintaining its price stability in the absence of robust institutional interest.

Ripple CEO, Brad Garlinghouse, and CTO, David Schwartz have made comments that feed into this speculation. Garlinghouse has mentioned exploring IPO options outside the U.S. amid ongoing legal challenges with the SEC. Meanwhile, Schwartz has highlighted the liquidity advantages of XRP over privately held shares, subtly reinforcing the potential of an IPO. However, the truth is that Ripple has not made any substantive moves towards making these financial instruments a reality. So long as the internal workings of Ripple and XRP remain secret, there will be no Ripple IPO or XRP ETF.Ripple

Retail Investors Are The Unwitting Pillars of XRP’s Price.

Ripple's strategy hinges on keeping retail investors invested in the potential of XRP. The idea of a forthcoming IPO or an ETF approval serves as a powerful motivator for these investors, many of whom are already deeply invested and hopeful for significant returns. The transparency and disclosure requirements that would accompany an IPO or ETF make these prospects unlikely. Despite these hurdles, Ripple has not actively dispelled the rumors, and instead cultivate the rumours. Without the substantial buying power of institutional investors, retail investors have become the critical support for XRP’s price. Retail investors, driven by the hope of huge future gains, are less likely to scrutinize the underlying issues as closely as institutional players. This makes them more susceptible to speculative hype, which Ripple has deftly managed to foster.

This speculation has been further amplified by influencers who tout these potential events as catalysts for a significant rise in the price of XRP. Ripple has neither confirmed nor denied these claims, allowing the hype to persist unchallenged. The reality is that given the current lack of transparency around Ripple's operations—especially concerning how On-Demand Liquidity (ODL) is managed and the potential for market manipulation—an IPO or ETF approval is highly improbable. Ripple would be required to disclose substantial information about its internal workings, which it has shown a clear reluctance to do.

The Real Motive Behind Ripple’s Speculative Hype.

Ripple’s continued engagement with speculative hype around an IPO and an ETF is a calculated move to keep retail investors from abandoning XRP. This is crucial for maintaining the cryptocurrency’s price in the face of waning institutional interest. By dangling the carrot of future gains through high-profile financial developments, Ripple ensures a steady stream of retail investment, which is essential for their broader strategy. Ripple’s strategy to keep retail investors hopeful and engaged, effectively treats retail investors as stooges to be exploited for Ripple’s own gain.

This approach borders on deception. By not being forthright about the actual likelihood of an IPO or ETF approval, Ripple misleads investors into maintaining their positions based on false hopes. The reality, as evidenced by the need for significant disclosures and the current regulatory climate, is that these developments are far from imminent.

Ripple’s Smoke & Mirrors. SEC and Judicial Complicity?

What’s particularly troubling is the apparent complicity of regulatory and judicial bodies in this charade. The SEC’s civil suit against Ripple, which seeks damages and penalties, falls short of addressing the deeper issues of market manipulation and transparency. By not pushing for criminal charges or demanding more extensive disclosures about Ripple’s operations, the SEC has effectively allowed Ripple to continue its opaque practices. Judge Torres’s ruling, which differentiated between institutional and retail sales of XRP, further muddies the waters and seems to favor institutional investors, leaving retail investors in the lurch.

The ongoing large movements of XRP between private wallets and exchanges, often attributed to "whales," add another layer of complexity. These movements, which do not significantly impact XRP's price, could indicate proactive settlement strategies where monetary settlements occur privately through banks while the XRP transactions happen on exchanges. This practice could be another method by which Ripple maintains price stability, crucial for their ODL service but potentially misleading for investors about the true market dynamics (source: Coingape, TradingView).

Regulatory and Judicial Reluctance.

There is an underlying reluctance within regulatory and judicial bodies to fully tackle the complexities of the cryptocurrency market. By avoiding a full-scale criminal prosecution, these bodies can sidestep some of the more challenging aspects of regulating and enforcing laws in a rapidly evolving and technically complex industry.

Ripple's possible manipulation of XRP prices and strategic non-disclosure of critical investor information underscore the implausibility of a public listing or ETF approval. The SEC and the judiciary's apparent leniency, possibly influenced by institutional investors' clout, only exacerbates the situation. Retail investors are left in the dark, misled by the unfounded hype of future Ripple developments. Ripple is heading for catastrophic disaster, unless a significant change in strategy is undertaken quickly.


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