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XRP Army Unhappy as US Gov Mentions Ripple in Terror Financing Context

Published Oct 13, 2023 11:25 Updated Oct 13, 2023 11:45
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  • The U.S. government mentioned Ripple in a statement on crypto and terrorism financing.
  • The XRP community is concerned that the US government is unfairly targeting Ripple.
  • XRP Army believes the government remembers Ripple whenever it seeks to criticize the crypto industry.

The crypto community has recently scrutinized the U.S. government’s allegedly prejudicial view of various crypto-based projects being used to fund terrorism. In a recent tweet, XRP enthusiast wEeZiE raised concerns regarding the U.S. Department of State’s mention of Ripple in their statement on cryptocurrency and its potential use by criminals.

Specifically, he raised apprehension that the U.S. government often mentions Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH) when they seek to discuss matters related to the digital asset industry. However, according to the XRP enthusiast, the government remembers Ripple, the payment firm associated with XRP, whenever it seeks to criticize the crypto industry.

XRP Army Unhappy as US Gov Mentions Ripple in Terror Financing Context
 

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