Gary Gensler knows what a cryptocurrency is when he sees it, and XRP may be right in his blind spot.
Ten cents per share extra now seems a very small price to pay.
Steve Mnuchin can’t hurt you any more, New York Stock Exchange.
Both of the country’s governments are not in high favor among American jurists.
Is it a good idea to piss off the judge presiding over your case this much? It seems like it might not be a good idea.
Comply with our subpoenas or, you know, just stop doing any business in the United States.
At least, one whistleblower attorney really hopes so.
According to the authorities, when Eric Malley wasn’t pontificating on cryptos, he was conjuring imaginary real estate investment funds.
And would you all please cool it about the SEC’s home-team judges, for heaven’s sake?
As usual, it’s going to lose money on it.
I wouldn’t want to be Sandy Alderson if the Big Guy doesn’t get a parade this year.
So perfect, in fact, that it has no more need of Carl Icahn, nor he of it.
What makes a cryptocurrency a currency, one lawsuit-battling crypto wonders aloud and angrily?
How many it has, and how much it will cost, remains unclear.
Throwing it all away for the world’s worst person ends exactly as you’d expect: Heartbroken in a basement apartment.
Which is too bad for an astonished Credit Suisse.
Really, it was about someone fucking up on our side. Honest.