The agenda in the Ripple community is the allegations that have been made recently. Recently, a social media account named TheCryptoAlert revealed that Ripple Corporation will take 10 billion XRP and burn them.
Such a development, which would remove 10% of the total supply from circulation, excited the XRP community. However, the lack of an official source on the subject created question marks.
John E. Deaton, one of the lawyers who closely follows the Ripple SEC Case, made a post on the subject at the weekend and stated that he would not believe such a claim without Ripple’s explanation.
The first official statement on the subject came from the CTO of Ripple. The company’s chief technology officer, David Schwartz, denied the allegations and said he was not aware of such a development. stated. He also emphasized that the allegations do not refer to an official source:
“Sometimes we buy XRP. But I don’t know that there is a specific action to refer to in this thread. There is no official source for the aforementioned allegations.”
Panos Mekras, the founder of DigitalGen Financial Services, announced on his social media account that the allegations were based on a false report. According to Mekras, the report is based on e-mails sent to defraud users.
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