177.6 million XRP moved by Ripple, Coinbase and Binance: details

Yuri Molchan

In the past 20 hours, Ripple and several major digital trading platforms have nearly 178 million XRPs. transferred

According to blockchain tracking service Whale Alert, which tracks large amounts of wired digital currency, 177.6 million XRP tokens have been moved by Ripple, Binance and several other major crypto exchanges in the past 20 hours.

That amount of XRP is the equivalent of a whopping $ 228 million in fiat.

Ripple, Binance, Coinbase move 177.6 million XRP

Recent tweets published by Whale Alert say that several major crypto companies, including the Ripple blockchain Decacorn, as well as leading crypto exchanges like Binance, Huobi, and Coinbase, have thrown a total of $ 227,995,486 in XRP equivalents among themselves.

Ripple has moved nearly 10 million XRP from its RL18 VN wallet to the Huobi exchange. Notably, the same transaction took place on April 21st.

BitGo has sent 10 million XRP to the Binance exchange. Coinbase has moved 38.9 million XRP (equivalent to $ 50,624,877) between its wallets.

That said, Coinbase moved 7.7 million XRP to the Bitstamp exchange in Luxembourg, one of the exchanges that delisted XRP back in January after the SEC filed its lawsuit against the fintech giant on December 21. The same goes for Coinbase, Binance USA and Bittrex.

Binance has processed 10 million XRP to the BitGo custodian service. The biggest chunk, however, was moved by the Bybit exchange: 130.7 million XRP ($ 173,389,199).

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The SEC is trying to prevent Ripple from searching its employees’ personal devices

As previously reported by U.Today, the SEC agency is seeking a court order prohibiting Ripple from receiving its internal communications and preventing access to the personal devices of its commission staff.

The SEC insists that Ripple make “new and broader claims” that exceed the limits allowed by the court order.

The supervisory authority accuses Ripple of “discovery gamemanship” and harassment.

This began when the court partially approved Ripple’s access to SEC documentation on the status of Bitcoin and Ethereum as non-security assets.

But now the SEC is filing for a prohibitive order to allow Ripple to only work with the SEC’s external documents in this case.

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