Published On: Sat, Jan 13th, 2018

The Twelve Billion Dollar Ripple Lawsuit Saga Deepens

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A decision made back in 2016 by former Ripple boss Chris Larsen causing a rift between him and the company took another twist this week. A deal was signed with a bank consortium which included an option for its partner to buy 5 million tokens at when they were valued at a pittance. Ripple has countersued, claiming the deal was made in bad faith.   
Following the meteoric price rise of XRP in the past month that contract is now worth $12 billion and both sides are locked in a courtroom battle that could influence the future of the company and its digital currency.
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Ripple filed a counterclaim this week in a New York state court with accusations that the R3 consortium signed the deal in bad faith according to Fortune. The San Francisco blockchain company also claims that R3 used the partnership to leech expertise and develop a competing product. The filing includes emails from R3 CEO and represents almost 10% of the company’s 55 billion XRP allocated from the 100 billion total.
The filing claims that Ripple does not need to honor the contract as the consortium failed to hold up its end of the deal which was to sign …

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