Ripple Faces New Lawsuit While Institutional Giant Removes XRP From Large Cap Fund

Ripple Faces New Lawsuit While Institutional Giant Removes XRP From Large Cap Fund


Payments startup Ripple is facing a fresh lawsuit from a multi-billion-dollar asset manager.

Tetragon Financial Group Ltd. has filed a complaint against the San Francisco-based firm with the Delaware Chancery Court seeking to “enforce its contractual right to require Ripple to redeem” Series C preferred stock that the investment company holds.

Tetragon also wants the court to freeze Ripple’s cash or liquid assets until the startup pays up, reports Bloomberg.

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Ripple has since responded to Tetragon’s suit in a press release calling the company’s lawsuit baseless.

“In Ripple’s Series C investment agreement, there is a provision that if XRP is deemed to be a security on a go forward basis, then Tetragon has the option of having Ripple redeem their Ripple equity.

Since there has been no such determination, this lawsuit has no merit. We are disappointed that Tetragon is seeking to unfairly take advantage of the lack of regulatory clarity here in the U.S. The courts

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