Ripple v. SEC: I-Remit goes further with expanded ‘amicus’ appeal

Ripple v. SEC: I-Remit goes further with expanded 'amicus' appeal

The price of XRP gained more than 4% in the past three days, according to data from CoinMarketCap. During the last seven days, XRP traded for as high as $0.503 before dropping to its current level of $0.493.

Here’s CryptoCoiney’s Price Prediction for XRP for 2022-23

Crypto traders’ interest in XRP turned bullish after its parent company recorded a string of victories against the U.S. regulator.

But you ask, what led to this?

Guessing game on point 

As per a report, Judge Analisa Torres reportedly approved I-Remit and Tapjet’s requests to file amicus briefs to defend Ripple Labs in the ongoing SEC vs. XRP lawsuit.

Needless to say, SEC had objected to this outcome because the approved parties were inclined towards Ripple.

Did that opposition work? Well, herein, I-Remit went further in Ripple v. SEC case with an expanded appeal filed. A famed attorney, James Filan shed light on this development in a 13 October tweet.

#XRPCommunity #SECGov v. #Ripple #XRP I-Remit, Inc. has formally filed its Amicus Brief in Support of the Ripple Defendants' Motion for Summary Judgment.

— James K. Filan 🇺🇸🇮🇪 120k (beware of imposters) (@FilanLaw) October 13, 2022

In its filing, the Filipino payments company added more support for Ripple technology like RippleNet and ODL. In fact, the platform asserted that XRP was not a security, as the U.S. regulator claimed in this lawsuit. The filing further stated,

“As a major ODL customer, I-Remit is interested in the outcome of this lawsuit because of its reliance on XRP and the XRL Ledger. I-Remit has deep knowledge of these technologies that will aid the Court’s evaluation of the arguments advanced by the US SEC.”

Where’s the line 

Prior to this, the Chamber of Digital Commerce, the world’s leading blockchain trade organization, presented its support for Ripple as the status of amici curiae. If not the price, at least holders remain optimistic regarding this ever-lasting lawsuit.