Does Chainlink suffer the same fate as Ripple?
- Zeus Capital believes the SEC will also sue Chainlink
- What's next with Ripple?
- The Chainlink price remains unimpressed; the Ripple price is recovering
In addition to Ripple, will Chainlink now also be indicted by the SEC? Zeus Capital has ventured a - albeit very daring - prognosis: Chainlink will be reported by the SEC, just like Ripple; that is, Chainlink and Ripple will have the same fate. But how likely is it that the US Securities and Exchange Commission will now also indict Chainlink? Is there even a corresponding basis for a lawsuit?
Extremely unlikely, but not impossible
At the end of December, Zeus Capital posted a tweet on Twitter referring to Chainlink. Because with the tweet, Zeus Capital not only addressed Ripple, but also tried to clearly establish a connection between Chainlink and a possible charge by the SEC.
The tweet was probably also written because Tone Vays already poured fuel on the fire here. The team from Tone Vays assumed that the team from Ripple would have known long ago that the cryptocurrency would be a security and therefore the token allocation was designed accordingly.
In any case, it will be exciting to see how things will go with Ripple. The probability that the SEC will also sue Chainlink is - at least that's what we at Bitcoin-News.One believe - extremely low. At the current time, the Chainlink price is 16,67 US dollars (+ 48 percent in the last seven days; + 14,8 percent in the last 24 hours). The ripple price is moving at $ 0,28 (+ 35,9 percent in the last seven days; + 26 percent in the last 24 hours).