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Founded Year

2006

Stage

Acquired | Acquired

About Ripple

Ripple is a data-driven solution to empower businesses. The company provides software tools for on-vessel, marine operations, personnel, fleet maintenance, and financial management in the marine transport industry. Its products include compliance, maintenance, crew management, and a mobile app. Ripple was formerly known as MarineCFO. It was founded in 2006 and is based in Houma, Louisiana. In 2023, Ripple was acquired by Bleecker Street Group. The terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Headquarters Location

723 Point Street

Houma, Louisiana, 70360,

United States

866-962-7463

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Ripple Patents

Ripple has filed 2 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • banking technology
  • cryptocurrencies
  • cryptography
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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

7/11/2022

1/2/2024

Payment systems, Cryptocurrencies, Cryptography, Banking technology, Interbank networks

Grant

Application Date

7/11/2022

Grant Date

1/2/2024

Title

Related Topics

Payment systems, Cryptocurrencies, Cryptography, Banking technology, Interbank networks

Status

Grant

Latest Ripple News

XRP Case Twists with SEC Motion Approval; AI Altcoin Poised to Outdo Monero

Feb 16, 2024

XRP Case Twists with SEC Motion Approval; AI Altcoin Poised to Outdo Monero Author: PR Manager Feb 16, 2024 18:23 Recently, Ripple’s Legal battle has witnessed a significant twist with the approval of a motion by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), while Borroe Finance ($ROE ), an AI-driven token, is positioning itself to potentially outshine established altcoins like the privacy-focused cryptocurrency, Monero. SEC Secures Motion Approval Against Ripple The case between the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and Ripple Labs has seen a myriad of important events. In July 2023, Judge Analisa Torres issued a summary judgment in the SEC v. Ripple case concluding that Ripple’s sales of XRP via secondary trading platforms were not securities transactions. However, the court refused the summary judgment concerning the relevant claims against two top Ripple executives, Bradley Garlinghouse and Christian Larsen, whom the SEC alleged had aided and abetted Ripple’s alleged violations, requiring that claims against these individuals proceed to trial. Moreover, The SEC’s motion to appeal the ruling was rejected by Judge Torres, and the legal proceeding is continuing where both parties submit motions and replies in support of their positions. However, the case is of significant relevance for the categorization of XRP and other digital assets as securities or commodities, and its outcome is currently attracting a lot of attention from the cryptocurrency industry. The SEC’s lawsuit against Ripple is based on accusations that Ripple raised money through the sale of XRP, an unregistered security. The case has been of high interest due to the potential effect it may have on the regulation of digital assets and the entire cryptocurrency sector. The Ripple and SEC legal tussle has seen key developments, including a summary judgment in favor of Ripple in the categorization of the XRP sales and the rejection of the appeal motion by the SEC. Nonetheless, the case is set for trial in April 2024 and it has an enormous impact on the regulation of virtual assets. Investors Flock To Borroe Finance ($ROE) Borroe Finance ($ROE), a top DeFi project aiming to revolutionize Web3 fundraising, is gaining significant traction from both retail and institutional investors lately. Borroe Finance’s ($ROE) ongoing fourth presale phase outfits governance token is an attractive investment opportunity for all. The project has attracted over $2.8 million from investors globally so far. Running on the Polygon blockchain, Borroe Finance is the first mover in Web3 funding, allowing enterprises to transform their future income streams into NFTs that can be offered to ready investors for quick funding. Creators get instant access to funds based on their continuous future earnings. This innovative feature sets Borroe Finance apart from hype-coin offerings. Carefully crafted, the $ROE altcoin is a deflationary asset that fosters scarcity and value appreciation over time, thereby promoting long-term HODLing by investors. The platform is led by finance veterans Maxim Prishchepo and Michael Price who have decades worth of experience in the Web3 and Fintech Industry. Emphasizing security and transparency, Borroe Finance ($ROE) is BlockAudit compliant, indicating the organization’s adherence to these values. The smart contracts of the project are public and such further boosts transparency measures. Learn more about Borroe Finance ($ROE) here: Disclaimer and Risk Warning This is a press release post. Coinpedia does not endorse or is responsible for any content, accuracy, quality, advertising, products, or other materials on this page. The image used in this article is for informational purposes only and is provided to us by a third party. Coinpedia should not be held responsible for image copyright issues. Contact us if you have any issues or concerns. Readers should do their research before taking any actions related to the company.

Ripple Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Ripple founded?

    Ripple was founded in 2006.

  • Where is Ripple's headquarters?

    Ripple's headquarters is located at 723 Point Street, Houma.

  • What is Ripple's latest funding round?

    Ripple's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • Who are the investors of Ripple?

    Investors of Ripple include Bleecker Street Group.

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