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Could XRP SEC Lawsuit Affect the Prices of BTC and COLT?

Justin Malonson



The Ripple (XRP) SEC lawsuit might potentially end soon, and as the end is near, crypto investors are wondering how it might affect the Ripple token itself and other coins. While the Ripple ledger is not a fork of the Bitcoin (BTC) blockchain, the Bitcoin token might still be affected by the lawsuit outcome. On the other hand, Collateral Network (COLT) is sitting pretty and expected to bring in 3500% gains before its public presale ends.


Collateral Network (COLT) Is Leading the Market With Incredible Gains

Collateral Network is an innovative DeFi lending platform that offers discreet and fast borrowing and lending options. It brings something unique and never-before-seen to the crypto and lending industries, i.e., the chance for borrowers to unlock liquidity by leveraging real-world assets such as watches, vintage cars, diamonds, gold, collectibles, fine art, etc.

With Collateral Network, borrowers can get a loan within 24 hours without having to cut through the lengthy bureaucratic tape. Also, they’ll receive discounts on borrowing fees, access to funds worldwide, and none of their loans will be shown in their credit files.

As for lenders, Collateral Network provides them with the chance to create passive income streams paid on a weekly basis. Overall, users with the COLT token will benefit from discounts on trading fees, access to private auctions, governance rights, staking as another form of passive income, and more.


To unlock liquidity on Collateral Network, the borrower simply needs to send over the physical asset he or she wants to leverage. Then, Collateral Network will value the asset, mint it into an NFT, and store it in a secure vault. After that, Collateral Network will sell the 100% asset-backed NFT in fractions to lenders (fractionalized lending), and lenders who buy fractions will receive a weekly passive income in return.

Should the borrower default, Collateral Network will sell the asset in a private auction so that lenders get their funds back. On the other hand, if the borrower repays the loan, Collateral Network will burn the NFT and send the asset back to its owner. 

Currently, Collateral Network (COLT) is still in its public presale stage, trading at $0.014, a 40% increase from its initial presale price. Before the presale ends, experts are predicting the token to rise another 3500%, and once the token hits exchanges, an additional 100x gains are on the horizon. 


Does the XRP SEC Lawsuit Affect Bitcoin (BTC)?

The XRP ledger is not a fork on the Bitcoin (BTC) blockchain. However, it does use some of the features that the Bitcoin (BTC) blockchain offers, like private and public cryptographic keys, public ledgers, and digital signatures. So, if the SEC lawsuit goes sideways, Bitcoin will see a significant decrease in the number of transactions XRP verifies through the Bitcoin network. Also, all crypto projects, including Bitcoin, could face stricter regulations as a result of this lawsuit. 

So, the SEC lawsuit could affect Bitcoin quite heavily. Currently, Bitcoin (BTC) is trading at $27,098.21, a 3.19% decrease in the past 24 hours. However, investors are positive about the future of the Bitcoin (BTC) token, or at least some of them are. 


What Will Happen to Ripple (XRP) Once the SEC Lawsuit Is Concluded?

Back in 2020, the SEC filed a lawsuit against Ripple with allegations that the executives and the company sold the Ripple token illegally. So, there are two outcomes we can expect from the Ripple case. 

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First, Ripple could lose, which will result in huge losses for the Ripple project. Also, if Ripple losses, it’ll make way for stricter regulations for the crypto industry, which will affect many other crypto projects as well.

On the other hand, if Ripple (XRP) wins, the token could reach the $1 mark again and double the gains that current Ripple (XRP) holders have, as the token is trading at $0.5107 at the moment. 

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Justin Malonson is an is an American internet entrepreneur, software developer, investor, author and technology executive. He is the founder of social-networking service Lyfeloop and CEO of international web-development agency Coastal Media Brand.

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