Unravelling Ripple’s Q3 Report and What It Means for XRP

Amidst the evolving landscape of cryptocurrency, Ripple’s Q3 report sheds light on XRP’s growing prominence and recent legal milestones.

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  • Ripple’s Q3 report has revealed surprising shifts in XRP’s market dynamics.
  • A recent court ruling has redefined XRP’s regulatory status, echoing Bitcoin’s classification.
  • XRP has forged new frontiers with recent listings on Bit.com and Deribit.

As regulatory clouds part, Ripple’s XRP, much like other digital assets, stands on the cusp of newfound opportunities. Against this backdrop, Ripple has unveiled its highly anticipated report for the latest quarter, shedding light on vital revelations concerning transactions and trading activities during the third quarter of 2023.

XRP Trading Volume Soars by 5% in US Exchanges

According to the released Ripple XRP report, the company underlines this growth as more exchanges have embraced XRP trading, particularly in the United States, where XRP volume surged by 5%.


The report is replete with illustrative charts and comprehensive data, directing the spotlight toward the coin’s connection with broader macro assets. It sheds light on market evolutions, focusing on their impact on asset prices and liquidity.

Furthermore, the report highlights that the lion’s share of XRP trading activity primarily unfolds on prominent non-US exchanges like Binance, OKX, and Upbit.

Moreover, the XRP report emphasizes the landmark court ruling that transpired on July 13, 2023, in the case of the Securities and Exchange Commission versus Ripple Labs Inc. In this judicial pronouncement, the court definitively affirms that XRP does not classify as a security. 

XRP Earns Not-Security Status and New Platform Listings

This ruling has ushered in a newfound clarity regarding XRP’s regulatory status. By this decision, XRP joins the ranks of cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, officially recognized as not constituting securities.


The report also highlights developments in the status of XRP, with the coin securing new listings on platforms such as Bit.com and Deribit.

In light of Ripple’s business statistics, the XRP report suggests that most of Ripple’s customers and counterparties operate beyond the borders of the United States. It further notes that foreign companies persist in forming partnerships with non-US entities residing in transparent regulatory jurisdictions.

On the Flipside

  • The growth in XRP trading on non-US exchanges like Binance, OKX, and Upbit may indicate a preference for trading on platforms outside the United States due to regulatory clarity. 
  • While the court ruling clarified XRP’s non-security status, there are still ongoing concerns about the regulatory environment for cryptocurrencies in the United States.

Why This Matters

The pivotal court ruling categorizing XRP as a non-security asset mirrors a broader shift in cryptocurrency regulations, offering investors and enthusiasts a crucial precedent. This development instills confidence in the crypto community and fosters regulatory clarity, ultimately bolstering trust and stability within the digital asset space.

To delve deeper into the implications of the SEC’s stance on Ripple, check out this insightful article:
Ripple’s Garlinghouse Blasts Ex-SEC Chair During Interview

To learn more about the intriguing dynamics behind Ripple’s anonymous XRP transaction and its impact on price, read here:
Ripple Sends 55.5 Million XRP Anonymously as Price Rises 7%

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Kyle Calvert

Kyle Calvert is a cryptocurrency news reporter for DailyCoin, specializing in Ripple, stablecoins, as well as price and market analysis news. Before his current role, Kyle worked as a student researcher in the cryptocurrency industry, gaining an understanding of how digital currencies work, their potential uses, and their impact on the economy and society. He completed his Masters and Honors degrees in Blockchain Technology within Esports and Business and Event management within Esports at Staffordshire University.