Ripple CEO Not Bullish on Facebook’s Ability to Launch Libra Cryptocurrency
When Facebook initially announced its cryptocurrency project Libra in June, Brad Garlinghouse, the CEO of blockchain company Ripple, was ecstatic. Garlinghouse was so excited by the project—and the uptick in interest it had also generated for Ripple—that he sent Libra's creator some celebratory champagne, he said at Fortune's Brainstorm Finance conference at the time.
Ripple CEO: Bitcoin and XRP Aren’t Competitors — I’m Long BTC
Bitcoin (BTC), and XRP, the third biggest coin by market cap, are not competitors, Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse claimed in a Fortune interview on June 20.
Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse on JPM Coin: Other Banks Won’t Use It
Brad Garlinghouse, the CEO of San Francisco blockchain startup Ripple, gave JP Morgan Chase qualified praise Wednesday for creating its own stablecoin, before dismissing the product’s likelihood of adoption by other banks and questioning its usefulness.
Brad Garlinghouse, says he doesn’t consider Ethereum [ETH] as a competitor to what XRP is doing
Brad Garlinghouse, in Ethereal Davos panel, had a discussion with Joseph Lubin of the ConsenSys and Brian Behlendorf of the Hyperledger about the future of blockchain and cryptocurrencies.
Ripple CEO Defends XRP's Utility at Fintech Conference
"Let's be clear: Ripple is different than XRP," Brad Garlinghouse, CEO of distributed ledger startup Ripple, argued during CB Insights' Future of Fintech conference on Thursday.