Ripple CEO To Speak At Messari’s Mainnet 2022 Summit• July 29, 2022 6:58 pm • Comments
It has been announced that Ripple’s CEO, Brad Garlinghouse, will be speaking at Messari’s Mainnet Summit this year where he will be talking about industry challenges as well as advancements.
The summit includes many of crypto’s industry leaders and is a significant event that indicates where the future of crypto is headed.
Garlinghouse is expected to shed more light on Ripple’s recent advancements and its growth strategy despite its longstanding lawsuit with the SEC.
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More details on the lawsuit and Garlinghouse’s most recent opinion on it is also expected to be shared during this Summit which many within the crypto community is very interested in.
"@Ripple CEO will be the first speaker at the summit." … "This year’s Messari Mainnet summit will be held in New York City from September 21 to September 23, 2022." … IMO… @bgarlinghouse should be the headliner… Just saying… https://t.co/kvxX8kvoUC
— CryptoBagger (@baggin_crypto) July 28, 2022
This year’s Messari Mainnet summit will be held in New York City from September 21 to September 23, 2022.
“As 2022 has already proven to be a monumental year for the industry, we are excited to offer attendees an event that cuts through the noise and focuses on the innovations that will drive our industry forward,” Selkis said in a statement, adding:
“Attendees should leave Mainnet feeling confident that the long-term outlook for crypto has never been brighter.”
Garlinghouse and other speakers will take on various cryptocurrency and blockchain-related conversations. The speakers will be joined by over 150 leading cryptocurrency operators and builders, as well as investors.
It is expected that Garlinghouse would seize the opportunity to talk about the ongoing Ripple vs. SEC lawsuit.
So far, the lawsuit is expected to be concluded sometime before March 2023 as that would be around the two year mark and the court has indicated that it does not want the case dragged beyond that point.
Other attendees at the summit include OpenSea Co-Founder and CEO Devin Finzer, and Apollo Global Management Partner and Head of Digital Management Christine Moy.
With these other participants at play, speculators can hope to try to understand where the industry sentiment is right now despite the current crypto bear market.
At the time of writing, BTC is priced at roughly $24k after it rallied from its most recent low which was around the $19.2k mark.
Whether or not this recent rally is a sign of a trend shift or if the bear trend will continue is still unknown.
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Attendees can look forward to fireside chats between Messari Co-Founder and CEO Ryan Selkis and Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse, Galaxy CEO Mike Novogratz and TIME President Keith Grossman as well as others.
Additional speakers will include angel investor, tech founder, and author of The Network State Balaji Srinivasan, OpenSea Co-Founder and CEO Devin Finzer, and Apollo Global Management Partner and Head of Digital Management Christine Moy, who will be joined by 150+ other leading operators, builders, and investors from across the crypto industry.
“The next few months will be crucial for our industry heading into 2023. This is the time to learn, adapt, and focus on building strong foundations,” said Selkis. “Mainnet is an opportunity for industry leaders to share what they have been working on and make the connections that will help lead to new breakthroughs in the years ahead.”
CEO of #Ripple Brad Garlinghouse has been named as a first speaker at the Messari Mainnet 2022 summit
— Bitcoinist.com (@bitcoinist) July 29, 2022
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