Ripple Wins Prestigious Award!

October 6, 2023 11:29 am Comments

Ripple came out on top at the United Kingdom’s Pay 360 Awards.

At the annual Pay 360 Awards, Ripple was awarded with the “Best Use of Digital Currencies/Assets in Financial Services”award.

Ripple’s  Managing Direct of Europe operation Sendi Young broke the news and took to X and wrote “Such an honour to win in this UK’s most prestigious payments awards! Go team Ripple!”

The awards come after Ripple has come out victorious in its longstanding battle agent the SEC.

Per Coinpedia:

Ripple makes the news almost daily, and it’s all in its favor; is it Ripple’s CEO Tattoo effect? Looking at Ripple’s success, anything can be assumed, right? After appearing in the CBInsights’ Fintech top 100 list, the honor at the PAY360 awards is undoubtedly a cherry on the top. The industry powerhouse came back in 2023 after three years of rigorous legal battles. The company is looking forward to achieving greater heights.

In a resounding effort in digital finance that is noteworthy, Ripple clinched the top prize at the esteemed PAY360 Awards.

This prestigious accolade, presented by the Payments Association, underscores Ripple’s pivotal role in revolutionizing financial services through the innovative use of digital currencies and assets.

Here’s what Crypto Potato reported:

The blockchain enterprise keeps making the headlines. Recently, it won the most prestigious payment prize in the United Kingdom (UK) – the PAY360 Awards. Ripple topped the ranking for being the leader in digital currencies/assets in financial services.

Sendi Young – Managing Director of Ripple’s European operations – acknowledged the achievement by posting the news on her X (Twitter) account. Somewhat expectedly, the XRP community praised the company for the award, sending congratulations below the post.

Good news surrounding the crypto firm has been flowing almost daily in the past week. On October 3, Ripple secured another vital victory in its lengthy lawsuit against the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). A federal judge dismissed the regulator’s wish to appeal the decision from July, which determined that the company’s XRP sales from years ago did not constitute an offer of investment contracts.

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