XRP, Galaxy Digital CEO Mike Novogratz compares the XRP Army with 9/11 conspiracy theorists.
Galaxy Digital CEO Mike Novogratz made striking assessments in a recent interview comparing the XRP Army with 9/11 conspiracy theorists. Novogratz’s emphasis is as follows:
Over the years, the XRP army has built a real community of people who really want to believe in it. You can tell them anything. They put forward theories such as the 9/11 conspiracy theories. There are some of these people in the crypto field. Sometimes they don’t look at the truth.
Famous billionaire Novogratz also says that this community reminds him of former President Donald Trump fans and British football fans who continue to deny the legitimacy of the 2020 elections.
For the past few months, the XRP community has been waging a hashtag war against former SEC chief Jay Clayton and former SEC officials who sued Ripple. The SEC is busy spreading baseless conspiracy theories about supposed conflicts of interest.
Ripple should be worth $ 60 billion
The former hedge fund manager claims he does not like XRP at all because there are many tokens owned by the company and says:
I never liked the XRP token because you have a group that owns most of it. Let the SEC sue the company’s CEO, founder, and other members of the company.
After Novogratz questioned the XRP rally, token fans began attacking him on Twitter and urged the billionaire to cash out his stake in Ripple.
Novogratz admits that this is a “painful trade.” He states that the company should be worth $ 60 billion according to the amount of XRP it has, but Ripple’s equity is traded at around $ 3 billion and emphasizes:
Actually, there is a mistake in these numbers.