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Ripple Settles With YouTube, But XRP Fails to React

Ripple has settled a legal dispute with YouTube, but the news has failed to generate the reaction that many investors expected. 
Ripple’s Legal Dispute With YouTube is Over
Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse announced on Mar. 9 that his firm has reached an agreement with YouTube over fraudulent activity.
In 2020, Garlinghouse filed a lawsuit alleging that the video-sharing platform allowed scammers to conduct XRP Giveaway frauds.  He says that the new resolution will allow Ripple and YouTube to work together to “prevent, detect and take down these scams.”
“While specific settlement terms are confidential here, it’s clear to all that without accountability and action, trust erodes in this industry, at a crucial time when [governments] around the world are looking closely at crypto,” said Garlinghouse.  
The monetary damage caused by these scams on YouTube is unknown. However, it seems that the scams were not extremely significant, as XRP’s price was not dramatically affected.
XRP’s Price Consolidates
XRP prices continue to consolidate within a narrow range without any indication of where it is headed next. 
A look at XRP’s 12-hour chart shows that the 50 twelve-hour moving average has been acting as stiff resistance since Feb. 23. Meanwhile, the 200 twelve-hour moving average is acting as strong support, preventing this cryptocurrency from a steep correction. 
Given this lack of direction, the area between these trend-following indicators can be considered a reasonable no-trade zone. Only a candlestick close above or below any of these critical hurdles will determine where XRP is headed …
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