Brad Garlinghouse, the founder and CEO of Ripple, will sustain a conference at Elite Economic Club of New York Forum on October 8th. Garlinghouse talked about Ripple and XRP (XRP) on CNN, in an interview.
“Founded in 1907, the Economic Club of New York is the premier forum for discussion on a wide range of issues facing New York City, the United States, and the world. We welcome preeminent thought leaders from across the globe and from the public and private sectors to speak on complex issues ranging from public policy and economic regulation to tech disruption,” the Elite Economic Club of New York Forum site reads.
“Past speakers include leaders of Fortune Global 500 companies, multiple U.S. presidents, and many other innovators, luminaries, and statesmen. The Club comprises individual memberships, drawing from senior leadership of the many corporate and financial organizations based in the Metropolitan area,” the site reads.
Brad Garlinghouse, Ripple CEO, Talks about XRP (XRP) And Ripple On October 8th
XRP (XRP) has experienced a great year, in 2019. The XRP has not surged surprisingly, but it maintained itself around the same price against the US Dollar.
Accordingly, the XRP (XRP) is going on the right track. “Earlier this year, the Economic Club of New York has seen such speakers, as Brian Moynihan, the CEO of Bank of America, General (Ret.) David H. Petraeus (the former CIA director, Richard Clarida (Vice Chairman of Federal Reserve System) and others who all spoke there in June this year,” as UToday reported.
At the time of this writing, XRP (XRP) trades at $0.284, jumping by about 2.10% in the last 24 hours. The XRP remains the third crypto in the market with a market cap of $12,240,480,095. The surge that XRP experienced, could be due to the decision took by NASDAQ to list XRP index.