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    Ripple CLO Raises Pertinent Questions About The $4 Billion Binance Deal

    In the wake of Binance’s settlement with the Department of Justice (DOJ), Ripple’s Chief Legal Officer (CLO) Stuart Alderoty has highlighted an important point as it relates to crypto regulation in the country.  Crypto Tokens Are Not Securities In a post on his X (formerly Twitter) platform, Alderoty questioned the Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) stance on crypto tokens. He noted that neither did the DOJ mention anything about Binance…

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    Andrew Whitworth questions Jets no longer focusing on free-agent quarterbacks earlier: ‘That grows this frustration’

    The New York Jets' quarterback situation is one that's been "boiling" all season, in the words of Super Bowl champion and Amazon Prime Video NFL analyst Andrew Whitworth.  The boil overflowed on Sunday night in Buffalo as head coach Robert Saleh did what he was hoping he wouldn't have to: bench Zach Wilson. Everyone figured that move meant the Jets didn't have faith in Wilson to lead the offense anymore…