Billionaire Mark Cuban Joins XRP Army in Criticizing SEC

Billionaire Mark Cuban Joins XRP Army in Criticizing SEC

Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban took former SEC attorney to task for failing to understand crypto

Billionaire Mark Cuban has joined a choir of critics of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in his recent tweet.

The “Shark Tank” host has slammed former SEC attorney John Reed Stark for having “absolutely no understanding of crypto.”

Cuban says that crypto will continue to positively impact businesses more than the regulator.

Earlier today, Stark said that neither Bitcoin nor any other crypto had any utility:

The volatility is unbelievable, and also (what a lot of people miss) is that there is no utility in Bitcoin or any other crypto. The only reason people own is hoping it will go up because someone else will buy it.

The speed at which Cuban has turned from a skeptic into a crypto advocate is astonishing. In December, for instance, he himself claimed that bananas had more utility than Bitcoin because they have potassium.

Now, he has outlined a myriad of use cases for crypto:

Weather insurance. Money transfer. Provenance for digital files. Marketplace efficiency for digital content. Personal banking. Prediction markets. Non-fractionalized banking. Structured financial products. Fractionalization of assets. Gaming rewards. Soon ticketing.

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