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XRP Supporter Blasts Impersonator Behind Fake ETF Misinformation 4m ago by coinedition.com

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Dark Defender has criticized those behind yesterday’s XRP price manipulation.

XRP jumped to $0.7503 on Monday after a piece of misinformation.

An impersonator of BlackRock’s managing director included XRP trust on the Delaware list of corporations website.

Dark Defender, an XRP influencer and crypto strategist, has criticized those behind a falsified listing of a BlackRock XRP ETF that surfaced online this week. In a recent post on X, the strategist expressed his displeasure toward the actors responsible, saying that he hoped they would get caught and punished.

Hi all. I hope the people who caused this fraud can be caught and punished, as they well deserved. $XRP yesterday touched $0.7503 with that misinformation; however, it pulled back to the previous level we discussed earlier.

The good news is that XRP #closed the daily candle… pic.twitter.com/mFco24PtQY

— Dark Defender (@DefendDark) November 14, 2023

According to Dark Defender, XRP jumped to $0.7503 on Monday after the misinformation surfaced. The price later pulled back, dropping to a level he had previously discussed with his followers, at $0.6649. Following the daily candle’s close above th…

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