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XRP Community Claims Credit for ‘Decentralized Justice’ Invention

source-logo  coinedition.com 24 September 2023 22:04, UTC

In a recent tweet, the founder of the Crypto-Law.us, John Deaton, proclaimed that the XRP community is the best crypto community. Deaton believes there is no better crypto community in existence that trumped the XRP Army.

Moreover, the lawyer further stated that the XRP Army invented what he described as “Decentralized Justice.”

There is simply no better crypto community in existence today. It’s called Decentralized Justice and the XRP Army invented it.

— John E Deaton (@JohnEDeaton1) September 24, 2023

In response to Deaton’s claim, crypto enthusiasts, particularly the XRP Army, expressed agreement that XRP invented Decentralized Justice. Someone even suggested that Deaton rename his newly launched book Decentralized Justice.

Notably, Deaton expressed the sentiment in response to a comment from Steven Nerayoff, one of the early advisers of Ethereum. Nerayoff had expressed admiration for the XRP community’s unity and unwavering commitment to their cause against the U.S. regulator.

Nerayoff marveled at the extraordinary strength of the XRP community, emphasizing that the term “Army” hardly did justice to their collective dedication. He contrasted this with his extensive experience in various crypto communities, highlighting the rarity of finding one as dedicated and civil as XRP while noting that most others tend to be plagued by toxicity.

It is worth mentioning that Nerayoff is one of the top figures in the crypto community who alleged the U.S. regulator of partiality in their dealings with Ripple and XRP. Central to the allegation is the SEC’s previous interactions with Ethereum, particularly during the initial coin offering (ICO) period.

Nerayoff alluded to possible misconduct within the SEC that cast doubts on the SEC’s reputation and integrity. Reflecting on the challenges faced by the XRP community in recent years, Nerayoff conveyed a determination not to succumb to bitterness or change his core values.