Gemini lists among other coins Litecoin, BAT, Ethereum, and Bitcoin. Not XRP. One of the most liquid coins and the third in the market cap leader board.
It rubs supporters the wrong way considering the way one supporter tagged the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the two co-founders while complaining that the compliant exchange hadn’t listed the coin yet they were busy supporting other low market cap altcoins.
Today, Gemini announced that they will list BAT, an ERC-20 token that is the native currency of the Brave Browser.
— Tyler Winklevoss (@tylerwinklevoss) May 5, 2020
In response to this, a Twitter user expressed his dissatisfaction stating:
“Dear SEC Enforcement. That Gemini crypto exchange (owned by Winklevoss and Tyler Winklevoss) refuses to list the third-ranked crypto XRP, despite adding many low-cap coins, is not representative of the true crypto market, and amounts to CLEAR market manipulation.”
Dear @SEC_Enforcement. The fact that @Gemini crypto exchange (owned by @winklevoss and @tylerwinklevoss) refuses to list the third-ranked crypto $XRP, despite adding many low-cap coins, is not representative of the true crypto market, and amounts to CLEAR market manipulation.
— galgitron (no price predictions) (@galgitron) May 1, 2020
By tagging the US SEC, a leading regulator tasked with overseeing securities, Tyler Winklevoss responded that his attacked was actually injurious not to the exchange, whom the supporter claimed was manipulating the market, but to XRP, a coin that some critics assert is a security and should be overseen by the SEC.