Federal Judge Affirms Securities Laws Can Be Applied to ICO Fraud

U.S. District Judge Raymond Dearie said today the government is permitted to proceed in a criminal case concerning two fraudulent ICOs, a situation the prosecution says falls under securities laws. In Brooklyn, New York, District Judge Raymond Dearie affirmed securities laws could be pertinent in a case concerning two fraudulent ICOs. The decision was seen […]

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SEC Will Review Wednesday Decision to Reject BTC-ETF Proposals

The SEC has decided to review yesterday’s orders denying approval of numerous Bitcoin exchange traded funds. Is There a Light at the End of the Tunnel? In what is sure to be surprising news for all, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has decided to place a stay on three orders that rejected Bitcoin […]

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SEC ‘Underwhelmed’ by Lack of Enthusiasm for Regulation

Adam James · June 8, 2018 · 3:00 pm Cryptocurrency exchanges dealing with ICOs are now required to register with the SEC, though one director at the independent agency claims the response has been weaker than expected. He also noted that a statement on either Ethereum or Ripple will be coming in the future.  ‘We’re […]

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