The SEC alleges that the Meta 1 Coin sale violated antifraud and securities regulation. It also promised some crazy returns.
Companies looking to raise funds via security token offerings (STOs) might soon get some relief from regulatory burdens in the U.S.
The SEC won a default judgement against ICO-as-a-service platform ICOBox and CEO Nikolay Evdokimov.
The martial artist and actor was charged for not declaring payments related to his promotion a token launched by Bitcoiin2Gen.
The SEC settled charges with Engima MPC alleging it raised $45 million in an unregistered securities sale with its 2017 ICO. Engima will refund investors and pay a penalty.
Contents Protocol will refund approximately $7.5 million-worth of ether back to investors.
SEC Commissioner Hester Peirce has proposed a new way to regulate token sales. If there are better alternatives, she wants to hear about them.
Perth Glory is being acquired by a sports-focused group that says it raised $70 million in a 2018 token offering.
Security token offerings (STO) were supposed to be the next big blockchain-based investment vehicle. But investors in Thailand and Taiwaan aren’t interested.
The firm is alleged to have conducted a fraudulent and unregistered sale of digital assets called OPP Tokens, raising around $600,000.
With the SEC lawsuit holding up the launch of Telegram’s TON network, the Japan-based exchange has cancelled its sale of gram tokens.
The SEC warned investors that initial exchange offerings, while claiming to be different from initial coin offerings, may still violate federal securities law.
The SEC has asked a federal court in California to fine ICOBox more than $16 million for selling illegal ICOS tokens.
SardineCoin seemed like a fishy proposition to the crypto world, but CoinDesk found the issuer’s booth, stocked with tins, at CES 2020.
The approved ICO issuer can now legally market and host their sale until the beginning of June 2020.
Should DigixDAO completely dissolve its treasury or keep making grants to enhance the ecosystem? That’s the question for token holders to decide.
Some 25,000 Chinese companies have tried to issue their own tokens over the past few years, a new report authored by five government agencies claims.
Block.One will pay $24 million after settling charges that it operated an unregistered securities sale with its $4.1 billion EOS raise.
Here’s CoinDesk’s full interview with Alexey Andryunin, the 20-year-old ICO pumper who was in the business of market manipulation.
ICORating agreed to pay $106,998 in interest and a civil penalty of $162,000 without commenting on the SEC’s findings.