Ceres, started by graduates of the U.S. Military Academy, recently filed paperwork with the SEC seeking permission to sell its digital token and Ceres coin.
The future of the U.S.’s federal securities regulator, and perhaps the direction of cryptocurrency policy, is up in the air. We game out the scenarios.
AML Bitcoin’s Marcus Andrade claims he is being extorted by the U.S. government in a response to Thursday’s charges by the Department of Justice and the Securities and Exchange Commission.
The Sovrin Foundation, a digital ID non-profit, laid off all paid employees after failing to secure funding for an SEC-compliant token issuance.
Telegram has settled its six-month court case with the SEC, agreeing to pay $18.5 million in penalties and to notify the agency if it plans to issue another digital asset in the next three years.
SEC Chairman Jay Clayton has been nominated to become the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York, replacing outgoing U.S. Attorney Geoffrey Berman, who will step down by July 3.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) moved on Friday to halt an allegedly-fraudulent digital asset investment fund run by two Pennsylvania brothers.
Three Arrows Capital now holds about 6.26% of the shares in the Grayscale Bitcoin Trust, or more than 20,000 bitcoins’ worth.
The SEC is trying to freeze the assets of a cryptocurrency mining and multilevel marketing scheme that it claimed bilked investors of $12 million.
SEC Commissioner Hester Peirce has reportedly been nominated to another five-year term at the agency.
BitClave will pay back over $25 million in a settlement with the SEC stemming from a 2017 token sale.
A federal court has frozen assets raised from investors in the Meta 1 Coin token sale.
Telegram has thrown in the towel in its court battle against the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and will no longer be appealing the ban on its blockchain token project.
The Kin Foundation is offering a peek under the hood of its operations with a new transparency report published with Messari.
Telegram will fork over bank records and communications with its investors in an agreement with the SEC as part of the agency’s ongoing lawsuit.
Telegram says it won’t be repaying investors in its 2018 TON token sale in gram tokens, one week after saying it could do so once the network launches.
Telegram is delaying the launch of its TON blockchain for a second time, and offered to repay investors up to 72 percent of their funds back after losing an initial court fight with the
U.S. District Judge Alvin Hellerstein allowed the Blockchain Association to file a brief in the SEC v. Kik case a day after the regulator filed an objection to letting the group comment.
The SEC says 7 members of the Blockchain Association have financial interests in Kik in its opposition to the group’s brief around the case.
The SEC and Kik doubled down on their respective views of whether the 2017 KIN token sale was a securities transaction in new legal filings published late Friday.