The U.S. securities regulator has given two blockchain token-centric projects its approval this week.
In a joint statement Monday, the SEC and FINRA laid out the issues they must examine before approving broker-dealer applications from crypto startups.
The D.C.-based Blockchain Association will now oversee Kik’s “Defend Crypto” campaign, with the added goal of helping other startups fight legal cases.
The SEC has kicked off a public comment period for a proposed ETF backed by bitcoin and T-bills.
The SEC should focus more on fraud prevention than if an asset is a security, as fraud can be committed with securities too, argues David Weisberger.
Wall Street watchdog FINRA has sat for as long as 12 months on roughly 40 broker-dealer applications by blockchain startups.
The SEC’s complaint against Kik, after it raised $100 million in an ICO, seemed pretty brutal, but not so fast, we’re only hearing one side of the story. Watch more here as three lawyers discuss the case, its merits and its potential impacts for the crypto industry as a whole.
The SEC filed fresh fraud charges against Longfin Corp. on Wednesday, alleging the company falsified its accounting. Longfin’s stock price jumped after it announced a crypto pivot in 2017.
The SEC seems to have a strong case on the facts in its complaint against Kik and its 2017 token sale, according to legal experts.
In a complaint filed Tuesday, the SEC laid out where Kik allegedly ran afoul of U.S. securities law with its $98 million ICO in 2017. It also revealed a lot more.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has filed suit against Kik over its 2017 initial coin offering.
SEC officials demonstrated a deeper grasp of crypto than many industry members were expecting at last week’s forum.
Startups that conducted ICOs may be eligible for relief from SEC enforcement actions, an agency official said.
At a fraught moment for government-industry relations, the SEC and crypto insiders are sitting down for a meeting.
Messaging app firm Kik has launched a crypto crowdfunding campaign to support a likely court battle with the U.S. SEC over its ICO token, kin.
The bitcoin spot market is “significantly” smaller and more efficient than is generally perceived, says a Bitwise paper sent as comment to the SEC.
The SEC has accused Daniel Pacheco of running a $26 million Ponzi scheme disguised as a cryptocurrency.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has taken action over what it alleges is a $30 million crypto scam based on supposed diamond investment.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has again delayed a decision on a bitcoin exchange-traded fund (ETF) proposal.
Most at Token Summit 2019 seemed to agree: U.S. regulators need to decide what to do about tokens, whatever the decision may be.