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Centra

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CTR68,000,000

News

  1. Tue February 12th, 2019
  2. BitcoinNews

    In response to a lawsuit, Israeli entrepreneur Moshe Hogeg has denied the allegations of misappropriating investors’ funds.

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  3. Sat January 26th, 2019
  4. Bitcoinist

    A Chinese investor has sued Stox.com and its owner Moshe Hogeg, for allegedly misappropriating funds raised during an ICO. Boxer Floyd Mayweather famously Floyd Mayweather famously backed the Stox ICO, which has just been sued by a Chinese investor.

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  5. Fri January 25th, 2019
  6. CoinTelegraph

    A Chinese investor has sued a prominent Israeli crypto entrepreneur and his blockchain-based prediction market platform for $4.6 million over alleged fraud.

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  7. Mon January 21st, 2019
  8. Blokt

    Business Insider recently listed 13 celebrities who support cryptocurrencies and may hold some the digital coins themselves.

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  9. Tue December 4th, 2018
  10. CoinTelegraph

    The U.S. SEC’s move to fine celebrities for fraudulent ICO advertising tells a cautionary tale to investors and would-be advertisers.

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  11. Mon December 3rd, 2018
  12. BtcManager.com

    The Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) recently settled charges against two celebrities who failed to disclose their payments for promoting initial coin offerings (ICO). According to the SEC’s press release published on November 29, 2018, while music producer DJ Khaled and professional boxer Floyd Mayweather did not admit nor deny the…

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  13. CoinScribble

    It seems that everyday a new cryptocurrency is born. Most of these you never heard of and probably never will. So, the question we have to ask is "why are ther

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  14. Sun December 2nd, 2018
  15. NewsBTC

    Despite the price action, industry players went all out last week. Nasdaq announced plans for "crypto 2.0" futures, while Bitcoin ETF talk mounted.

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  16. CoinTelegraph

    Ohio businesses can soon pay taxes in Bitcoin, while Nasdaq looks ahead to a Bitcoin futures launch.

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  17. Sat December 1st, 2018
  18. Blokt

    In an announcement, the SEC stated that it had settled charges against two celebrities - boxer Floyd Mayweather and music producer DJ Khaled.

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  19. Fri November 30th, 2018
  20. stmarket.co

    For promoting Centra ICO and failing to comply with securities law, the U.S SEC fined Floyd Mayweather to pay $300,000 in disgorgement, $300,000 as a penalty and $14,755 in interests. Dj Khaled faces a more favorable penalty with $50,000 to be paid for disgorgement, $100,000 as a penalty and $2725...

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  21. Altcoinera

    Boxing legend Floyd Mayweather and music Producer DJ Khaled penalized by the Securities and Exchange Commission for not disclosing the amount received through a promotion of Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs). The settlement was announced by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on Thursday.

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  22. NewsBTC

    Floyd Mayweather Jr. and DJ Khalid have both settled charges with the SEC for failing to disclose that they were paid to promote ICO projects to the public.

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  23. Coingape

    Securities and Exchange Commission has charged professional boxer and a rapper. Reports recently revealed that former welterweight champion Floyd Mayweather Jr. and a music producer [...]

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  24. Bitcoin.com + 1 more

    The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has hit two celebrities with record fines for shilling initial coin offerings (ICOs). Boxer Floyd Mayweather

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  25. Blockspoint

    The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has charged a sportsman Floyd Mayweather Jr. and a musician DJ Khaled with the illegal advertising of an ICO

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  26. LiveBitcoinNews

    Floyd Mayweather and DJ Khaled have been charged by the regulator for promoting ICOs without disclosing payments received.

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  27. Engadget

    If celebs don't reveal they've been paid to promote a cryptocurrency then it could cost them.

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  28. Coinfomania

    Floyd Mayweather has been fined heavily by the U.S Securities Exchanges Commission (SEC) for an “off the ring” activity. The pro boxer promoted an Initial

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  29. Coindoo

    The U.S Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has charged boxer Floyd Mayweather and music producer DJ Khaled for advertising a cryptocurrency scam.

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  30. AMBCrypto

    Prominent music producer, DJ Khaled, and boxer Floyd Mayweather were charged by the Securities and Exchange commissions [SEC] after they failed to disclose the fees they received for the promotion of initial coin offerings [ICOs]. According to a report released by SEC, Khaled and Mayweather received $50,000 and $100,000, respectively...

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  31. Bitcoinist

    The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has settled charges against DJ Khaled and Floyd Mayweather Jr for unlawful ICO promotion. Both celebrities The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has settled charges against DJ Khaled and Floyd Mayweather Jr for unlawful ICO promotion.

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  32. Crypto-News India

    World boxer Floyd Mayweather and rapper-producer DJ Khaled came under fire for promoting an Initial Coin Offering (ICO), Centra Tech — a crypto start-up co

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  33. Quartz

    Celebrities could be in trouble if they don't disclose paid promotion of cryptocurrency projects.

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  34. Mashable + 10 more
  35. Thu November 29th, 2018
  36. TheGuardian

    Boxer and music producer to pay combined $767,500, says SEC after accusing celebrities of failing to disclose payments

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  37. CoinTelegraph

    The U.S. SEC has announced settled charges against Floyd Mayweather Jr. and DJ Khaled for unlawfully advertising an ICO.

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  38. The Verge

    The ICO’s founders were charged earlier this year

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  39. Benzinga + 3 more
  40. CoinDesk

    Floyd Mayweather and DJ Khaled settled charges with the SEC, which said they promoted ICOs without disclosing payments from token issuers.

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  41. LiveBitcoinNews

    It now seems many self-profressed crypto asset experts will gladly offer positive reviews for a fee. That is a worrisome situation, as this "paid shilling" skews information for investors.

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  42. Thu November 22nd, 2018
  43. Investopedia

    The difference between the terms blockchain, bitcoin and cryptocurrency are often not entirely understood. Here's how to distinguish between the three.

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  44. Wed November 21st, 2018
  45. LiveBitcoinNews + 2 more

    TRON co-founder and CEO Justin Sun has announced that basketball player Kobe Bryant will be speaking at TRON’s blockchain summit in San Francisco next year, but do celebrities really have a place in the crypto arena?

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  46. Thu November 8th, 2018
  47. XTRABYTES TODAY

    The term “decentralization” has seen a massive increase in usage of late, becoming one of the more common tech buzzwords of 2018. Its meteoric rise parallels a growing frustration with the injustices that derive from its seemingly evil twin, “centralization”. For others, decentralization merely appears to be a new concept...

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  48. Mon November 5th, 2018
  49. BeInCrypto

    T.I. is being sued for $5 million for allegedly misleading investors with the FLiK Token — a crypto project co-owned by Ryan Felton. 

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  50. Sat November 3rd, 2018
  51. LiveBitcoinNews

    Rapper Clifford Joseph Harris Jr. (T.I.) is the latest celeb to face charges of fraud due to a cryptocurrency investment gone bad.

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  52. Fri November 2nd, 2018
  53. BTCWires

    The Blast, a U.S. celebrity new media obtained court documents, which said that FLiK, rapper T.I. aka, Tip and his business partner Ryan Felton has failed. They are now being sued for 5 million USD, by a group of people. The report says that the group of people claim that…

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  54. ZyCrypto

    The Annual Report on the Division of Law Enforcement by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has revealed its plans of placing strict

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  55. Altcoinera + 1 more

    U.S. rapper T.I., otherwise called T.I.P., is being sued for $5 million by a gathering of individuals after his FLiK token has allegedly failed, as indicated by court records obtained by the news media giant in the U.S. The Blast.

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  56. CoinTelegraph + 2 more

    U.S. rapper T.I., who launched the FLiK token with his business partner Ryan Felton, is now being sued for $5 million after the coin has broken to the wide.

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