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  1. Wed March 20th, 2019
  2. CryptoSlate

    The US Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) has recently stepped up its enforcement actions against virtual currency exchanges and Initial Coin Offerings (“ICOs”) that violate federal securities laws. Due to the highly technical nature of virtual currency and its underlying technology, the area long operated as a sort of financial...

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  3. Fri February 22nd, 2019
  4. BeInCrypto

    Gladius Network has settled with the SEC over charges related to operating an unregistered initial coin offering (ICO).

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    The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has decided not to impose a penalty on a company that had issued security tokens without its approval The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has decided not to impose a penalty on a company that had issued security tokens without its approval...

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  6. Wed February 20th, 2019

    After the blockchain company self-reported its unregistered securities offering, it walked away without paying a fine.

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  8. CoinDesk

    Gladius Network will refund investors and register its tokens as securities after settling "unregistered ICO" charges with the SEC.

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  9. Wed January 30th, 2019
  10. BeInCrypto

    The SEC may be looking to take legal action against Kik Interactive and its cryptoasset Kin regarding the token's status as a security.

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  11. Thu January 3rd, 2019
  12. AMBCrypto

    The U.S Securities and Exchange Commission [SEC] has been in the center point ever since Bitcoin [BTC] and other cryptocurrencies hit their all-time high. This was mainly due to the ICO boom during the same timeframe, which led to several investors stepping into the cryptocurrency space. This also resulted in...

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  13. Tue January 1st, 2019
  14. BeInCrypto

    Paragon (PRG) has recently experienced a staggering 3,400 percent pump and dump in the last several hours of trading.

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  15. Sun December 23rd, 2018
  16. BeInCrypto

    One thing is certain: controversial cryptocurrency bull John McAfee really does not like the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

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  17. Sat December 15th, 2018

    The increasingly frequent action taken by the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) against initial coin offerings (ICOs) deemed to comprise securities is expected to lead to many more cryptocurrency projects to be forced to distribute refunds to investors for failing to make the requisite registrations for a compliant...

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  19. Chepicap

    One of the largest crypto hedge funds, Pantera Capital Management expressed their concern due to some of the projects they backed are at a high risk of being the SEC's next victims. Following the actions from the Securities and Exchanges Commission to several firms related to their ICOs, California-based hedge fund,...

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  20. Fri December 14th, 2018
  21. Bitcoinist

    Pantera Capital told Bloomberg on Thursday that after the SEC annoucement, some 25% of its ICO portfolio may have to issue a refund.

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  22. Wed December 12th, 2018
  23. KryptoMoney + 1 more

    Square's Cash App, the mobile payment service, overtakes Coinbase, the digital currency exchange platform in the race of the most widely used iOS app to purchase Bitcoin (BTC). Notably, the app has also scored higher than YouTube in terms of popularity.

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  24. Mon December 10th, 2018
  25. BitcoinMagazine

    SFOX, an institutional crypto trading platform, recently released a comprehensive, data-packed analysis on the possible causes of the volatility in the cryptocurrency space over the month of November.

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  26. Sun December 2nd, 2018
  27. LiveBitcoinNews

    The SEC continues to crack down on blockchain and cryptocurrency-based projects – and it’s earning a little money in the process.

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  28. Thu November 29th, 2018
  29. Altcoinera

    The biggest fluctuations in the prices of Bitcoin were seen in the year 2017 where the price of the leading cryptocurrency surged by a big margin. The prices of Bitcoin was below $4000 for many days, however, on Wednesday, the prices of Bitcoin came back to track.

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  30. Tue November 27th, 2018
  31. Coinfomania

    In an interview with CNBC correspondent yesterday, November 26, the chairman of the U.S Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Jay Clayton, said that th

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  32. KryptoMoney

    Bitcoin News: The crashing prices of Bitcoin and altcoins have pushed crypto enthusiasts to re-consider their price point predictions and the subsequent trading tactics. Stephen Innes, shared his views on the current market and what to expect in 2019, in a discussion with Bloomberg.

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  33. Mon November 26th, 2018
  34. Reuters

    Bitcoin plunged more than 12 percent on Monday, extending falls in recent weeks ...

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  35. Thu November 22nd, 2018
  36. Bitcoinist

    Earlier this month on November 16th, the SEC instructed two crypto startups to register their tokens as securities.

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  37. Wed November 21st, 2018
  38. LiveBitcoinNews

    Cryptocurrency-related lawsuits are up by about 300 percent this year, with roughly 45 cases making their way in the first six months.

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  39. Tue November 20th, 2018
  40. OracleTimes

    The crypto market is down again, and the current price trajectory brings new lows that haven’s been seen for over a year. Yesterday, November 19, probably marked the worst day for the crypto markets in 2018. Bitcoin dropped like never before, Ethereum, and Bitcoin Cash fell as well. The three...

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  41. TheGuardian

    Cryptocurrency’s value has slumped by more than a quarter in less than a week

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  42. Mon November 19th, 2018
  43. TechCrunch

    Crypto news got a little boost last week after a dark month of crashes, stablecoins and birthdays. The SEC ruled that two ICO issuers, CarrierEQ Inc. and Paragon Coin Inc., were in fact selling securities instead of so-called utility tokens. “Both companies have agreed to return funds to harm…

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  44. - das Blog für Bitcoin und andere virtuelle Währungen

    Die Preise purzeln, wohin man auch schaut. Ripple überholt Ethereum, Stellar zieht an Bitcoin Cash vorbei, und die Preise von Token sind im freien Fall. Eine Bestandsaufnahme und eine Suche nach Gr…

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  45. Fortune

    The cryptocurrency markets are all red again, and it may have something to do with the SEC's big crackdown on initial coin offerings.

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  46. Sun November 18th, 2018
  47. CoinTelegraph

    The head of the IMF suggests looking into central bank issued digital currencies, while a Swiss stablecoin gets Sharia certified.

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  48. Sat November 17th, 2018
  49. AMBCrypto

    Earlier this week, the Securities and Exchange Commission made the headlines by striking down the Founder of EtherDelta, a decentralized exchange platform that offers services for Ethereum-based tokens. This had grabbed the attention of several people involved in the space as it was the first time a Founder was scrutinized...

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  50. BitcoinNews

    The SEC has issued its first civil penalties for ICOs that launched after the SEC announcement that ICOs need official approval

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  51. Crypto-News India

    It seems that time isn’t changing SEC’s approach towards ICO tokens and decentralized exchanges. The US markets watchdog has once again reiterated its infa

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  52. Fri November 16th, 2018
  53. CoinDesk + 1 more

    Friday's charges against Airfox and Paragon Coin may hint at how the SEC will regulate ICOs going forward.

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    The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has settled charges with two initial coin offering issuers. These cases are the commission's first to impose civil penalties “solely for ICO securities offering registration violations.” Both companies have agreed to refund investors, pay penalties, and register their tokens as securities.

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  55. BitcoinMagazine

    The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has agreed to settle charges with two startups that sold tokens through Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) in 2017. The companies were charged by the SEC for running their ICOs after the regulator clearly defined such offerings as unlicensed securities in its DAO Report...

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  56. CoinTelegraph + 1 more

    In a self-described “first,” the U.S. SEC has imposed civil penalties against two ICOs solely over their failure to register their token sales.

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  57. Fortune

    The Securities and Exchange Commission was slow to take action last year as dozens of companies held so-called “initial coin offerings” or ICOs, which involve selling cryptocurrency tokens to the public. But now the agency appears to be making up for lost time. On Friday, the SEC announced it had...

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  58. CoinDesk

    The SEC has settled charges with crypto startups Airfox and Paragon for securities law violations.

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  59. Sun September 30th, 2018

    The great ICO rush of 2017 and early 2018 is over. The euphoria, the unironic cries of “When Binance?”, and the 10x returns are now a thing of the past. Epic gains and moon missions have been replaced by acrimony, recriminations and, increasingly lawsuits, both real and threatened.

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  61. Fri September 14th, 2018
  62. Blokt + 2 more

    Paragon seeks to fulfill all of the cannabis industry needs, providing a platform where the cannabis supply chain can trade safely and, above all, legally!

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  63. Thu July 26th, 2018

    Cornerstone Research, an economic and financial consulting company, has published a report finding that more than 6% of the securities class action filings made in 2018 have related to initial coin offerings (ICOs) and cryptocurrencies.

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  65. Mon June 18th, 2018
  66. BitcoinMagazine

    As the cryptocurrency market develops and grows, cryptocurrencies have become the subject of an increasing number of securities lawsuits.

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