The states’ securities regulators served cease and desist orders to the sellers of the 12,000 Gambler NFTs who violated securities regulation.
The regulators filed a mix of show cause and cease and desist orders against Voyager, which replied by saying that its products haven’t violated securities laws.
The SEC accused tZERO of using non-U.S. trading information from a Singaporean firm and failed to properly disclose key information in accordance with regulations.
New York’s attorney general has joined Kentucky, New Jersey and Alabama authorities in launching an attack on digital currency lending platforms, with sights set on Celsius and Nexo.
Kentucky has joined New Jersey, Alabama and Texas in booting out digital currency lender Celsius Network, issuing a cease-and-desist order against the firm.
Kentucky's Department of Financial Institutions has issued a cease and desist order to BlockFi over its BlockFi Interest Accounts.
The state of Texas has filed a Cease and Desist order against BlockFi and claims that BlockFi's Interest Accounts are unregistered securities.
BlockFi, the popular cryptocurrency lending and borrowing platform, has been issued a cease and desist order by NJ's Attorney General.
The Texas State Securities Board issued the cease and desist order against London-based Bitles Limited and its principal Janis Lacis, as well as Texas-based C3 Data Services and its principal Edward Carter.
BitClout brands itself as a social media-based platform where users can buy and sell tokens based on people’s reputations.