FBI agents interviewed Cameron Winklevoss regarding allegations that Digital Currency Group boss Barry Silbert misrepresented the financial health of DCG’s now-bankrupt lending arm Genesis Global Capital.
CoinEx will refund $1.1 million to users and pay $600,000 in penalties over charges that it violated securities laws in New York in a settlement that “codifies” its U.S. exit.
The hearing by New York regulators examined the “transparency and security of the cryptocurrency industry and potential improvements as they relate to investor and consumer protection.”
The draft bill seeks to amend New York's general business law, financial services law, and tax law with new specifications and definitions for digital assets.
Slamming a Bloomberg report, Tether insists it did not have an account with Signature Bank, but its use of Signet to facilitate USD transactions has authorities raising their brows.
New York’s Attorney General is accusing the KuCoin digital asset exchange of violating state laws on selling unregistered securities, specifically singling out ETH as one of those securities.
NY Attorney General Letitia James alleges that CoinEx offered commodities and securities without registering, with the exchange pledging to cooperate with the regulator.
NYAG Letitia James also requests the scrapping of two Acts currently on the table, namely: the Retirement Savings Modernization Act and the Financial Freedom Act of 2022.
AG Letitia James called on any New Yorker deceived by a digital asset firm through withdrawal freezes, layoffs or bankruptcy filings to contact her office.
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.
A New York court has ordered digital currency firm Coinseed to shut down, marking a win for the New York Attorney General’s Office.