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Business 21 August 2019
SEC-challenged Veritaseum wants assets unfrozen
Now unable to access the funds, Middleton is crying foul and wants the SEC to release the money while alleging that the freeze is only hurting investors.
Business 13 August 2019
No surprise – SEC delays responding to crypto ETF requests
The government body still can’t seem to get its head wrapped around the idea taking a decision on the subject and has postponed forward progress on three different ETF proposals.
Business 4 April 2019
US SEC releases ‘key’ guidelines for cryptocurrency
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has finally made some real progress in helping to provide definition to the cryptocurrency space in the country.
Business 19 February 2019
SEC, CFTC could team up to oversee crypto rules
Each agency has a different definition of what digital assets are, which is hindering advances in regulatory oversight in the US.
Business 19 September 2018
Leave crypto alone: Hester Peirce admonishes fellow regulators
Hester Pierce, the lone dissenting commissioner in the SEC orders rejecting cryptocurrency ETFs, called on the regulator to ease up on cryptocurrency-related products.
Editorial 14 September 2018
Crypto ETF stars might be aligning
The ninth installment in a weekly column, A Power of Facing discusses possible political moves and general trends that bode well for the spectre of a crypto ETF, a supposed Holy Grail of crypto mainstreaming enthusiasts.
Business 3 May 2018
Telegram calls off public ICO
Telegram has decided against holding a public initial coin offering (ICO) after having raised a staggering $1.7 billion in a private pre-sale, reports have confirmed.