Celebrities who endorse initial coin offerings may be in violation of the law, the SEC said today.
NBA star Stephen Curry is launching the first celebrity-branded CryptoKitty, with two more on the way.
Music producer DJ Khaled has become the latest in a line of celebrities promoting initial coin offerings on social media.
Following in Floyd Mayweather's footsteps, Paris Hilton has announced her participation in a token sale for a project called called Lydian.
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The U.S. state of New Jersey has issued a cease-and-desist order to an initial coin offering (ICO) endorsed by film actor Steven Seagal.
Action film star Steven Seagal has become the brand ambassador for a controversial cryptocurrency ahead of an initial coin offering (ICO).
This week's media coverage, though interrupted by the launch of Ethereum's decentralised app network, largely scrutinised bitcoin's reputation.
Reports of cryptocurrency and foreign exchange scams surged in the U.K. last year, while total reported losses dropped, says the FCA.
Floyd Mayweather and DJ Khaled settled charges with the SEC, which said they promoted ICOs without disclosing payments from token issuers.