The Aion Foundation has sold off half of the bitcoin and ether raised in an October 2017 token sale, says its CEO.
"One Kin on one blockchain," said CEO Ted Livingston. "That's our vision."
PwC's Hong Kong division is exploring best practices for issuing stablecoins with non-profit Loopring Foundation. Auditing, though, is another matter.
A new report by research firm One Alpha found that, despite a general slowdown in the crypto market, Israeli startups continue raise funds from ICOs.
The SEC has not forgotten or overlooked the ICO space, and a wave of regulatory action is coming, believes Alex Sunnarborg.
Global money-laundering watchdog, the Financial Action Task Force, has said it will draw up rules for cryptocurrency regulation by next summer.
New York-based blockchain media startup Civil will issue refunds to participants in its token sale, which failed to hit the $8 million minimum.
Many at San Francisco Blockchain Week are warily reflecting on the lessons of the 2017 token boom, the pride that came before the bear-market fall.
North Dakota's securities watchdog is again taking action against ICO projects it alleges are operating illegally in the state.
The U.A.E. plans to introduce regulations that would permit initial coin offerings to be used as a means of fundraising for domestic companies.