South Carolina's securities regulator has ended cease-and-desist orders against two blockchain startups, public documents revealed Thursday.
A company behind an ongoing initial coin offering (ICO) has been issued a cease-and-desist notice from the U.S. state of Vermont.
In a statement, ShipChain said it did not violate securities laws or offer its token for sale in South Carolina.
South Carolina securities regulators have ordered ShipChain to cease selling its tokens within the state.
Genesis Mining has been ordered to stop operating in the state of South Carolina, according to a cease-and-desist order released last week.
New Jersey regulators have sent a cease-and-desist letter to an online cryptocurrency investment site called Bitstrade.
The Philippines Securities and Exchange Commission hit KropCoin with a cease-and-desist order, on the grounds it was offering unregistered securities.
Malaysia's securities market watchdog has issued a cease-and-desist to a startup ahead of its planned initial coin offering (ICO).