Browsing the "Compliance" Tag

US SEC Seeking Big Data Tool for Major Blockchains

| Yogita Khatri

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is seeking vendors to provide detailed blockchain data in order to improve crypto compliance.

Blockchain Capital Leads $1.7 Million Round for Crypto Compliance Startup

| Yogita Khatri

Venture capital firm Blockchain Capital has led a $1.7 million seed round for San Francisco-based crypto compliance startup TRM Labs.

Stellar Gets Another Boost With TokenSoft ICO Services Expansion

| Nikhilesh De

In the latest good news for the crypto project, TokenSoft says it is launching support for token sales built on the Stellar network.

dollars, money

Former S&P President Leads Seed Round for ICO Compliance Startup

| Nikhilesh De

Regtech and compliance startup iComply has just completed a seed funding round led by former Standard and Poor's chief Deven Sharma.

Coinbase Taps Regulation Veteran for Crypto Compliance Chief

| Wolfie Zhao

Coinbase has announced the appointment of its latest chief compliance officer as it moves to become a licensed broker-dealer.

Bermuda’s Blockchain Strategy Goes Beyond Just Winning New Business

| Annaliese Milano

Bermuda's efforts to attract the blockchain industry may have started with regulation, but they won't end there, officials say.

A16z, Founders Fund Back $28 Million Raise for Tokenized Securities Startup

| Annaliese Milano

Tokenized securities startup Harbor has secured $28 million in funding from major Silicon Valley venture capital firms.

Chainalysis Raises $16 Million for Real-Time Crypto Compliance

| Annaliese Milano

Blockchain startup Chainalysis has today announced a $16 million funding round and a new real-time transaction analysis tool.

Compliant ICOs? Bitcoin OGs Launch Token Sale Service

| Brady Dale

TokenSoft is today launching its white-label ICO solution with built-in regulatory frameworks that flexibly cater for different nations' rules.

question, dilemma

When Crypto Exchanges Hold More Than Your Money

| Marc Hochstein

Regulators want cryptocurrency exchanges to know who their customers are – but that requires these companies to collect very sensitive information.