Industry Pros Weigh In on Rumors of New Crypto Wallet Regulations
From shorter consultations to insider comments, recent rumors about U.S. regulation of private crypto wallets have some compelling context.
The outage was resolved roughly seven hours after publication of this article, according to the firm's status page.
Under the terms of an SEC Reg A+ offering, Exodus will accept bitcoin, ether and USDC, and sell equity tokens for $27.42 apiece.
The funds will be used to double the team size and offer additional services.
With custom domains and apps, advertising and a social media presence, the ElectroRAT malware operation targeting crypto wallets is extensive.
Blockchain analysis firm Elliptic said the proposal could “adversely impact” existing anti-money laundering (AML) regulations.