At a fraught moment for government-industry relations, the SEC and crypto insiders are sitting down for a public meeting.
The SEC is visiting cities around the U.S. to meet with crypto startups about token offerings and solicit feedback on existing regulations.
SEC officials demonstrated a deeper grasp of crypto than many industry members were expecting at last week's forum.
Commissioner Hester Peirce offered caveats about nationally coordinated efforts at a D.C. blockchain conference.
The SEC's new FinHub is being launched with the aim of facilitating interactions with fintech startups, including ICO issuers.