Browsing the "FINRA" Tag

Circle’s SeedInvest Takes Step Toward Tokenizing Stocks With Trading License

| Nikhilesh De

SeedInvest, the equity crowdfunding platform owned by crypto startup Circle, just got a license to facilitate trading of traditional securities.

Is ConsenSys Startup Token Foundry Dead or Doing Something Different?

| Brady Dale

Since losing its founder in August, sources say ICO platform Token Foundry is alive in name only.

In First, FINRA Files Fraud Complaint Against Crypto Broker

| Nikhilesh De

The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) has filed a securities fraud complaint against a cryptocurrency broker.

FINRA Wants to Know All About Member Firms’ Crypto Activities

| Wolfie Zhao

The U.S. financial self-regulatory body is asking member firms to submit every detail of their existing or future activities in cryptocurrency.

Crypto Startup Uphold Moves to Become Licensed U.S. Broker-Dealer

| Nikhilesh De

Digital money platform Uphold is looking to become a Finra-registered broker-dealer following a new acquisition, the company says.

Tezos Co-Founder Sanctioned By US Financial Watchdog

| Wolfie Zhao

Arthur Breitman, co-founder of cryptocurrency project Tezos, has been barred by FINRA from any association with broker-dealers for two years.

FINRA: Beware Public Stocks That Tout Cryptocurrency Connection

| Wolfie Zhao

FINRA, a self-regulatory authority for the financial industry in the U.S., has issued a new warning about cryptocurrency-related stock fraud.

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FINRA to Host Blockchain Event in New York Next Month

| Stan Higgins

FINRA, the self-regulatory organization for US brokers, has announced a new blockchain event and a fintech communications hub this week.

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FINRA Believes Blockchain Could Impact its Regulatory Rules

| Stan Higgins

FINRA, the self-regulatory organization for US brokers, could see some of its rules impacted by blockchain.

Smart Contract Issues Set Off ‘Alarm Bells’, Says US Regulator

| Michael del Castillo

Representatives of two US regulators have explained how their agencies are approaching the rapidly growing smart contracts industry.