Browsing the "ICOs" Tag

Crypto Lawyer Drew Hinkes Joins Firm to Help ICO Issuers Fight Back

| Anna Baydakova

Blockchain lawyer Andrew Hinkes has joined has joined legal services firm Carlton Fields, where he will focus on litigating cases for token sellers.

Bittrex Exchange Nixes RAID Token Sale at 11th Hour

| Anna Baydakova

Bittrex has canceled a $6 million "initial exchange offering" by a crypto project called RAID hours before launch.

Crypto Mogul Moshe Hogeg’s ICOs Have Unusual Patterns, Analysis Finds

| Leigh Cuen

Controversy looms overhead as Israeli entrepreneur Moshe Hogeg promote's Sirin Labs' blockchain phone.

Thailand’s Securities Watchdog Approves Country’s First ICO Portal

| Daniel Palmer

The Thai Securities and Exchange Commission has given the green light to the country's first portal for scrutinized token sales.

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Long the Bankers! Why Security Tokens Need Trusted Middlemen

| Ami Ben David

Ami Ben David argues that the security token sector is not about replacing trusted middlemen. Rather, it needs them to support trust in the assets.

Thai SEC Bans Three Cryptocurrencies from ICO Investment, Trading Pairs

| Yogita Khatri

Thailand’s financial markets regulator has barred several cryptos from being used to invest in ICOs and as a base in trading pairs.

Developer of Blockchain Project ICON Denies IPO Plan Reports

| Yogita Khatri

South Korea-based ICONLOOP, the firm behind blockchain project ICON, has denied reports it's moving to go public.

FBI Seeking Potential Victims of BitConnect to Assist Investigation

| Yogita Khatri

The FBI is reaching out to those who invested in the now-worthless BCC token offered by the defunct crypto exchange BitConnect.

SEC Commissioner Peirce Confirms Guidance on Crypto Tokens Is Coming

| Yogita Khatri

The Securities and Exchange Commission plans to clarify when securities laws might apply to crypto token sales, an official confirmed Friday.

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The Security Token Market Needs Better Lingo

| Andrew Hinkes

“STO” was coined to distinguish a compliant token offering from ICOs, but the term fails to capture all the types of security tokens.