Browsing the "Initial Coin Offering" Tag

Why the Marshall Islands Is Doing a Pre-Sale for Its National Cryptocurrency

| Christine Kim

Revealed at Invest: Asia, the Republic of the Marshall Islands is launching a token pre-sale for its sovereign cryptocurrency, the SOV.

film, camera

A Wannabe Netflix Raised $575 Million on Ethereum – Then Ditched Crypto

| Leigh Cuen

From yachting with Selena Gomez to doling out TaTaTu tokens to movie stars, one producer's road to Hollywood was paved with ICO excess.

NEO Releases Detailed Financials Ahead of Cryptocurrency Relaunch

| Leigh Cuen

Many of the companies associated with NEO have proven to be a lucrative boon for token cofounders Erik Zhang and Da Hongfei.

SEC Slaps ‘Fraudulent’ ICO Founder With $30K Fine, Lifetime Ban

| Stan Higgins and Nikhilesh De

The SEC has issued a cease-and-desist along with a $30,000 penalty to the founder of a token sale it called "fraudulent."

abacus, math

Overstock’s tZero Wraps Up Months-Long Token Sale

| Nikhilesh De's token platform subsidiary tZero is officially closing its security token offering (STO) Monday night.

Japanese Research Group Calls for ‘Appropriate’ ICO Rules

| Annaliese Milano

A research group led by members of Japan's private and public sectors called for ICO regulation and published its recommendations in a report today.

dutch, bitcoin

Dutch Finance Minister Calls for ICO Regulations

| Leigh Cuen

The finance minister of the Netherlands has called for new regulations around cryptocurrencies and initial coin offerings.

Kodak’s Cryptocurrency Is Already Being Presold

| Stan Higgins

The company licensed by Kodak to use its name in conjunction with a new cryptocurrency has already begun pre-selling it ahead of a public initial…

coins, jar

Crowdfunding Giant Indiegogo Opens to ICOs

| Stan Higgins

Indiegogo is getting into the initial coin offering (ICO) game, seeking to become the "go-to" platform for the emerging market.

gavel, court

Alleged ICO Fraudster Pleads Not Guilty in New York Court

| Stan Higgins

A New York businessman charged with defrauding investors in two initial coin offerings (ICOs) plead not guilty in court last week.