CoinDesk Victim of Hoax in Which Fake Kik CEO Claimed to Quit
This article has been updated to rectify inaccuracies in our original reporting.
Tel Aviv is a hotspot for crypto development. ZenGo CEO Ouriel Ohayon puts us on the ground there.
Kik has hit a brick wall with its ambitious "void for vagueness" defense in a case brought by the SEC over its $100 million initial coin offering.
Kik is hoping to go to trial in the ongoing legal fight with the SEC over its 2017 kin token sale.
Kik wants to depose top SEC officials, and expose that they were making it up as they went. But the SEC is having none of it.
Kik has sold its messaging business to a holding company called MediaLab but plans to continue enabling Kin on the platform
The SEC's complaint against Kik, after it raised $100 million in an ICO, seemed pretty brutal, but not so fast, we're only hearing one side of the story. Watch more here as three lawyers discuss the case, its merits and its potential impacts for the crypto industry as a whole.