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Kik's Token Survives SEC Battle, No Barrier to Exchange Listings, Says Kin Foundation
The Kin Foundation says both itself and the Kin token have survived the recently resolved court battle with the U.S. SEC over a 2017 ICO.
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Kik Must Pay SEC $5M, Judge Rules, Ending Yearlong Battle Over $100M ICO
Kik will pay $5 million in penalties as part of a proposed settlement with the SEC, which sued the messaging app last year.
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Judge Rules Kik's Token Sale Violated US Securities Law
A federal judge has ruled Kik's 2017, $100 million token sale violated U.S. securities law, and wants to see a proposal for refunds.
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Telegram's Defeat Isn't 'Binding' in Kik Case, Judge Tells SEC
Kik's proverbial day in court may take a lot longer than Telegram's, if the judge’s response to the SEC during a hearing this week is any indication.
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Kin Community Approves Move From Stellar Fork to Solana's Blockchain
Devs, node operators and the Kin Foundation board have approved its move from a fork of the Stellar blockchain to Solana's network.
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Fed Up With Its Fork of Stellar, Kin Is Looking to Move Onto Solana
The Kin Foundation is seeking to move the kin cryptocurrency onto the Solana blockchain, according to a proposal shared with CoinDesk.
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Kin Foundation Publishes First Transparency Report Amid SEC Court Fight
The Kin Foundation is offering a peek under the hood of its operations with a new transparency report published with Messari.
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Judge Approved Blockchain Association’s Brief in Kik Case Despite SEC Objections
U.S. District Judge Alvin Hellerstein allowed the Blockchain Association to file a brief in the SEC v. Kik case a day after the regulator filed an objection to letting the group comment.
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With Kik and Telegram Cases, the SEC Tries to Kill the SAFT
Invented by white shoe New York City law firms, the two-step Simple Agreement for Future Tokens (SAFT) was supposed to keep crypto companies out of trouble. Now, the SEC is coming full bore for startups like Kik and Telegram.
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SEC Opposes Blockchain Association's Brief Supporting Kik, Says Group Isn't 'Neutral'
The SEC says 7 members of the Blockchain Association have financial interests in Kik in its opposition to the group's brief around the case.
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