Telegram Responds to SEC: Gram Tokens Are Not Securities
Telegram is pushing back against the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
Micree Zhan, the ousted co-founder of Bitmain, has filed another lawsuit in his fight to regain control of the bitcoin mining giant – this time in China.
A new organization composed of TON developers and investors has filed an amicus brief supporting Telegram in its fight against the SEC.
A judge granted Justin Sun’s motion to compel arbitration in a lawsuit alleging wrongful termination and workplace harassment at the Tron Foundation.
The SEC produced evidence that Telegram kept selling tokens after its ICO, undermining the firm's argument that the sale was exempt from registration.
A backer of Telegram's blockchain project asked Circle's Poloniex exchange to list the gram token before the SEC halted issuance, court papers show.