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BlockFi Gets Another Extension From NJ Regulators on New Interest Accounts Ban
An order prohibiting the crypto lender from creating new interest-bearing accounts has now been postponed for the third time to Dec. 1.
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Celsius CEO Eager to ‘Educate’ Securities Regulators in Brewing Legal Fight
In an AMA Friday, Celsius CEO Alex Mashinsky said the crypto lender was ready to work with regulators.
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New Jersey Piles On: Crypto Lender Celsius Hit With 2 Securities Actions in 1 Day
The Garden State is joining Texas in taking Celsius to task.
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BlockFi Gets More Time From NJ Regulators Before New Interest Accounts Are Banned
An order by the New Jersey Bureau of Securities had already been delayed once.
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NJ Regulators Give BlockFi 1 Week Before Blocking New Interest Accounts
The state’s securities regulator contends BlockFi is selling an “unregistered security” to its customers.
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BlockFi Receives Cease and Desist Order From New Jersey Attorney General
BlockFi CEO Zac Prince said his platform remains "fully operational" for its existing client base in New Jersey.
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SEC Charges 3 More in $30M ICO Fraud Case
The new charges come 18 months after the SEC first brought charges against ex-con Boaz Manor and his business associate, Edith Pardo.
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New Jersey Crime Watchdog Says Crypto ATMs Need More Regulation
State regulation of crypto ATMs is poor and federal laws aren't much better, the commission said in a report.
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New Jersey Moves Closer to Crypto License With Introduction of Senate Bill
New Jersey has inched closer to implementing its own "BitLicense."
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New Jersey Man Accused of Paying $20K in Bitcoin to Have Sex Crimes Victim Killed
A New Jersey sex offender is now accused of paying a hitman in bitcoin to murder his 14-year-old victim.
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