A federal judge has ruled that a criminal case against an alleged ICO fraudster will proceed to trial, saying existing securities laws apply.
A jury will decide whether tokens issued through two allegedly fraudulent initial coin offerings (ICOs) count as securities.
U.S. prosecutors are planning an "oversized" response to a motion to dismiss in an ongoing – and potentially precedent-setting – ICO fraud…
A New York businessman charged with defrauding investors in two initial coin offerings (ICOs) plead not guilty in court last week.
New charges have been filed against a New York businessman accused in September of defrauding investors through two initial coin offerings (ICOs).
The SEC charged two companies and a businessman with anti-fraud violations after he allegedly launched ICO campaigns backed by nonexistent assets.