SEC ‘Safe Harbor’ Proposal Lauded by Token Fans, DeFi Builders at 0x Conference
San Francisco's 0xpo conference offered the perfect venue for pondering the token "Safe Harbor" proposed by SEC Commissioner Hester Peirce.
Hester Peirce's safe harbor proposal would benefit from greater protections for token holders, say two law professors.
Hester Peirce's idea may not be formally considered by the SEC, but it could help refine and define future crypto regulation, say two advisers.
A Beijing lawyer calls on the SEC to consider Hester Peirce's Safe Harbor proposal, which exempts startups from securities law while starting up. Without greater certainty around token sales, the U.S. risks falling behind other jurisdictions in blockchain commerce.
In his first column for CoinDesk, Preston Byrne responds to Hester Peirce's proposal for a token sale safe harbor.
SEC Commissioner Hester Peirce has proposed a new way to regulate token sales. If there are better alternatives, she wants to hear about them.
SEC Commissioner Hester Peirce has unveiled her proposal to create a safe harbor for crypto startups, allowing them three years to build out their networks before having to address federal securities laws.