Blockchain Firm Settles With SEC Over Unregistered $6.3 Million SAFT
A healthcare-focused blockchain firm has settled with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission over its 2017-2018 SAFT offering.
"Crypto Mom" took no prisoners in her fiery rebuke of the SEC's Telegram action.
Marco Santori, who helped write the SAFT framework, is leaving Blockchain.com to helm Kraken's expanding legal team.
Wireline is now barred from distributing the tokens it promised investors in its 2018 SAFT sale.
Hedera Hashgraph, the company behind the blockchain-like Hedera network, is asking investors to wait longer for tokens they paid for, in order to stabilize their cratering price.
NuCypher has raised $10.7 million in a SAFT with Polychain, Bitmain and others. It's also launched the testnet for its suite of encryption services.