Alleged Shopin ICO Fraudster Pays $450K Fine in Ether
Eran Eyal, who raised $42 million in an allegedly fraudulent initial coin offering, settled charges with the SEC and paid a $450,000 fine in ether.
Chris Larsen said China's "itching" to be the one that designs the next financial system, and that the U.S. is "woefully behind."
As a registered broker-dealer, Watchdog Capital said it is in a position to offer a whole host of SEC-exempted offerings for security tokens.
Institutional bitcoin investors are looking at "how else they can diversify within the asset class," said Michael Sonnenshein.
"Crypto Mom" took no prisoners in her fiery rebuke of the SEC's Telegram action.
Kik's proverbial day in court may take a lot longer than Telegram's, if the judge’s response to the SEC during a hearing this week is any indication.