No, it's not a "race to the bottom." Reputable token issuers seek jurisdictional quality and clarity, and they're not finding it in the U.S.
The SEC and ICO participants must work together to find a reasonable market fix to the current royal mess.
Riot Blockchain has received a subpoena from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
The U.S. government has pushed back against an effort to dismiss the charges in an ongoing initial coin offering (ICO) fraud lawsuit.
The SEC's actions against U.S. ICOs appear to not only be discouraging innovation, they're leaving even experts confused about the state of play.
Like a "Wizard of Oz" character, the digital asset industry has all it needs to succeed. Just be transparent, act responsibly, and stand accountable.
The watchdog has warned the public over a crypto investment platform that is allegedly violating securities laws in the country.
A former Thai official is calling for brining proper regulation on all cryptocurrencies and initial coin offerings in the country.
If you sold tokens to unaccredited investors, or otherwise have not complied with the federal securities laws, make it right before the SEC finds you.
ICO issuers that have raised $50 million or more in token sales are being tightlipped when it comes to inquiries about SEC subpoenas.