In the rapidly-evolving world of cryptocurrency, the SEC and CFTC are belatedly ramping up their efforts in fulfillment of their appointed duties.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is charging cryptocurrency banking firm AriseBank over alleged fraud and violations of securities rules.
Two U.S. financial regulators are increasing their commitment to bringing closer scrutiny to the cryptocurrency industry, according to their chiefs.
An SEC letter states there are "significant investor protection issues" to be examined before opening up crypto-ETFs to retail investors.
The SEC's recent Munchee order offers a significant insight into its views of how to analyze ICOs under securities laws, says Katherine Cooper.
FINRA, a self-regulatory authority for the financial industry in the U.S., has issued a new warning about cryptocurrency-related stock fraud.
This ICO insider sees the market's hot streak continuing into the new year – even though, there are some potential pitfalls along the way.
U.S. and Canadian authorities appear determined to make an example of an ICO believed to have raised $15 million.
The SEC's chief accountant is taking distributed ledger technology seriously, exhorting other accountants to do the same.
The SAFT framework, despite its limitations, is a reasonable path forward for token issuers given the ambiguity of current laws, writes Jerry Brito.…