Lisa Bragança former U S Securities and Exchange Commission SEC Enforcement Branch chief and Bragança Law owner discusses the regulatory implications of reality TV star Kim Kardashian paying a 1 26 million fine to the SEC for promoting the cryptocurrency Ethereum Max without disclosing payment This was a gift to the SEC and Chairman Gensler [...]
The Securities and Exchange Commission announced charges against the Hydrogen Technology Corporation and its former CEO Michael Ross Kane for allegedly creating a manipulated market for its crypto asset securities called “Hydro.” CoinDesk Global Policy & Regulation Managing Editor Nikhilesh De breaks down the charges and what this means for crypto regulation.
Should the Ethereum network be subject to U.S. securities law? That question is at the heart of an SEC case against crypto promoter Ian Balina. Blockchain Foundation’s Executive Director Cleve Mesidor discusses the lawsuit and what it could mean for Ethereum. Plus, a debate on crypto’s risks and opportunities.
MicroStrategy (MSTR) bought 301 bitcoins (BTC) between Aug. 2 and Sept. 19 for about $6 million, according to a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. The recent purchases increased the company’s total bitcoin holdings to almost 130,000. “The Hash” panel breaks down the investment.
In a response to a question from Senator Cortez Masto (D-Nev.), SEC Chair Gary Gensler explains his approach to regulating cryptocurrency exchanges and addresses concerns surrounding crypto’s role in money laundering.
Bloomberg reports the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is probing crypto exchange Coinbase on claims that it allowed U.S. persons to trade unregistered securities. CoinDesk Global Policy and Regulation Deputy Managing Editor Jesse Hamilton discusses the regulatory implications and the latest on U.S. stablecoin legislation.
Following a former Coinbase employee being arrested over allegations of insider trading, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) formally declared nine digital tokens as “securities,” continuing its practice of defining its crypto oversight through enforcement actions.
Grayscale Investments is filing a lawsuit against the U S Securities and Exchange Commission SEC after the regulatory agency rejected its application to convert its Grayscale Bitcoin Trust product to a bitcoin spot ETF The Hash group discusses GBTC s importance for investors in the crypto market and the approval of bitcoin spot ET Fs [...]
Craig Salm of Grayscale Investments explains why the firm is seeking legal action against the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission following the rejection of their bitcoin spot ETF application. Salm discusses the benefits a BTC spot ETF product can provide to investors and what makes it different from a futures ETF.