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The Canadian firm’s ICO for its Kin tokens comes to its unlucky end.
Participants of a $5.6 million token sale did not expect a return on investment, the NAC Foundation argued.
The Department of Justice made headlines in crypto and elsewhere, leading a week of law enforcement locking down around the world.
Nobody who believes in crypto wants it to be a sector beholden to criminality or poor commitment to security.
The current DeFi ecosystem’s trajectory is reminiscent of the ICO boom.
The cybersecurity millionaire and former presidential candidate sees new additions to his legal woes.
SEC v. Kik doesn’t have to be game-over for Kik or SAFTs. In fact, the decision is perhaps more favorable than the SEC v. Telegram order.
Decentralized finance clearly has the potential to change the world, but most of what carries that moniker today is not at all truly DeFi.
A judge has ruled that the $100 million ICO conducted by the Canadian messaging platform Kik in 2017 violated federal securities laws.
“I am handing over the public-listed company’s business to the new directors and I will concentrate on cryptocurrencies,” said the 65-year-old.
This project is continuing to build momentum three years after their token sale.
SoluTech, which violated securities laws and misrepresented its revenue during the token sale, now must destroy all its tokens.
A big day for crypto legislation in the United States.
Cameron Winklevoss and Tone Vays disagree on the quality of the DeFi space within the context of previous blockchain booms and busts.
The payments processor facilitated millions of dollars of PlexCoin investments before shuttering accounts in September 2017.
DeFi is almost certainly the future, but that future may not be today.
Another remnant of 2017 gets hit by regulation.
Widespread crypto adoption by enterprises has the potential to become a self-perpetuating mechanism for public blockchains, creating bigger, stronger networks.