San Marino, the tiny enclave in North Italy is the latest country committing to blockchain innovation.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and Action Fraud today sent a warning to the public to be wary of investment scams.
In a document published by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the financial regulator announced it postponed its decision on the Bitwise exchange-traded fund (ETF)
Last night, Facebook announced it is reversing its June 2018 decision to ban cryptocurrency-related ads from its platform.
Swiss company Timeless Luxury Group, which specializes in luxury holiday villas, resorts, has announced its taking a new approach to regulation for its recently launched digital security offering (or DSO).
The London Stock Exchange has issued its first-ever shares in tokenised form on the platform. Equity in financial technology company 20|30 was issued using the blockchain technology.
The Securities and Exchange Commission today charged Gladius Network LLC with conducting an unregistered initial coin offering, which the company self-reported to the SEC – avoiding a fine in the process by returning the cash it raised to investors.
The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has given further guidance on security laws, the Howey test, and how they will apply regulation to cryptocurrency token sales.
The discussion around cryptocurrency’s future cannot be had without talking about the controls needed to make the asset more secure for investors. In truth, this may be the single biggest challenge to market growth.
Blockchain is booming – in the finance, tech, and even in retail and hospitality sectors. But regulation around blockchain has become something of a black cloud hanging over what previously seemed like a land of milk and honey for businesses and entrepreneurs.
VanEck’s founder and CEO, Jan Van Eck, said that the firm is ready to answer many of the SEC’s questions but in order to make its case “clearly and convincingly to the regulators” it needs the US government to reopen.