The Securities and Exchange Commission filed additional fraud charges against a third co-founder of Central Tech’s $32 million initial coin offering, which had been endorsed by boxing champion Floyd Mayweather and music producer DJ Khaled.
The Texas State Securities Board (TSSB) published a report on April 10 based on afour-week investigation concerning cryptocurrency fraud in which 32 illegal schemes were discovered. The probe was conducted owing to the upswing in the cryptocurrency investment opportunities flogged to Texans.
Yi-Ting Cheng, a 35-year-old Taiwanese businesswoman and cryptocurrency investor, has announced that she will be in the running for the office of Mayor of Taipei, Taiwan’s capital city. As she takes her first step into local politics, she believes that the position will enable her to serve the residents of Taipei.
The Vietnamese market is under the eye of the government as of late due to a scam which saw a reported VND 150 trillion ($650 million) stolen from local Vietnamese investors on April 8, 2018. Rallying All the Ministries Around New Crypto Regulation The Vietnamese firm responsible had its office raided in Ho Chi Minh.
After BTCManager attended the one-day Zero-In conference in the Netherlands on April 19, 2018, it became clear that Amsterdam is working hard to attract the finest fintech minds to the city. After a series of panels ranging from commentary on the GDPR regulation set to pass in May 2018 to the monetization of users’.
Although initial coin offerings (ICOs) are seen as a legitimate means of raising capital, there are no clear legal and technical controls. Initial Loan Procurements (ILP), are, however, an alternative to the risky ICO model.
Today, April 20th, EU Parliament voted in a December agreement by 574 votes to 13 votes (with 60 abstentions), which proposed tighter regulation for digital currencies in attempts to prevent the coins from being used for money laundering and terrorism financing..
In contrasting reports, South Korea cut down on the import of mining chips citing possible energy hazards for the economy; while Taiwan showed how the export of mining chips could be beneficial to the economy.
There’s nothing that sends shock waves through the crypto markets like the prospect of regulation. And there’s also nothing so hard to establish on a global scale. After all, how can you regulate so
After months of heightened FUD in the entire crypto ecosystem, the market is gradually picking up speed as a vast array of nations has started creating proper regulatory frameworks for the blockchain-based digital assets industry.