Wednesday, August 21, 2019

ICO

South Korea’s ‘Bit-Island’ Jeju Announces New Blockchain Initiative

Jeju — also known as South Korea’s “Bit-Island” — announces the Blockchain Hub City Development Research Service Source link

This ICO Startup Didn’t Die During Crypto Winter. It Has DAI...

The London-based Monolith just added DAI to its crypto debit card product. But the startup itself has long used DAI to manage its...

What Are the Biggest Alleged Crypto Heists and How Much Was...

Mysterious deaths, royal connections and billions in stolen crypto, here’s how the biggest alleged exit scams line up Source link

Leading Latin America Investment Bank Joins Distributed Ledger Group

Leading Latin America investment bank BTG Pactual joined the organizing committee of the Post-Trade Distributed Ledger Group Source link

US Financial Regulators Reach $7M Settlement Over PlexCorps ICO

The U.S. SEC has reached a $7 million settlement agreement with the issuers behind an allegedly fraudulent ICO Source link

Maryland State Government Participating in Operation Cryptosweep

Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh has announced that his Securities Division is participating in Operation Cryptosweep Source link

New England Firm Settles with SEC Over Allegedly Unregistered $6.3M ICO

SimplyVital Health Inc. has settled charges with the U.S. SEC for conducting an unregistered ICO that raised $6.3 million Source link

US Court Temporarily Freezes $8M in Response to SEC Request Yesterday

U.S. district court has approved of the temporary freeze on $8 million of a New York citizen and two of his entities’ related...

SEC Files Emergency Action Against Organizer of ‘Fraudulent’ $15 Million ICO

The SEC is seeking to freeze the assets of Reggie Middleton, organizer of the $14.8 million Veritaseum (VERI) ICO. Source link

Development ‘On the Chain’ to Promote Off-Chain Blockchain Adoption?

What does the next decade hold for #blockchain? Amid a weakened global economy, cryptocurrencies could be a great portfolio diversifier and more institutions...