Saturday, December 7, 2019

sec

The SEC Has a New Chief Crypto Cop

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has appointed a new head of the cyber unit that tackles crypto firms breaking the law. Source link...

US SEC Hires In-House Attorney As New Chief Of Cyber Unit

U.S. SEC hires in-house attorney as Chief of the Division of Enforcement’s Cyber Unit Source link

US Lawmakers Want to Brand Libra a Security, Association Disagrees

Will Libra be able to operate in the U.S. if Congress classifies stablecoins as securities? Source link

Judge Preserves SEC Motion to Strike Telegram’s Void for Vagueness Defense

A federal judge has preserved an SEC motion to strike Telegram’s void for vagueness defense in the Gram token sale case Source link

Telegram Founder Pavel Durov to Give Deposition in Gram Token Case

Telegram founder Pavel Durov will give a deposition in January 2020 regarding the firm’s Gram token offering Source link

Telegram Founder Durov Should Testify in SEC Case Over Gram Token:...

Telegram's founder and CEO Pavel Durov, plus two other employees, should be deposed to give testimony in the SEC case over whether the...

Unregistered ICO Issuer Gladius Shuts Down 9 Months After SEC Settlement

Gladius Network plans to shut down nine months after settling charges with the SEC, saying it no longer has the funding to continue...

Gladius Dissolves Ignoring SEC Order to Refund $12.7M ICO

Gladius has ceased all operations without reimbursing its investors as ordered by the SEC Source link

Grayscale Puts Trust to the Test by Pursuing SEC Registration

The world's largest digital asset manager is moving to make its popular Bitcoin trust more attractive to institutional investors Source link

The Case for a Bitcoin ETF

Dave Weisberger of CoinRoutes lays out why he believes that the SEC is wrong to deny a bitcoin ETF. Source link