U.S. regulators sued a company that raised $1.7 billion through a cryptocurrency offering that became one of the largest such deals ever. The Securities and Exchange Commission on Friday said it obtained
Block.One, a blockchain development company, agreed to a $24 million settlement with the US Securities and Exchange Commission after raising $4 billion in ether during an unregistered initial coin offering
The firm behind blockchain-powered cloud computing service EOS must pay $24 million for violating US securities law with its initial coin offering (ICO). “Block.one did not register its ICO as a securities
A startup behind one of the largest initial coin offerings of the past several years will pay $24 million to resolve a U.S. regulator’s allegations that its deal violated federal investor-protection laws.
• Blockchain startup block.one will settle with the Securities and Exchange Commission for $24 million to resolve allegations of conducting an unregistered initial coin offering.• The company allegedly
Initial coin offering that raised billions of dollars allegedly violated investor-protection laws A startup behind one of the largest initial coin offerings of the past several years will pay $24 million