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ICO Misconduct Takes Center Stage in SEC Enforcement Report

Despite the fact that the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has yet to craft a clear regulatory framework for cryptocurrencies, the agency placed a great deal of emphasis on the space this year, particularly on initial coin offerings (ICOs).&...

VanEck and SolidX Unfazed By the SEC’s Latest Bitcoin ETF Delay

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission recently moved to delay their decision over yet another bitcoin exchange traded fund proposal.

Digital Assets Don’t Change Reporting Needs, SEC’s Top Accountant Says

The arrival of cryptos doesn't alter the need to maintain proper accounting records, the SEC's Wesley Bricker said Monday.

Who Needs a Bitcoin ETF? Crypto Scoffs at SEC Rejections

Over the past two days, the narrative on bitcoin exchange traded funds in the United States has felt like a rollercoaster.

What an SEC Bitcoin ETF Rejection Review Really Means

The SEC announced yesterday nine bitcoin ETF disapproval orders are to be stayed until further review but what does that mean exactly?

‘Game Over’ for Bitcoin, Claims Bearish Technical Analyst

If the bitcoin price falls below the important year-to-date support level, the dominant cryptocurrency will suffer irreparable damage in the marketplace. This is the opinion of Renaissance Macro Research, quoted by CNBC on Thursday Aug. 9. Bitcoin May ...

For Wall Street, Bitcoin ETF Decision Could Answer ‘$1 Billion’ Question

CoinDesk talks to Wall Street analysts ahead of a decision that could find regulators approving the first exchange-traded fund for cryptocurrency.

SEC Subpoenas Another Firm Following Claimed Blockchain Pivot

Long Blockchain, which made headlines last year when its stock surged following a blockchain pivot, has been subpoenaed by the SEC in the U.S.

SEC Chief Got Into ‘Heated’ Debate on Crypto

A newly released transcript from an SEC roundtable showcases the passionate discussion around crypto within the agency.

The Real Reason Token Issuers Are Fleeing the US

No, it's not a "race to the bottom." Reputable token issuers seek jurisdictional quality and clarity, and they're not finding it in the U.S.