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The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has delayed the approval of what many expected to become the first Bitcoin ETF to operate on a major stock market.
In its ebook of impending economic doom-and-gloom, Financial Stability Oversight Council features Bitcoin as an emerging threat.
The SEC’s inefficient approval process of new ETFs has been criticized by a large group of financial experts and firms over the years.
Overstock.com, Inc., a major US online retailer, plans to publicly offer digital securities to be recorded to a distributed blockchain ledger.
SEC has ceased a US$32 million cryptocurrency investment scam created by Steve Chen, who misled hundreds of investors to raise millions of dollars
The first Bitcoin block in support of Bitcoin XT has been mined by Slush Pool; the bitcoin price has plunged over 13% and more top stories for August 19.
US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the Internal Revenue Service, FinCEN, Department of Homeland Security, and other government agencies have officially launched multiple investigations into Cryptsy
New U.S. SEC Regulation A+ rules regarding equity crowdfunding coming to effect at the end of May 2015 are set to open the gates for crypto-equity and small business crowdfunding, no investor accreditation necessary.
A quick scan of any popular cryptocurrency forum will reveal numerous announcements for crowdfunding campaigns intended to support the launch of a new altcoin or decentralized application.
Xapo has moved its corporate headquarters from California to Switzerland, former Circle board member, Iftikar Ahmed, is being sued by the US Securities and Exchange Commission and more news
Five years into the Bitcoin phenomenon and the US Securities and Exchange Commission has given its verdict on the digital currency: No dice. The SEC issued a warning on Wednesday to potential bitcoin investors.
With US Senate hearings set for November 18 and 19, a subcommittee has released answers into questions it submitted back in August regarding virtual currencies.
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Payment processor Square has filed for an IPO to list its stock on the New York Stock Exchange.
Online retailer Overstock has filed for permission to issue US$500m in stocks using distributed blockchain technology.
Sand Hill Exchange, a venture allowing investors to bet against unlisted tech startups using the blockchain, has been fined US$20,000 by the US Securities and Exchanges Commission (SEC).
Even the contact information listed for MasterCard in their annual SEC report seems old-fashioned.
Brothers Winklevoss have announced their plan to turn Bitcoin’s investment reputation around.
Overstock has officially issued stock market shares through Bitcoin’s Blockchain technology and are quickly expanding the market share.
Both the DOJ and the SEC have told a US Senate committee hearing that Bitcoin represents a legitimate financial instrument, delighting investors and speculators at the idea of wider acceptance from the mainstream.
Reuters reported Monday that Ethan Burnside, owner of BTC Trading Corp., was fined more than US$68,000 by the US Securities Exchange Commission as part of an agreement “to resolve claims that he did not register the exchanges.”
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