U.S. SEC accuses Opporty and its founders of fraudulent ICO

According to FinanceFeeds, the U.S. SEC has filed a lawsuit against blockchain market company Opporty International, Inc (Opporty) and its founder Sergii "Sergey" Grybniak, alleging fraudulent ICOs against unregistered digital asset securities. The SEC alleges that Grybniak and Opporty raised about $ 600,000 from nearly 200 investors, and called Opporty's unregistered digital asset securities as "OPP tokens" for ICOs. Grybniak and Opporty allegedly issued a large number of false and misleading statements to investors, including exaggerating the number of actual and potential users of its business platform, and falsely stated that ICOs were "regulated by the US SEC" and had "SEC compliance "And" SEC Registration "features.