US SEC launches search blockchain data service to help "monitor risk"

On July 6, the SEC official website showed that the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) intends to purchase commercially available (COTS) enterprise-level data subscriptions for blockchain ledger data to support its monitoring of risks and improve compliance. Provide information on the digital assets to the committee's policies. Based on the quotation request, the US Securities and Exchange Commission is interested in Bitcoin and Ethereum blockchains and other major public chain data. The US Securities and Exchange Commission wants to get more information about the sector, and some media analysts say the matter could be a bullish signal. A recent study by International Data Corporation also showed that government spending on blockchain technology will increase significantly in the coming years.