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U.S. SEC proposes amendments to securities issue exemption rules involving token issuance

The United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has voted to propose a set of rule changes to streamline and refine the "patchwork" rules used to waive securities issuance. Source: Pixabay The proposed rule changes aim to improve the existing "complex and chaotic" framework and make it easier for companies to launch products that still […]

Interpretation of SEC Commissioner Hester Peirce's "Token Safe Harbor Proposal" (with translation of the proposal)

Source of this article: Block Technology Research and Supervision (id: BlockchainDirect) Author: Financial Technology Research Center, Tsinghua University Block Chaining On February 6, 2020, Hester Peirce, a member of the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (hereinafter referred to as the SEC), presented at the International Blockchain Conference in Chicago entitled "Blank Operations: A Proposal […]

The court acquiesced that Gram tokens are securities? Telegram's fight against regulation is coming to an end

Original: Forbes , Author: Andrea Tinianow Source: Blockchain Outpost , Translation: Luo Yuanhang Introduction: In the event that the parties to the sale of digital assets have not been accused of fraud, the federal court for the first time provides the parties with the opportunity to consider whether the digital assets under which the purchase […]

SEC Commissioner Hester Peirce details ideas for "safe harbor" proposal and seeks feedback

US SEC Commissioner Hester Peirce proposed earlier this month the idea of ​​a "safe harbor" proposal that provides a three-year grace period for legitimate crypto projects. On Tuesday, she wrote in Coindesk, a crypto media, detailing her ideas and seeking industry feedback. She believes that Safe Harbor aims to balance the goal of protecting token […]

Flexible policies can encourage innovation, an interview with Hester Peirce, a "crypto old godmother"

This article from Forbes , the original author: Jason Brett Odaily Planet Daily Translator | Moni Last Thursday (February 6), Hester Peirce, a Commissioner of the United States Securities and Exchange Commission and affectionately known as the "crypto godmother" by the crypto community, published an article entitled "Blank Operation: Filling Regulation and Deregulation" at the […]

SEC says Telegram's Gram tokens are less valuable than donuts

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) filed a memorandum with the Southern District Court of New York stating that Gram tokens that Telegram plans to issue have no intrinsic value. The SEC stated in the public document that "Telegram attempts to classify Gram tokens as 'commodities'. But Gram is not a commodity. Unlike gold, […]

Grayscale Bitcoin Trust successfully registered with the SEC, institutions running into the market?

Original: Source: Planet Daily Translator: Qin Xiaofeng On January 21, 2020, the Grayscale Bitcoin Trust was successfully registered with the SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission) and became the first cryptocurrency investment tool to report to the SEC. "Grayscale Bitcoin Trust" is a product of the US-based crypto asset management company Grayscale Investments. The company […]

U.S. SEC compliance office's 2020 inspection focus includes digital assets

The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Compliance Inspection Office (OCIE) announced on Tuesday the focus of 2020, including fintech and innovation including digital assets. According to the news published on the SEC's official website, OCIE issues inspections every year to increase the transparency of its inspection process and provide its awareness of risks, including […]

Industry still wait-and-see on SEC's proposal to expand "qualified investor" scope

The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) issued a proposal two weeks ago to expand the scope of becoming a qualified investor, but industry insiders are cautiously optimistic. According to information from the SEC, qualified investors are defined as individuals with net assets of more than $ 1 million (or annual income of more than […]

Former SEC officials look at China's central bank digital currency: 2020

Interchain pulse compilation 丨 Yaqi Katherine Wu is the founder of Messari, a blockchain company in the United States, and the fund manager of the blockchain investment fund NotificCapital. Katherine Wu, who currently lives in California, grew up in Kunming, Yunnan and Hong Kong, and is fluent in English, Mandarin and Cantonese. She has graduated […]