Category: ICO

US: ICO Market Is Example Of Unregulated Securities Market, Says SEC Commissioner

The US SEC commissioner said the agency’s priority in crypto markets is consumer protection. US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Commissioner Robert Jackson highlighted consumer protection regarding Initial Coin Offerings (ICO) in an interview on CNBC today, April 30. When asked about cryptocurrencies and ICOs, Jackson said that he hasn’t yet seen an ICO that

We Can’t All be a Happy Whale, or Can We?

Written by Louie Procopio Investing in Blockchain Startups via Initial Coin Offerings was once a game we all could play together. It was a medium of inclusion and opportunity to almost anyone with access to the internet and a few bucks to invest with. There wasn’t a hundred new ICOs popping up every day, and

Artchain Review: Building Blockchain Architecture for the Art World

Written by Roger Ryan “Artchain global endeavours to build an autonomous blockchain underlying architecture and a trading platform for the art industry and the economy as a whole.” No small feat then for Kay Sprague and her well-esteemed team. The aim of this dynamic project is to highly liquidise a notoriously illiquid market and, although

Win your Forever Dreams – none too fantastical…

Eternal Trusts is a blockchain platform for deferred purchases of future technologies. We are the first platform that is stating “All your dreams are achievable!”. And today we are launching a unique campaign we are paying ETT tokens when you share your dreams with us! Each participant of the survey can get 3000 tokens for

Integrating Social Media with the Real World

Fuelled by the ever-increasing number of social media users and their active online behaviour, one innovative project, UHIVE, is introducing a new social experience and taking it to new heights. Over the past year, user behaviour on social media has changed with people online sharing user-generated content and enjoying other features such as games. However,

CoinJanitor Set to Launch ICO on May 1st

CoinJanitor is a unique project in the blockchain space that aims to clean up the bottom of the cryptocurrency market and unlock the value currently trapped there. It uses a methodology built on economic principles to restore lost value to the markets, benefitting contributors, top-ranked cryptocurrency holders, creators of dead coins and dead coin holders

US Crypto Lawyer David Silver On Why He’s To Thank For Industry’s Increased Gov’t Scrutiny

The lawyer responsible for at least eight major crypto-related lawsuits speaks to Cointelegraph about what sparked him on his crypto class action craze Silver Miller law firm seems to be involved in almost every crypto-related lawsuit out there today, representing aggrieved users who have allegedly lost money to crypto industry giants Coinbase, Cryptsy, Nano, Kraken,

US: SEC Official Says ICO Regulation Should Be ‘Balanced’, Congressman Suggests Ban

An SEC official said that the approach to ICO regulation should be “balanced” at a committee hearing of the US Financial Services Committee. In a hearing at the US House of Representatives on Thursday, April 26, a regulator from the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and House Financial Services Committee members hotly disagreed over

Dow Jones Media Group And Brave Blockchain Platform To Test ‘Consent-Based Ads’

A partnership between the Dow Jones Media Group and Blockchain project Brave browser will test how to cut out middlemen in online advertising The Dow Jones Media Group and the Blockchain-powered privacy-oriented web browser Brave have formed a partnership to test Blockchain technology in digital advertising, according to a press release published yesterday, April 18.

The Virtual Merger

by Dominique Michael Bellemans and Bob Reno Once upon a time, the Virtual Merger used to be disrespectfully recommended by wise men with expensive suits and by reputable experts that charged astronomical hourly fees as a second-hand, half-baked alternative when a “true” merger could not take place. For example, because of poor economic conditions, lack