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Crypto's Plunge is Now Worse Than the Dot-Com Crash
With apologies to Shakespeare: We come here neither to bury cryptocurrencies, nor to praise them, but to just be brutally honest about how things fare right now with our beloved digital coins. Alas, things do not fare well at the moment my friends, countrymen and Romans (if you happen to be Roman). We already mentioned how last week was a
A New York Judge Just Opened the Door For the SEC to Regulate ICOs
A federal judge in New York just gave the Securities and Exchange Commission a potentially big victory, ruling that initial coin offerings can be regulated by U.S. securities laws. U.S. District Judge Raymond Dearie in Brooklyn, New York ruled "that the government can proceed with a case alleging that an initial coin offering is a security for purposes of federal
SEC Rejects Nine Proposals for Bitcoin ETFs
Bitcoin investors were dealt a one-two punch across two different continents over the past week: After the Chinese government announced that it will now ban internet access to more than 100 overseas crypto exchanges in its country, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission rejected nine proposed Bitcoin ETFs from ProShares, GraniteShares and Direxion, citing concerns that they could be vulnerable