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Kik CEO vows to fight SEC over cryptocurrency KIN

Samson Ononeme | Sep. 26, 2019
After shutting down Kik, the company's CEO has vowed to continue its fight with the U.S. SEC over its cryptocurrency kIN.
Chinese police reportedly raided ICO startup company GXChain on 11th September and arrested few executives of the company. Is GXChain a scam startup?
SEC Overstock ICO investigation since 2018 is still in the dark, says the company’s new interim CEO.
SEC fines ICORating for misleading ICO reviews
Amandeep Sonewane | Aug. 21, 2019
The United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has reached a $269,000 settlement with an ICO rating firm for biased ICO reviews.
the Bureau of Securities in New Jersey has issued two orders, media outlets described as “emergency”, to stop both, Zoptax and Unocall, from proceeding
SEC sues KIN Coin ICO
Maya Mandzikasvili | Jun. 5, 2019
Securities and Exchange Commission SEC has filed a complaint to the court of Southern District of New York on messenger app maker Kik for it's ICO.
ASIC releases ICO licensing guidelines
Samson Ononeme | May. 30, 2019
The Australian watchdog ASIC releases ICO licensing guidelines on Thursday to clarify their classification and legality. What are the guidelines?
Cryptopia's third-party vendor Arizona demands from New Zealand exchange $2 million for the accounting data they have.
The Malta AI & Blockchain Summit – Spring 2019 that just ended the last week, came just on time to assure the future is Blockchain, and that artificial int
Samsung considers using cryptocurrency payment
Samson Ononeme | May. 27, 2019
Samsung considers using cryptocurrency payment. However, the latest report made no mention of what cryptocurrencies Samsung Pay could support.
Telegram token launches Q3 2019
Samson Ononeme | May. 24, 2019
According to an insider source, Telegram token launches Q3 2019 on a number of established crypto trading platforms such as Binance, Huobi, and OKEx.
Telecom giant AT&T accepts Bitcoin payments
Maya Mandz | May. 24, 2019
The US Telecom giant AT&T has recently enabled its customers to pay their bills in the form of crypto through Bitpay a bitcoin payment service provider.