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Poly Network breach would be among biggest heists to target cryptocurrency industry
Three years after investors poured $20bn into initial coin offerings, start-ups are revealing what they did with the money
Because what they really need, after all, is a token “safe harbour period”.
US regulator accuses messaging app of violating federal securities law
Ay, ay, a scratch, a scratch.
Steve Wozniak finds himself in Malta with a token offering endorsed by the prime minister himself.
Company accuses US regulator of ‘twisting’ facts over its $100m initial coin offering
Marketing for currency offerings promise investor protections that the assets do not deliver
The Mega Files: Facebook wants to create ‘big, open’ global digital coin
TFW you feel sorry for the third-richest person in the world.
“We ask for consideration in publishing this momentous achievement which will change the complete cryptocurrency landscape for all.”
The “prestigious LGC-Coin cryptocurrency”.
Lawyers scramble to help young companies comply with regulators’ rules
And then to shut up shop, with all the money gone.
Pinch, punch, first of the month.
And the myth of decentralisation.
Latest moves: JPMorgan diaspora, Wells Fargo, Credit Suisse, Goldman
Boxer and rapper were charged for failing to disclose payments for promoting digital currencies