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ICOs are Taking Advantages of Retail Investors says Nasdaq CEO

Nasdaq CEO Adena Friedman says ICOs are Taking Advantages of Retail Investors According to CEO of Nasdaq, Initial Coin Offerings has brought billions of dollars this year and mostly from the retail investors. The process presents those investors to severe risks. Adena Friedman at  the Future of Fintech conference in …

John McAfee will No Longer Promote ICOs, Because of ‘SEC Threats’

Cyber-security Tycoon John McAfee won’t Promote ICOs Anymore, Cites ‘SEC Threats.’ The Cybersecurity tycoon-turned-digital currency backer, Mr. John McAfee, stated on Tuesday that he will end his work on Initial Coin Offering (ICOs). In a tweet, John McAfee referred ‘SEC Threat’ when explaining that he would stop working on the token …

A Brief Guide to Funding in ICOs

Several startups boosted around $5.6 billion via ICOs during 2017, as mentioned in a report published by Business Insider. In the year 2017, various projects and startups raised capitals by issuing their cryptocurrencies. Although, initially the cumulative market capitalization of crypto values was $254 billion, an increase of $600 billion …

A Village in Japan is Planning their own ICO

A Japanese Village is Launching the Country’s first ICO on the Municipal level A small Japanese village is shifting to digital currencies in an attempt to bolster its economy. Nishiawakura, a village of roughly 1,500 people in the Okayama prefecture in Japan, unveiled its plan last week to start a …

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Moscow Stock Exchange to Publish Information Regarding ICO

Moscow Exchange Is Planning To Share Information About Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) The Moscow Exchange (MOEX) is arranging to allotment majority of the data over initial coin offerings (ICOs), CEO Alexander Afanasiev let Reuters. The exchange at present is creating a platform to distributed token sale data, and is preparing …

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“Decentralized Cloud” Company Dfinity To Close Its Biggest Airdrop Soon

The Registration Period Of Largest Airdrop Ever Will Come To A Close The enrollment time for what one startup claims to be the biggest airdrop ever will arrive at its end soon. “Decentralized cloud” agency Dfinity published its token distribution plans last week, and, revealed in an explanation that it …

Korean National Assembly to Lift Official Ban on ICOs

Korean National Assembly Proposed to remove the Ban on ICOs South Korea’s National Assembly, the parliamentary arm of government, is trying to remove country’s ban on domestic initial coin offerings (ICOs). Financial Service Commission of Korea stopped ICOs in the month of September 2017 saying they are over-speculative and establish …

SEC Charges ICO Founder for False Statement

SEC Charges an ICO Founder for Providing Fake Statements The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has fees on a company and its president with securities fraud in connection with efforts to raise funding via an initial coin offering (ICO). Michael Stollery, (a.k.a) Michael Stollaire, has been charged along with …

Two Russian Institutions Set to Test Regulatory Platform that makes Domestic ICOs

Russian Institutions to Test a more transparent and secure domestic ICO Platform for Traditional Investors On Thursday, Russia’s National Settlement Depository (NSD) declared that it is working with Sberbank CIB, the bank’s corporate and investment banking arm, to examine an ICO issuance platform started by the Bank of Russia the …

Tokens Still being Purchased Despite the Ban by Central Bank of China

In spite of the Ban by Central Bank, Tokens still Purchased: Reveals China State TV China’s highest-level government mouthpiece, China Central Television (CCTV),  has hit out at domestic initial coin offerings (ICOs) that it says are still “excessive,” even though there was a 2017 ban. During its “Financial News” program …