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The U.S. SEC has charged Boaz Manor and his associates with raising over $30 million through a fraudulent ICO
Telegram launched its token sale because it was “short on cash” to pay for servers, the SEC said.
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The SEC has charged Blockchain Terminal founder Boaz Manor with securities fraud for a $30 million ICO conducted in 2017 and 2018.