Analysts make a slew of wild predictions as Bitcoin continues its moon mission in this week’s Bad Crypto podcast
Texan regulators filed charges against 15 illicit investment platforms advertising false crypto, forex, and binary options investments, as per a Texas State Securities Board (TSSB) release shared with CryptoSlate.
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The letter states the regulatory agency “will not recommend enforcement action” against a platform issuing a digital currency capable of being converted to fiat.
The settlement with the SEC came after the three were charged in September for their participation in “unregistered and fraudulent” ICOs.
The outgoing SEC director first joined the agency in 2017.
Firms could potentially become federally chartered banks allowed to provide crypto custody services by converting their business charters.
The Australian is facing six charges that carry penalties of between 2-10 years in prison.
On-chain analysis and security company Chainalysis announced the launch of its “asset realization program” to help government agencies and insolvency practitioners handle, store, realize, and monitor seized assets, as per a release earlier this week.
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“At that point in time we will make the decision as to whether or not we go forward with the digital euro.”
A US lawmaker famous among crypto circles for his forward-thinking stance on the addition of digital currencies in the broader economy was “blasted” by regulators on Wednesday for focusing “too much” on the niche market, as per a press release.
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