Who would have thought crypto investors would be U.S. securities law experts by the end of 2018
— Joseph Young (@iamjosephyoung) December 26, 2018
1. The SEC’s case of the Munchees
2. The “fraudsters” and other low-hanging fruit
3. Hinman’s moment of clarity
— Chris Burniske (@cburniske) December 21, 2018
4. The curious case of Reginald Buddy Ringgold III
This is the critical thing about the Blockvest opinion and drives home the point I've been making: the risk capital test is not U.S. federal law. It's California law. Don't listen to people who tell you the opinion means nothing. It means a lot. https://t.co/gK56kd5Elp
— Gabriel Shapiro (@lex_node) November 28, 2018
5. The SEC opens up its “ICO Office”
6. The quiet war on ICOs goes public
Landmark case today. This is going to happen hundreds and hundreds of times in the next 2-3 years until all the ICOs are gone. pic.twitter.com/MuT515BzeD
— nic carter (@nic__carter) November 16, 2018
Every crypto company that raised funds through a public token sale is currently at risk of being forced to pay back every single dollar to their initial investors.
The level of risk may differ for each company, but it's non-zero for all of them & it still hangs over their heads.
— Jake Chervinsky (@jchervinsky) December 14, 2018