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    Telegram to SEC: Liar, liar, pants on fire!

    The maker of the TON blockchain’s whiny response to the agency’s lawsuit stopping a $1.7 billion token sale is the latest example of the industry’s willingness to fight the Securities and Exchange Commission

    The Securities and Exchange Commission doesn’t understand cryptocurrencies, is unfair, and is out of touch with what its own commissioners are saying in public.

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    SEC gives Telegram TON of trouble

    U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission lawsuit will delay the Gram cryptocurrency sale scheduled for October 31

    In the wake of a lawsuit by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, messaging service Telegram told backers that it would likely postpone the public launch of its Gram token.

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    SEC finally approves cryptocurrency offering, green-lighting Blockstack token offering

    The distributed web platform developer can sell up to $50 million worth of tokens to the public

    The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has finally given a blockchain company the O.K. to sell tokens directly to investors—sort of. The SEC on Wednesday approved blockchain startup Blockstack’s application to raise money  via a token offering, the first time it has allowed this type of fundraising in the cryptocurrency industry, according to the Wall Street Journal. The SEC has sued and fined several companies for initial coin offerings (ICO) that the agency said violated securities law. The action “is a massive step towards the much-needed clarity for the US crypto space,” according to social trading platform eToro’s senior market analyst, Mati Greenspan. “This could be considered the first regulated…