The Securities and Exchange Commission charged Gladius Network LLC with conducting an unregistered initial coin offering (ICO), even after the company self-reported themselves to the commission. Companies that fund through an ICO must register the coins as securities, the SEC clarified on Wednesday. Gladius will have to offer speculators a refund.
If there were a Rotten Tomatoes-like aggregator for top ICOs, Ternio would probably get a “91%.” They have a top team, third party verification of technology, and the impressive first-ever milestone of 1 million transactions per second. They also have a serious problem convincing us that any of that is true. When Ternio co-founder Daniel Gouldman hired security firm Null Bash to conducted a full audit of Ternio’s team, infrastructure, and code base, it was more than a party trick. Gouldman wanted the toughest outsiders possible to verify that Ternio’s Lexicon architecture could handle one million transactions per second (txns). Ternio is in the pre-sale stages of its ICO, so…