The Blockchain Association and the Chamber of Digital Commerce, two Washington, D.C. based-advocacy groups focused on blockchain and digital assets, filed amicus briefs Tuesday in the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission's case against messaging app Telegram.
Winklevoss-owned Gemini Trust Company has launched its own in-house insurance unit to protect client’s funds against loss.
The Securities and Exchange Commission issued an alert Tuesday, urging investors to proceed with caution before investing in IEOs through online trading platforms—which often tout themselves as exchanges—especially when those platforms are located overseas.
Telegram’s victory in court over the Securities and Exchange Commission Monday wasn’t much of a victory. In fact, it could prove to be the undoing of its planned Telegram Open Network blockchain platform and gram cryptocurrency. The simultaneous announcement that it won't integrate gram payments into its Telegram Messenger platform signals a recognition that its fight to keep the $1.7 billion in gram tokens it sold in 2018 from being declared a security is faltering.