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The tax treatment of cryptocurrencies has been a matter of constant back and forth since their inception. On one end, regulators argue that digital currencies are no different than traditional equity stocks which put them in the same bag as government-approved securities. Conversely, crypto evangelists and lobbyists opine that cryptocurrencies...
According to a Bloomberg report published April 11, 2019, Initial Exchange Offerings (IEOs) have emerged as the preferred way of raising funds for the majority of new startups in the blockchain and crypto space. IEOs Trump ICOs Keen followers of the crypto industry would remember the Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs)...
April 11, 2019 by at Commentary, Finance, News, Regulation
Their chairman described the actions taken by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to resolve unregistered securities offerings in a speech published on April 8, 2019. The document sheds more light on the Commission’s dealings with the crypto industry. From the Chairman It is impossible to trace the history of...
According to a report published by Bloomberg on April 3, 2019, algorithmic hedge funds might be the agents that have caused the price of bitcoin to skyrocket in the past couple of days. Algorithms May Have Caused Potential Price Jump Bitcoin, the premier cryptocurrency which accounts for roughly 50 percent...
An op-ed published on April 2, 2019, by The New York Times, highlights the need for urgent Federal attention of data breaches. Written by Geoffrey Starks, a member of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), the opinion editorial notes how easy it is for corporate giants to collect and sell their...
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