The Financial Commission is an independent self-regulatory organization and external dispute resolution (EDR) body, that is dedicated specifically to forex.
Arwen Smit is the Co-founder and CMO of DOVU, a blockchain-powered market for transport data.
Smit co-founded DOVU after working as entrepreneur-in-residence at InMotion, the accelerator of Jaguar Land Rover. Active in the technology scene in Europe,
Afterschool will be launching its initial coin offering (ICO) on September 26 to internationalize the product and to decentralize the marketplace. Funds raised for this ICO will be directed for the company’s expansion in key countries in Southeast Asia.
Afterschool, a Dubai-based,
The Securities and Exchange Commission of Thailand (SEC Thailand) has issued a new statement on initial coin offerings (ICO), advising that some digital assets may be subject to securities laws.
The Thai regulator said that since the digital tokens can diverge widely in design and representation,
The Dubai Financial Services Authority (DFSA) has issued a warning on initial coin offerings (ICO). The move follows similar warnings issued by global financial regulators, which include agencies from China, Singapore, Canada, Malaysia and the US, among others.
The DFSA warned the public that some types of offerings should be regarded as high-risk investments.
The Securities Commission of Malaysia (SC), the regulatory authority that oversees and enforces financial regulation in the country, has issued a warning on the potential risk of initial coin offerings (ICO).
The regulator noted that while all ICO operators seek to raise funds from investors,
Hong Kong’s Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) has issued a statement on existing regulations which could be applicable to initial coin offerings (ICO). The SFC states that digital tokens that comprise securities are subject to the securities laws of Hong Kong.
The initial coin offering (ICO) market was thrown into flux Monday with the stunning announcement from China that ICOs were now banned in that country. Combined with the added scrutiny and paperwork being required by the US Securities and Exchange Commission and its Canadian counterparts,
The People’s Bank of China (PBoC), the country’s central bank, has banned individuals and organizations from raising funds through initial coin offerings (ICO). The central bank said that ICOs are illegal and have asked all related fund-raising activity to be halted immediately.
A Chinese news service is reporting that China’s regulators have met to discuss growing concerns about the initial coin offering (ICO) market.
China’s regulators have been scrutinizing cryptocurrency and its exchanges since late last year, increasing the pressure in early January by limiting withdrawals at the exchanges and raiding several businesses to make sure they were complying with money-laundering rules.