Thai SEC To Approve First ICO Portal This Month

ICO News, News, Regulation | November 9, 2018 By:

Rapee Sucharitakul, secretary-general of Thai Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), said that the country’s first initial coin offering (ICO) portal is likely to be certified this month and the first ICO in December.

Under Thailand’s ICO regulatory framework, ICO issuers are mandated to file an application for approval with the SEC before starting a token sale.


Composite Tokens: Accepting Most ICOs As Securities Helps Future Of Blockchain

ICO News, Innovation, Investing, Regulation | November 8, 2018 By:

This year has been a wild and perplexing ride for blockchain enthusiasts. After record highs at the beginning of the year, markets crashed and have stagnated ever since, leaving investors uncertain. The entire token market seems to be holding its collective breath, eagerly waiting for some specifics on the impending government regulations.


Blockchain Firm ChromaWay Secures $15M USD In Private ICO

Blockchain, ICO News, News | October 26, 2018 By:

Blockchain firm ChromaWay has secured $15 million in a private sale of its Chroma token.

Founded in 2014, ChromaWay provides a platform for smart contracts and issuing and transferring assets through a blockchain. It has been working with the Swedish Land Registry and other institutions and financial companies to provide smart contract solutions for the real estate field.


Blockchain Wire, New Press Release Service, Launched By Nasdaq/Marketwire Vets

Announcements, Blockchain, ICO News, News | October 23, 2018 By:

A new press release distribution service created by the founders of Marketwire and GlobeNewswire was announced today, marking the first to be focused exclusively on blockchain, cryptocurrency, distributed ledger, initial coin offerings, security token offerings, and digital assets news.

Blockchain Wire’s global reach includes broadcast and online media outlets,


North Korea Hackers Stole Over a Half-Billion in Cryptocurrency – Report

Crime, ICO News, News | October 21, 2018 By:

North Korean hackers known as Lazarus have stolen more than a half-billion dollars in cryptocurrencies, according to cybersecurity vendor Group-IB.

The firm contends Lazarus was behind 14 hacks on crypto exchanges since January 2017, reaping an estimated $571 million in the raids. The North Korean hacking efforts are a way to raise money in a country that has experienced severe sanctions from the world community on its economic activity,