The full security token trading platform planned by Swiss stock exchange, SIX, will no longer go live in 2019 according to an update published by the company this week.
Having observed the development of blockchain technology from the sidelines for a couple of years, Germany is swiftly moving to assert its position in the industry and has launched a national policy in that regard.
The United States Securities and Exchanges Commission (SEC) has officially sued Canada-based messaging platform, Kik for its ICO in 2017 through which the company raised near $100 from token sales.
Maksim Zaslavskiy, the mastermind behind the first case of fraudulent ICO in the U.S has told a court in the Eastern District of New York (Brooklyn), that he is guilty of the offense.
An ongoing lawsuit between Ripple Labs and investors who labeled XRP as a ‘security’ token, has been moved to a Federal Court according to reports by a financial news agency, Unbnked.
Having become one of the first VFA Class 4 licensed crypto exchanges in ‘blockchain island’ Malta, Bitstraq is now eyeing the introduction of a security token trading platform for its clients.
The U.S Securities and Exchanges Commission has charged and heavily fined, Zachary Coburn, for setting up a digital trading platform that allows traders to buy and sell tokens that have been marked as 'securities’ by the regulators.
South Korea based cryptocurrency exchange, Bithumb has signed a new deal with an American Fintech firm, SeriesOne. According to a local news source, the purpose of the new union is to establish an exchange that is dedicated to trading security tokens.