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US courts deny the SEC to view records related to

 The discovery phase of the lawsuit against Ripple Labs continues as Magistrate Judge Sarah Netburn denied, in part, the US Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) request for additional discovery. Ripple’s fair notice defense, which the SEC unsuccessfully moved to strike, is built around the US SEC actions and not its own conduct, since the company […]Read More

Bitcoin

US SEC asks institutions to consider these 4 factors before

$270 billion fund Guggenheim is seeking Bitcoin exposure, SEC filing shows Guggenheim Partners, one of the world’s largest fund managers with $270 billion in client assets under management, is seeking exposure to Bitcoin as part of a new fund, a filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) showed yesterday. 2 min read → […]Read More

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Thai SEC orders exchanges to delist Dogecoin, Shiba Inu, NFTs,

The Thailand Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the nation’s capital markets watchdog, banned the trading of memecoins like Dogecoin and Shiba Inu, non-fungible tokens (NFTs), and other unclear assets over the weekend. It did not, however, give any specific reasons for the ban. Forget your Shiba Inu The SEC criticized the trading of assets with […]Read More

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Ripple (XRP) asks court to impose deadline on the SEC

In the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) vs. Ripple lawsuit, the San Francisco-based fintech firm has accused the securities regulator of willfully refusing to hand over documents related to BTC, ETH, and XRP. This is despite Judge Netburn’s ruling on April 6 ordering the SEC to reveal communications regarding the above cryptocurrencies. The standstill is […]Read More

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Odds are the SEC will opt to settle Ripple lawsuit

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) vs. Ripple lawsuit is currently in the pre-trial phase. The purpose is for each party to investigate the facts of the case by obtaining evidence from the opposing party and others through discovery devices. According to Attorney Jeremy Hogan, due to resource pressures, only a small percentage of cases […]Read More

Bitcoin

$270 billion fund Guggenheim is seeking Bitcoin exposure, SEC filing

Guggenheim Partners, one of the world’s largest fund managers with $270 billion in client assets under management, is seeking exposure to Bitcoin as part of a new fund, a filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) showed yesterday. They are coming for Bitcoin The fund, officially the ‘Guggenheim Active Allocation Fund,’ will invest […]Read More

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Thailand’s SEC looks to regulate the issuance of DeFi tokens

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) of Thailand has announced that it may require decentralized finance (DeFi) projects that issue cryptocurrencies to obtain corresponding licenses in the future, Bangkok Post reported today. “The issuance of digital tokens must be authorized and overseen by the Securities and Exchange Commission and the issuer is required to disclose […]Read More

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U.S. courts deny SEC from viewing Ripple’s legal documents pertaining

The US Security and Exchange Commission´s (SEC) motion to access Ripple Labs´ legal communications regarding XRP‘s regulatory status was denied, a new filing shows. The appointed judge stated that the requested communications are protected by attorney-client privilege. Ripple caught a break The US SEC filed a complaint against Ripple last December, alleging that its sale […]Read More

Bitcoin

Web3 builder points out key reasons why U.S. SEC isn’t

Web3 builder points out key reasons why U.S. SEC isn’t approving Bitcoin ETFs Earn up to 12% APY on Bitcoin, Ethereum, USD, EUR, GBP, Stablecoins & more. Start Earning Interest Edge › Bitcoin › U.S. › Analysis Over nine Bitcoin ETFs are awaiting approval in the US. But why isn’t the SEC giving them the […]Read More

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Ripple (XRP) likely to go public after its legal battle

The likelihood of Ripple, the company behind the XRP token and blockchain-based payments network RippleNet, to go public is “very high at some point”—but not before its legal battle with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is resolved, said the firm’s CEO Brad Garlinghouse. “The likelihood that Ripple is a public company is very […]Read More