US Senator Focused on Crypto Money Laundering Crackdown — Urges Congress, Regulators to Take Action

U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren has called on Congress to ensure regulators, such as the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), have the tools to regulate the crypto industry effectively and crack down on crypto money laundering activities. “The current legal structure essentially…

SEC Chairman Says Important to Regulate Crypto Issuers and Intermediaries

The chairman of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Gary Gensler, has stressed the importance of bringing “intermediaries and issuers of crypto securities” into compliance. In addition, the U.S. Treasury Department’s Financial Stability Oversight Council (FSOC) has recommended that regulatory…

SEC Orders Crypto Firm to Pay Harmed Investors $35 Million — Charges Influencer Ian Balina

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has ordered crypto firm Sparkster and its CEO to pay $35 million into a fund for distribution to harmed investors. The securities regulator also charged crypto influencer Ian Balina for promoting crypto tokens without…

Finder’s $675 ETH Prediction, India Calls on G20 Re: Crypto Taxes, Peterffy Concerned BTC Could ‘Become Worthless or Outlawed’ — Bitcoin.com News Week in Review

In this week’s bite-sized digest of the hottest stories from Bitcoin.com News, a new Finder survey knocks down previous forecasts for ethereum’s price a notch, with crypto experts predicting lower long-term prices for the asset. Also, India calls on G20 nations…

SEC Launches Game-Show Campaign to Educate Investors in ‘a Playful Way’ – Crypto Included

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has launched a game-show campaign to help investors make informed decisions “in a playful way.” One of the contestants in the game show chose to listen to a celebrity and invest in crypto. SEC…

US SEC Charges Man With Defrauding Crypto Investors in Two Digital Asset Securities Offerings

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has charged a citizen of Latvia with defrauding investors in two crypto offerings. The fraudster “used fake names, fictitious entities, and fraudulent profiles to perpetrate his schemes, and misappropriated nearly all of the investor…