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New Jersey Regulator Stops Two ICOs For Fraudulent Securities, as ‘Operation Cryptosweep’ Continues

[] New Jersey’s Bureau of Securities has issued two emergency orders to Zoptax and Unocall to stop their initial coin offerings (ICO), as a part of…

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Cryptocurrency Regulations Crucial To The Success Of The Coins

In 2009, Cryptocurrencies started just a means of exchange and paying for products and services. The technology has been growing exponentially since then and the…

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Regulatory Warning Reduces the Risks Involved in Initial Coin Offerings

According to many financial services, the ordinary retail investors and the businesspersons are asked to follow certain rules while investing into highly speculative and risky…

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Initial Coin Offering Ban – South Korea Has Banned Korean ICOs

This is the South Korean news post that has sparked the latest round of panic and maybe even market price fluctuations in the cryptocurrency world….

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Governments Are Trying To Control Cryptocurrencies And This Brings Danger

Regulators in the U.S., Singapore, Japan and China are looking into regulatorymeasures to control the growth in digital tokens China recently made it illegal for companies…

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