SEC brings to light many ICO problems

Posted 07 March, 2018

The market should not wonder that US Securities and Exchange Commissions (SEC) is focused on checking ICO structure. The Commission has already taken measures against the companies involved in ICO and even made them expand attempts to protect investors.

SEC's Chairman Jay Clayton was ultra critical of ICO in his speech to the Congress a month ago. He stated that the majority of this projects are illegal violating securities laws.
Notably, SEC has also placed a priority on the ICO study or 2018.

According to news reports, the Commission filed a lawsuit against some companies connected with ICO activities. The headline-making case was Arise Bank. As SEC believes the company cheated while attempting to raise $1 billion investments.

In addition, ICO caught an interest of cybercrimes due to the high share of failures and security weaknesses. According to the recent study by web-service, 50% of 902 ICO held in 2017 failed in the USA.

Moreover,  Ernst & Young report reads that 10% of the funds generated via 370 global ICOs in 2017 were lost or stolen.

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