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The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) asserted that Coinschedule violated the anti-tender provisions of the US securities laws and has just imposed a penalty on the platform.
The SEC has settled charges against the defunct ICO review site Coinschedule.com for violating the anti-tender provisions of US securities laws.
Specifically, according to a July 14 announcement from the securities regulator, Coinschedule does not disclose that it is accepting funds from crypto asset issuers in order to have a more favorable assessment of non-ICOs. stock.
The terms of the settlement stated that Blotics, formerly known as Coinschedule, was required to pay a penalty of $154,434 plus $43,000 in compensatory interest combined.
Coinschedule.com operated from 2016 to 2019, with many visitors coming from the United States. The site has powered more than 2,500 ICOs, claiming that customers will be assured in terms of trust and investment risk using a proprietary algorithm.
However, according to the fact that the SEC announced, issuers paid Coinschedule to profile their token offerings on Coinschedule.com, and Coinschedule did not disclose information to investors about the nature of the token. ICOs.
The SEC emphasized that Coinschedule continued to publish ICO reviews following the release of the 2017 DAO Report, which warned that ICOs can be securities and therefore must be compliant with those promoting ICOs. federal securities laws.
However, not everyone at the SEC was happy with the conclusion of the event. SEC Commissioners Hester Peirce and Elad Roisman wrote a letter criticizing the commission for failing to explain which specific crypto assets touted by Coinschedule are actually securities.
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