Posts From Jerome Tomas

SEC’s Supposed Setback on Token Issue Now Reversed

In November 2018, a U.S. District Court declined to accept the SEC’s argument that an ICO token was a “security.”  There are those who saw this as a setback for

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U.S. District Court Declines to Accept SEC’s Argument that Token is a “Security” Until It Can Resolve Disputed Questions of Fact

On November 27, 2018, the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California issued a decision that is already being reported as one holding that a token is not a

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ICO, SEC, Security Token, US

U.S. SEC Chair Jay Clayton’s Mic Drop on Crypto-Assets and Whether the SEC Regulates Them: We Don’t Regulate Everything, But You Have to Do the Analysis

On June 6, U.S. SEC Chairman Jay Clayton was interviewed on CNBC about Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies.  He said, in effect, that “cryptocurrencies, these are replacements for sovereign currencies, replace the

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Cryptocurrency, ICO, SEC, Securities, US