SEC fines $ 24 million EOS project for unregistered ICO

The developer of agreed to pay a fine, which is less than 1% of the $ 4.1 billion raised during the initial placement of tokens

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) fined, an EOSIO blockchain developer, for $ 24 million for an unregistered ICO. According to the financial regulator, the company violated federal laws on securities and did not apply for exemption from registration requirements.

“Companies that offer or sell securities to US investors must comply with the relevant laws, regardless of the industry in which they operate, or the names they give to their investment products,” the SEC emphasized. did not admit or dispute her guilt, but agreed to pay a fine. Its size does not exceed 1% of the $ 4.1 billion that the company raised during the ICO to develop its own blockchain.

On the website, it is reported that the SEC claims relate to the ERC20 token that was distributed during the crowdsale. At the moment, he does not apply and does not trade on exchanges.


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