Exclusive: With so many cryptocurrency projects creating decentralized exchanges (DEXs) of their own it’s reasonable to be skeptical about yet another. Today cryptocurrency project Decred released official plans for its own Decentralized Exchange (DEX).
In his Blockchain Law column Robert A. Schwinger discusses a wave of new enforcement actions brought by the SEC targeting blockchain-based digital token ventures under a variety of provisions in the securities laws. These proceedings show the breadth of the approaches the SEC is taking toward enforcement in this area perhaps most notably in one case where it appears a “smart contract” blockchain application may have proved to be a bit too smart for its own good.
Jenny Leung is an Australian attorney (New York Bar admission pending) who will be starting as a blockchain attorney at Blakemore Fallon in 2019. Formerly she was an attorney at the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) and a privacy consultant at PwC.
The SEC started taking more aggressive regulatory actions in 2018. But many questions remain unanswered for 2019 including the fate of a new bill that would prevent some ICOs from being deemed securities.
The markets have produced a slight retracement in response to Bitcoin Core (BTC) testing a long-term descending trendline dating back to December 2017’s record highs. The dip has seen Bitcoin Cash (BCH) slip back below $150 and BTC fail to hold above $4000. As of this writing Ripple (XRP) has again overtaken Ethereum (ETH) to rank as the largest altcoin by market cap.
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