Highlighting what went right, and what went wrong, in this week’s crypto news analysis.
After a persistent bear market saw new yearly lows for major digital assets last week, things look to have stabilised for the time being.
The SEC has again postponed their ETF decision. It is now expected by the 27th of Feb 2019, which is the maximum 280 days that the SEC can take to form a response.
In more positive exchange related news, the NASDAQ has confirmed it will launch BTC futures in the new year. According to VanEck who have filed the application, they will differ from the futures currently listed on the CBOE and CME by their transparency and resiliency.
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Featured in the Times blockchain and cryptocurrency special report, Dmitry Tokarev was interviewed about the future of institutional investment
Questions around regulation and investment framework, perhaps unsurprisingly, featured prominently
Selling unregistered securities will cost CoinAlpha $50,000 and incur a cease and desist order
CoinAlpha had applied for, but not been granted, an exemption in Nov 2017. The SEC also alleges they failed to verify investors were accredited
Setting itself apart from Gemini, Circle, and Paxos, who provide verification statements, full audits will dig much deeper
Stasis, the issuer, has appointed the Malta branch of accounting firm BDO to carry out the work
Bloomberg in-house analyst thinks
: Man offers reward for brute forcing his wallet after losing the key
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