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5 times regulators revealed their raging boners for crypto justice in 2019

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5 times regulators revealed their raging boners for crypto justice in 2019

Financial watchdogs formally put dodgy cryptocurrency ‘entrepreneurs‘ on high alert this year, dishing out fines and forcing startups into submission on the regular.

To some, the US Securities and Exchange Commission‘s hard-on for crypto-justice was telegraphed when it deemed Ethereum‘s native cryptocurrency Ether not a security last year.

Simultaneously, the SEC hinted that tokens deployed on the network could very well be classified as such. In the movie business, they call that foreshadowing.

As it turns out, a slew of cryptocurrency startups didn’t get the memo  or if they did  they simply didn’t give a fuck. Here’s a list of blockchain-themed lawsuit highlights for the year. A regulatory dunk reel, if you will.

Company behind EOS settles with the SEC for selling unregistered tokens

In September, Block.one  the firm that built the blockchain-powered cloud computing service EOS  agreed to pay $24 million for violating US securities law with its year-long $4.1 billion ICO.

Many people in the industry felt this particular SEC action was long overdue, especially those who considered it obvious that selling 900 million tokens without any product backing them would eventually attract the attention of US regulators.

The SEC‘s statement even reflected this sentiment. It clearly highlighted its very thorough investigation into autonomous blockchain firm “The DAO,” which established quite clearly how token sales (like the one conducted by Block.one) align with US securities law.

Either Block.one didn’t read it, or (more likely) simply didn’t care. In the end, Block.one neither agreed to or disputed the SEC‘s claims, but still paid $24 million in fines. Definitely not enough, in my opinion.

Almost one year on from the launch of the EOS mainnet (which, again, cost $4.6 billion), not only is EOS still suffering from major, crippling bottlenecks, but block producers have alleged that its actually being run by sock puppets owned by vote-buying cartels.

Ethereum ‘ICO architect’ allegedly extorted startups

This case comes by way of the US Department of Justice (DoJ), which says Steven Nerayoff (the guy responsible for the legal architecture of Ethereum ICOs) – as well as one of his buddies – extorted a budding cryptocurrency business for millions of dollars worth of Ether.

In exchange for 22.5 percent of all funds raised, as well as 22.5 percent of the tokens issued, Nerayoff’s company was to help an unnamed cryptocurrency startup launch a successful ICO.

Eventually, Nerayoff is said to have demanded that his share of the profits be increased from 13,000 ETH to 30,000 ETH (worth $8.75 million at the time), threatening to destroy the company if he didn’t get his way. The firm paid, but Nerayoff and his company didn’t give the startup any further assistance.

Nerayoff associate Michael Hlady did pretty much the same thing. After claiming to have worked for the NSA and the CIA, he demanded a $4.45 million Ether loan, or else he’d “destroy the company’s community.”

Both Nerayoff and Hlady were arrested on extortion charges in September, and both face up to 20 years in prison if convicted.

This token founder pumped it by 315% all by himself

The SEC accused Reginald Middleton, a self-described “financial guru,” of misleading investors by touting outsized and fictitious demand for his crappy cryptocurrency VERI.

VERI was sold under the guise that one day it could be used as a utility token for Veritaseum, a platform that was meant to offer products ranging from self-custody escrowing, financial and data analytics, and the tokenization of assets.

Turns out (yet again), none of this ever fucking existed. Middleton still (allegedly) shilled VERI on unsuspecting investors by fraudulently claiming to have a blockchain product ready to generate millions of dollars worth of revenue.

The SEC also said that in one day, Middleton artificially boosted the price of VERI by 315 percent, presumably in a bid to lure even more buyers.

In total, Middleton and his associated companies raised $14.8 million, $8 million of which Middleton allegedly still holds. In August, Hard Fork reported that the SEC had pulled an emergency lawsuit on Middleton to prevent him from accessing those funds.

Telegram’s weird-as-fuck ICO will be scrutinized in 2020

Yep, messaging app Telegram, which boasts over 200 million users, is being sued for allegedly raising a ball-twisting $1.7 billion by selling unregistered securities in the form of crypto tokens.

A US federal judge also ordered Telegram founder and CEO Pavel Durov to be deposed in early January, and its vice president has been urged to testify in London. An employee that was featured on the company’s letters to investors has been requested to to do the same.

The SEC already put a stop to any further sales when it secured an emergency restraining order against the company in October, but the lawsuits are yet to be decided upon. Telegram began selling its tokens at the start of 2018.

Thing is, Telegram‘s token sale was ridiculously strange. The Telegram Open Network is supposedly a blockchain-based platform that would allow users to access payments services, decentralized apps, file storage, and even a browser.

As TechCrunch noted last year, the original TON whitepaper indicated the firm sought to raise $1.2 billion from invite-only private investors and the general public. That target was later extended to $1.7 billion, and presumably after raising enough money, the firm canceled the public token sale altogether.

In turn, a secondary market for TON was born, as early investors looked to offload their tokens to keen buyers locked out of the ICO process. In one instance, tokens bought for $0.37 were reportedly being sold for $1.30  a 350-percent increase for a token that was supposedly powering a blockchain platform that didn’t yet exist.

I’m sure many onlookers are keen to see how this one plays out. I for one am curious to see just how big (or small) any potential SEC fines may be.

The cryptocurrency mining company that wasn’t, plus more

Bitqyck was an allegedly fake cryptocurrency mining business that sold $13 million worth of tokens to more than 13,000 investors.

Their facility was supposed to generate cryptocurrency using electricity it had secured at below-market rates. The SEC found, however, that Bitqyck had struck no deal at all.

In fact, the entire mining operation didn’t even exist, and the company that sold the tokens was deemed an unregistered securities exchange.

Soon after the SEC made these allegations, its founders promptly agreed to return $13 million raised to 13,000 investors, with interest. They were also fined a collective $10 million in civil penalties.

Fake crypto mining aside, this is really on brand for the SEC, as this year has seen a swathe of other blockchain startups targeted for selling tokens without registering them as securities.

Crummy token peddlers, take note: you could be next.

Published January 6, 2020 — 13:32 UTC

Published at Mon, 06 Jan 2020 13:32:01 +0000

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Major Law Firm CMS Adds Stratis (STRAX) to its Legal Accelerator Program

Blockchain-based services company Stratis was selected to become the newest member of CMS’s legal accelerator program.

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The large law firm CMS selected the blockchain service company Stratis, for its equIP legal accelerator program. As a result, Stratis and CMS will offer support and guidance to startups requiring legal counsel.

CMS Adds Stratis to Accelerator Program

Founded in 1999, CMS is an integrated, multi-jurisdictional organization of law firms that offers full-service legal and tax advice. The firm has more than 70 offices in over 40 counties with nearly 5,000 lawyers.

In a press release shared with CryptoPotato, Stratis announced a partnership with CMS. The former is a blockchain-based project offering enhanced security, reliability, and performance through its DLT system.

This means that Stratis will join the law firm’s legal accelerator program called CMS equIP. The integration will enable the blockchain-based service company to “easily tap into CMS’s expert legal teams across the firm’s 70 offices worldwide.”

Stratis will also enjoy “steep” discounts and will be able to access the law firm’s network of investors, tech companies, and startups.


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The CMS equIP program will offer support to startups requiring legal counsel. However, they would need to pass “stringent” selection processes.

“We are please do welcome Stratis to the CMS equIP fold. It has and continues to set a remarkable track record in supporting new businesses and startups that are being built by some of the brightest minds in the country.

As we build a center of excellence for legal services specifically for blockchain companies, and in EmTech generally, Stratis will form an important part of this.” – commented Charles Kerrigan, CMS Partner.

Crucial Importance for Stratis

The statement outlined the “critical” benefits coming in Stratis’ way after receiving access to the “best legal advice in the world.” Furthermore, the partnership could also serve as a major first step towards bridging the gap between companies from within and outside of the cryptocurrency industry, especially in times when global regulations are looming.

Stratis Founder and CEO Chris Trew also highlighted the significance of this integration for this company:

“Being selected to become a member of CMS’s exclusive equIP program is a tremendous achievement for Stratis and a testament to the fantastic technology we have built and delivered. As the first blockchain-based project to be admitted to the program, I look forward to exploring opportunities and collaborating with other innovative equIP members.”

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Moma Protocol Completes $2.25M Round to Create Infinite Liquidity for DeFi Lending Markets

[Press Release – Singapore, Singapore, 6th May, 2021] Moma Protocol, an innovative solution to solve scalability, liquidity and speculation needs in the current DeFi lending market, has completed a $2.25 million dollar round of funding led by Fundamental Labs and SevenX Ventures. Moma Protocol creates, manages, accelerates, and aggregates lending markets through a proprietary smart […]

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[Press Release – Singapore, Singapore, 6th May, 2021]

Moma Protocol, an innovative solution to solve scalability, liquidity and speculation needs in the current DeFi lending market, has completed a $2.25 million dollar round of funding led by Fundamental Labs and SevenX Ventures.

Moma Protocol creates, manages, accelerates, and aggregates lending markets through a proprietary smart contract factory, creating an ecosystem that allows for the infinite expansion of lending liquidity and market diversity. Moma Protocol was incubated and supported by Lichang, a community App with over a million registered users. Since the protocol’s concept inception, the concept of “improving the scalability of the DeFi lending market” has been favored by the crypto market and recognized by the community.

The investors in this round include Fundamental Labs, a highly reputable blockchain fund that has invested in Coinbase, and also SevenX Ventures, which has over 100 successful investments in it’s portfolio, as well as other investors including AU21 Capital, Blocksync Ventures, BuildingBlocks, Coins Group, Consensus Investment, DFG Capital, FBG Capital, Finlink Capital, Lotus Capital, Magnus Capital, Moonrock Capital, Moonwhale Ventures, Oasis Capital, Spark Digital Capital, Waterdrip Capital, X21 Digital and Zee Prime Capital.  (Participating institutions in alphabetical order).

As an ecosystem with unlimited expansion of lending liquidity and market diversity, Moma Protocol can enrich the DeFi lending market by opening up new lending markets for long-tail digital assets.

SevenX’s spokesperson points out the reason for his bullish view on the Moma Protocol: “As the most important foundation pillar of DeFi architecture — the lending agreement, Moma has made a unique and permissionless innovation here, which greatly enriches the diversity of the market. It has huge potentials to become a scalable platform covering both the mainstream and long tail digital assets.”

Commenting on the investment in Moma Protocol, FBG’s founder Shuji Zhou said, “The DeFi market has seen explosive growth over the past year, with more and more assets being swept up in the DeFi wave. Moma Protocol meets the lending needs of long-tail assets by providing a proprietary smart contract factory that combines the strengths of Uniswap and Compound, to produce an unlimited number of customizable lending pools, thereby bringing more assets into the current lending market to increase the liquidity, diversity and scalability of the DeFi ecosystem, which is something to look forward to. ”

Moma Protocol’s Founder and CEO, Ocean Liao: “I believe that the goal that Moma Protocol wants to achieve is to create an expandable, scalable and flexible infrastructure for the DeFi world in 5-10 years, in a way that everyone can freely participate. I am optimistic about the DeFi ecology and the lending scenario, and I am happy to be able to drive Moma Protocol to explore the future with the infinite liquidity-generating factory model that fascinates me the most. We are ready to set sail!”

About Moma Protocol

As a solution to meet users’ demand for liquidity, scalability, and speculation needs in the DeFi lending markets, Moma Protocol produces, manages, accelerates and aggregates the lending market through a proprietary smart contract factory, creating an ecosystem that can expand infinitely in lending liquidity and market diversity. The beta version of the product has currently been online and the official version of the product will be live in Q2 2021.

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CEO Ocean

Master Degree at Fudan University, senior programmer, serial entrepreneur in the blockchain industry with solid experience in initiating projects such as Gravity (300,000 users), Lichang (1 million users), TokenUp wallet (100,000 users); respected veteran in the Chinese community.

CTO V.C

Master Degree at Fudan University, senior blockchain developer, independently led the development, testing, and deployment of two Ethereum-based DeFi projects, and was involved in the launch of the mainnet and application development of blockchain projects such as EOS, Platon and Worbli.

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Co-founder of Coins Group, a crypto fund based in Hong Kong, 12 years of experience in digital marketing and internet start-up building; 4 years of experience in blockchain investment and project incubation, invested in over 30 blockchain projects

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Moma Protocol Completes $2.25M Round to Create Infinite Liquidity for DeFi Lending Markets

[Press Release – Singapore, Singapore, 6th May, 2021] Moma Protocol, an innovative solution to solve scalability, liquidity and speculation needs in the current DeFi lending market, has completed a $2.25 million dollar round of funding led by Fundamental Labs and SevenX Ventures. Moma Protocol creates, manages, accelerates, and aggregates lending markets through a proprietary smart […]

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[Press Release – Singapore, Singapore, 6th May, 2021]

Moma Protocol, an innovative solution to solve scalability, liquidity and speculation needs in the current DeFi lending market, has completed a $2.25 million dollar round of funding led by Fundamental Labs and SevenX Ventures.

Moma Protocol creates, manages, accelerates, and aggregates lending markets through a proprietary smart contract factory, creating an ecosystem that allows for the infinite expansion of lending liquidity and market diversity. Moma Protocol was incubated and supported by Lichang, a community App with over a million registered users. Since the protocol’s concept inception, the concept of “improving the scalability of the DeFi lending market” has been favored by the crypto market and recognized by the community.

The investors in this round include Fundamental Labs, a highly reputable blockchain fund that has invested in Coinbase, and also SevenX Ventures, which has over 100 successful investments in it’s portfolio, as well as other investors including AU21 Capital, Blocksync Ventures, BuildingBlocks, Coins Group, Consensus Investment, DFG Capital, FBG Capital, Finlink Capital, Lotus Capital, Magnus Capital, Moonrock Capital, Moonwhale Ventures, Oasis Capital, Spark Digital Capital, Waterdrip Capital, X21 Digital and Zee Prime Capital.  (Participating institutions in alphabetical order).

As an ecosystem with unlimited expansion of lending liquidity and market diversity, Moma Protocol can enrich the DeFi lending market by opening up new lending markets for long-tail digital assets.

SevenX’s spokesperson points out the reason for his bullish view on the Moma Protocol: “As the most important foundation pillar of DeFi architecture — the lending agreement, Moma has made a unique and permissionless innovation here, which greatly enriches the diversity of the market. It has huge potentials to become a scalable platform covering both the mainstream and long tail digital assets.”

Commenting on the investment in Moma Protocol, FBG’s founder Shuji Zhou said, “The DeFi market has seen explosive growth over the past year, with more and more assets being swept up in the DeFi wave. Moma Protocol meets the lending needs of long-tail assets by providing a proprietary smart contract factory that combines the strengths of Uniswap and Compound, to produce an unlimited number of customizable lending pools, thereby bringing more assets into the current lending market to increase the liquidity, diversity and scalability of the DeFi ecosystem, which is something to look forward to. ”

Moma Protocol’s Founder and CEO, Ocean Liao: “I believe that the goal that Moma Protocol wants to achieve is to create an expandable, scalable and flexible infrastructure for the DeFi world in 5-10 years, in a way that everyone can freely participate. I am optimistic about the DeFi ecology and the lending scenario, and I am happy to be able to drive Moma Protocol to explore the future with the infinite liquidity-generating factory model that fascinates me the most. We are ready to set sail!”

About Moma Protocol

As a solution to meet users’ demand for liquidity, scalability, and speculation needs in the DeFi lending markets, Moma Protocol produces, manages, accelerates and aggregates the lending market through a proprietary smart contract factory, creating an ecosystem that can expand infinitely in lending liquidity and market diversity. The beta version of the product has currently been online and the official version of the product will be live in Q2 2021.

Team

CEO Ocean

Master Degree at Fudan University, senior programmer, serial entrepreneur in the blockchain industry with solid experience in initiating projects such as Gravity (300,000 users), Lichang (1 million users), TokenUp wallet (100,000 users); respected veteran in the Chinese community.

CTO V.C

Master Degree at Fudan University, senior blockchain developer, independently led the development, testing, and deployment of two Ethereum-based DeFi projects, and was involved in the launch of the mainnet and application development of blockchain projects such as EOS, Platon and Worbli.

CMO Virginia

Co-founder of Coins Group, a crypto fund based in Hong Kong, 12 years of experience in digital marketing and internet start-up building; 4 years of experience in blockchain investment and project incubation, invested in over 30 blockchain projects

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KnitFinance Raises $1M in a Round Led by Leading Blockchain Investors

[PRESS RELEASE – Please Read Disclaimer] May 6, 2021, British Virgin Islands – KnitFinance, the first Polkadot-based cross-chain asset wrapping protocol is pleased to announce that it has successfully raised $1 million in its latest fundraising round. This comes as KnitFinance approaches its SHO on DAO Maker scheduled to take place on May 17. The […]

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May 6, 2021, British Virgin Islands – KnitFinance, the first Polkadot-based cross-chain asset wrapping protocol is pleased to announce that it has successfully raised $1 million in its latest fundraising round. This comes as KnitFinance approaches its SHO on DAO Maker scheduled to take place on May 17. The project’s initial market cap is ultra-low with immense scope for exponential growth.

Reputed blockchain technology investors who helped successfully close the funding round include DAO Maker, AU21 Capital, LD Capital, Orion, x21, Nabais Capital, Insight Capital, Momentum 6, Bitcoin.com, pSquare Capital, Chronos Ventures.

Apart from the above, CXOs of many prominent projects have also pledged their support as investors. The fundraising attracted immense participation, leading to 50x growth commitments.

Along with capital support, the investors have joined hands to bootstrap liquidity on platforms like Uniswap and to help offer a smooth experience to users right from the start. They will also help the KnitFinance team engage in global and regional marketing efforts to generate awareness globally about the platform and its mission.

30 more well-known projects with some of them boasting of multi-billion dollar valuations have also partnered with KnitFinance. The news regarding the same will be announced very soon. KnitFinance team consists of highly respected veterans from the cryptocurrency and blockchain industry.

The platform’s Beta version already went live last December and is currently supporting wrapped assets on 5 blockchains. KnitFinance bridges multiple chains by making multiple assets available on every compatible blockchain network. The platform’s real-world insured wrapped token feature ensures that any digital and lockable asset can be yielded, lent, borrowed, margin traded, and farmed enabling billions of dollars of idle assets to be productive in turn expanding the useability of the DeFi ecosystem.

Knit locks assets with custodians in the real world, which are insured up to $350 million, bringing real-world and reliable insurance into DeFi.This will potentially enable the next wave of liquidity, real-world assets worth trillions of dollars to enter the DeFi world onto multiple chains.

The platform is working to elevate the financial inclusion quotient of DeFi to much higher levels and reduce the entry barriers and asset risk for potential users at the same time. It is 100% decentralized and is solely dependent on user consensus for governance.

The team behind the platform is working tirelessly to give shape to this belief. Together with an enthusiastic community and network of partners, they are charged up in their mission to unlock the true potential of DeFi.

Furthermore, KnitFinance plans to list their native k tokens on top-tier crypto exchanges, such as Binance, Huobi Global, OKEx, Kucoin, Gate.io, etc., enhancing the global liquidity of KNIT tokens and as well as wrapped assets in the future.

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