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Tokenized US T-Bond Fund Seeks Foothold in $17T Market

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The crypto industry is taking aim at one of Wall Street’s oldest redoubts: investing in the $17 trillion market for U.S. Treasury bonds.  Arca Funds,...
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”Decentralized Networks a Powerful Phenomenon” – Why the SEC Commissioner Proposes Time-Limited Grace Period for Tokens

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U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Commissioner Hester Peirce has formally proposed a grace period of three years for tokens. Project developers would be exempt...
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SEC to Boost Access to Crypto Investments With Proposed New Accredited Investor Definition

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The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has proposed amending the definition of “accredited investor” — a move that will increase access to regulated cryptocurrency...
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Hemorrhaging WeWork Is Now Fielding SEC Probe: Report

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However WeWork may be defined—transformative office space startup or cult-like Silicon Valley unicorn—the Securities Exchange Commission reportedly believes the company warrants inquiry. Sources familiar with...