Blockchain Association Tries to Draw Legal Line Between Kik’s Token and Its 2017 Pre-Sale

The Blockchain Association has filed a “friend-of-the-court” brief in the ongoing legal case between the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and messaging startup Kik, arguing the firm’s kin token is not a security. The advocacy group argues that the SEC is wrongfully conflating Kik’s 2017 exempt offering of securities to accredited investors with the […]

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Judge ‘Puzzled’ by Craig Wright’s Objections to Producing Evidence of Over 1.1M Bitcoin

A Florida judge said Craig Wright’s objection to handing over crucial evidence regarding billions in bitcoin left her “puzzled,” as he seemed to argue the court should “blindly accept” everything he says. District Judge Beth Bloom overruled Wright’s objections to an Order of Discovery compelling him to produce 11,000 documents for the Kleiman lawsuit, arguing […]

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Singapore’s Court of Appeals Rules Quoine Exchange in Breach of Contract in Landmark Crypto Case

Singapore’s Court of Appeals has ruled against digital currency exchange Quoine on Monday in a landmark case relating to a breach of contract that saw the platform unlawfully reverse seven trades. The Straits Times reports that the case marks the first of its kind in the country’s history regarding a dispute involving cryptocurrency and concludes […]

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