Overview of Cryptocurrencies as Regulated Securities under Federal Securities Laws - Emerging Regulatory Regime

05 Dec , 2022

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A basic overview of evolving federal securities regulation of cryptocurrencies as "securities" that is designed:

1. provide a basic understanding of what features of Coins, Tokens, Stable Coins and NFTs are deemed by the SEC to subject those instruments to regulation under the federal securities laws

2. a review of SEC enforcement actions against sponsors and promoters of, and exchanges trading, cryptocurrencies

3. a review of emerging SEC regulatory regime for cryptocurrencies and possible congressional action affecting that possible regime.

 

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