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SEC on Cryptocurrency

The SEC has the power to investigate and sue entities that shirk financial regulations, and the agency holds sway over the cryptocurrency regulatory market. Below is a collection of articles, from our cryptocurrency law resource center, that address the SEC’s stance on cryptocurrency regulations.

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ICO Law: SEC lost in court

SEC Lost In ICO Lawsuit: Overview and Legal Help

The Securities and Exchange Commission doesn't always win its' ICO investigation cases. Jump in for an example and an ICO lawyer contact.

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Cryptocurrency Law: SEC update

Blockchain and Crypto Law Update

We work with individual investors, startups, and established businesses in the crypto and blockchain markets. Jump in for an industry legal news update.

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Tax and Cryptocurrency Law: IRS Investigations

The IRS Is Laser Focused On Crypto Gains

Tax season is once again upon us, and cryptocurrency investors need to start thinking seriously about how they'll approach their reporting requirements.

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Cryptocurrency Law: Decentralization Study

Is Crypto As Decentralized As We Think?

The Bank of International Settlement recently conducted a Bitcoin study and concluded that the crypto may not be as decentralized as previously assumed.

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Tax Law: Cyrpto tax

Lawmakers Hound IRS About Crypto Tax

Several lawmakers have sent a letter to the Internal Revenue Service requesting additional clarification regarding cryptocurrency tax matters.

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Chicago lawyer: cryptocurrency fraud ruling

Securities Law Applies In Crypto Fraud Case

A federal judge in New York ruled that a cryptocurrency broker's scheme is subject to US securities laws. The case may set some precedence.

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Crypto Lawyer: ICO Tips

Quick Tips From An ICO Lawyer

Initial coin offerings are often subject to various local, state, federal, and international regulations. Jump in for some ICO launch legal tips.

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FinCen cryptocurrency regulations

FinCen Cryptocurrency Regulations?

Both the Internal Revenue Service and the Securities and Exchange Commissions have regulatory authority over crypto. But what about FinCen?

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Cryptocurrency Investment Lawyer

Investor-Class Crypto Coin Isn’t A Security

Big cryptocurrency news: Regulators approve Stellar Lumens to trade on exchange, which signals authorities do not see the coin as a security.

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