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Cryptocurrencies The SEC Will Target: Here Are The Clues!!

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– TIMESTAMPS –
0:00 Intro
1:37 SEC vs. Cryptocurrency
4:48 SEC’s Insider Trading Complaint
7:24 AMP
9:20 RLY
12:11 DDX
13:38 XYO
14:37 RGT
17:01 LCX
18:32 POWR
19:40 DFX
21:14 KROM
22:44 Which Cryptos Are At Risk?
26:18 Outro

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25 COMMENTS

  1. SEC is part of the tools of banksters, that Elite who rules the world. Their fear is losing control of us all. And crypto and blockchain projects are in their way to rule the world.
    Do you think they are interested in our indepence of their grip?

  2. So this means that Solana would be considered fair game for the SEC as it is not decentralised and the founders hold the majority of the tokens.

  3. I wonder why the SEC does not treat crypto assets in the same fashion as the lowest level equities on the OTC Pink Market, the "no information " level of the OTC Pink.
    Those stocks may have no disclosure of information and do NOT have to register with the SEC.
    However, if classified as such, I do not think institutions would being willing to invest or could justify to their shareholders any investments in this highly speculative classification of assets.

  4. TLDR; SEC Targets:

    1. Based in USA

    2. Conducting an ICO (esp when team gets significant initial/future supply)

    3. Raising with an incomplete platform/protocol

    4. Statements by team suggesting token price appreciating in the future (includes retweets)

    5. Involement of a centralized entity in the project's development/management directly/indirectly via voting power in the DAO, even if team doesn't hold majority voting power (team is mentioned in whitepaper)

    6. Issuance of tokens as part of liquidity mining programs

  5. Actually I think it is good SEC it cautious about this. Crypto entrepreneurship should be encouraged but 20% of all tokens to the founders? This is just being greedy and should be discouraged. And yes that looks like a stock comparable to Musk getting lots of shares (securities) in his company.

  6. You can find these lectures on YouTube, but beware, Gensler is an egomaniac and admits he is more of a Wall Street investor than anything and at the beginning of the first lecture stated the students in the class may know more about blockchain tech than him

  7. It's highly recommended to check out $PKR, the native coin of Polker. An undervalued coin that holds so much growth potential.

    It's the first blockchain gaming metaverse project with a Play To Earn feature and NFT integrations.. A must-check project.

  8. Any cryptocurrency that's even able to get Heat from the SEC must not be Defi(decentralized) and maybe it's for the best these wana-be defi currencies get the Heat

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