Tag Archives: Blockchain

The SEC has the Munchees: Eating away at the “utility token” theory

In this week’s guest blog post, our Seattle-based colleagues, Andrew Ledbetter and  Trent Dykes, discuss takeaways from the SEC’s enforcement order regarding Munchee’s token offering and SEC Chairman Jay Clayton’s general public statement on cryptocurrencies and ICOs: For those who previously read our post about the SEC’s report in the DAO, much of this might not be a surprise – although … Continue Reading

Blockchain Regulation: Recent Developments and Prospects for Regulatory Actions

By: Martin Bartlam & Mark Radcliffe Blockchain technology is a nascent technology that is providing evolving applications in finance every day. Several regulators have already signaled their intention to examine the use of blockchain, also referred to as distributed ledger technology (DLT). While potentially attractive to regulators due to increased transaction security and reduced risk of manipulation, this … Continue Reading