Latest ICO News

Telegram faces a major roadblock in releasing its Gram tokens on the native TON network as the SEC slaps a restraining order on its token-sale calling its “unlawful”.

We have picked some projects that conducted a successful ICO and still manage to work and develop their products, and we’ll try to find out what keeps them alive, besides money. These three projects are BOLT, NOAH, and Platio.

SEC Settles With ICO Rating Over Anti-Touting Breach

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission said it has fined and settled charges against ICO Ratings for failure to disclose payments it received to publicize digital asset offerings of issuers it had rated.

South Korean Kakao Launching Its Own Crypto Wallet

KakaoTalk, a South Korean instant messaging application, is the newest member of the crypto-community as it is set to launch its native cryptocurrency wallet Klip later this year that will support Klaytn’s cryptocurrency Klay.

Kik Claims ‘SEC Has Been Twisting Facts’ in Their Ongoing Legal Battle

Kik kicked back at the SEC lawsuit that claims a $100 million ICO was illegal. The company behind Kik Messenger filed a response in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, alleging that the SEC is “twisting” the facts about its token.

SEC Clears Blockchain Gaming Startup Pocketful of Quarters to Issue ‘Quarters’ Token

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has approved the first-ever Ethereum token sale from blockchain-based gaming startup Pocketful of Quarters (PoQ).

Crypto Exchange CoinFLEX to Launch Its First Initial Futures Offering for Polkadot’s DOT Tokens

This will be for the first time that any crypto platform is launching futures contracts for pre-launched assets. Each DOT token is available at $75 and can be purchased using CoinFLEX’s native FLEX tokens.