The hong kong beurswaakhond SFC has the so-called Initial Coin Offering (ICO) of Black Cell Technology Limited stopped.
Therefore, the techbedrijf no more money to retrieve in hong Kong with his own cryptomunt, writes the British business newspaper Financial Times Monday. Black Cell does not comply with the rules in the field of advertising.
It is not the first time that the company is under fire because of the issue of cryptomunten. The American regulator SEC called according to media reports, the issuance by the Black Cell in January, even though ‘illegal’.
In a broader sense and screws the risk managers ‘ in various countries, the supervision of ICO’s on. Now, the issues are still often outside the existing rules. This is abuse on the prowl, said regulator SEC this month yet again.
Last year did the Chinese and South Korean regulators, the ICO therefore, in the ban. The Dutch watchdog AFM also warns for the procedure, but no action has been taken.
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