The United Arab Emirates regulatory body has approved ICO tokens as securities and a completed framework will be available in the small middle eastern country in the middle of next year, according to a report in local news outlet TheNational.ae. Continue reading UAE Finalizing ICO and Blockchain Regulations
Tezos is a brainchild of Arthur and Kathleen Breitman that literally aims to be the world’s last cryptocurrency (source: Tezos whitepaper). The building blocks of this project are on-chain governance and self-amendment which are some of the critical issues that Bitcoin has been facing in recent years.
Tezos project capacitates the stakeholders by involving them in decisions and governance of the platform. To simplify further, stakeholders will have the power to approve or veto the changes in the Tezos protocol. Continue reading InWara Insights on Tezos ICO market cap, RoI and more
The highest record earning project, EOS is now facing speculations of being a scam since the leaking of a spreadsheet by Shi Feifei, a Huobi employee.
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EOS is a decentralized project in the blockchain space that aims to radically improve what is already on the market. The decentralized operating system intends to provide an easy alternative for all the developers to design a dApp. Continue reading Is EOS ICO a SCAM?
A South Korean blockchain startup, Presto, will reportedly file a constitutional appeal over the county’s ban on Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs), South Korean economic media outlet Sedaily reports Dec. 6. Continue reading South Korean Startup Presto to File Constitutional Appeal Against Local ICO Ban
Citing “informed sources,” Japanese press outlet JIJI Press reports that the Japanese Financial Services Agency is soon to regulate Initial Coin Offerings. The regulation will involve investment limits “for better protecting them.” Continue reading Japan’s Financial Regulator to Issue ICO Guidelines