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South Korea will keep ICO ban, says Financial Services Commission

The results of a survey appeared to sway Korean lawmakers, who had previously debated lifting the 18-month-old ban on domestic ICOs. Read more:

The future of the ICO hangs in the balance

The US Securities and Exchange Commission took a fairly harsh view on ICOs, judging almost all to be undeclared securities. Read more:

Kik promises to challenge proposed SEC enforcement against its ICO

Kik says the SEC will be “doubling down on a deeply flawed regulatory and enforcement approach” if it pursues an enforcement action. Read more:

Are ICOs dead and buried?

Karnika E. Yashwant, CEO of KEY Difference Media, ex CTO of NewsBTC, ICO advisor, shares his reaction to the Forbes’ ICO report unveiling why not all ICOs Read more:

Crypto-funded Brave Browser is about to start paying users to view...

Brave Browser is an ICO-funded Chrome fork that markets on its respect for privacy. Read more:

AriseBank to pay $2.3m over ICO violations

AriseBank, a startup that ran afoul of regulators in the U.S. with its initial coin offering (ICO), agreed to pay $2.3 million, reported The Wall Street Journal. Read more:

Thailand to approve first ICO portal this month

The Thailand Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is expected to approve the first initial coin offering (ICO) portal at some point this month. Read More:

Caspian ICO raises $19.5m for institutional crypto trading

The co-founders of Caspian, David Wills and Robert Dykes, plan to channel 40 percent of the raised $19.5 million towards research and development. Read more:

Australian Securities Watchdog halts ICO seeking to raise $50m

An Australian ICO project planning raise up to $50 million has been halted by the country's securities regulator. Read more:

Malta provides turnkey solution for starting an ICO in Europe

An ICO platform is delivering a full token sale support, including complete technical assistance, marketing, legal, banking, and PR services. Read more: