Materials by tag Investments

Feb 13, 2020 at 14:53
American Man to Refund $33 Million He Fraudulently Obtained from 150 Cryptocurrency Investors
A man from Ohio, USA, is facing charges which could see him refund up to $33 million for violating US federal anti fraud regulations set by the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). SEC revealed that Micheal W. Ackerman is indicted for fleaching more than $33 million from about 150 investors subscribed to his cryptocurrency platform.
Dec 08, 2019 at 12:34
Financial Regulatory Bodies Which Allow Securities Token Offerings
As this era is the period of disruptive innovations including blockchain technology and cryptocurrency, investors want to know where to start from, especially when it comes to knowing the regulations and authorities allowing and forbidding Securities Token Offerings (STOs). These are some of the regulatory bodies that allow STOs
Jun 26, 2019 at 12:31
Blockchain: Italy to Stimulate Alternative Investment Means
The Italian professor who heads Consob, the government body responsible for regulating the securities market, revealed that for the country to achieve significant growth, joint action between the private sector and the Italian public is needed to stimulate alternative investments including cryptocurrency and blockchain technology.
May 15, 2019 at 12:15
Blockchain Market in Italy Estimated at €15 Mln Turnover
The Italian market for cryptocurrency and blockchain technology has positive changing aspects, according to the analysis of the Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Observatory of the Politecnico di Milano. Many individuals, companies, institutions, are waiting for the blockchain opportunities, while others are trying to acquire digital trainings, knowledge and skills to compete favorably in the market. There are interesting indications on the status and projections of Blockchain and other futuristic technologies in Italy.
Mar 06, 2019 at 16:06
Blockchain Adoption: Italy is the Third in Europe
Italy’s financial market has seen a lot of investments in different projects, including those related to blockchain. However, the vast majority of them have not approved the budget yet, with 2% of the IOC considering it an important thing to do.