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The U.S. is Unlikely to Ban Token Sales, But ICO Sellers Should be Careful How Sale is Marketed

Bank Innovation

15 Dec 2017

According to Joshua Ashley Klayman in the Bank Innovation article “The U.S. is Unlikely to Ban Token Sales, But ICO Sellers Should be Careful How Sale is Marketed,” it’s vital to understand the risk of raising funds with an ICO.

“It doesn’t look like [regulators] are going to be shutting down token sales, in general, and it also doesn’t look like they will be taking the path South Korea did, which is banning them to all but accredited investors,” she said. However, that doesn’t mean potential ICO sellers have free rein—an entrepreneur planning to fund his business via tokens must “be mindful of security laws.”

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