- The telecommunications giant could soon replace traditional physical SIM cards with a software version, secured with blockchain-based encryption.
- The vSIM could be used from multiple devices associated with the user's account,and even be temporarily assigned to other users.
- ICOBox,and its Founder Nikolay Evdokimov were able to raise around $14 million through the sell of their "ICOS" token in 2017.
- The company also acted as an unregistered broker, by facilitating the sale of tokens from "dozens of clients", which were able to raise another $650 million.
- The wallet will be configured to work in a decentralized peer-to-peer network.
- The current cryptocurrency wallet system has a number of security issues, such as mismanagement or potential theft of private keys.
- McCormack’s lawyers noted that their client's accusations were only in the interest of the public.
- Wright is still rejecting to offer cryptographic proof that he is indeed who he claims to be.
- Despite the existence of New Jersey exemptions on token sales, Pocketinns did not acquire the necessary documentation from its investors.
- The New Jersey Bureau of Securities is seeking a refund and a monetary penalty.
- The self-proclaimed creator of Bitcoin, Craig Wright, has failed to produce his Bitcoin holdings prior to December 31, 2013, as per a court order.
- On June 28, Wright is expected to appear for a deposition at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida.
- SEC to sue Kik for their $100 million ICO in 2017 due to the sale of unregistered securities.
- Reportedly, Kik were losing money for years but wanted to raise additional capital to look more appealing.
- Binance CEO sues Sequoia Capital over financial losses.
- The court hearing will be on June 25th, where it will be decided if and what damages Zhao sustained.
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