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A tale of the SEC’s crusade against synthetics -Breaking

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On the opening day of Messari Mainnet 2021, New York City’s long-awaited first crypto conference since the start of COVID-19, reports came blazingIn a viral Twitter post, it was revealed that the United States Securities and Exchange Commission had issued a subpoena for an event panelist sitting at the top of an elevator in broad daylight. While it’s still not entirely clear who was served (or why), this isn’t the first time the SEC has encroached upon the crypto industry in full view of the public. Let’s go back a mere two months.

Gary Gensler will become the SEC Chair on July 20, 2021 He issued his comments outlining the SEC’s scope of authority on cryptocurrency:

Alex ShippProfessional writer and strategist for the digital asset sector. He has an extensive background in economics and finance, but also in new fields such as decentralized system architectures, tokenomics and blockchain. Alex, who has been involved professionally in the space of digital asset since 2017, is currently a strategist at Offshift and a writer editor and strategist for Elastos Foundation. He also serves as DAO Cyber Republic’s ecosystem representative.