In the Securities Era, ICOs Pleading Ignorance Have No Place to Hide (news.bitcoin.com)

ICOs seeking to crowdfund their big idea have a quandary: should they register their token as a security, complete with the expense, delays, and paperwork this entails, or should they brand it a utility and hope the SEC doesn’t come after them? Last year, virtually everything was labeled a utility and SEC-compliant crowdsales were almost unheard of. But in 2018, launching a utility token in the U.S. is fraught with risks and uncertainty. To tap into the lucrative U.S. market, the

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These Cryptic Artworks Hide a Bitcoin Fortune – All You Have to Do Is Decode Them

Now, one LA-based artist is having his say on our obsession with cryptocurrencies, and he's putting his money where his mouth is – embedding thousands of dollars' worth of Bitcoin in his artworks, which are actually visual representations of his cryptocurrency wallet codes. In other words, these …
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Bitcoin used to hide Catalonia referendum expenses, Spanish police warn

Did the Catalan government use Bitcoin in an attempt to secretly pay for the October referendum? The judge in charge is looking at how Mr Puigdemont's administration may have funded the referendum at the start of last month despite measures taken by Madrid to freeze funds. The Spanish newspaper …
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Why was it so important/essential that Satoshi hide from government because he created a currency that may compete,and be a threat/dangerous to government fiat, but others like,Vitalik Buterin,Charlie Lee,don't have to be in hiding? (reddit.com)

Why was it so important/essential that Satoshi hide from government because he created a currency that may compete with,and be a threat/dangerous to government fiat, but others like,Vitalik Buterin,Charlie Lee etc, don’t have to be in hiding? Why are they not nervous about being in trouble with the government? Is it because Bitcoin was the first, and biggest?

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