Tagged: maksim zaslavskiy

“The Case Will Proceed to Trial”:  Taking the RECoin / Diamond & Other ICO Actions One Step at a Time

The Jury by John Morgan Trial Court Judge Law

As has been reported widely, digital token sales (sometimes referred to as initial coin offerings or ICOs) arguably are becoming increasingly important as a new form of capital raising.  To date, certain regulators (including the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”)) have provided ongoing… Read More

US District Court Rules RECoin ICO May be Considered a Security, Crypto Industry Responds [u]

This past February, RECoin initial coin offering (ICO) Creator Maksim Zaslavskiy filed a motion to dismiss pertaining to a lawsuit brought against him by the federal government and his allegedly fraudulent offering. Zaslavskiy, via his attorney, argued in US District Court that tokens are not securities and… Read More

New York Judge Presiding Over Crypto Fraud Case Decries Lack of Clear Regulation

A Brooklyn judge sitting a case of accused cryptocurrency fraud has expressed frustration over regulatory lag affecting his ability to judge the case. The accused, Maksim Zaslavskiy, was charged with fraud last November after SEC and FBI investigators alleged that he and REcoin Group Foundation,… Read More

RECoin ICO Creator Maksim Zaslavskiy Files Motion to Dismiss Lawsuit Stating Tokens are Not Securities & thus Not Regulated

Towards the end of last year, Maksim Zaslavskiy was hit with several lawsuits regarding an inital coin offering (ICO) that was deemed an unregistered security by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) along with alleged acts of fraud. The SEC charged Zaslavskiy,  REcoin Group Foundation, DRC World, Diamond Reserve Club, … Read More

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