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Wall Street Blockchain Alliance Publishes Industry Principles in Wake of Last Year’s Challenges

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The Wall Street Blockchain Alliance (WSBA) has published a set of “Crypto Industry Principles” that are described as “foundational statements of best practices” for the digital asset sector. WSBA is a non-profit advocacy group that supports the utilization of blockchain technology in financial markets. The… Read More

Wall Street Blockchain Alliance Pursues Digital Asset Industry Principles in Wake of Negative Events

The Wall Street Blockchain Alliance (WSBA), an advocacy group for distributed ledger technology, has announced the launch of the Digital Asset Industry Principles. WSBA states that these principles follow the recent events in crypto markets that have challenged the industry. The collaborative effort is described… Read More

Wall Street Blockchain Alliance Announces Various Working Groups

The Wall Street Blockchain Alliance (WSBA) has announced various working groups to tackle specific issues within the blockchain sector. WSBA advocates on behalf of blockchain technology, such as tokenization, within the financial services sector. Ron Quaranta, Chairman of WSBA, commented: “Given the impact and importance… Read More

Digital Assets: What to Do When the SEC Comes Calling

Last week, the Wall Street Blockchain Alliance (WSBA), in partnership with the global law firm of Linklaters, hosted a forum on dealing with investigations or inquiries from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Enforcement actions or investigations by the SEC in the world of securities… Read More

Global Debt Registry Joins Wall Street Blockchain Alliance

Global Debt Registry (GDR) has joined The Wall Street Blockchain Alliance (WSBA). This follows GDRs recent Blockchain proof of concept ( POC) announcement. GDR says joining WSBA reinforces GDR’s leading role in bringing the power of blockchain to the online lending space. GDR is a… Read More

Legal Guidance on ICOs? Wall Street Blockchain Alliance will Publish Recommendations Soon

Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs), the hot crowdfunding market that uses tokenized securities based on cryptocurrencies, is still looking to gain its sea legs. While there have been multiple phenomenal ICOs, like the recent Filecoin home-run that raised over $200 million ($135 million in just one… Read More

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