Tagged: rule 195

SEC Commissioner Peirce’s Speech Introducing Token Safe Harbor Concept: “This remains a work in progress”.

Hester Peirce

Yesterday, SEC Commissioner Hester Peirce proposed a new rule for a Safe Harbor for tokens that will not be treated as securities. As Crowdfund Insider has previously reported, the proposed Rule 195 will allow an issuer up to three years to prove the digital asset… Read More

Here is the Token Safe Harbor Proposal by SEC Commissioner Hester Peirce

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Yesterday, Crowdfund Insider reported on a speech delivered by SEC Commissioner Hester Peirce that outlined a safe harbor for digital assets that may not be regulated as securities. In brief, Rule 195, proposed that a token issuer has three years for a digital asset to… Read More

Chamber of Digital Commerce: Commissioner Peirce’s Digital Asset Safe Harbor Good for Token Innovation

Amy Davine Kim

As details continue to circulate regarding the newly proposed digital asset safe harbor for non-security tokens, industry insiders are welcoming the news. Revealed by SEC Commissioner Hester Peirce today, the proposal could “create a path for digital token innovators.” Amy Davine Kim, Chief Policy Officer… Read More

Rule 195: SEC Commissioner Peirce Proposes Safe Harbor for Token Offerings Not Immediately Deemed to be Securities [u]

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Today, in a speech delivered at an event in Chicago, SEC Commissioner Peirce presented a new proposal in the treatment of digital assets that may not be treated as securities perhaps representing a dramatic shift in the US token offering marketplace. In the US, pretty… Read More

SEC Commissioner Peirce Proposes New Rules for Non Security Token Offerings

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SEC Commissioner Peirce has proposed new rules regarding digital assets that may not be securities upon issuance. The proposal was revealed at a speech in Chicago today. As we understand it, Peirce’s proposal, Rule 195, will “set a course for compliant blockchain projects to innovate… Read More

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