Thai SEC Warns Public About Investing in Nine Unregistered Tokens and ICOs

The Thai Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has issued a warning about investing in nine digital tokens and Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs), which have not been accredited by the regulator, news outlet Bangkok Post reported Oct. 26. The SEC reportedly initiated an investigation into digital tokens and ICOs being promoted on social media platforms for investment, and found nine cases wherein promoted digital assets had not been authorized by the market regulator. Per the SEC, the alleged digital assets and ICOs have neither filed an application for the SEC’s approval,…

High-Earning Millennial Men are Most Interested in Crypto Investing

Recent research by blockchain-focused company Clovr has revealed that cryptocurrency investing is most popular among millennials earning from $75,000 to $99,999 annually. The survey collected responses from over 1,000 Americans between ages 18 and 80. Per the survey, men are almost twice as likely as any other generation to invest in digital currencies, with 43 percent of men and 23 percent of women investing in crypto. 47 percent of individuals with an annual income not less than $75,000 annually have invested in digital assets, while less than a quarter of…

How Invictus Capital Is Reshaping the Landscape of Cryptocurrency Investing

One of the impacts of the rapid, global advancement of digital asset markets has been seasons of volatility and turbulence. This creates a challenging environment for even the most astute investors in terms of managing cryptocurrency portfolios and investment strategies.  Lacking the expertise and knowledge to effectively navigate these headwinds, investors often find themselves mired in uncertainty. It is here where blockchain technology and the distributed tracking of crypto assets are receiving a wealth of attention. Use cases are emerging in this space, reshaping the landscape for how investors interact…

Millennial Women are Underrepresented in Crypto Investing

A new study by crypto finance company Circle, published September 12, shows that millennial women invest in cryptocurrency at half the rate of men. The survey collected answers from over 3,000 millennials, Gen Xers, and Baby Boomers in the U.S., covering such issues as investment, associated risks assessment, and attitudes toward emerging asset classes like crypto. According to the poll, 25 percent of millennials said they are interested in purchasing digital currencies over the next 12 months, which sets them apart from the other generations by more than 10 percent.…

KB Financial Group Report Finds Only 2% of South Koreans Interested in Crypto Investing

South Korean financial holding company KB Financial Group Inc. has released an Aug. 6  report on crypto investments in 2018, finding the majority of domestic respondents revealed no intention to invest in crypto. KB Financial Group Inc. is headquartered in Seoul, South Korea and focuses on a range of banking and related financial services. Their survey involved 600 households that had financial assets of more than KRW 500 million (around $447,000) from April to May, as well as 400 respondents with over KRW 1 billion in financial assets (around $894,000).…

CNBC Exclusive: Interview with SEC commissioner Hester Peirce – BTC ETF.

This Week: 1 .BTC Dominance hits a 7 month high as another ETF proposal gets declined by the SEC. 2.Disagreement inside the SEC as one member gets publicly vocal about the etf denial. We get an exclusive interview with commissioner Hester Peirce from the sec. 3.Our panel of industry experts discuss the likelihood of an etf before the end of2018 4.Salt Lending receives an offer from its Rival Nexo – tonight we talk to both salt lending and the NEXO. 5.We take another look at Transaction mining – the new…