Regulation360 (November 20, 2020, 6:46 PM EST) — The U.S. Securities and Change Fee instructed a California federal decide Thursday that its case in opposition to a Jack Abramoff-connected firm and its CEO that allegedly bilked buyers out of $5.6 million for a purportedly improved model of bitcoin needs to be allowed to go ahead as a result of the tokens are a safety.
In June, the SEC and U.S. Division of Justice filed parallel complaints alleging political lobbyist Abramoff, Nevada-based Nationwide AtenCoin Basis, or NAC Basis, and its CEO Rowland Marcus Andrade deceived buyers into shopping for what they claimed was a enhanced model of bitcoin when in actuality the token and its blockchain had been…
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