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SEC nearly doubles crypto-cop positions in cyber unit

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SEC to expand Crypto Assets and Cyber Unit to 50 roles. Unit will investigate securities law violations related to digital asset offerings and exchanges, lending and staking products, decentralized finance (DeFi) platforms, non-fungible tokens (NFTs), and stablecoins. Cybercriminals prey on online platforms and exchanges.
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The Washington Post

SEC nearly doubles its crypto enforcement team to police fraud

The top Wall Street regulator is adding personnel to police fraud in the booming cryptocurrency industry.

2 months ago·Washington, United States
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SEC Nearly Doubles Size of Enforcement’s Crypto Assets and Cyber Unit

Washington, DC (STL.News) The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) today announced the allocation of 20 additional positions to the unit responsible for protecting investors in crypto markets and from cyber-related… This News SEC Nearly Doubles Size of Enforcement’s Crypto Assets and Cyber Unit appeared first on STL.News.

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Entrepreneur

SEC Nearly Doubles Size of Crypto Unit to Protect Investors in the $1.7 Trillion Cryptocurrency Market

The Securities and Exchange Commission is adding 20 new positions to the team responsible for protecting crypto investors.

2 months ago·S F, United States
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theregister.com

SEC nearly doubles crypto-cop positions in cyber unit

Policing digital assets sounds more Mission Impossible than NCIS

2 months ago
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SEC.gov | SEC Nearly Doubles Size of Enforcement’s Crypto Assets and Cyber Unit

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SEC doubles the size of its crypto fraud unit

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