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U.S. SEC Director of Corporate Finance, William Hinman announced on the Thursday, the 14th of June 2018, that the SEC will not be classifying Bitcoin and more importantly Ethereum as a security.

There has been large uncertainty in the market regarding Ethereum and the danger that it might be labeled a security at some point in the future. This seems to know be settled as he stated that the main reason was that Ethereum is a decentralized network. Hinman furhter said that there is no 3rd party taking profit off of it and that the SEC see it more like a commodity like gold and silver.

"Based on my understanding of the present state of ether, the Ethereum network, and its decentralized structure, current offers and sales of ether are not securities transactions," Hinman said.


It was not all good news as the SEC head did indicate that not all ICOs would be classified as securities but that many might be in the future. This means that there will be som

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Identification with the IAME


How does identification function with IAME’s system?

Since we announced our project of developing a decentralised fragmented identification system, there has been much interest in what the technology is all about. We’ve been asked questions about how the tech would work and look to all parties engaging in the transaction. We are happy to announce that we built two prototypes – one for identification and one for validation. You can personally engage them and see how both function by visiting the identification prototype and the validation prototype. In this prototype, we run through how the IAME based identification functions from the perspective of a user.

What is DFI?


Decentralised fragmented is the method that IAME’s system leverages to reinvent the entire Blockchain identity process. With DFI, the data shared in these transactions is rendered worthless, given that it is first fragmented and then distributed among a series of independent third-parties – we discuss the vali

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Cryptocurrency Regulation – South Korea’s Impact

    Crypto-traders can breathe a sigh of relief. One of the biggest fears and speculations that had the crypto world on edge in recent weeks was South Korea’s legislative maneuvers regarding cryptocurrency regulation. Many reports leading into the month of January indicated that the South Korean government was considering an all-out ban on cryptocurrency and crypto-markets, citing fears that it was hindering their anti-money laundering initiatives. However, the most recent statements from the government have put these fears to rest and it appears that the government has instead chosen the path of greater regulation as opposed to criminalisation.  

Following weeks of mixed messages from officials, the government officially announced in a statement released on January 23rd details of the new cryptocurrency regulation that kicked in on January 30th. While we are yet to see the full impact of the regulations, officials highlighted that the new regulations would only allow cryptocurrency t

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