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The CFTC just charged BitMEX with illegally operating a derivatives trading platform.
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BTC Times @btcThe CFTC has charged the owners of BitMEX with illegally operating a cryptocurrency derivatives trading platform and anti-money laundering violations. According to reports, the firm's CTO was arrested this morning. @ecurrencyhodler reports https://t.co/b0giktE4Jv
CFTC slaps for illegally operating a crypto exchange. This is a strong statement by U.S. government that cryptos are a financial derivative and that crypto trading will be regulated.
Early thoughts on the Bitmex indictment. A. charges are serious, including evading iran sanctions. B. A half dozen other large exchanges are probably at risk of similar action. C. defi doesn't win to this short-term, but also very unlikely to face
BTC and crypto markets fall following news of a CFTC civil enforcement action against BitMEX and its owners, Arthur Hayes, Ben Delo, and Samuel Reed.
🚨 The CFTC just charged BitMEX with illegally operating a derivatives trading platform. But the *much* bigger news: USAO-SDNY has indicted Arthur Hayes & colleagues on criminal charges for Bank Secrecy Act violations. Maximum penalty: 5 years in prison. justice.gov/usao-sdny/pr/f…