Tag Archives: Blockchain

QBie™ Spotlight: Cryptanite Blockchain Technologies Corp. (OTCQB: CRBTF)

QBie™ Spotlight joins John Eagleton, CEO of Cryptanite Blockchain Technologies Corp. (OTCQB: CRBTF), to discuss one of the OTCQB’s newest additions. CRBTF joined the OTCQB on June 26, 2018. Cryptanite also trades under CSE: NITE and FRA: AA98.   What does Cryptanite do? John Eagleton (CEO – OTCQB: CRBTF): “Cryptanite is a blockchain technology company leveraging the power of blockchain technologies to

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SEC Obtains Penny Stock Bar For Perpetrator of Initial Coin Offering Fraud

This week, the Securities and Exchange Commission obtained permanent officer-and-director and penny stock bars against the founder of a company who perpetrated a fraudulent initial coin offering (ICO) to fund oil exploration and drilling in California. According to the SEC’s order, David T. Laurance and Tomahawk Exploration LLC attempted to raise money through the sale of blockchain-based digital tokens called

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SEC Subpoenas MicroCap Public Company Following Claimed Blockchain Pivot

Long Blockchain Corp. (OTC: LBCC) has had a roller coaster few years. The company, formerly know as Long Island Iced Tea, uplisted from the OTC to the Nasdaq in 2016. Since uplisting, the company pivoted away from iced tea and into blockchain, was de-listed from the Nasdaq, and is currently listed on the OTC Pink “No Information.” Because LBCC is currently delinquent

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SEC Charges Attorney With Illegal Sales of Blockchain Company’s MicroCap Stock

On Monday, the Securities and Exchange Commission charged two men alleged to have profited from illegal sales of stock of a company claiming to have a blockchain-related business. According to the SEC’s complaint, attorney T.J. Jesky and his law firm’s business affairs manager, Mark F. DeStefano, made approximately $1.4 million by selling shares in UBI Blockchain Internet Ltd. over a

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Five Takeaways For Blockchain Companies Looking to Reg A+ For Security Token Offerings (STOs)

In a recent LinkedIn post, Darren Marble of CrowdfundX shared five realities for US blockchain companies looking to Reg A+ for their Security Token Offerings (STOs). According to Marble “US blockchain companies are now looking to Reg A+ to run their Security Token Offerings (STOs). However, it seems that there are many misconceptions.” 1. You need an auditor. Reg A+ requires

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Last Eight Months Have Been a Roller-Coaster For MicroCap Crypto Companies

Starting in late 2017, many microcap companies pivoted to blockchain or crypto business models. In a similar fashion to the microcap companies that pivoted to cannabis a few years ago, companies who entered the crypto business saw their stock prices pop. We’ve compiled some of our most popular articles on MicroCap Crypto Companies below.   August 2017 – SEC Suspends

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Nasdaq To Delist Long Blockchain With Trading To Move To OTC Markets

On Tuesday, Long Blockchain Corp. (NasdaqCM: LBCC) announced that the Company received a delisting determination letter from the Hearings Panel of The Nasdaq Stock Market relating to the Company’s common stock. In December, Long Island Iced Tea Corp. rebranded as “Long Blockchain Corp.” and saw its stock price rise to highs of about $10. LBCC currently sits at around $1 with

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SEC Investigating Nasdaq Listed Cryptocurrency Reg A

The SEC is investigating trading activity in shares of LongFin Corp (Nasdaq: LFIN) according to a 10-K the company filed this week. LongFin’s stock had soared more than 1,000 percent in two days after the company announced in mid-December it was buying a microlending company using the same blockchain technology as bitcoin. The blockchain connection and related price spike made

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OTC Markets Executive Shares Thoughts On MicroCap Pivots to Blockchain

Last week, Business Insider spoke with Jason Paltrowitz, executive vice president at OTC Markets, about the ongoing cryptocurrency and blockchain craze. Many microcap issuers have added blockchain elements to their business descriptions in recent months. As a result, the stock prices of many of these issuers have spiked. “Some of its kind of funny, companies that one day were making

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