Published on May 17, 2021
While crypto-related enforcement actions by the Securities Exchange Commission began in earnest in 2017, they reached their current peak in 2020. The SEC has brought in nearly $2 billion in penalties from these actions. Emma Newbery writes for The Ascent, “With almost 100 enforcement actions, the SEC is hitting back at crypto crime.”
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