“The U.S. SEC has taken some steps to provide clarity to blockchain companies, but it’s widely believed that the agency has not been active enough with respect to providing regulation. Now the securities regulator is apparently interested in engaging an “enterprise-wide data subscription for blockchain ledger data.”
“Congressman Warren Davidson, among other lawmakers, believes that the U.S. should come up with clearer guidelines so that companies can begin adhering to the new regulations. In fact, Minnesota Congressman Tim Emmer believes that the blockchain might be essential to making sure that the U.S. stays ahead of other countries technologically. He points out that blockchain may dramatically change the way that people live, previously stating: …” Read the full article here.
Source: SEC Launches Search for Blockchain Data Service to Help ‘Monitor Risk’ – By Neil Mathew, July 5, 2019. Cryptocurrency News.