The US Securities and Exchange Commission will kick off its crypto road trip on March 26th in San Francisco. The SEC’s Strategic Hub for Innovation and Financial Technology (FinHub) will open its doors from 12:00 – 4:00 p.m. to crypto and blockchain entrepreneurs to field questions about how to determine if an instrument is a security, and how to handle securities registration, trading registration and more.
March 26th will mark the first of the Commission’s “local peer-to-peer” meetings around the US, allowing fintech leaders to speak in person with regulators. The outreach effort is designed to open the lines of communication between regulators and innovators in the digital asset space.
- Advisory services related to digital assets
- Digital Assets
- Digital Asset Trading Platforms
- Digital Marketplace Financing
The road trip announcement follows recent statements made by SEC Chief Jay Clayton who confirms that Ethereum is not a security.
You can engage with the SEC here.