SEC Orders Salt Lending to Refund Investors in Its $47M ICO

SEC Orders Salt Lending to Refund Investors in Its $47M ICO

The SEC has confirmed it is taking action against SALT Lending after ruling the company's $47-million ICO was an illegal securities issuance.


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