Sushi’s Head Chef Releases Statement Over SEC Subpoena

Sushi’s Head Chef Releases Statement Over SEC Subpoena

Sushi DAO’s head chef, Jared Grey, has released a statement addressing the subpoena served against himself and the protocol by the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).  In a Friday blog post on the Sushi Forum, Grey decided to address the growing concerns of the Sushi community using an FAQ format which he claims […]

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