Canadian regulator alleges OKEx operator violated securities law

Canadian regulator alleges OKEx operator violated securities law

The commission has made similar allegations against Bybit, crypto exchange KuCoin and Polo Digital Assets. The Ontario Securities Commission claimed Aux Cayes FinTech Company Limited, a legal entity in the Republic of Seychelles that operates crypto exchange OKEx, has failed to comply with the province’s law governing securities.In an Aug. 18 notice, the Ontario Securities Commission, or OSC, alleged that Aux Cayes may have engaged in illegal activity and could face regulatory action if it fails to cooperate with authorities. According to the OSC, crypto asset products offered through OKEx....


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