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History of the HODL
In bitcoins volatile and roller coaster past, "HODL" was the meme that bound the cryptocurrency community together. It stood for the proposition that we all believe in the future of bitcoin. It's both funny and insightful.
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Ethereum is not a security, at least in the view of U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) director of corporate finance William Hinman.
Speaking at the Yahoo! All Markets Summit: Crypto event in San Francisco Thursday, the official told the audience that the agency "doesn't see a lot of value in treating ether today as a security," explaining that the fact that there is no central figure or group responsible for ethereum, and therefore "the assets may not represent an investment contract." The statements are the latest in a long line of remarks that have found various regulatory officials opining on whether the nature of the sale in which ether was issued made it subject to U.S. securities laws. Such a view has been advanced largely by former regulators, while the SEC has largely spoken generally (and sometimes derogatorily) about ICOs and token sales.
In pre-written remarks today, Hinman said:
"Based on my understanding of the present state of ether, the ethereum network and its decentralized structure, current offers and sales of ether are not securities transactions."
That being said, Hinman cautioned that "the analysis of whether something is a security is not static and does not strictly inherent to the instrument."
He also pushed back on the idea that there can be utility tokens which are not securities, saying "even digital assets with utility that function solely as a means of exchange in a decentralized network could be packaged and sold as an investment strategy that can be a security."
Other cryptocurrencies, by Hinman's explanation, can still be classified as securities. While a token in and of itself may not be a security, the purchaser's expectation during a sale will determine its classification, he said. If a purchaser has a reasonable expectation of profit based on the seller's actions, the token is likely a security.
Do your research!... Blockchain technology is already being implemented by many big companies, some of which are creating their own cryptocurrencies. The way that we determine value is about to change in front of our eyes. Mercantilism. I can’t predict the future, but after doing research, I believe some of these cryptos will skyrocket in value over the next few years, while the majority will fail... STEEM is the one that has me most intrigued.
💎 BELIEVE IN YOURSELF 💎 There will be times that you doubt yourself and wonder if you’re doing the right thing! Know that everything you are doing and the work you are putting in day and night will amount to something one day as long as you don’t quit 🚀 Tag a friend!🔑