It’s that TIME folks,,, We have CRYPTO RATINGS. And I’m not talking about just any crypto ratings, I’m talking about are these cryptocurrencies a “security” or not ratings. Let’s gather round yee non-lawyers and talk about it.

“Coinbase, Kraken and others develop a system to rate cryptocurrencies on likelihood they are securities”, The Block

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** This is not financial advice and these are simply my own opinions, as such, this should not be treated as explicit financial, trading or otherwise investment advice. This is not explicit advice to buy these cryptos, do you own research.**


16 replies
  1. Damien
    Damien says:

    Someone answer this for me please. If something IS deemed a security, why does it even matter to an investor at this point? Unless I’m mistaken, some these exchanges have now been authorized to trade securities. Does anyone know which exchanges have done this or applied to do so?

  2. william whitmore
    william whitmore says:

    Ratings?????? A group of Cypto Exchanges forming an alliance to self regulate. Some might call them (Centralized Exchanges) in a decentralized goal oriented space. (1 to 5 ) five being a (Centralized Exchange). Coinbase gets a (5), Kraken gets a (5), Poloniex gets a (4), Bittrex gets a (4), Binance gets a (1).

  3. Patrick Delgado
    Patrick Delgado says:

    Whether Coins or tokens are sold as "securities" and the SEC not allowing US citizens invest in such Tokens is wrong imo. I understand they say they want to "protect investors" but how else will the average investor learn? By only letting "Accredited Investors" participate in these Sales (ICO'S, IEO's, etc.) it only lets the wealthy make these investments making them more wealthy and excludes the normal person(s) from capitalizing on great investment opportunities…

  4. ThePaull3d
    ThePaull3d says:

    The world isn't the US tho. Trading on DEXs and foreign exchanges will still go on, it will be a hit but it won't be the end. If I remember correctly, the US has a big influence on legislation in the developed world but concerning financial freedom when it comes to investing, most countries are way more free.


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