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Wrapped eETH(WEETH)

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$3,996.50
(-1.45%)
0.05880238 BTC
Market Cap (Rank#27)
$4,898,042,276
72,067 BTC
Vol 24h
$60,592
0.891511 BTC
Circulating Supply
1,225,582.57
Max Supply
?
319 days agocryptodaily
Blockchain Association Demands SEC-Prometheum Investigation
The Blockchain Association has alleged that Prometheum’s Broker-Dealer license approval by the SEC is part of a “sweetheart deal” between the two. BA Appeals To SEC Inspector Prometheum Ember Capital, a Special Purpose Broker-Dealer (SPBD), has come under scrutiny due to potential impropriety surrounding its approval by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). The Blockchain Association (BA), a leading nonprofit organization advocating for a pro-innovation policy environment for the digital asset economy, has called for an investigation by the SEC's Office of Inspector General, Deborah Jeffrey. The group has alleged that Prometheum has benefitted from a “sweetheart deal” with the regulatory body, in which the former received license approval in return for co-CEO Aaron Kaplan’s testimony in the House Financial Services Committee in June. How Did Prometheum Obtain SEC Approval? The SEC has maintained an overtly hostile approach towards the digital assets industry, motivated by its Chair Gary Gensler's stance that all digital assets, except for Bitcoin, should be classified as securities. Amidst this hostility, Prometheum managed to obtain a first-of-its-kind license to operate as an SPBD, raising ethical concerns from several US lawmakers considering the circumstances surrounding it. The fact that the company has no working product or asset listings goes against the SEC’s recent actions against Coinbase and Binance, where it deemed that exchange, clearing, and broker-dealer functions should be separated into distinct entities. BA Alleges “Sweetheart Deal” In an effort to shed light on these matters, the Blockchain Association submitted a request under the Freedom of Information Act to the Commission on June 16, 2023, seeking relevant documents and communications. As the industry awaits answers, the Association urges the Office of Inspector General to initiate an investigation to uncover any impropriety or confirm the absence of any wrongdoing in these allegations. The investigation will serve to address the concerns raised and ensure transparency and fairness within the digital asset industry. The group has alleged that Prometheum received preferential treatment from the SEC because co-CEO Aaron Kaplan had testified before the Congress supporting the SEC’s stance that new legislation for digital assets is unnecessary. The association writes, “Prometheum…promotes the same false narrative propounded by Chair Gensler that there exists a clear pathway to registration for digital assets and legislation is unnecessary. Echoing this narrative, on June 13, 2023, co-CEO of Prometheum, Aaron Kaplan, testified before Congress, stating that new legislation is not in the best interest in the investing public or blockchain industry.” “SEC Chair Impeding Legislation Efforts”: BA Representing over 100 member companies like Circle, Kraken, and Digital Currency Group in the blockchain industry, the Blockchain Association aims to promote regulatory clarity and educate policymakers, regulators, courts, and the public about the benefits of blockchain technology. The Association is particularly concerned that Chair Gensler is using Prometheum and the SPBD licensure process to impede congressional efforts toward legislation by perpetuating the false narrative that the law is already clear regarding digital asset securities. Disclaimer: This article is provided for informational purposes only. It is not offered or intended to be used as legal, tax, investment, financial, or other advice.
320 days agocointelegraph
Blockchain Association calls for investigation into Prometheum over alleged 'sweetheart' SEC deal
The group raised concerns over Prometheum's changing position on crypto regulatory clarity and under what circumstances the firm obtained a special purpose broker-dealer license.

About Wrapped eETH?

The live price of Wrapped eETH (WEETH) today is 3,996.50 USD, and with the current circulating supply of Wrapped eETH at 1,225,582.57 WEETH, its market capitalization stands at 4,898,042,276 USD. In the last 24 hours WEETH price has moved 47.6001 USD or 0.01% while 89,554 USD worth of WEETH has been traded on various exchanges. The current valuation of WEETH puts it at #27 in cryptocurrency rankings based on market capitalization.

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Wrapped eETH Price3,996.50 USD
Market Rank#27
Market Cap4,898,042,276 USD
24h Volume60,592 USD
Circulating Supply1,225,582.57 WEETH
Max SupplyNo data
Yesterday's Market Cap4,891,629,568 USD
Yesterday's Open / Close3,983 USD / 4,030.60 USD
Yesterday's High / Low4,093.23 USD / 3,983 USD
Yesterday's Change
0.01% ( 47.6001 USD )
Yesterday's Volume89,553.50 USD
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