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That’s right! With the launch of version update 1.10, Infinito Wallet brings a special offer for users: register your EOS account name free of charge and our team will bear all the expenses! This exciting campaign will only last from 6th to 18th of July with a fixed budget of 1,600 EOS on a first-come, first-served basis. After this budget is burnt out, users will not be able to register EOS account name for free anymore, so act fast and be amongst the first to get your free account name!
There appears to be a lot of confusion regarding the Waves project. A new document is circulating on the internet indicating that the firm behind Waves needs to renew its registration. Failure to do so may result in the company being struck off the UK register and dissolved.
No Real Concern for Waves Holders
Although the document in question seems to indicate that something is amiss with the Waves project, that is not necessarily the case. All this document states is that the Waves parent company must renew its registration with the UK government within the next two months. Failure to do so will result in Waves Platform Ltd. being removed from the Companies House register and dissolved.
If you own EOS or eosDAC ERC20 tokens, you need to register your Ethereum address with an EOS public address to receive the coins on the EOS network. This article will show you step by step how to register your coins.
Moving to the Mainnet
After a nearly year-long ICO, the EOS main net is finally ready to launch. The EOS token was originally created on the Ethereum blockchain to raise money for development, with the idea that the tokens would be transferable to the mainnet once it launches. The token contracts themselves are hard coded to stop working at a specific date and time. For EOS, the date is June 2, 2018, at 11:59 UTC. For eosDAC, it is June 1, 2018, at 11:59 UTC.
The Securities and Exchange Commision (SEC) has issued a new report warning about the dangers of unregulated crypto exchanges and stated that all trading platforms exchanging digital assets that are considered securities must register with the SEC.
Does That Mean ALL Exchanges Have to Register with the SEC?
On March 7, 2018, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commision (SEC) published a new report regarding the current state of cryptocurrency exchanges and the potential risks for investors. The report states that some ICOs, digital assets, and cryptocurrencies could be classified as “securities” and thus each trading platforms that exchange them must register with the SEC and comply with necessary regulations. The report states:
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0:28 **MyCrypto gives back the MEW twitter account**
— MyCrypto.com (@MyCrypto) February 15, 2018
2:30 **Binance will register your EOS tokens**
Anyone who holds $EOS tokens at Binance and is concerned whether or not they have to register the ERC-20 tokens themselves in order to receive genuine EOS tokens when the new blockchain goes live – I finally had a reply from Binance pic.twitter.com/7xDeCFSwPT