Bread Token to Update Mobile App

In the first week of April the application will fully support Ethereum in addition to Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash
26 March 2018   1215

Bread token is the simple and secure way to get started with crypto. BRD allows users to hold Bitcoin in their own hands. By connecting directly to the bitcoin network, users don’t have to rely on the company to access their bitcoins, and thecompany can't monitor their financial activity or control what they do with their money.

The team has already released initial SegWit capability supporting the ability to send BTC to bech32 addresses, and laying the foundation for full SegWit functionality going forward. Bread token has announced that in April 2018 it will deliver tangible benefits to BRD token holders who retain enough tokens. 

The next release is scheduled for the first week of April, when the application will fully support Ethereum, in addition to bitcoin and bitcoin cash, all decentralized. In April, ERC-20 token functionality will be made available exclusively to the current beta testers who are holding ETH and BRD, a group that is now closed to new applicants.

Moreover, the Rewards Waterfall program will be launched in April along with benefits which will be provided to to large holders of BRD tokens. The token team will also carry out an airdrop in order to celebrate the release of full Ethereum support the first week of April.

California Court to Issue a Temporary Ban on Blockvest

SEC had found a lot of violations, including the "approval" of non-existed "Blockchain Exchange Commission"
15 February 2019   123

The Southern District of California Court, represented by Judge Gonzalo Kuriel, issued a preliminary ban against BlockOw ICO-startup Blockvest LLC and its founder Reginald Buddy Ringold (Rasul Abdul Rahim El), citing violations of securities laws in the past and possible violations in the future.

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Court ruled that the BLV tokenail violated the norms of section 17 of the Securities Act of 1933, and recognized tokens as unregistered securities.

November last year, Judge Gonzalo Curiel refused to recognize the Blockvest project token as a security, because the SEC could not prove otherwise.