Crypto Filings and Disclosure
CryptoFilings is a central hub for crypto projects to upload information on their project to increase regulatory transparency through financial statements, or public disclosure of material events. CryptoFilings also offers a wide range of other services such as legal, smart contract auditing, and corporate advisory services to assist projects in adhering to future compliance and regulatory requirements.
CryptoFilings assists projects in building greater regulatory compliance through financial statements and public disclosure of material events.
CORPORATE AND LEGAL ADVISORY
CryptoFiling assists new projects in navigating the every changing regulatory compliance environment of the cryptocurrency industry. Our team can assisting in public disclosure and transparency, adhering to 'Blue Sky' laws, and helping develop a regulatory framework around your project.
NEWS AND DISCLOSURES
CryptoFiling also helps projects in public disclosure of material and non-material events through our network of news disclosure outlets. We can assist your project in disseminating your news out through number of wire services and social platforms to better communication your story to the financial community.
- Quarterly, Annual Financial Reports
- Material Public Disclosures
- SEC and EDGAR Filings
- Investor Presentations
- Research Reports
- News Announcements
President Biden to Sign Executive Order on Ensuring Responsible Development of Digital Assets
President Biden to sign an Executive Order outlining the first ever, whole-of-government approach to addressing the risks and harnessing the potential benefits of digital assets and their underlying technology. The Order lays out a national policy for digital assets across six key priorities: consumer and investor protection; financial stability; illicit finance; U.S. leadership in the global financial system and economic competitiveness; financial inclusion; and responsible innovation.
Specifically, the Executive Order calls for measures to:
Protect U.S. Consumers, Investors, and Businesses by directing the Department of the Treasury and other agency partners to assess and develop policy recommendations to address the implications of the growing digital asset sector and changes in financial markets for consumers, investors, businesses, and equitable economic growth. The Order also encourages regulators to ensure sufficient oversight and safeguard against any systemic financial risks posed by digital assets.