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The Securities and Gates Commission (SEC) may soon officially launch an investigation into Coinbase’s cryptocurrency trading practices, Bloomberg reports citing his whistleblowers. The investigation will be related to whether Americans can trade unregistered securities.

Last week, the SEC indicated that seven cryptocurrency tokens listed on the Coinbase exchange should be considered stocks as part of a separate investigation into the illegal use of insider trading. The regulator is also considering several other tokens from this exchange. Currently, over 200 cryptocurrencies and tokens are registered on the Coinbase platform. Gary Gensler, chairman of the SEC, previously indicated that Coinbase will be listed as an exchange.

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However, Coinbase itself is calling for clearer regulation. Last week, he petitioned the SEC asking for clear rules on what types of cryptocurrencies can be considered securities. When it comes to cryptocurrencies, there is a significant barrier that prevents the market from reaching maturity. The barrier is that securities regulation for digital tools simply doesn’t work, the petition says. Gieda said she will work with regulators on a possible investigation.

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The Securities and Gates Commission (SEC) may soon officially launch an investigation into Coinbase’s cryptocurrency trading practices, Bloomberg reports citing his whistleblowers. The investigation will be related to whether Americans can trade unregistered securities.

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