• Coinbase has filed a lawsuit against the SEC in order to get clarity on cryptocurrency regulations.
• DeFi projects like DigiToads (TOADS) are gaining attention, especially from Bitcoin whales.
• DigiToads is distinguished by its transparency, doxxed team, audited core code, and listing on BitMart exchange.
Coinbase Sues The SEC
Coinbase, a premier cryptocurrency exchange, has recently taken legal action against the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), seeking a public response to a petition submitted months ago. This petition asked whether the crypto industry can be regulated under existing frameworks.
Increased Crypto Scrutiny
As the SEC increases its enforcement actions and warnings against crypto exchanges, investors are becoming increasingly cautious. This unease between the crypto community and U.S. regulators regarding the compatibility of crypto businesses within the United States highlights the importance of regulatory clarity for emerging cryptocurrencies like DigiToads.
DigiToads: A Credible Crypto
DigiToads has chosen to break away from anonymity often linked to malicious practices with its transparency and establishing a doxxed team, audited core code, and listing on one of the biggest centralized exchanges – BitMart exchange. This acts as a major green flag for the project and attracts a diverse range of investors including Bitcoin whales.
Rich Utility & Widespread Popularity
The widespread popularity of DigiToads is largely due to its rich utility features which include revolutionary altcoin boasting unique functionalities such as smart contracts that allow users to create their own decentralized applications (dApps).
The lawsuit filed by Coinbase is an effort to compel the SEC to provide clarity on cryptocurrency regulations while projects like DigiToads are gaining popularity due to their increased transparency and utility features which attract diverse investors including Bitcoin whales