SEC Charges Impact Theory in First NFT-Related Lawsuit Over Unregistered Token Sales

SEC Charges Impact Theory in First NFT-Related Lawsuit Over Unregistered Token Sales

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Impact theory which is a entertainment and media company wanted to make the next Disney and at that time it starting to inviting it is investors to purchasing it’s Non-Fungible Tokens.The security & exchange commission of the US deciding to have charged against this company as it sold unregistered tokens to it is investors in the months of October to the December in the year of 2021.

This company in of the Los Angeles, is been raised millions of dollars through these way. The company have violating the 1933 Securities Act by doing the selling of the token with doing it is registration. These offering and selling is called as the Founder’s Key the company is described it as of very high value and it would providing the investors with very high returns.

The company now facing a lot of penalties because of doing this thing which is illegal. Many more action will be taken on them for this. These theory is failed to providing correct disclosures of mainly protecting only the security offering which leaving the  user people at the risk which not good for them. This company’s sold a lot of the tokens to many of the investors.

Impact Theory has been accused of enticing in the sale of non fungible tokens  without registration in particular supplying tokens as funding possibilities without the vital regulatory oversight. NFTs have emerged as an progressive method for buying, promoting and trading art, collectibles and different precise items, on blockchain structures.

These SEC needs to be stated that the sale of NFTs, by Impact Theory to a the public can be categorized as a an shape of securities as of it includes an of the anticipation of earnings derived from an a the efforts of others.

This action taken place first time for sold of the not registered tokens. This signaling to taking a new effort for the Non-fungible tokens as their become popular year-by-year. This company have agreeing to pay around $6 million in of the penalties.

The company’s is also agreed to destroying the remaining Non-fungible tokens which is in the control of the company. 2 commissioners have giving the written consent to this and also it has motivated the commission to give proper guidance to this tokens.


The this commission of this US is involving in the digital assets & the securities around country of the US and now as is has taking a step forward and reaching into the NFT’S and it is amazing to knowing this. This also showing that it is payed the close attention to the statements and the representations that been made to all of an investors, this including social media websites as well.The business of this company will be being different than the old NFT places of market due which the commission identifying many of the public statements which being making by the company.

FAQ’ s

Q1- What main function the SEC doing?

The U. S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has a three-part mission: Protect investors. Maintain fair, orderly, and efficient markets. Facilitate capital formation.

Q2- How is the SEC doing the protecting of the investors?

The SEC protection of the investors by putting the rules and the orders of the government in the US so to make sure there is being a fairness and justice to the investors.

Q3- What doing is the effects of it ?

It effects you by make suring that it is safe to buying, selling stocks and the mutual funds.

Q5- What do you meaning by NFT?

NFT stands for non-fungible tokens, it is a digital assets which is been traded online it also treated as of the digital assets.

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Maria Morgan is a full-time cryptocurrency journalist at Coinography. She is graduate in Political Science and Journalism from London, her writing is centered around cryptocurrency news, regulation and policy-making across the glob.

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