“Are you a crypto entrepreneur who settled charges with the SEC for fear of drawn-out litigation? But you don’t think you actually did anything wrong?

Turns out you can’t tell us even if you wanted to.

When you settle charges with U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, you become bound by the SEC’s decades-long “neither admit nor deny” policy, which hinders your ability to speak freely about the specifics of your case, and explicitly prohibits you from even implying  that the government’s allegations are without merit.”

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