Public Fairness AssessmentTM

Should cryptocurrency be regulated as a security?

Consensus Opinion: Yes (55%)
Variations by voter segment
    The verdict: Yes
    A 17,000 RHU reward was shared by 850 winning voters who chose this option.
    1,547 total voters
    How the public jury voted
    Verdict
    850 votes
    "Yes"
    371 votes
    "No"
    326 votes
    "Only if created to raise capital"
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    What happens next

    Disputing parties will be invited to resolve the matter based on this public verdict. If the parties have agreed beforehand to use the results to arbitrate the case the verdict will be binding. If not, the results are nonbinding but can be used as input to guide further negotiation. Depending on the case, results may be distributed to other interested parties such as regulators and media.
    These voters' recommendations earned them special RHUCoin rewards.

    Cohaku maeda: Deploy a worldwide accreditation system. After submitting the application to each government, investment is started.

    Erica Crosland: A cryptocurrency should not be regulated as a security unless it has the features and functions of a security. At the moment there are three types of tokens. Investment tokens (securities), utility tokens and currency tokens. Of these, only the investment token should be regulated as a security.

    Sandra paul: Cryptocurrency should not be subjected to the same regulations as a security. It is a measure of value and should be treated as such