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Consensys: SEC Ends Investigation Into Ethereum 2.0

Mary Liu

Summary: Consensys announced on X that the U.S. SEC Enforcement Division has ended its investigation into Ethereum 2.0, which means that the SEC will not charge that the sale of Ethereum is a securities transaction, marking a major victory for Ethereum developers, technology providers and industry participants. EC Chairman Gary Gensler has been avoiding directly answering ...

Consensys announced on X that the U.S. SEC Enforcement Division has ended its investigation into Ethereum 2.0, which means that the SEC will not charge that the sale of Ethereum is a securities transaction, marking a major victory for Ethereum developers, technology providers and industry participants.

EC Chairman Gary Gensler has been avoiding directly answering the question of whether Ethereum is a security. Consensys said that "the battle continues". The company also requested a statement in the lawsuit that providing user interface software MetaMask Swaps and Staking does not violate securities laws.

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