Crypto strategist and influencer Tyler Swope names five altcoins, which he believes will likely not be the target of the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). In a new video, Swope says that its 163,000 subscribers can foretell future actions against other crypto projects in the SEC’s case against Ripple.


These altcoins will not be on the SEC’s radar

Swope highlights an elite group of altcoins that it doesn’t think will likely be targeted. He says he tops the safe list of tokens of decentralized autonomous organizations (DAO), such as PieDAO’s DOUGH.

“If an altcoin or project has never received any funding from investors, it’s clear that they won’t have much to worry about right now. More importantly, a project is run by the DAO, a decentralized autonomous organization. So there is no company to go after the token like a company called Ripple. “

Watch out for these two coins

Swope also says projects that raise funds with SEC approval should also be safe. He talks about two major projects that got the green light from the regulator: Energy Web Chain (EWT) and DApp for the energy field, and Blockstack (STX), the smart contract builder.

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Swope draws attention to the statement by Energy Web CEO Walter Kok, who said that regulatory compliance is a must when running the project operation on a global scale.

As for Blockstack, Swope points out that the project is the first to submit an SEC-approved token offer to the public through Regulation A +, which he calls a “mini IPO (initial public offering).”

Another safe token, according to Swope, are projects that launch airdrops such as the decentralized exchange Uniswap (UNI) and the decentralized exchange aggregator 1inch.


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