We welcome requests for meetings and other assistance relating to FinTech issues arising under the federal securities laws.
Please use the form below to request a meeting or assistance from SEC staff.
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General Instructions for the Use of This Form
Answers to many questions are available on this website. Before you contact FinHub, please visit “Spotlight on Initial Coin Offerings and Digital Assets” and the materials linked from that page, which answer some of the most common questions we receive regarding digital assets. For assistance conducting research on this website, see Researching the Federal Securities Laws through the SEC Website. Also note that some resources for conducting research are available through the Corporation Finance home page, Division of Investment Management home page, and the Division of Trading and Markets home page.
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