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Kim Kardashian Agrees To $1.26 Million Settlement With SEC After 'Unlawfully Touting Crypto Security'

OK! Magazine Monday, 3 October 2022
Kim Kardashian Agrees To $1.26 Million Settlement With SEC After 'Unlawfully Touting Crypto Security'Kim Kardashian settled $1.26 million in charges with the SEC after breaching anti-touting crypto security laws.
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News video: Kim Kardashian Pays Over $1 Million Fine to SEC Over Crypto Promo

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Kim Kardashian , Pays Over $1 Million Fine to SEC , Over Crypto Promo. NBC reports that Kim Kardashian has agreed to pay a $1.26 million fine for unlawfully promoting a cryptocurrency on Instagram. According to Securities and Exchange Commission officials, Kardashian failed to disclose that she...

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