Browsing Concept: The Howey Test

Since 1934, the Howey Test is used to determine whether a transaction is an investment contract under US legislation. There is controversy as to whether a test designed mostly for agricultural produce can be applied to disruptive technologies such as cryptocurrencies.

Browsing 2 results under The Howey Test
Are cloud mining contracts considered securities? Do they satisfy the Howey Test?
The iconic 1946 SCOTUS case of SEC vs Howey established a few simple criteria for what, exactly, constitutes a security. Quoting Findlaw verbatim: Per the Howey Test, an as...
Is cryptocurrency mining still profitable? Is bitcoin mining worth it?
Mining can still be profitable if you have access to decently priced energy, follow a few good practices and build the right rig for the right price. In this article we give you a...