Titanium Blockchain Infrastructure Services (TBIS) is the latest ICO project charged with fraud by the SEC. The Commission announced on May 29th that a court order had been obtained against the project. Michael Alan Stollery, the CEO of TBIS, is also under investigation by the regulatory body. The TBIS ICO Campaign TBIS was touted as a revolutionary blockchain-based enterprise network infrastructure service. The project offers, supposedly, “ready-to-use” solutions for corporations so they wouldn’t have to
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