The Texas State Securities Board has shut down an initial coin offering (ICO) that it claims used fake endorsements from Jennifer Aniston and other celebrities to fraudulently promote its token sale. Filed on Wednesday, the emergency cease-and-desist order alleges that — in addition to illegally peddling unregistered securities — Wind Wide Coin used photographs of

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