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When the exchange was launched, the SEC didn't mention that ether was a security or tokens for that matter. How can they came back years later and back-charge for things that were not illegal at the time? Seems largely unfair and plain greedy. Are 0x protocol relayers next to be charged by the SEC?

almost certainly yes

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