“The screening process seeks to protect crypto investors from fraud, said the SEC’s secretary general Rapee Sujikitkul. He elaborated that getting green light from watchdog does not necessarily mean a certain token offering will prove successful. Investors should closely examine the available information and accept the involved risk, Rapee warned.”See more for yourself, here. It does seem pretty clear that the SEC are not planning on damaging the cryptocurrency industry and that they do want trading and crypto engagement to flourish. They are however clearly concerned about the risks associated with ICO investment, so want to ensure that investors and traders in Thailand have access to only safe and moderating ICO opportunities. In turn, this will go on to reduce occurrences of cyber-crime associated with ICOs and may very well go a long way towards ensuring that ICO culture is able to grow with the crypto-sphere and not become marginalised as many people currently fear it will.