The SEC stopped its Ethereum 2.0 investigation after Consensys filed a lawsuit, claiming that ETH is a commodity and hence not subject to the SEC's authority. This decision follows public and Congressional pressure. Consensys, a software provider, wants legal clarification to avoid being classified as securities or brokers. This ruling is viewed as a major victory for the cryptocurrency sector, underlining the importance of precise regulatory restrictions.

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