Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, who are among the biggest holders of bitcoin and are the founders of crypto exchange Gemini,
Ohio was the “first in flight.” Now it claims to be the first to accept cryptocurrency. BlockTelegraph caught up with James
If the SEC were a sports team measured by its “win” rate, it would be a runaway champ. But that
Not everyone that backs a cryptocurrency has a company or organization behind her. Some industry evangelists — and sometimes the
Crypto hedge fund Crypto Asset Management has settled with the SEC after charges of breaking securities laws.
The IRS wants your money — and that means crypto gains, too. In July, the IRS announced it would be
Three countries, Hungary, Singapore, and China recently made move to change cryptocurrency regulations.
The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) continues to investigate ICO scams. SEC has now clamped down on Tomahawk Exploration LLC.
The U.S. SEC is citing market confusion in its decision to suspend U.S. trading of XBT’s Bitcoin Tracker One and Ether Tracker One.
Big names often attract big attention. In these cases, that might include the SEC.
Place your bets on the future of gambling on the blockchain.
Germany’s no. 2 stock exchange, Börse Stuttgart, is developing an ICO platform to help blockchain start-ups launch ICOs that stay on the right side of regulations.
The EU continues to send mixed signals on regulating the crypto ecosystem; it needs to tread carefully in order to balance the needs of its member states.
There have been questions about the US SEC’s jurisdiction over ICOs. However, the latest pronouncement from a US district judge has affirmed the authority of the SEC in ICO regulation probes.
Elad L. Roisman is the SEC’s newest Commissioner, bringing much experience to the table. With his appointment, it’s possible that a Bitcoin Exchange-Traded Fund could finally be approved.
The Long Island Iced Tea company’s rebrand, Long Blockchain Company, has set off some red flags with regulatory agencies in the U.S. The company was recently served with a subpoena.
Comparatively, Japan has been a much more welcoming country to the growth of cryptocurrency. Prime Minister Shinzō Abe’s economic plan is a major factor in this.