South Korean prosecutors reportedly raided the offices of three cryptocurrency exchanges on suspicion of siphoning off funds from customers’ accounts.
The watchdog has warned the public over a crypto investment platform that is allegedly violating securities laws in the country.
The Thai Cabinet has provisionally passed two royal decree drafts aimed at regulating cryptocurrencies, a report states.
A senator in the Philippines is hoping to usher in harsher penalties for crimes that involve cryptocurrencies.
China’s information and technology ministry aims to establish a standards committee to boost the development of blockchain in the country.
South Korea’s ban on initial coin offerings (ICOs) could be relaxed in the months ahead, according to a new report.
A former Thai official is calling for brining proper regulation on all cryptocurrencies and initial coin offerings in the country.
PBoC’s governor Zhou Xiaochuan takes aim at cryptocurrency speculation in a press conference on Friday.
Misused office equipment gets IT staff in trouble.
Japanese cryptocurrency exchange Coincheck has said it plans to compensate victims of its January hack starting next week.
Japan’s Financial Services Agency is halting the operation of two domestic crypto exchanges while requiring six exchanges to report improvement plans.
Mt Gox’s bankruptcy trustee has sold $400 million worth of cryptocurrencies in the past few months.
Chinese regulators are reportedly blocking social media accounts held by cryptocurrency exchanges that still offer services in the country.
An official from China’s Securities Regulatory Commission said complete decentralization is not the best way to reap blockchain’s benefits.
The crypto mine launched by Japanese IT firm GMO Internet has generated more than $3 million in revenue over the past three months.
At China’s annual “Two Sessions” political event, policy advisors have made a wide range of comments on the future of blockchain in the country.
One U.S. senator thinks the Trump administration isn’t doing enough to deter North Korean attacks on cryptocurrency users and exchanges.
Singapore’s de facto central bank, the Monetary Authority of Singapore, is looking at whether new regulations are needed to protect crypto investors.
China’s police force isn’t just focusing on domestic crypto activities, they’re eyeing overseas exchange platforms as well, according to reports.
Japanese exchange Coincheck is facing another class action lawsuit demanding cryptocurrency refunds and compensation for hack losses.