Konstantin Ignatov has again had his sentencing date adjourned while he continues to cooperate with U. prosecutors.
The District of Columbia Bar approved crypto payments for lawyers’ fees in an ethics opinion.
Following a sharp drop in the Wirecard stock price, the German shareholders’ body holds EY responsible for not alerting the public sooner over the firm’s accounting failures.
A Florida judge threw out a motion for sanctions against Wright saying the lawsuit over 1.1 million BTC would be better decided by a jury.
The Bank of Korea has set up a legal panel to advise on possible regulatory sticking points for a future CBDC issuance.
The Blockchain Association is claiming that the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is wrongfully conflating Kik’s exempt offering of securities during a 2017 ICO with the issuance of kin tokens
The judge pointed to the fact that Wright has previously been accused of abusing attorney-client privilege in the Kleiman case.
The accused scammers argue they are unable to follow medical advice in an enclosed jail environment.
A new blockchain called Hive is being told it needs to change its name just days after it was created in a fork from Steem.
Singapore’s Court of Appeals ruled against digital currency exchange Quoine on Monday in a landmark case relating to a breach of contract that saw the platform unlawfully reverse seven trades.
French prosecutors have charged Vinnik on counts of extortion, aggravated money laundering, conspiracy and more.
In the latest contract dispute to hit the firm, $680,000 belonging to a fully owned subsidiary of bitcoin mining giant Bitmain has been frozen by a Chinese court.
Nordea Bank has won a court battle in Denmark over its bid to bar employees from buying and selling cryptocurrencies outside of work.
The company claims that plaintiffs cannot prove Tether transactions caused bitcoin’s surge or that damages were incurred.
The brother of OneCoin’s infamous “Cryptoqueen,” Konstantin Ignatov has reached a plea deal with U.S. authorities.
Kik has hit a brick wall with its ambitious “void for vagueness” defense in a case brought by the SEC over its $100 million initial coin offering.
Messaging app firm Telegram has made a new plea to a U.S. court to drop an action brought by the SEC alleging its token is a security.
The CFTC has granted Tassat a swap execution facility registration, bringing it one step closer to offering US customers bitcoin derivatives products.
Wilshire Phoenix believes balancing funds between BTC and T-bills may convince the SEC that its bitcoin ETF proposal is better than the rest.
Can an altcoin outgrow its founders? A new agreement between Electric Coin Company and the Zcash Foundation could be a good first step.