The bitcoin futures market is far larger, relative to the spot market, than previously thought, says Bitwise Asset Management.
A group of Mt. Gox creditors has warned of a market risk to forks of bitcoin in a draft plan for the collapsed exchange’s civil rehabilitation.
Blockchain lawyer Andrew Hinkes has joined has joined legal services firm Carlton Fields, where he will focus on litigating cases for token sellers.
Jared Rice, former AriseBank CEO, pleaded guilty to securities fraud and could face as much as 20 years in prison.
Alleged bitcoin launderer Alexander Vinnik, who is wanted by several countries, has filed in Greece for extradition to Russia.
The trustee of collapsed crypto exchange Mt. Gox has approved creditors’ claims amounting to billions of dollars, but there’s a catch.
Blockchain analytics firms say money laundering accusations against ShapeShift don’t match up.
A creditors’ committee has been formed for users of the failed QuadrigaCX exchange, and it includes a former Mt Gox customer.
The SEC’s crypto czar spoke at SXSW, advising blockchain entrepreneurs to engage with regulators early and often.
A Singapore court has ruled crypto exchange Quoine liable for reversing trades for a total of 3,092 bitcoin by market maker B2C2.
Controversy looms overhead as Israeli entrepreneur Moshe Hogeg promote’s Sirin Labs’ blockchain phone.
The late CEO of QuadrigaCX used his own cash to make exchange customers whole during a legal dispute with a bank, his widow said.
The SEC is visiting cities around the U.S. to meet with crypto startups about token offerings and solicit feedback on existing regulations.
SEC Commissioner Hester Peirce has pushed back on the Digital Chamber of Commerce’s “national action plan” for blockchain.
Konstantin Ignatov, one of the heads of the infamous OneCoin pyramid scheme, has been arrested on wire fraud charges.
Deloitte’s Randy Wilson looks at the challenges for blockchain consortia, and offers advice on how to overcome them.
As stablecoins see greater capital inflows and adoption, regulators will likely take a harder look at their compliance status.
A judge has ruled that a class action lawsuit against Ripple must remain in federal court, potentially giving the firm a slight advantage.
The former CEO of collapsed bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox has been refused a motion to stay a U.S. court case brought by former investors.
The U.S. Federal Reserve could soon include a bitcoin market crash as one of the risks to take into account when conducting stress tests.