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.
A U.S. court issued penalties against the team and firms behind ATM Coin for fraud and misappropriation of client funds in case brought by the CFTC.
Ripple’s argument that an XRP holder waited too long to file suit has no precedent, a new legal filing claims.
Ripple has strong defenses against a lawsuit alleging it violated securities laws by selling XRP, but the road ahead is long, legal experts said.
The SEC and CFTC have settled charges with XBT Corp. after alleging the company sold unregistered security-based swaps for bitcoin.
Crypto startup Knabu is launching a 30-day pilot today to put regulatory reporting on the blockchain.
Kik wants to depose top SEC officials, and expose that they were making it up as they went. But the SEC is having none of it.
The loss highlights an obvious question for security experts, who wondered why an experienced crypto executive would keep such high sums online.
The global organization is aiming to ease the burden of trying to reset land titles in Latin American countries.
Another crypto executive is suing AT&T over a SIM swapping hack that he claims cost him $1.7 million in digital assets.
The crypto exchange released a statement Friday denying that it had any part in the payment processor’s alleged money laundering.
Facebook’s CEO told lawmakers the company would pull out of the Libra Association if the consortium launched its cryptocurrency without regulatory approvals.