Blockchain lawyer Andrew Hinkes has joined has joined legal services firm Carlton Fields, where he will focus on litigating cases for token sellers.
A creditors’ committee has been formed for users of the failed QuadrigaCX exchange, and it includes a former Mt Gox customer.
Lawmakers in the U.S. state of Colorado are eyeing a role for blockchain technology in the agricultural industry.
More than six months since ICE revealed its vision for Bakkt, the bitcoin futures market is still awaiting regulatory approval.
Riot Blockchain is planning to launch a regulated exchange in the U.S. to offer crypto banking and trading services.
Canadian financial regulatory authorities have called for public comment on rules for cryptocurrency exchanges in the country.
Republican leader Kevin McCarthy has called for an exploration to see if blockchain can make the U.S. government more efficient and transparent.
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.
Konstantin Ignatov, one of the heads of the infamous OneCoin pyramid scheme, has been arrested on wire fraud charges.
The Commerce Committee of the U.S. state of Connecticut has filed a new bill that would authorize the commercial use of blockchain smart contracts.
Lawmakers in Colorado want the state to study the potential of blockchain technology in water rights management.
The professional services giant has launched a product to help clients automate their cryptocurrency accounting and tax calculations.
A senator from the U.S. state of Utah has introduced a bill to exempt blockchain firms from being classed as money transmitters.
A judge has ruled that a class action lawsuit against Ripple must remain in federal court, potentially giving the firm a slight advantage.
Rhode Island lawmakers have introduced a bipartisan bill to exempt blockchain tokens with a “consumptive purpose” from securities laws.
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.
Bitfinex has announced that some of the bitcoin stolen in a major 2016 hack has been returned after it was retrieved by the U.S. government.
The FBI is reaching out to those who invested in the now-worthless BCC token offered by the defunct crypto exchange BitConnect.