The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has taken action over what it alleges is a $30 million crypto scam based on supposed diamond investment.
Exchanges will likely have to collect information about their clients’ crypto transactions under new global standards expected in June.
The number of subpoenas early crypto companies got from misinformed government agencies was “staggering,” says Bloq’s Steve Beauregard.
U.S. Representative Tom Emmer plans to reintroduce a bill that would benefit taxpayers holding cryptos resulting from blockchain hard forks.
The U.S. securities regulator has settled with blockchain author Alex Tapscott and his investment firm NextBlock Global over securities violations.
Facebook has hired two Coinbase vets to work in compliance roles, and at least one is involved in the social network’s blockchain effort.
Certain initial exchange offerings (IEOs) may be breaking U.S. securities laws, an SEC official said.
U.S.-based cryptocurrency investor Michael Terpin has been awarded over $75 million in a lawsuit related to a SIM-swapping fraud.
The U.S. Senate Banking Committee wants to know more about Facebook’s crypto project.
A prospectus for a new bitcoin and ether-based exchange-traded fund has just been filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
The U.S. House of Representatives is launching a task force to examine financial technology, including blockchain.
The cryptocurrency investment scheme OneCoin, widely claimed to be a fraud, is being sued by a former investor over her losses.
A judge has ordered Bitfinex to turn over documents to the New York Attorney General, but only once the scope of the request is narrowed.
Bitfinex customers may suffer if it can’t tap a credit line from Tether, the firms’ lawyers say in a new filing in the New York Attorney General case.
The FCC could one day use blockchain to monitor and manage wireless spectrums to support the growing requirements of the internet of things.
A U.S. court has ordered self-proclaimed bitcoin inventor Craig Wright to disclose bitcoin addresses from 2013 in an ongoing lawsuit.
Income tax payers in the U.S. now have the option to receive their federal and state refunds in bitcoin through Bitpay and Refundo.
Tether’s general counsel told the New York Supreme Court that it can only back about 74% of USDT in circulation as of Tuesday.
A case involving millions of dollars in bitcoin and Western Union payments resulted in New York State’s first conviction for crypto money laundering.
A 21-year-old student from the U.S. who stole over $7.5 million in cryptocurrency via SIM-swap hacks has been sentenced to 10 years in prison.