Craig Wright, the entrepreneur who controversially claims he is Satoshi Nakamoto, is moving to settle the $10 billion Kleiman court case.
The U.S. Treasury mentioned cryptocurrency thefts as one of the reasons for the action against the Lazarus Group, Bluenoroff and Andariel.
Bitwise has tapped Bank of New York Mellon to act as the administrator and transfer agent for its proposed bitcoin ETF.
Blockstack has raised a total of $23 million through two SEC-regulated token offerings, the company announced Tuesday.
Facebook’s Libra and other cryptocurrencies operating in the U.S. must meet regulatory requirements to tackle financial crimes, the official said.
TokenSoft is launching a new tool to help token issuers comply with securities requirements.
Nekti has upgraded its digital ID service to help crypto firms meet the FATF’s tough new standards for combating money laundering.
Lending startup Celsius went from a $50 million token sale to $1 billion in crypto deposits.
The entrepreneur has cited Hurricane Dorian as the reason he needs more time to challenge a recent court order.
BitPAC is conducting a “politicoin” ICO as part of its efforts to support candidates like North Carolina’s Dan Bishop.
A report from QuadrigaCX bankruptcy trustee Ernst & Young published Monday outlines which agencies are investigating the failed exchange.
A man from Los Angeles agrees to plead guilty to charge for running an unlicensed crypto exchange without an effective AML program.
Token issuance tech provider Securitize has registered as a transfer agent with the SEC, a move it says will boost blockchain adoption.
Michael Pompeo has said he believes that cryptocurrencies should be regulated in the same way as electronic financial transactions.
Veritaseum has officially responded to the SEC’s claims it sold illegal securities and called for its funds to be unfrozen to protect investors.
FINRA has approved iownit as a broker-dealer, clearing the firm to offer digital securities on a private Hyperledger blockchain.
A man has been sentenced in San Diego, California, for conspiring to sell opioids and other drugs over dark web markets for cryptocurrencies.
Congresswoman Maxine Waters and other U.S. lawmakers will discuss Facebook’s crypto project with the Swiss data privacy chief this week.
QuadrigaCX creditors are losing patience with their court-appointed law firm, demanding answers about the effort to recover their funds.
A healthcare-focused blockchain firm has settled with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission over its 2017-2018 SAFT offering.