Class-action litigators in the U.S. appear to be positioning for a potential pop in the hot initial coin offering market.
A high-profile ICO project is re-evaluating whether it will stick with the ethereum network or shift to a more scalable and lower-cost solution.
A second class action lawsuit has been filed against the founders of blockchain startup Tezos, alleging violation of U.S. securities law.
Japanese IT firm has unveiled a new payments technology designed to facilitate transactions between blockchains.
The U.K. Financial Conduct Authority warned against investing in cryptocurrency-based contracts in a post published Tuesday.
A senior official at Russia’s central bank said earlier today that he believes initial coin offerings could drive funding opportunities for startups.
The European Securities and Markets Authority has issued statements outlining the perceived risks of ICOs for investors and startups.
The SAFT framework, despite its limitations, is a reasonable path forward for token issuers given the ambiguity of current laws, writes Jerry Brito.
Ethereum devs have harsh words for many ICO launches, but outline the steps issuers can take to make their projects less sketchy.
Several high-profile ICO issuers have been affected by the Parity exploit, which has left more than $150 million in ether frozen.
Disappointed in the way ICOs are often handled, and needing wide distribution, Blockstack has dropped the pre-sale for its upcoming token launch.
MIT Media Lab director Joi Ito is joining the ranks of outspoken critics who believe the market for blockchain-based tokens is overheated.
Blockchain startup Dragonchain has raised approximately $13.7 million in an initial coin offering (ICO).
Bankers have no love lost for Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies these days. That’s been proven a few dozen times in recent years. However, family members of prominent bankers are entirely different creatures. Maksim Zaslavskiy, the brother of a Morgan Stanley banker, was arrested earlier this week. Apparently, Zaslavskiy had run an illegal cryptocurrency project and defrauded investors for […]
Celebrities who endorse initial coin offerings may be in violation of the law, the SEC said today.